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Point of Departure (Music)

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In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Krautrock pioneers CAN infused multiple musical genres to form an entirely new sound. By taking elements of rock, jazz, funk, and improvisation, CAN created music that redefined what music can be. If you love music’s power to cross-pollinate, join me, Jedidiah, each week on Point of Departure as we traverse genres – from jazz to electronic, ambient to experimental, rock to hip-hop and beyond – to explore what’s possible with sound and rhythm. If you dig it, I’ll be here every Monday at 8pm, beginning October 10, 2016.

With Jedidiah

Mon Feb 19th 2018 8.00pm–10.00pm

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

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9:37pm

Phish “Lengthwise”
from Rift (Elektra)

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9:35pm

Phish “My Sweet One”
from Lawn Boy (Rhino/Elektra 1990)

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9:30pm

David Gilmour “Short and Sweet”
from David Gilmour (David Gilmour Music Ltd 1978)

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9:24pm

Pink Floyd “Let There Be More Light”
from A Saucerful of Secrets (Tower)

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9:17pm

Uri Caine “Samba do Mar”
from rio (Winter & Winter)

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9:14pm

Pirulito “Batucada No.1”
from Brasil (Soul Jazz Records)

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9:08pm

Arab Strap “here we go”
from Philophobia (Chemikal Underground 2010)

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9:03pm

Belle and Sebastian “The Boy With the Arab Strap” (Matador)

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9:01pm

Neutral Milk Hotel “The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1”
from In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (Merge Records 1998)

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8:56pm

Miles Davis “Duran - take 4”
from The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions Single (Columbia 2003)

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8:51pm

Sly & The Family Stone “I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real)”
from Dance to the Music (Epic)

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8:46pm

The Chambers Brothers “In the Midnight Hour”
from The Time Has Come (Columbia 1967)

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8:40pm

J.B. Lenoir “Eisenhower Blues”
from Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: J.B. Lenoir (2003)

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8:37pm

They Might Be Giants “James K. Polk”
from Factory Showroom (Elektra Records)

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8:33pm

Kronos Quartet & Laurie Anderson “The Water Rises”
from Landfall (Nonesuch)

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8:30pm

Ryuichi Sakamoto “ZURE (Cornelius Remix)”
from Async Remodels (Kab America 2018)

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8:24pm

Massive Attack “teardrop”
from Mezzanine (Circa 1998)

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8:16pm

Cat Power “American Flag”
from Moon Pix (Matador)

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8:11pm

Ought “Into the Sea”
from Room Inside the World (Merge Records)

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8:04pm

Car Seat Headrest “Bodys”
from Twin Fantasy (Matador)

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8:01pm

Spoon “Vittorio E.”
from Kill the Moonlight (Headz)


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