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No corporate programming here, folks...our show is broadcast on Public Radio by an all-volunteer crew. The Burnt Toast Show, established in 1978 and carrying the Burnt Toast name since 1998, is modeled after free-form radio shows of the '60s and '70s, and reaches people well beyond the range of our 34,000-watt HD Radio transmitter. Our ever-growing audience includes listeners throughout North America, as well as overseas, who listen online via streaming audio. The show is an eclectic mix of talented musicians performing great music that you rarely hear on commercial radio stations. Wherever you may be, tune in each and every Sunday from 8pm to midnight (Eastern time) via live streaming audio at www.nipr.fm. Locally, tune to WBOI 89.1 FM. Sit back, relax and let your mind unwind.

Sun Feb 20th 2011 8.00pm–12.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

8:01pm

Green Light “Bell of Mindfulness”
from Patient Like the Moon (Starving Artist 2006) —Weekly show intro

8:01pm

Cut Chemist “Motivational Speaker (Burnt Toast Remix)”
from The Audience's Listening (WB 2006) —Weekly show intro

8:03pm

Brother Jack McDuff “Hot Barbeque” (Victor 1965)

8:06pm

Greyhounds “Tight It Up”
from No Mas! (Luther 2008)

8:10pm

The Codetalkers “Lima”
from Deluxe Edition (Pesky Pole 2004)

8:16pm

Dr. Lonnie Smith “Come Together”
from Rise Up! (Palmetto 2008)

8:21pm

Soulive “Vapor”
from Break Out (Concord Records 2005)

8:26pm

Tower Of Power “Squib Cakes”
from Back to Oakland (warner bros. 1974)

8:33pm

James Brown “Super Bad (Parts 1 & 2)”
from 20 All-Time Greatest Hits! (Polydor 1970)

8:46pm

Greyhounds “I Like”
from Liberty (Luther 2004)

8:51pm

JJ Grey & Mofro “Hide and Seek”
from Georgia Warhorse (Alligator 2010)

9:09pm

Joe Cocker “Cry Me a River > Bird on the Wire”
from Mad Dogs & Englishmen (A&M 1970)

9:19pm

Delaney & Bonnie “Comin' Home”
from On Tour With Eric Clapton (Atco 1970)

9:26pm

Derek and The Dominoes “Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad”
from Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs (Atco 1970)

9:31pm

The Derek Trucks Band “Anyday (Live)”
from Roadsongs (Masterworks 2010)

9:40pm

Leon Russell “Lady Blue”
from Will o' the Wisp (Special Markets USA 1975)

9:47pm

B.B. King and Eric Clapton “When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer”
from Riding With the King (Reprise 2000)

9:54pm

The Allman Brothers Band “Stand Back”
from Eat a Peach (Capricorn 1972)

9:57pm

Gregg Allman “Just Another Rider”
from Low Country Blues (Rounder 2011)

10:11pm

King Curtis “Memphis Soul Stew”
from Live At Fillmore West (Atlantic 1971)

10:18pm

Grant Green “Introduction By Hank Stewart > Jan Jan”
from Live At the Lighthouse (BLUE NOTE 1972)

10:33pm

Lettuce “Squadlive”
from Live In Tokyo (KUFALA Recordings 2001)

10:40pm

Bonerama “Ocean”
from Bringing It Home (Bonerama 2007)

10:45pm

War “Cisco Kid”
from War Live (United Artists Records 1972)

10:51pm

The Motet “Hercules (Secret Track)”
from The Motet (Live) (Harmonized Records 2002)

11:02pm

Charlie Hunter “Nothin' But Trouble”
from Charlie Hunter (BLUE NOTE 2000)

11:09pm

John Scofield “Let The Cat Out”
from Groove Elation (BLUE NOTE 1995)

11:14pm

Cyril Neville “Shake Your Gumbo”
from Brand New Blues (Dixiefrog 2009)

11:18pm

Big John Patton “Spiffy Diffy”
from Along Came John (BLUE NOTE 1995)

11:24pm

Bobby "Blue" Bland “Farther Up The Road”
from [single] (Duke 1957)

11:27pm

John Scofield “Night Time is the Right Time”
from That's What I Say--John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles (Verve 2005)

11:32pm

Boz Skaggs “Runnin' Blue”
from My Time: Anthology (1969-97) (Sony 1997)

11:36pm

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Up From The Skies”
from Axis: Bold As Love (Reprise 1967)

11:39pm

Booker T & the MGs “Green Onions” (Atlantic 1962)

11:42pm

The Derek Trucks Band “Key to the Highway (Live)”
from Songlines (Live) [Selections From The DVD] (Sony 2006)

11:48pm

Little Feat “Oh Atlanta”
from Waiting for Columbus (warner bros. 1978)

11:52pm

The Allman Brothers Band “Statesboro Blues”
from Live At the Fillmore East (Island Def Jam 1971)

11:56pm

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Still Raining, Still Dreaming”
from Electric Ladyland (Legacy Recordings 1968)


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