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Anti-Gravity Project: Mass Mural Festival

Over the course of ten days, downtown Eau Gallie will be transformed into a whirlwind of artistic innovation on the Space Coast.

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Carolann Bambara Demarest

Join me. 10-1 PM EST for a custom made soundtrack for the morning. From the season's transition from Fall to Winter. Missing those who are no longer with us . . . To Alice's Restaurant by Arlo Guthrie at high noon & a preview from my upcoming interview with Susan Graham White about her first album in 15 years.

You can get the recipe for Mama Stamberg's cranberry sauce by listening to any NPR station, but only WFIT will tell you how to make Nathalie Irene's turkey Tetrazzini to help you use up some of those Thanksgiving leftovers. It's an annual tradition on Mozart's Attic. We'll also feature some music of Massenet, Rameau, Satie, and Stravinsky on this week's program. And who knows, we might just get Luisa Tetrazzini to sing for us as well.

The season of list-making, specifically (for us) lists about the year's best music, is rapidly descending. But before the craziness begins over who had the best album or song in 2017, we thought we'd look back at some of our previous top-ten lists to see if they even hold up. As you can imagine, some albums we once thought were great have since lost their luster, while others haven't aged a day.

This essay is one in a series celebrating deserving artists or albums not included on NPR Music's list of 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women.

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