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The Oyster
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Tonight on The Psychedelic Oyster

#35707 2 years, 10 months ago
Hey All,

Tonight I will be playing The Grateful Dead from Shorline 6.21.89. On this eve of the summer soltice, I thought it was very fitting. I recorded this off the radio 22 years ago tomorrow night. Hope you all can tune in!

Brad Moore (The Psychedelic Oyster)
I have a weekly radio program on WOMR 92.1 FM on Cape Cod, and womr.org everywhere else. The program airs Monday evenings 9pm eastern till 12am. The show is The Psychedelic Oyster, which is a mixture of Blues, Jazz, Rock, and a good amount of The Grateful Dead, plus David Gans Grateful Dead Hour at 10:30. WOMR is a non profit community supported radio station.

I also do a weekly fall, and winter film series at the performance space in the radio station, of Reel film from my own personal collection. The series is primarily feature films from the 1920's through the 1940's. With some of the silent films that I show, have local musicians sitting in, and providing improvisational music for the films score. I do this in the off season for the radio station to make some money during the winter, and to provide a chance for the community to see films, that they may not see elsewhere, and on the big screen
The Oyster
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Re: Tonight on The Psychedelic Oyster

#35724 2 years, 10 months ago
Sadly I just found out about Clarence passing on. Without knowing it I picked out this show, because he sits in with them durring the second set. All the more fitting! Later in September I saw four of the Jerry shows, and he was part of the band for that tour.
I have a weekly radio program on WOMR 92.1 FM on Cape Cod, and womr.org everywhere else. The program airs Monday evenings 9pm eastern till 12am. The show is The Psychedelic Oyster, which is a mixture of Blues, Jazz, Rock, and a good amount of The Grateful Dead, plus David Gans Grateful Dead Hour at 10:30. WOMR is a non profit community supported radio station.

I also do a weekly fall, and winter film series at the performance space in the radio station, of Reel film from my own personal collection. The series is primarily feature films from the 1920's through the 1940's. With some of the silent films that I show, have local musicians sitting in, and providing improvisational music for the films score. I do this in the off season for the radio station to make some money during the winter, and to provide a chance for the community to see films, that they may not see elsewhere, and on the big screen
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