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Sent Here By History

Album Cover Art Courtesy Planetary Group

Wednesday, November 11

Listen for selections from Monument, the latest release by reclusive English singer-songwriter Keaton Henson as well as new music from Old News.

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'Waiting Out The Storm' from Jeremy Ivey

Thursday, November 12

Waiting Out The Storm is the latest release from singer-songwriter Jeremy Ivey, we’ll hear music from that effort as well as selections from Lilly Hiatt’s Walking Proof.

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Jeremiah Sand's 'Lift it Down'

Friday, November 13

In the 1970s, cult leader Jeremiah Sand, leader of the The Children of the New Dawn, entered a recording studio to make a psychedelic masterpiece. The sessions quickly devolved into a drug-fueled mess but Sands and his followers ultimately completed the work, which remained undiscovered until 2019. The Sacred Bones label has just issued the release as Lift It Down. We’ll hear music from that effort as well as selections from King Crimson’s classic LP Red.

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'Promise' from SUSS

Saturday, November 14

Listen for selections from Promise, the upcoming release from SUSS and Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here.

Monday, November 16

We’ll hear music from The Oracle, the 2019 release from experimental musician Angel Bat Dawid. The collection is a free-flowing multi-genre release that examines life in present-day Black America. We’ll also hear music from We Are Sent Here By History from Shabaka and The Ancestors.

Tuesday, November 17

Released in 1983, The Final Cut or, The Final Cut: A Requiem For The Post War Dream by Roger Waters, was the final Pink Floyd album to feature contributions from Floyd co-founder Roger Waters. The LP is comprised of material left over from the band’s monumental 1979 concept LP The Wall and material recorded throughout 1982. We’ll hear selections from it as well as Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour’s 1984 solo effort, About Face.

Jedd Beaudoin is host/producer of the nationally syndicated program Strange Currency. He has also served as an arts reporter, a producer of A Musical Life and a founding member of the KMUW Movie Club. As a music journalist, his work has appeared in Pop Matters, Vox, No Depression and Keyboard Magazine.