Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Music, Music and More Music Marks the Finale of Rynski Radio on Party934

Posted By on Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 8:00 AM

Update with playlist and download at bottom of post

The Music Man in Yellow

Kooky news and even kookier crimes have been the staple on Rynski’s Shattered Reality for its past year-plus of production but, alas, the time has come to take a hiatus.

Other projects are screaming for my attention. It’s time to write the sequel to “Moby Dick.” Then perhaps publish some other stuff I have lying around. Stay tuned!

In the interim, let’s celebrate the finale of a season well-done with a music-only show. It comes about, in part, to start the hiatus early. It comes about, in the other part, because this week’s weird news selection stank.

The zaniest tidbit around was about a newborn zebra somewhere in China that only eats if fed by a person wearing a black and white striped shirt.

So get ready for some rollicking music. The planned theme is finishing off the elements with songs about air. But there might also be some surprises in store.

Thanks! to all who listened in, provided requests and helped the show be a success.

What: Finale of Rynski’s Shattered Reality Internet radio show
When: Wednesday for one hour
Time: Noon in Arizona, 3 p.m. EST
Where: www.party934.com and FM 94.9 in Hudson Valley

Remember you can always catch downloads of past shows on iTunes, at ryngargulinski.com and right here in “The Range” archives.

For those who might miss the show, please check back after the fact for the playlist and recorded download.
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Ryn Gargulinski, aka Rynski, is a writer, artist, performer and poet. Her radio show airs every Wednesday and her column appears every Friday. See more writing and art from RYNdustries at ryngargulinski.com and rynski.etsy.com.

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Playlist for Rynski’s Shattered Reality 08/03:
Theme: Elements — Wind, Air

The Doors — When the Music’s Over (CB in AZ)
Bob Seger — Against the Wind (Radmax in AZ)
Franz Schubert — Erlkonig (Sawyer in AZ)
Santana - Crying Winds, Singing Beasts (Daniel in AZ)
Tonya Tucker - Two Sparrows in a Hurricane (David in NM)
Thunderclap Newman - Something in the Air (Reem in CA)
Panic! At the Disco - Hurricane (Mary Jane in NY)
The Hollies - The Air That I Breathe (Lawrence in NY)
The Rolling Stones — Moonlight Mile (Deb in AZ)
Bobby Bare — Four Strong Winds (Beezel)
Nina Simone - Wild is the Wind (Meagan in NY)
Bob Dylan - Idiot Wind (Josh in NY)
Lemon Jelly — Elements

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