Thursday, June 24, 2010

Coming in July from Rhino Handmade: “Delaney & Bonnie & Friends on Tour with Eric Clapton (Deluxe Edition)” | Where's Eric

Coming in July from Rhino Handmade: “Delaney & Bonnie & Friends on Tour with Eric Clapton (Deluxe Edition)” Where's Eric:
 Published: 14 June 2010
In December 1969, Delaney & Bonnie & Friends embarked on a tour of England that resulted in the live album, “Delaney & Bonnie & Friends on Tour with Eric Clapton.” Now, forty years after its initial release, Rhino Handmade will issue a four disc 52-track deluxe edition in July. The set will feature more than three hours of unreleased music from Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett and their “friends.” Besides the Bramletts, the band included guitarists Eric Clapton and Dave Mason, bassist Carl Radle, drummer Jim Gordon, organist Bobby Whitlock, Jim Price and Bobby Keys on horns, percussionist Tex Johnson, and vocalist Rita Coolidge and a mysterious friend named Mysterioso (George Harrison)."

Sunday, June 13, 2010


OlmosProductions — June 10, 2010 — Shot by Robert M. Young and Edward James Olmos on a trip to the heart of the oil spill in the Gulf. Edited by Stephen Cohen

JDX1029 'Revisited'

JDX1029 'Revisited': "Sunday, June 13, 2010
Cathy Nsil is on ' The Mothership' Sundays Mississippi Sounds

'Cathy Nail, show details are as follows, Radio London's very
own Jeff Lewis will be my guest today on Mississippi Sounds at 4pm CST on JDX1029 'Revisited' with info on the reunion at Hal and Mals, June 19th and lots of music and Lawrd knows what else. Tune in and be prepared.... Shake,...rattle and yes, Roll, Mississippi!'

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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Mississippi Business Journal » Blog Archive » Breaking: Mississippi Power will build $2.4B Kemper plant

Breaking: Mississippi Power will build $2.4B Kemper plant

by Amy McCullough

Published: May 27,2010

On May 27, one day after the Mississippi Public Service Commission issued a new order conditionally approving the $2.4 billion Kemper County clean coal plant, Mississippi Power Company announced it would accept the conditions and build the plant.

The Commission passed an order easing the financial restrictions outlined in its April 29 order, namely raising the cost cap to $2.88 billion and agreeing to allow the company to use CWIP — or charge customers for plant financing costs before the facility provides electricity.“After a comprehensive review of (the) order, we have determined the stringent conditions that the commission imposed will still allow us to move forward to finance and construct the plant,” said Tommy Anderson, MPC vice president of generation development, in a statement. “While this was not what was requested, we view this order as one we can accept, and it will allow us to be able to unlock the tremendous value the Kemper County IGCC Project brings to our customers.”

The company had originally asked for a price cap of $3.2 billion and requested that they be able to raise customer rates starting this year. However, CWIP, or Construction Work in Progress, won’t be permitted in rate base until 2012. The plant is scheduled to be operational by 2014.

MPC had also requested that the Commission limit itself to quarterly prudency reviews, which would prevent the Commission from reviewing the project as a whole for cost disallowances after its completion. The Commission said quarterly reviews “would be contrary to the public interest. To determine prudence, the Commission must have sufficient perspective concerning the reasons for particular costs.” The Commission said the prudency review schedule would be determined at a later time.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Mississippi Sounds on the MotherShip

This to me is one of your better "Live" Net Radio Shows' You will hear some great music from the Delta to Memphis. Sundays at 2:00pm CDT
You may listen here by clicking on the "Mississippi Sounds" tab on the player found on this page..

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'Mississippi Sounds with Cathy Nail'. Where you'll hear local musicians playing the best home grown Mississippi sounds around. Vist the Mothership & Tune to JDX1029 Revisited at 2pm CDT Sundays and you'll see Mississippi is the place to be. Here's to you!"