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Oblivion Express

Music

Thu 6.00AM–9.00AM

The Oblivion Express is old school, free form eclectic radio programming. The Oblivion Express incorporates music from the 1940’s to today and features just about every genre, rock, jazz, blues, reggae, world, folk. I’ll occasionally throw in some classical pieces. The Oblivion Express also features theme based programming. Such as “Home for the Holidays”, The Challah Fame featuring all music by Jewish musicians, All in the family featuring music by siblings or family members or the Vinyl Vault featuring all vinyl recordings. The Oblivion Express also welcomes local community groups to talk about upcoming events and projects on the air.

MOST RECENT PLAYLIST

WXOJ 4am - 5am

Thu Jul 19th 2018 4.00am–5.00am

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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4:58am

John Coster “Track 6”
from The World Has Changed

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4:54am

American Beauties “Grace Under Fire”
from Too Worn to Mend

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4:49am

Tom Chapin “The Honeybee Waggle”
composed by John Forster; Michael Mark; Tom Chapin
from Give Peas a Chance (Audio & Video Labs, Inc.)

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4:36am

Calder Quartet; Kat Edmonson “Rainy Day Woman”
composed by Kat Edmonson; Kevin Lovejoy
from The Big Picture (Masterworks)

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4:33am

Jem Warren “It's About Time”
from Heart Knows How

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4:28am

Morgan Heritage “Ends Nah Meet”
from Here Come the Kings

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4:23am

Mack Starks “Blind Spot” (Nitrolian)

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4:19am

Kate Marks “Return Again”
composed by Rafael-Simka Kahn; Shlomo Carlebach
from Circle of Song (Full Circle Press)

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4:17am

Pacifica “Pacifica History”

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4:13am

Lui Collins “I'll Know the Time”
from Made in New England (Green Linnet)

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4:09am

Sarah Stockwell “Raven In The Storm”
composed by Geoff Bartley/John Gorka
from Dark Of Moon (Sarah Stockwell)

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4:04am

Mikey Sweet “Mill River”
from The North King (2014)

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4:01am

The Kooks “Is It Me”
composed by Luke Pritchard
from Junk of the Heart (Astralwerks)


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