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1. “Read My Mind,” by The Killers 2. “Look After You,” by The Fray3. “New Shoes,” by Paolo Nutini 4. “Phantom Limb,” by The Shins5. “You’re All I Have,” by Snow Patrol6. “Ain’t Nothing Wrong With That,” by Robert Randolph & The Family Band7. “Starlight,” by Muse 8. “Beautiful,” by G. Love & Special Sauce9. “Life,” by Keller Williams 10. “Put Your Records On,” by Corinne Bailey Rae11. “Shine On,” by Jet12. “Shout Out Loud,” by Amos Lee13. “I Will Follow You Into the Dark,” by Death Cab for Cutie14. “She Is,” by The Fray 15. “Tamacun,” by Rodrigo y Gabriela16. “Thinking About You,” by Norah Jones17. “Thrill Of It,” by Robert Randolph & The Family Band 18. “Belief,” by John Mayer19. “Someday Baby,” by Bob Dylan20. “The Picture,” by Son VOlt

(This is a sampling of Radio Free Minturn’s “Something Else” airing every Sunday from 4-6 p.m. with DJ host The Nedder, who describes his show as, “A most lovingly unpredictable yet highly informative two hours of filthy funk, free jazz, post-punk improv, pre-rock, old school hip-hop, the latest tuntablisms, Mexico City freak-out jams, Tuvan throat singing, chick-scratch fiddlin’ – more or less every stripe of music from across the global sonic stratosphere imaginable.”)1. “Whoopsy Daisy,” by The Cocktails2. “Prayer for Passive Resistance,” by Charles Mingus3. “Rock Out,” by Art Ensemble Of Chicago4. “Omega Sci-Fi,” by Jeff Parker5. “Sting Ray and the Beginning of Time, Part 1″6. “Exploding Star Orchestra”7. “Cobarde,” by Eddie Palmeri8. “Almodovar Early Film Music,” by Bernardo Borezzi9. “Bone Biara So Wo Katuna,” by African Brothers10. “Asiko,” by Tony Allen11. “Ja Fun Mi,” by King Sunny Ade12. “Idi Amin,” by Black Randy and the Metrosquad13. “Never Alone,” by San Javier Fiddle Band14. “The Calexico Audition and Failing It,” by Howe Gelb15. “Dance of Death,” by Calexico16. “Don’t Say Goodbye Until I Reach Chicago,” by Uncle Woody17. “This Land is Your Land,” by D. Boon18. “Voltera,” by Firehose19. “Fire Engine of Death,” by Sonic Youth

1. “Dogs,” by Damien Rice 2. “Four Winds,” by Bright Eyes3. “Look After You,” by The Fray4. “Read My Mind,” by The Killers5. “Love Is the Only Way,” by Robert Randolph and the Family Band6. “Swing Low,” by Rocco Deluca7. “Nobody,” by Ryan Shaw8. “Funky Tonight” by the John Butler Trio9. “Painkiller,” by Tommy Castro10. “Heal Yourself,” by Ruthie Foster11. “Supply and Demand,” by Amos Lee12. “The Road Leads Down,” by Chris Whitley13. “Brother Lee,” by Citizen Cope14. “Shine On,” by Eric Bibb15. “Beautiful,” by G. Love and Special Sauce16. “Find Somebody,” by Goat17. “War,” by J.J. Grey and Mofro18. ‘Push Comes to Shove,” by John Hammond19. “People Watchin’,” by Keller Williamsn20. “A Little Bit,” by Madeline Peyroux

1. “Stupid Boy,” by Keith Urban 2. “Beer in Mexico,” by Kenny Chesney3. “Ladies Love Country Boys,” by Trace Adkins 4. “Wasted,” by Carrie Underwood5. “Anyway,” by Martina McBride6. “I’ll Wait For You,” by Joe Nichols7. “Last Dollar (Fly Away),” by Tim McGraw8. “Settlin’,” by Sugarland9. “Stand,” by Rascal Flatts10. “Little Bit of Life,” by Craig Morgan11. “Long Trip Alone,” by Dierks Bentley12. “Watching You,” by Rodney Atkins13. “A Woman’s Love,” by Alan Jackson14. “High Maintenance Woman,” by Toby Keith 15. “Hillbilly Deluxe,” by Brooks and Dunn 16. “It Just Comes Natural,” by George Strait17. “Tim McGraw,” by Taylor Swift18. “A Feelin’ Like That,” by Gary Allan19. “Good Directions,” by Billy Currington20. “My Little Girl,” by Tim McGraw


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