Jack & Molly share stories of love and romance for this Valentine's Day episode.
Hawks change the way Stacey sees herself.
The family matriarch skips her homework and meets a band of Apaches on horseback.
1) Art Tatum & Ben Webster – All The Things You Are
2) John Philips Sousa Band – Liberty Bell
3) Dire Straits – Once Upon A Time In The West
4) Notorious BIG – What’s Beef
5) Old & In The Way – Land Of The Navajo
6) Robbie Robertson – Coyote Dance
When the full moon rises over the hills, Snyder runs from the drum circle into the ocean.
1) The Grateful Dead – Crazy Fingers
2) The Grateful Dead – Drums (Fillmore 04-29-1971)
3) The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Anemone
4) David Crosby – Music Is Love
5) Robin Pecknold (White Antelope) – Derwentwater Stones
6) The Band – Chest Fever
A magical black goat leads Skuki to her family.
1) Mac DeMarco – Dreaming
2) Devendra Banhart – Now That You Know
3) Medeski, Martin & Wood – Nocturne
4) M. Ward – First Time I Ran Away
5) Animal Collective – Sweet Road
6) Robin Huw Bowen – The Aber-Nant Waltz, The Dinefwr Waltz
7) The Moody Blues – Om
Mancos John is led to a cave full of Spanish gold by a band of honey hungry bears.
1) The Hillmen (Chris Hillmen) – Back Road Fever
2) Jimmie Rogers – Mule Skinner Blues
3) The Byrds – One Hundred Years
4) Railroad Earth – Black Bear
5) Doc Watson – Doc’s Guitar
6) David Grisman & Jerry Garcia – Jack-A-Roe
The military is attacking the capital and Lili wears her school uniform as pajamas.
1) Vince Guaraldi & Bola Sete – Little Fishes
2) Andrew Bird’s Bowl of Fire – Gris-Gris
3) Simon Garfunkel – Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall
4) Graham Nash – Military Madness
5) Fleet Foxes – Your Protector
6) Van Morrison – Brand New Day
Tucker takes a walk on Omaha Beach where the Americans meet the Germans.
1) Django Reinhardt – Tears
2) Woody Guthrie – The Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done
3) Staple Singers – Will The Circle Be Unbroken
4) Scott Peterson & Friends – Song for Grandmother
5) George Harrison – Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)
Local writer Chuck Greaves talks with KSJD's Tom Yoder about his latest novel "Hard Twisted", how the discovery of human remains in Utah inspired the book, and the challenges of writing literary fiction.