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9:00 News August 24, 2009

Here are the songs played on Monday, August 24 Wilco " You and I", another song off Wilco ( The Album. Weezer " ( If You're Wondering If I Want You to) I Want You To. Album title Ratitude, available October 27.  HOWEVER, this song was leaked on line, so they released this single way early. I looked for some video's of Weezer performing this song, but all I found were people doing cover versions. Cover versions of a song that won't be released for months. The interwebs sure are changing the way we get our music, aren't they! Killian Mansfield w/ Dr John  " Scratch My Back" album title Somwhere Else. This is a very interesting project. Killian is a 16 year old who lives in Woodstock NY, home of many fine musicians.  Five years ago, Killian was diagnosed with a rare cancer,which he is battling with integrative therapies. This album was put together with love, with artists like John Sebastian, Kate Pierson, Levon Helm and more, joining him. All proceeds of this album will go to the Killian Mansfield Foundation to promote the use of these less invasive treatments for children with cancer. It's a cool album and the kid has talent!

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