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Night Train Memories: Sounds of the Cities


Sat 4.00PM–6.00PM

Night Train Memories: Sounds of the Cities Trains in the night…Where are they going? Trains and music are joined together every time the Night Train pulls into another city for a few hours. The music is the sounds of the cities: urban vocal groups, from the 50s through early 60s, with occasional new material as well, with your engineer, Squire. Some refer to it as Doo-Wop music, but it’s more than that. No matter if you’re not familiar with the songs, Squire explains everything. Every week a new train ride and new records to hear: Classics, favorites, obscurities, and some mega-rarities.


Who Can I Run 2 (Music)

Who Can I Run To is an Informational/Solution Talk/Music Show. A platform of a variety of issues for people to relate to. You are not alone, You have a Voice and You will be Heard!

Sat Dec 15th 2018 3.00pm–4.00pm

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


Nat King Cole “the Christmas Song”
from The Christmas Song (unknown 2009)


STEVIE WONDER “Someday at Christmas”
from The Ultimate Motown Christmas Collection (Motown 1993)


Vanessa Williams “baby it's cold outside”
from 10 Tops: 1992 (Columbia 1992)


Kenny G “have yourself a merry christmas”
from unk (unknown)


Temptations “silent night”
from Temptation - ep (unknown)


Emotions “what do the lonely do at christmas”
from unk (UNK)


Mariah Carey “All I Want for Chritmas Is You”
from MERRY CHRISTMAS (Columbia 2013)


Donny Hathaway “This Christmas”
from donny hathaway collection (Atlantic 1970)


Michael Jackson “you are not alone”
from YOU ARE NOT ALONE Single (Epic 1995)


Xscape “Who Can I Run To”
from Off The Hook (Columbia 1995)


Xscape “Who Can I Run To”
from Off The Hook (Columbia 1995)

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