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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 Oct 14th 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

10:59pm

Nate Smith “get down get down”
from pocket change (Ropeadope 2018)

10:54pm

Khruangbin “August 10”
from Con Todo El Mundo (Late Night Tales)

10:49pm

Little Feat “Spanish Moon (Live)”
from Waiting for Columbus (Live) (WB 1978)

10:30pm

Buddy Miles “down By the River”
from Buddy Miles - Live (Mercury 1971)

10:24pm

D'Angelo “Spanish Joint”
from Voodoo (NOO TRYBE 2000)

10:13pm

Herbie Hancock “butterfly”
from Thrust (Columbia 1974)

10:06pm

Stevie Wonder “As”
from Songs In The Key Of Life (Motown 1976)

9:53pm

Kamasi Washington “Askim”
from The Epic (Brainfeeder 2015)

9:48pm

Santana “Incident at Neshabur”
from Abraxas CD Album (Columbia 1970)

9:30pm

Return to Forever “The Romantic Warrior”
from Romantic Warrior (Columbia 1976)

9:25pm

Todd Rundgren “The Last Ride (Live)”
from Back to the Bars (Live) (Bearsville 1978)

9:22pm

Joni Mitchell “help me”
from court and spark (Asylum 1974)

9:15pm

Van Morrison “Astral Weeks” CD Album (WB 1968)

9:02pm

CPR “deja vu”
from Live at the Wiltern (Samson 1999)

8:54pm

Steely Dan “aja”
from Aja (MCA 1977)

8:36pm

John Coltrane “Equinox”
from The Atlantic Sessionography (Atlantic 1964)

8:24pm

Traffic “Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys”
from The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys (Island 1971)

8:22pm

Little Willie John “My Love Is”
from Sure Things (king 1961)

8:17pm

Roberta Flack “compared to What”
from First Take (Atlantic 1969)

8:14pm

Jack Kerouac “San Francisco Scene”
from Readings by Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation (Ryko 1991)

8:02pm

Miles Davis “all blues”
from Kind of Blue CD Album (Columbia/Legacy 1959)

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.