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KRVM Wednesday Overnight Mix

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Wed 12.00AM–5.30AM

The best of pop/rock 70s,80s,90s.

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Tue Aug 14th 2018 10.00pm–12.00am

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Time zone: pacific

11:57pm

Taj Mahal “Lovin' in My Baby's Eyes”
from Phantom Blues (Private Music 1996)

11:51pm

Railroad Earth “Been Down This Road Before”
from Amen Corner (Sci-Fi)

11:48pm

Trey Anastasio “Love Is Freedom”
from Shine (Columbia)

11:43pm

Bob Dylan “Knockin on Heaven's Door”
from MTV Unplugged (Columbia 1995)

11:35pm

Ani DiFranco “Smiling Underneath”
from Red Letter Year (Righteous Babe 1999)

11:32pm

Marcus Miller “The Blues”
from Tales (marcusmiller.com)

11:28pm

Macaco “Mulata Descolord”
from Latin Reggae (Putumayo)

11:24pm

The Subdudes “Social Aid and Pleasure Club”
from Behind the Levee (BMI 2006)

11:17pm

Tommy Castro Band “Definition Of nsaity”
from Hard Believer (Alligator)

11:13pm

Keith Greeninger & Dayan Kai “Friend of the devil”
from Make It Rain (Blue Coast)

11:04pm

Milton Nascimento “Don Quixote”
from Miltons (Columbia)

11:00pm

Little Feat “Spanish Moon”
from Feets Don't Fail Me Now (Warner Brothers)

10:56pm

Catie Curtis “The Trouble You Bring”
from Dreaming In Romance Languages (Vanguard 2004)

10:54pm

Tyler Fortier “Be What They Be”
from Fear of the Unknown (tylerfortier.com)

10:43pm

eil Young “Cowgirl in the Sand”
from Live At Massey Hall (Reprise)

10:35pm

Cassandra Wilson “When The Sun Goes Down”
from Traveling Miles (Blue Note)

10:30pm

Led Zeppelin “Battle Of Evermore”
from Early Days (Atlantic)

10:27pm

Tinariwen “Mano dayak”
from Aman Iman (World Village)

10:20pm

The Beatles “Across The Universe”
from Let It Be (BMI 1970)

10:16pm

Alejandro Escovedo “Never Stood A Chance”
from Big Station (Fantasy)

10:10pm

Patty Griffin “Change”
from Flaming Red (A & M)

10:07pm

Miles Davis “Flamenco Sketches”
from Kind Of Blue (Columbia 1959)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.