In the Pocket:
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MyNDTALK with Dr. Pamela Brewer
Do You Really Get Me - Dr. Joseph Shrand
The more emotional baggage we bring to our interactions, the more likely we are to negatively misinterpret other people's feelings and the more disconnected from them we become. In his groundbreaking work, Joseph Shrand, MD, instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, (and Leigh Devine) teach us that by setting aside self-doubt and assuming the best about ourselves and others, we can make more meaningful connections based on mutual respect and value. This is the heart of Dr. Shrand's I-Maximum Approach, which teaches us to assume that we all are doing the best we can at any given time. With the heightened empathy that we gain from this approach comes a deeper understanding of our own and others' mental and emotional states and how they influence our interactions, resulting in stronger connections and more rewarding relationships.
The Amans Brindled Regional Music Show with Jacque Howard
Tonight's ABRMS will feature the music of Tiger Piss from Kingston NY, Noah Haidu, Shammie Royston and the reggae sounds of Larry White.
12th Street Jump with Pete Weber & Eboni Fondren
This week on 12th Street Jump, we celebrate the birthday of Lester Young with our special guest Todd Wilkinson. We have an old-fashioned cutting contest, play a game of "Ask the Professor", and the Sax Therapist helps a couple with their bedroom Olympics.
Cadillac Blues with Ron Ungarini
Sit back on your Saturday evening and enjoy a full hour of nothing but the Blues.
Beale Street Caravan with Pat Mitchell-Worley & Kevin Cubbins
The popular mythologies would lead us to believe that all the great bluesmen hopped trains out of the Delta the first chance they got, landing in Memphis and Chicago to launch their careers. But that's not really the case. Countless artists remained to provide the soundtrack for life in the Delta. Artists made their careers in the churches, the juke joints, the picnics, and the house parties. We have two such artists with us as octogenarians Cadillac John Nolden and Leo "Bud" Welch bring their authentic, foot-stomping sounds to the airwaves this week.
Latin Perspective with Tony Vasquez
Latin Perspective radio show features the best in contemporary and classic Latin Jazz Music. Presenting music from the contemporary artists of today who continue the tradition along with the early pioneers and innovators, the prominent figures and architects who created the music. In addition it informs its diverse audience about the roots and history of the music and the multitude of rhythms and musical styles that define the tradition and make it a rich and dynamic music genre.
Café Jazz with Gene Knight
Three hours of Big Band, Bebop and Beyond Café Jazz is a mix of original vinyl recordings with contemporary jazz releases on CD. The show is energetic, classic and classy. It is filled with lots of fulsome big band sounds, with horns that swing so hard you can almost see the suited gents moving in sync. The show also features the very best of the Bebop era and Straight Ahead jazz. It's a feel-good program that is all about having a good time with the music.