Sunday, June 24, 2007

ahhhhh summertime... must be the moon

On the menu tonight:
Arctic Monkeys
!!! (Chk Chk Chk)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Amy Winehouse

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Sunday Night Jam Sessions

do enjoy...
we're hip hop-less tonight

!!!(Chk Chk Chk) - Must Be The Moon

Jahcoozi - Changing Time
(i think i played this before... but whatever...)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Gold Lion

love ya.
happy summer.
stay green.

Friday, June 22, 2007


So finances suck, internet(s) are off, and I'm going to be doing SNJS every other sunday until this issue is resolved. Damn them. Free internet for all!!!

love ya

Sunday, June 10, 2007

I support LOUD music

On the menu tonight:
Immortal Technique/Mos Def
The Crystal Method/The Doors
Edwyn Collins
Gnarles Barkley

I am FEELIN this one. Been on this playlist all week.
Keepin it it free for you.

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Sunday Night Jam Sessions

the crystal method - born too slow

Edwyn Collins - girl like you

gnarles barkley - smiley faces (this is awsome)

love ya peoples.
stay green.

Monday, June 04, 2007

her name was Little G

Bay Bridge Peregrine Falcons Get Released

POSTED: 9:28 pm PDT June 1, 2007
UPDATED: 6:02 pm PDT June 3, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO -- Three young peregrine falcons got their first taste of the wild when they were released Saturday along the Santa Cruz coastline.

The University of Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group biologists and a foster peregrine mother have raised the three birds, after all three were rescued from their nests on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge earlier this year.

"Little G," one of the soon to be released falcons, is the female offspring of George and Gracie, a well-known peregrine couple living in San Francisco. "Little G" was rescued from the bridge nest on March 30 when she was still inside an egg but is now at the ripe old age of 42 days. Peregrines typically fly for the first time between 41 and 43 days old, according to a statement from Pacific Gas & Electric Co.

The other two falcons were also rescued from the Bay Bridge as hatchlings about two weeks ago and are not related to "Little G."

George and Gracie moved from the Bay Bridge to the downtown San Francisco PG&E building, where they laid one more egg. That egg was also collected by biologists, and a healthy peregrine emerged on Tuesday.

The peregrines will still have food provided for them at the release site for two months until they can hunt for themselves. The falcons will also carry radio telemetry devices so the predatory research biologists can track them until the device falls off in a few weeks.

San Jose also has a resident family of peregrine falcons. Jose and Clara have a nest on the San Jose city hall tower and their own reality web show at where their three offspring can be seen with almost full adult plumage.

Peregrines are an endangered species in California. The peregrine population declined to zero known nesting pairs east of the Mississippi River, and just two known nesting pairs in California by 1970. Today, there are an estimated 250 peregrine falcon nesting pairs in California, according to a statement from PG&E.

Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press contributed to this report. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

i'm afraid of americans

on the menu tonight:
david bowie
koko taylor
handsome boy modeling school
jurassic 5


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Sunday Night Jam Sessions

david bowie - i'm afraid of americans

koko taylor - wang dang doodle
{she's a G, check that gold tooth}

Koko Taylor sometimes called 'KoKo Taylor' (born Cora Walton, 28 September 1935, in Shelby County, Tennessee) is an American blues musician, popularly known as the "Queen of the Blues." She is known primarily for her rough and powerful vocals and traditional blues stylings.

Taylor left Memphis for Chicago, Illinois in 1954 with her husband, truck driver Robert "Pops" Taylor and in the late 1950s began singing in Chicago blues clubs. She was spotted by Willie Dixon in 1962, and this led to wider performances and her first recording contract. In 1965, Taylor was signed by Chess Records, for which her single "Wang Dang Doodle" (written by Dixon, and a hit for Howlin' Wolf five years earlier) became a major hit, reaching number four on the R&B charts in 1966, and selling a million copies. Taylor has recorded many versions of this Dixon-penned song over the past few decades and has added more material, both original and covers, but has never repeated that initial chart success.

jurassic 5 & DJ Format - We Know

stay green