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First Aired - 02/26/2012 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Listeners are in for a treat this week as Mike Edison & Judy McGuire are joined by world-class guitarist Gary Lucas on this week's episode of The Mike & Judy Show. Gary is an incredibly accomplished musician, having played in Captain Beefheart's Magic Band and collaborated extensively with Jeff Buckley. Tune in and hear Gary play a live rendition of an original composition of his called "Rise up to Be", which later became Jeff Buckley's "Grace". Hear stories from the road and insight into the bohemian beatnik culture of the 21st century. This program is sponsored by Roberta's.

"I feel like I'm always trying to shed light on dark corners of music."

"Any music that used slurred notes and in-just intonation has a certain kind of bluesy quality to it and that's the music I relate most to. When I hear the sound of the human struggling through their instrument--that's the blues."

--guitarist Gary Lucas on The Mike & Judy Show

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First Aired - 01/15/2014 10:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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The author and chef-owner of two popular New York City restaurants—The Red Cat and The Harrison—Jimmy Bradley presides over neighborhood joints that have become destinations for guests from around the city, and the country. A purveyor of straightforward, occasionally irreverent, food and contagious conviviality, all of it wrapped up in an attitude-free package, Bradley has helped contemporary diners rediscover the intrinsic value of classic Mediterranean cuisine, reinterpreted for a modern American clientele. He and his recipes are regularly featured in The New York Times, Food & Wine, Bon Appétit, Esquire and other food publications, as well as on local and national television programs including TODAY Show and Top Chef Masters. His first cookbook, The Red Cat Cookbook, was published by Clarkson Potter in fall 2006. Don't miss Jimmy Bradley on this week's edition of In the Drink! Thanks to our sponsor, Rolling Press. Music by Obey City.

"We would dine every Sunday at one o'clock and listen to the opera from the Met. It sounds stereotypical to say my grandmother taught me how to cook, but in this case, that's how it was... When I first started with a chefs and they would make ravioli, I thought to myself, 'I know someone who makes better raviolis than you...'" [9:50]

"In my mind, wine factors into everything that has to do with food." [19:00]

-- Jimmy Bradley on In the Drink

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At Green Waste Technologies in Plainfield, New Jersey, award-winning entrepreneur (and former opera singer) Olive Lynch employs black soldier fly larvae and a team of draft horses to compost hundreds of tons of commercial and residential food waste in the decommissioned Mack Truck engine factory.

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