Here again are the latest top 25 new and most popular requests for this month.
These are compiled from lists of requests, purchases, and DJs programming. KKUP FM top blues based on air play, recent
Blues Dept adds,and listener inquiry and request. Strict adherence is paid to the RIAA curve
- this report and stats have been accumulated and developed
Here are some other selections you can enjoy...
- Is This Love?, from the CD called Super Ball
by The Iguanas, produced by Keith Keller and the Iguanas, 1996, Margaritaville Records.
The Iguanas are a New
Orleans based Roots Rock Band. They combine Chicano Rock and some great sounds. Check it out!
- Warmdaddy in the Garden of Swing ~ Wessell Anderson Average Customer
Review:: Release Date: October 4, 1994. ”Wess Anderson's playing contains the essence of soul, that's why
we call him “WarmDaddy.” This comment, spoken by Anderson's part-time employer and musical foil Wynton Marsalis
(when Wessell was in college he joined Wynton Marsalis' band). Check it out!
- Ocean of Tears, and Silvertone Boogie,
from the CD called Magic Touch by Ron Thompson & the Resistors, 1998, Poore Boy Records.
rhythm & blues style. If you liked John Lee Hooker and BB King, you will really enjoy Ron Thompson's interpretations.
You can also see Ron performing at various venues in the San Francisco Bay area. Check it out!
- Tiempo di Tango, from the CD called Incitation to
Desire, with Yvar Mikhashoff. Classic tango music from 1945 to 1993, released in
1995 by New Albion Records. Since I am a tango buff, I have to share some of my favorite dancing pieces.
Yvar Mikhashoff (1945-1992) was internationally known as an interpreter of 20th century piano music. Check
- Mi Buenos Aires querido, from the CD called Tangos,
with Carlos Gardel, and Michel Plasson and the Orchestre du Capitole De Toulouse. More
tangos - as you can guess, this CD was recorded in France. Recorded in 1992 by EMI, it has some of the
great classic tangos of all time. Check it out! See more about Gardel at:
- Brother Can You Spare a Dime, from the cassette tape called Star
Dust by Don Neely and his Royal Society Jazz Orchestra, 2005, Merry Makers Record Company. If you enjoy
dancing or listening to the music of the 1920s and 1930s, you will enjoy this cassette. It includes Rockin' in Rhythm,
1930 (Duke Ellington), Nashville Nightingale, 1923 (George Gershwin & Irving Caeser), Anything
Goes, 1934 (Cole Porter), Puttin' on the Ritz, 1930 (Irving Berlin), and even Song of India,
introduced in 1926 (Rimsky-Korsakov) arranged as a "salon" piece. You will enjoy this and all of Don Neely and the Royal
Society Jazz Orchestra's recordings. Check it out!
I'm a mystery buff. Here is a list of some excellent mysteries
I know you will enjoy. -Cj
- The Alphabet series by Sue Grafton (she is up to S is for Silent
in the Kinsey Millhone series). Check it out!
- The series by Alexander McCall Smith - The No.1 ladies’ Detective Agency - You'll want to try
Mma Precious Remotswe's (a "traditionally-built woman) delicious bush tea. Check it out!