Early Morning Music with Joel Sachs

The KPFA Evening News, Weekdays – March 31, 2004

Playlist

The bodies of 4 U.S. security contractors in Iraq are burned, mutilated, and dragged through the streets of Fallujah after a fatal ambush

The Opec oil cartel says it will cut its crude oil production target by four percent – a move that could cause a price hike.. President Bush expresses disappointment

Governor Schwarzenegger hints that he may back a tax hike to help balance the State budget after all

The Teamsters Union asks the California Attorney General to investigate whether Costco is violating the State labor code by asking its workers to collect signatures for Governor Schwarzenegger’s proposed workers compensation ballot initiative

The California Rice Commission narrowly approves the application of a Sacramento biotech company to cultivate the country’s first pharmaceutical crop

Political satirist Al Franken today kicked off what he hopes will be the liberal answer to the dominance of right-wing talk radio

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
CLIFF JACKSON
TIN ROOF BLUES
CAROLINA SHOUT
BLACK LION
RED RICHARDS
IF YOU WERE MINE
DREAMY
SACKVILLE
RED RICHARDS
GOD BLESS THE CHILD
LULLABYE IN RHYTHM
SACKVILLE
JAMES P. jOHNSON
A PORTER'S LOVE SONG TO A CHAMBERMAID
SNOWY MORNING BLUES
GRP
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM
SQUEEZE ME
A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND
RCA BLUEBIRD
LUCKEY ROBERTS
INNER SPACE
LUCKEY & THE LION
GOOD TIME JAZZ
FATS WALLER AND HIS RHYTHM
I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE
AGOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND
RCA BLUEBIRD
FATS WALLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
JITTERBUG WALTZ
THE LAST YEARS
RCA BLUEBIRD
WILLIE "THE LION" SMITH
MOONLIGHT COCKTAIL
PORK AND BEANS
BLACK LION
WILLIE "THE LION" SMITH
MUSIC ON MY MIND
THE VEY BEST OF
MASTER CLASSICS
JOE TURNER
SWEET AND LOVELY
SOLO PARIS '52
VIPERS' DREAM
JOE TURNER
I WANNA BE AROUND
EFFERVESCENT
CLASSIC JAZZ
JAMES P. JOHNSON
CAROLINA SHOUT
SNOWY MORNING BLUES
GRP

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