Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Steel Belted Radio Playlist #194 (February 24, 2009)


So Charming
Good Lovelies

Don’t Ask Me Why
Raghu Lokanathon
Blue Girl

Spit & Polish
Annie Lou
Yukon Women in Music

Why Do Lonely Men and Women Want to Break Each Other's Hearts?
The Star Room Boys
Why Do Lonely Men and Women Want to Break Each Other's Hearts?

Give Me Back the Key to My Heart
Uncle Tupelo

Two of a Kind
The Lovetones

Jay Clark and the Jones
Blue Cholera

Hurtin’ You
Ben Kweller
Changing Horses

The Night’s Just Beginning to Shine
Danny Schmidt
Instead the Forest Rose to Sing

Little Darlin’
Alligator Purse

Honky Tonk
James Cotton
Late Night Blues

Baby Please Don’t Go
Guy Davis
Sweetheart Like You

Nashville Blues
Jorma Kaukonen
River of Time

I Wanna Love Again
Dwight Yoakam
Blame the Vain

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Steel Belted Radio Playlist #193 (February 10, 2009)


Cabernet Sauvignon
Pawnshop Diamond
Leaning to the Sun

College Town Boy
Dent May
The Good Feeling Music of Dent May His Magnificent Ukulele

A Day is Very Long
Doug Paisley

This Town
The Waxbills
The Way It Goes

Tight Knit

In Your Arms Again
Lester Quitzau
The Same Light

Little By Little
Junior Wells
Live at Theresa’s 1975

People, Places and Things
Dex Romweber Duo
Ruins of Berlin

Mystery Train
The Kingmakers
Live at Sun Studios

Lifetime Undergroud
William Elliott Whitmore
Animals in the Dark

Sleeping in the Devil’s Bed
Daniel Lanois
For the Beauty of Wynona

Work Hard/Play Hard
Palace Music
Viva Last Blues

Miss Idaho
American Lo-Fi

Jackson Was Jumpin’
Rayburn Anthony
Jackson Was Jumpin’

Andre Williams and The Sadies
Red Dirt

Attention CJAM Listeners and Supporters

CJAM is currently applying for an amendment to our broadcasting undertaking to assume a new signal at 99.1 FM. While CJAM has been broadcasting at about 1000 watts for over 10 years, the station was never granted “Protected Status” from the CRTC, thanks to pressures from the FCC who were concerned with CJAM’s level of interference with adjacent American stations. Without “Protected Status”, CJAM faces the risk of losing its signal to other applicants. In fact, CJAM faced that very risk recently when the CBC decided to apply for 91.5 in the fall of 2008. The CBC ultimately withdrew its application, but CJAM still faces possible removal from the FM band thanks to a pending American application for our signal.

CJAM has identified a new signal – 99.1 FM - that could afford the station protected status and has moved forward with applications for this new signal to Industry Canada and the CRTC. The application currently before the CRTC is now open for public comment, and this is where we need you, our community of listeners, programmers and volunteers to make your voice heard. If you value CJAM and community radio in Windsor and Detroit, please express your support of our application. Letters may be submitted electronically at www.crtc.ca, by fax at 819-994-0218, or by conventional mail to the following address: CRTC Ottawa Ontario K1A 0N2.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Steel Belted Radio Playlist #192 (February 3, 2009)


Summer Eyes
Krista Muir
Accidental Railway

We Weather
Doug Paisley

City Lights
Adrien Sala
Diamond in the Mind

Picture Show
Lay You Down

The Deep Dark Woods
Winter Hours

My Momma’s People
Robin Moore
My Momma’s People

Lookin’ the World Over
Big Mama Thornton
With the Muddy Waters Band - 1966

Don’t Care How Long You’re Gone
R.L. Burnside
Mississippi Hill Country Blues

Bosco Stomp
Alligator Purse

Little Girl
United Steelworkers of Montreal
Three on the Tree

Further On Up the Road
Johnny Cash
A Hundred Highways

Pick Up the Tempo
To Willie

Trouble in Mind
Jorma Kaukonen
River of Time

Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Jenn Grant

Cheek to Cheek
Good Lovelies

Cry Baby Cry