This Wednesday from 4-7 am, the Paulie Morphous Show returns with a bonus edition, the best set of music that ever filled a 3 hour time-slot. These songs go together like ham and eggs, like Abbott and Costello, like Donald J. Trump and maligant narcissistic personality disorder. I will go all over the musical map, both genre-wise and time period wise. A fun-packed musical journey that will have you reflecting on the meaning of life and dancing around your kitchen, in equal portions. I bring back my Copycats series - legal battles involving an artist/songwriter who is accused of ripping off an earlier song. This time, Huey Lewis writes a song whose unmistakeable bass line riff is hijacked by the title song of a runaway smash hit movie. Did Huey take it lying down, or did he make some News? Plus: Seven songs about the moon, jazz, blues, rock, folk, reggae, 50’s, 70’s, new stuff. It’s all there in perfect sequence. I’m so excited I’ve listened to the playlist 3 times already. Listen live or stream it on demand at archive.kvmr.org.