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United States United States. DJ since May 12, 2009
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DABNYC The late Mary Travers w/ P Yarrow & P Stookey singing the late J Denver's "Leaving on a Jet Plane." RIP, Mary.
DABNYC Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 cover "Os Beasouros" for the (very late) end-of-Wednesday soundtrack choice. (reblip)
DABNYC A favorite, tho why we thought in high school we could pull it off I'll never know: Count Basie-The Heat's On.
DABNYC What we call "on message" for an end-of-Monday soundtrack choice: "Food Chain," by Eric Hutchinson.
DABNYC Who better to close out a rainy (in NYC, at least) 9/11 anniversary than Paul Tillotson in a reflective mood?
DABNYC Tosca (Dorfmeister/Huber, not Puccini; sorry, Bryan) ease us into Friday w/ the end-of-Thursday chill choice. (reblip)

ToscaDave Dudley

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DABNYC Good, laid-back, upbeat tune by Jackie Greene for the end-of-day soundtrack choice. Plus a nice brass section.
DABNYC For back-to-school, here's Sam Cooke and the end-of-day song. (What, you thought I'd pick "Hot for Teacher"?)
DABNYC The end-of-Thursday chill-track choice I think of as "soundtrack for a movie's travel-by-train scene." (reblip)
DABNYC Here's James Morrison's "Save Yourself" for the end-of-Wednesday soundtrack choice.
DABNYC Dinah Washington died at early age of 39 in 1963. The end-of-Tuesday soundtrack choice hints at what we lost.
DABNYC Bebel Gilberto, Brazilian musical royalty, sings August out with Monday's end-of-the-month soundtrack choice.
DABNYC "Desperado, you know you ain't getting younger." Here's the end-of-Friday soundtrack choice. Have a good one. (reblip)
DABNYC Drums at 3:13 remind me of Miami Vice theme. But if it's a chill choice, this must be the end of Thursday:
DABNYC A great voice lost too soon: Nancy Lamott sings Bing, Accentuate the Positive, in end-of-Wednesday song style.
DABNYC John Denver summed it up on the end-of-Tuesday song: Some days are diamonds, some days are stones. Key change!
DABNYC Mary Chapin Carpenter's great take on Lucinda Williams's "Passionate Kisses" for the end-of-Monday choice.

Passionate Kisses ~ Mary Chapin Carpenter

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DABNYC Friday's end-of-day soundtrack choice has the Cowboy Junkies channeling Lou Reed. Happy birthday, Jane!
DABNYC Dixieland by way of the Thames. Reblip of: @junkstar: "Young siblings from London... pretty cool." (reblip)
DABNYC Better late than never. Call it a day with the end-of-Thursday chilltrack "Les Nuits," by Nightmares on Wax.

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