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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 May 29th 2016 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

10:57pm

George Benson and Jack Mcduff “Hot Barbecue”
from hot barbecue (prestige 1965)

10:54pm

Miles Davis “summertime”
from Porgy and Bess (Columbia 1958)

11:01pm

Van Morrison “wild night”
from Tupelo Honey (Warner Brothers 1971)

10:58pm

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

10:48pm

The Headhunters “God Make Me Funky”
from Survival of the Fittest (Arista/Legacy 1975)

10:33pm

Booker T. & The MG's “Hip Hug-Her<Slim Jenkins' Place<Green Onions<Soul Dressing<Jellybread<Groovin'”
from The Best OF (Jazzy Vibes 1968)

10:21pm

Al Green “I'm a Ram”
from Gets Next to You (Capitol 1970)

10:16pm

The Brothers Johnson “Strawberry Letter #23”
from Right On Time (A&M 1977)

10:12pm

Shuggie Otis “Sweet Thang”
from Freedom Flight (Epic 1971)

10:08pm

Johnny Guitar Watson “I Get a Feeling”
from Listen (Fantasy 1973)

9:52pm

Bob Marley and the Wailers “Jammin”
from Exodus (- 1977)

9:49pm

Marvin Gaye “Star-Spangled Banner (Live At The 1983 NBA All-Star Game)”
from Playlist: The Very Best of Marvin Gaye (Columbia 1983)

9:44pm

Parliament “Up for the Down Stroke” (Island Def Jam 1974)

9:41pm

James Brown “cold sweat”
from Single (king 1968)

9:34pm

Roy Ayers Ubiquity “Everybody Loves the Sunshine” (Polydor 1976)

9:23pm

Bill Withers “Kissing My Love”
from Still Bill (Columbia/Legacy 1972)

9:19pm

The Band “Up on Cripple Creek”
from The Band (Capitol Catalog 1969)

9:15pm

Ray Charles “(Night Time Is) The Right Time”
from Single (Impulse 1961)

8:56pm

Toots & the Maytals “Louie Louie”
from Funky Kingston (Mango 1972)

8:53pm

The Meters “Cissy Strut”
from The Meters (Rhino 1969)

8:37pm

Maceo Parker “Shake Everything You've Got (Live)”
from Life On Planet Groove (Live) (MINOR MUSIC 1992)

8:26pm

Prince “prettyman”
from rave 2 the joy fantastic (NPG 1999)

8:22pm

Billy Preston “Will It Go Round in Circles”
from Music Is My Life (A&M 1973)

8:17pm

Bonerama “Moby dick”
from LIVE At the Old Point (Bonerama 2007)

8:09pm

Booker T & The M.G. s “Green onions”
from Green Onions (Bonus Tracks) (Soul Story 1962)

8:05pm

Santana “oye como va”
from Abraxas CD Album (Columbia 1970)

8:02pm

Sly & The Family Stone “Hot Fun in the Summertime”
from Greatest Hits (Epic Records 1970)

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.