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Roots & All Playlist 7-25-17

Jul 29, 2017

KZYX 7-25-17

TAKE FIVE - DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET – TAKE FIVE

ROSE ROUGE - ST GERMAIN – TOURIST

SPAGHETTI – SHEL SILVERSTEIN – WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS

THE PERFECT HIGH - WAVY GRAVY - WAVY GRAVY ‎– OLD FEATHERS - NEW BIRD (THE 80'S ARE THE 60'S TWENTY YEARS LATER)

I’LL FLY AWAY – SPUYTEN DUYVIL – TEMPTATION

IT TAKES A WORRIED MAN – MOTHER MAYBELLE CARTER – VANGUARD: ROOTS OF FOLK

MAN OF CONSTANT SORROW – DONNA THE BUFFALO – THE BEST OF INDIE FOLK

LA BELLE RIVIERE – THOMAS HINE – SOME NOTION OF NOVELTY

Roots & All Special 5th Saturday Edition

Jul 29, 2017

LONG I RIDE - ROBBIE FULKS - GONE AWAY BACKWARD

KATY KAY -- ROBBIE FULKS - UPLAND STORIES

AUNT PEG'S NEW OLD MAN - ROBBIE FULKS - UPLAND STORIES

LOSING MY MIND - O BARDO E O BANJO - HOMEPATH

BLITZKRIEG BOP - O BARDO E O BANJO – FOLK-N-ROLL II

ANGELINE THE BAKER - O BARDO E O BANJO – SYNERGY

LOMPA KOYRE TRAKTOR – SVER – FRYD

RUF – SVER – FRYD

DON'T CRY BLUE – JONATHAN EDWARDS – LUCKY DAY

NADINE – THE SELDOM SCENE – DRINKING BLUEGRASS

IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR – THE SELDOM SCENE -20TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

Sheri Quinn

  One of the most remote, rugged and secret treasures of Mendocino County is the Sinkyone Wilderness State Park located on what's called The Lost Coast, because of the lack of major road and highway access. This coastline lined with chandalier redwood trees, is also often hidden by blankets of fog. The 7,500 acre park has been considered a "wild west" at times and now the state has increased patrols and is planning improvements to the park.  

Cyanobacteria, commonly known as blue-green algae, is once again affecting bodies of water in the area, and local Public and Environmental Health officials are advising people to avoid contact with this potentially toxic bacteria.

Three fires broke out in Lake County on Monday but they were quickly contained.

The first occurred around 2 p.m. in a field across from the 16000 block of Bryant Road in Lower Lake.  The blaze, which was between three to five acres and drew a response of multiple agencies, had its forward progress halted when it ran into a nearby creek 30 minutes later.

It was reported as contained around 3 p.m.

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