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Instrumental Invasion, 9/29/21 September 30, 2021

Posted by Mike C. in Airchecks, Audio, Internet, Jazz, Media, Music, News, Personal, Radio, Rock.
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The September 29 Instrumental Invasion on WCWP was recorded over three days. The first hour was recorded on August 12, two second hour segments on the 13th, and the last segment on the 14th. It marked the end of an 11-day stretch where I worked on three shows. A pickup was recorded a week before air to acknowledge the passing of percussionist Doc Gibbs, heard at the top of the show on “Marco Polo” by Bob James.

The playlist was created and annotated on August 11 with the script drafted before recording on the 12th and 13th.

Midway through recording, I received a liner from fellow WCWP alum Alan Seltzer, who hosts The Grooveyard on Saturday nights. The liner debuted on this show after, fittingly, “Groove On” by Euge Groove.

“Deep Into It” by Paul Brown was originally heard last October 7. It was Paul’s latest single at the time of recording, as was “Right Around the Corner” by Nick Colionne, which was new to the show.

There is a music video for “Last Train” by Bill Heller, shot in part at Bill’s house and the Huntington LIRR station. Watch:

As for the show, click here to download the aircheck MP3 or listen below:

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