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December 17 - 24, 1999


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Airwaves top ten

by Brian Goslow

1. Sally Barris -- Reluctant Daughter (Wrensong)

2. Lorna Hunt -- All In One Day (Classic)

3. Kaydi Johnson -- Tied (Tell Tale)

4. Kris Kehr -- Long, Long Year (Woobie Cat)

5. Eleni Kelakos -- I Will Fly (EEK!)

6. Jack Kerouac and Steve Allen -- Poetry for the Beat Generation (Rhino Word Beat)

7. Erin McKeown -- Monday Morning Cold (TVP)

8. Not Enough Rope -- Fingerpistol (Indie)

9. Greg Ryan -- Hope To Find (October Moon)

10. Various artists -- The Definitive Jazz Scene Volume 2 (Impulse Jazz)

Submitted in alphabetical order by Richard Fox, host of the Tuesday edition of CrossTracks from 6 to 9 a.m. on WCUW (91.3 FM).

Your top ten

1. Pink Floyd -- Dark Side of the Moon (EMD/Capitol)

2. Led Zeppelin -- Led Zeppelin II (WEA/Atlantic)

3. Guns N' Roses -- Appetite for Destruction (UNI/Geffen)

4. Johnny Winter -- Still Alive and Well (Sony Music)

5. Phish -- Rift (WEA/Elektra)

6. Tool -- Aenima (BMG/Zoo)

7. Beatles -- Revolver (Capitol)

8. Third Eye Blind -- Third Eye Blind (WEA/Elektra)

9. Matchbox 20 -- Yourself or Someone like You (WEA/Atlantic)

10. Tori Amos -- Boys for Pele (WEA/Atlantic)

Submitted by Mike Slaney, bassist for the Wildcats, who play a benefit concert for WCUW this Friday night, December 17, at Gilrein's.

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