background-002Radio Free Charleston International mixes up the muzix once again at 3 PM Thursday on The AIR. Tune in at the website, or on this handy embedded radio player…

After another morning and afternoon filled with special encores of Curtain Call, Radio Coolsville, Beatles Blast, Ska Madness and more, we make the world safe for eclecticism on Radio Free Charleston International at 3 PM with another show that, like last week, revisits a ton of great music that we originally presented one year ago. This show was also bumped off the server last summer, but it was so good we decided to bring it back for your listening pleasure.

Listeners will be treated to then-brand-new music by Bob Dylan, Corinne Baily Rae, Billy Sherwood, Radiohead and more, plus classic tracks from Emerson Lake and Palmer, Frank Zappa, King Crimson, Joe Jackson and more. It’s a smorgasboard of excellence in music, presented lovingly for your ears.

You can hear Radio Free Charleston International on The AIR Thursday at 3 PM, with replays Friday at 9 AM and 10 PM, Saturday at 11 AM and Sunday at 1 AM and 10 PM.

Following RFC International on Thursday,you can listen to this week’s new Radio Free Charleston, with Deni Bonet and more at 5 PM, and The New Music Show at 6 PM , The Crazy Show at 6:30 PM. In prime-time, it’s this week’s episodes of The Swing Shift and Curtain Call, followed at 10 PM by Live From The Empty Glass (this week with  C2J2, The Contrarians and more). All night long after that, it’s a marathon of The Swing Shift.

Now check out the playlist for this week’s Radio Free Charleston International below:

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Bob Dylan  “That Old Black Magic”
Corinne Bailey Rae  “Ice Cream Colours”
Radiohead  “Burn The Witch”
Billy Sherwood “Breaking The Cycle”
John Frusciante  “Foreglow”
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals  “When Sex Was Dirty”
Rome  “Broken”
Oscar  “Breaking My Phone”
Cross and Quinn  “For Someone”
Future Idiots  “Miss Summer”
Razor Red Noise  “Reboot”
Nadia Nair  “Beautiful Poetry”
Red Hot Chili Peppers  “Dark Necessities”
King Crimson  “Elephant Talk”
Emerson Lake and Palmer  “Pictures at an Exhibition”
The Zombies  “Care of Cell 44”
Blue Oyster Cult  “Veteran of the Psychic Wars”
Frank Zappa  “Stairway To Heaven”
Astor Piazolla  “Violentango”
Joe Jackson  “Soul Kiss”
Prince  “America”