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Swing For The Fences On RFC International

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rfci-logo-3-9-01Thursday brings us Radio Free Charleston International and a ton more cool stuff on The AIR! Tune in at the website, or on this handy embedded radio player…

This week we take you back to the second of our two-part Swing Music episode of RFC International. I originally produced these last May and it was the reaction to these shows that convinced me to go ahead with The Swing Shift, which you can now hear every Tuesday at 3 PM on The AIR.

But Thursday at 3 PM you can get an extra dose of Swing as your hyper hepcat of a host lets loose the hounds of Swing.

The playlist is at the bottom of this post. This is one of the earlier episodes of RFC International that hasn’t been played on The AIR since last summer.

That’s followed by a recent Radio Free Charleston at 5 PM, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy at 6 PM and a primetime lineup of The Swing Shift and Curtain Call. Remember that you can also Swing all night, when The Swing Shift takes over The AIR at 1 AM.

At 10 PM Live From The Empty Glass brings you Groove Heavy, Hybrid Soul Project and Mojomatic, recorded live at Charleston’s premiere dive-bar music venue, the World Famous Empty Glass.

Tune in to The AIR. You don’t know what you’re missing.

Here’s the playlist for RFC International 13:

Orchestra Baobab  “El Son Te Llama”
Kid Creole and the Cocounts  “There’s Something Wrong In Paradise”
Royal Crown Revue  “Brazil”
Sergio Caputo  “Bibidin Babidin Bibidi Boo”
The Stranglers  “Sanfte Kuss”
Marc Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos ” Como Se Goza en el Barrio”
Stan Kenton  “The Peanut Vendor”
Brian Setzer Orchestra  “Let’s Live It Up”
Louis Jordan  “Angelina/Zooma Zooma”
David Lee Roth “Just A Gigalo/I Ain’t Got Nobody”
Squirrel Nut Zippers  “Hell”
Sam Butera  “Night Train”
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy  “Save My Soul”
Fletcher Henderson “Happy as the Day Is Long”
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies  “Brown Derby Jump”
Woody Herman  “23 Red”
Royal Crown Revue  “El Toro”
Erskine Hawkins  “Bear Mash Blues”
Oingo Boingo  “Don’t Go In The Basement”
Earl Hines  “Boogie Woogie on St. Louis Blues”
The Atomic Fireballs  “Hit By A Brick”
John Cale  “I Wanna Be Around”
Jools Holland  “Well All Right”
Dean Martin  “You’re Nobody ’til Somebody Loves You”