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Dialed In: This week's local music radio playlists

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Here what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week. We're currently tracking the playlists a number of different shows, including Radio 1190's Local Shakedown, KTCL's Locals Only, 99.5 the Mountain's Homegrown Show*, the Colorado Sound, which originates at KRFC and is re-broadcast all over Colorado, and the Colorado Wave*, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. See the full playlists posted after the jump.

*These playlists haven't been made available yet, but will be added as soon as they are.

LOCAL SHAKEDOWN (RADIO 1190/KVCU)
11/20/09

Hello Kavita - OK
Jason Cain and Brittany Gould
Pacific Pride - Tropic of Meow
Insider Spider - Pictures
Itchy-O - O'Girl
Fissure Mystic - Brakethrough
Soapy Argyle - Don't Ever Go Away
3 the Hardway - Reach for the Stars
Mr. Pacman - No Lives Left
'57 Lesbian - This Time
Marty Jones and the Pork Boilin' Poor Boys
Oblio Duo - Dread
The Hollyfelds - Sorry I Missed You
Paper Bird - Dead as a Dead Man's Bones
Thundercade - World Wide Web
Vitamins - Myster Fishstick
The Limbs - Love Doesn't Pay Anymore
Hot IQs - Houndstooth
Velveteen Loveseat - #1
The Maybellines - The Only One
Zombie Zombie - #3, #4, #5
teamAWESOME! - teamNASA!

LOCALS ONLY (KTCL)

11/22/09

Baji - "Mindless & Young"
Heyday - "Come In or Stay Out"
Stolen Instruments - "Vicarious"
A Fashioned Farewell - "Call You Quick"
Pirate Signal - "I Can't Wait"
Food Chain - "Runnin' in Place"
World Romantic - "Inner City Sea"
Otherside of Clearview - "Sweet Release"
Toy Soldiers - "Beautiful Risk"
Alan Baird Project - "Dream"
Vonnegut - "St Catherine"
Laylights - "Tigers"

THE COLORADO SOUND
11/21/09

Soundrabbit - "From the World I Have Known"
Kyle Hollingsworth - "She"
Apples in Stereo - "Ruby"
Jd Feighner - "Pollo Borracho"
Molina Soleil & Aju - "Da Indies"
Chris Daniels & BMaster - "Jump (Live)"
The Stone Project - "Fast Moving Freight Train"
Todd Adelman & the Love Handles - "Baby's Gonna Be A Country Girl"
The Samples - "Heaven"
Coles Whalen - "Hole In My Heart"
Palmer Divide - "Whiskey Row"
Martin Gilmore - "Lost Alone In Your Love"
Lelah Simon - "Green"
Rose Hill Drive - "Cool Cody"
The String Cheese Incident - "Sirens"
Houses - "Red Feather"
Hello Kavita - "The Last Time"
Flashbulb Fires - "Revenge Song"
Speakeasy, Tiger - "Oil Rising"
Dressy Bessy - "Just Like Henry"
Yonder Mountain String Band - "Belle Parker"
Trucker's Daughter - "Better Left Alone"
Oh, Starling - "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear"
Scott Von - "Love Is A Mess"
Adam Bodine Trio - "The Chauffeur"
Aakash Mittal Quartet - "Ishaa"

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