Carrying Fire, Biding Time And Hitchin’ A Ride

Oct 11, 2017

Robert Plant's 'Carry Fire'
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Thursday, October 12

Carry Fire is the latest album from Robert Plant. The record finds the former Led Zeppelin vocalist in typically adventurous form. We’ll hear selections from this release as well as the new single by Wichita’s The Its, featuring Kendall Newby of Moreland & Arbuckle as well as his a few of his former bandmates from the band Black Gasoline.

Friday, October 13

We’ll mark Friday The 13th with selections from The Cure, Jeff Beck Group and others.

Neil Young's 'Hitchhiker'
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Saturday, October 14

One Go Around is the latest release by Portland, Oregon-based singer-songwriter Jeffrey Martin. We’ll hear music him plus selections from Neil Young’s 2017 archival release, Hitchhiker.

Monday, October 16

Sky Trails is the new jazz-inflected release from music legend David Crosby. The recording may surprise fans of his work as a member of Crosby, Stills & Nash with its contemporary sensibilities but it’s consistent with the sense of adventure Crosby has held onto in his 50-plus years as a recording artist. Listen for music from this release plus songs from the vocalist’s time as a member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

Chris Hillman's 'Bidin' My Time'
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Tuesday, October 17

Chris Hillman’s work with The Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers and Manassas is well-known. Now in his 70s, the veteran musician has returned with the Tom Petty-produced Bidin’ My Time. We’ll hear selections from Hillman’s latest plus from Petty’s mid-90s effort Wildflowers.

Wednesday, October 18

Released in 1988, Now and Zen was Robert Plant’s fourth solo release and most commercially successful record since leaving Led Zeppelin. The album featured hits such as “Ship of Fools” as well as “Tall Cool One” and “Heaven Knows” (both of which featured his Led Zeppelin cohort, Jimmy Page). Listen for music from that album as well as music from Page’s Outrider, issued the same year.

Procol Harum’s 'Shine on Brightly'
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Thursday, October 19

We’ll hear music from Procol Harum’s 1968 effort Shine on Brightly plus Steve Windwood’s 1980 effort, Arc of A Diver.