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A Boy From Michigan, A Boy From Baltimore, Assorted Love Songs

Monday, July 12

Time No Changes is the new release from guitarist Chris Schlarb and percussionist Chad Taylor. Featuring Taylor on drums and mbira and Schlarb on acoustic guitar and keyboards, the album recalls the work of Sandy Bull and Billy Higgins while offering something that is unique to this new recording. Listen for music from that as well as selections from Arooj Aftab’s Vulture Prince.

Tuesday, July 13

In 1988, Frank Zappa set out on what would be his final tour. Having assembled a large band that included a horn section, Zappa briefly toured the United States early in the year, delivering a series of new, politically-themed compositions, a variety of past favorites and covers of songs from pantheon of classic rock. The band’s final U.S. show is now available in its entirety as Zappa ’88: The Last U.S. Show. We’ll hear material from that release as well as selections from Boy From Michigan by John Grant.

Wednesday, July 14

We'll hear music from M83, Daft Punk, Magma, Gong, and Jean Luc Ponty, among others as we mark Bastille Day.

Thursday, July 15

New Music and Big Pop is the recent release from Philadelphia’s Another Michael. We’ll hear music from it as well as selections from Adrian Crowley’s The Watchful Eye of the Stars.

Friday, July 16

Delta Kream is the latest from The Black Keys, we’ll hear music from that as well as selections from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Tony Joe White and Fantastic Negrito.

Saturday, July 17

Listen for selections from Layla Revisited, the new live recording from Tedeschi Trucks Band featuring Trey Anastasio of Phish, plus music from Gary Bartz, Muriel Grossmann, and Larry Coryell.

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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.