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The Burnt Toast Show (Other)

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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 9pm 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 Aug 19th 2018 8.00pm–11.00pm

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

10:53pm

Aretha Franklin “Wholly Holy”
from Amazing Grace Single (Atlantic 1972)

10:46pm

Aretha Franklin “love the one you're with”
from Live at Fillmore West (Atlantic 1971)

10:41pm

Rufus & Chaka Khan “everlasting love”
from Ask Rufus (MCA 1977)

10:37pm

Johnny "Guitar" Watson “YOu've got a Hard Head”
from Listen (Fantasy 1973)

10:33pm

Al Green “I Can't Get Next to You”
from Gets Next to You (Capitol 1970)

10:29pm

Bill Withers “Use me”
from Still Bill (Columbia/Legacy 1972)

10:15pm

War “The World is a Ghetto”
from The World Is Ghetto (Far Out Records 1972)

10:08pm

Aretha Franklin “Chain of fools”
from Chain Of Fools (Rhino 1993)

10:05pm

LaBelle “Lady marmalade”
from Nightbirds (Sony Music Media 1974)

10:01pm

Dyke & The Blazers “Let a Woman Be a Woman - Let a Man Be a Man”
from Dyke's Greatest Hits - The Complete Singles (Concord Records)

9:59pm

James Brown “I Got the Feeling”
from Single (king 1968)

9:35pm

Aretha Franklin (w/ Ray Charles) “Spirit in the Dark”
from Live at Fillmore West (Atlantic 1971)

9:31pm

Otis Redding “I've Been Loving You (Too Long)”
from Live At Montery (Reprise Records 1967)

9:29pm

Wilson Pickett “Ninety-Nine and One-Half (Won't Do)”
from Single (Atlantic 1969)

9:25pm

The Meters “Ride Your Pony”
from Struttin' (Rhino 1972)

9:23pm

Shuggie Otis “Bootie Cooler”
from Here Comes Shuggie Otis (Epic 1970)

9:20pm

The Staple Singers “for What It's Worth”
from Freedom Highway (Columbia 1965)

9:17pm

Tower Of Power “So Very Hard to Go”
from Tower of Power (WB 1973)

9:14pm

Aretha Franklin “Baby, I love you”
from Aretha's Gold (Atlantic Recording 1969)

9:10pm

The Temptations “Cloud Nine (Stereo)”
from Cloud Nine (Motown 1969)

9:00pm

Average White Band “The Jugglers”
from Show Your Hand (Vex 1973)

8:51pm

Aretha Franklin “rock steady”
from Single (Atlantic 1971)

8:46pm

The Isley Brothers “Footsteps in the Dark”
from Go for Your Guns (Live) (T-Neck 1977)

8:38pm

Stevie Wonder “Superwoman (Where Were You When I Needed You)”
from Music Of My Mind (Motown 1972)

8:35pm

Marvin Gaye and James Jamerson “what's going on (isolated bass and vocals)”
from what's going on (Motown 1971)

8:31pm

Bobby Womack “Woman's Gotta Have It”
from Single (sire 1972)

8:21pm

Aretha Franklin “good to me as i am to you”
from Lady Soul (Atlantic 1967)

8:11pm

Gladys Knight & The Pips “I heard it through the grapevine”
from Single (Motown 1967)

8:08pm

Ray Charles “(Night Time Is) The Right Time”
from ray charles in person (Atlantic 1960)

8:02pm

Aretha Franklin “A Natural Woman”
from Lady Soul (Atlantic 1967)

8:00pm

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

8:00pm

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


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