New In The Station - As of July 13, 2020

  Wonder why the list is so heavy on Bluegrass this time? That's because Resa Randolph,
  WBFY's Bluegrass DJ, has been building up the station's collection.  Some other hosts 
  might take a clue from her and donate music from their personal collections.  It enhances 
  your show and is available to all the other hosts for theirs.  Share and share alike is the 
  socialist thing to do, and the basis of the station's license.  We pool our collections and 
  play the tunes for the people of Waldo County (as long as we report all plays to Spinitron).

------------- Bluegrass ----------------
Bela Fleck: The Bluegrass Sessions
Cox and Fairchild: Daybreak in Maggie Valley
Down From The Mountain (Live concert by the O Brother, Where Art Thou? musicians)
Hot Rize: In Concert
John Reischman: The Harmonic Tone Revealers
Steep Canyon Rangers: Tell The Ones I Love
The John Hartford Stringband: Memories of John
The Lonely Heartstring Band: Deep Waters
The SteelDrivers: Hammer Down; The Muscle Shoals Recordings; The SteelDrivers
Tony Rice: Manzanita; The Bluegrass Guitar Collection
------------- Blues ---------------------
25 Blues Masters, Vol. 2
------------- Folk/Acoustic ------------
Michael Surratt: World Musette (Tour of world styles on accordion)
------------- Funk and Soul -----------
The Chess Story, Vol. 2
------------- Jam Bands / Dead ------
Jerry Garcia: Compliments (1974); Garcia (1972)
Trey Anastasio: Shine; The Horseshoe Curve; Trey Anastasio
------------- Indie Rock & Pop -------
The Chesterfield Kings: Let's Go Get Stoned
They Might Be Giants: Miscellaneous T (b-sides, remixes, ...)
------------- Jazz ----------------------
Art Tatum: Finest Hour
Chick Corea: Eye Of The Beholder; Light Years
Duke Ellington: Early Duke (1927-34);
    + The Blanton-Webster Band (1940-42) 66 tracks from the "golden years"
Oscar Peterson: Plays the Duke Ellington Songbook
So Blue So Funky: Heroes of the Hammond (boogaloo)
The Modern Jazz Quartet: At Music Inn (1956); Django (1955); Third Stream Music (1960)
    + albums with Paul Desmond (1971) and Sonny Rollins (1951)
------------- Pop/Top-40 -------------
America:  Greatest Hits
Boston: Greatest Hits
------------- Reggae -----------------
Bob Marley: Uprising (1980)
------------- Rock --------------------
Bruce Hornsby: A Night On The Town; Greatest Radio Hits; Hot House
Bruce Springsteen: Nebraska (1982); The Wild,... (1973); We Shall Overcome (2006)
Cream: Strange Brew (Best of)
The Who: Thirty Years Of Maximum R&B
------------- Western -----------------
Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers: In Concert
------------- World --------------------
Olatunji: Soul Makossa (1973)

These recordings were added to the computer library in the proceeding week,
indexed for RemoteVT access on the Sunday, and available for airplay.  
Items marked with a bang [!] have a physical CD too.