Point of Departure (Music)
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.
Mon Jul 16th 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
Phish “Harry Hood (Live)”
from LivePhish, Vol. 2 7/16/94 (Sugarbush Summerstage, North Fayston, VT) (JEMP Records)
The Bobby Deemo Band “Bugs-B-Skate Rap”
from Boombox 3: Early Independent Hip Hop: Electro and Disco Rap 1979-83 (Soul Jazz Records)
The Grateful Dead “Beat It On Down the Line (Live at Winterland, San Fransisco, CA. 10/22/67)”
from Anthem of the Sun (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) (Grateful Dead Productions)
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