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A South African court is set to release 270 miners who were arrested on charges of murder after police there gunned down 34 of their co-workers, and wounded 78 others. The release was due to start on Monday around 2:00pm (12:00 GMT), Read more...
Via Moveon.org: Rob of Team Romneymobile tracked "Tricky Mitt" Romney to yet another high dollar fundraiser in Pittsburgh, PA. Find out why folks are calling Romney, "Tricky Mitt". Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Martin Newell
How I made it this long without hearing Martin Newell's <em>The Greatest Living Englishman</em> I do not know, but this Andy Partridge (XTC) produced release from 1993 has been hitting the spot. What's on your stereo tonight? Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Doris Duke
Doris Duke's 1969 release I'm A Loser is considered by many to be the greatest 'Deep Soul' albums ever made. Produced by the legendary Swamp Dogg, the album is a glimpse into a dark and troubled soul. Just listen to this song and you'll know what Read more...

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C&L's Late Night Music Club With Rusty And Doug Kershaw
What's your favorite song with a name in the title? Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Violent Femmes
The Violent Femmes self-titled 1983 release holds a special place in my heart, as the first time I ever heard it was also the first time I ever 'danced with Mary Jane'. A few years ago I got to open for them in their hometown of Milwaukee, and they Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Cat Stevens
Here's a classic from Cat Stevens 1970 release, Tea For The Tillerman. What's your favorite break up song? Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Jack Kittel
Here's a dark murder ballad to start/end your Saturday night. Written by Leon Payne, a blind San Antonio songwriter who also wrote 'Lost Highway', this version caused a bit of a stir upon its release to radio. What's your favorite song about going Read more...
C&L's Late Night Music Club With Richard And Linda Thompson
Richard Thompson started his career with Fairport Convention in 1967, and has continued to release records both solo and with other collaborators ever since. His 'pick and fingers' guitar playing style is revered amongst musicians and has placed him Read more...