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11/15/2012 In Your Ear

A big thanks to Jean & Ron of the GREATLY missed Radio Rumpus Room for filling in for me on such short notice! Once again the bugs going around the school have gotten the best of me, so a big thanks to Jean and Ron for filling in on short notice. Great show! Listen many times…

11/15/2012 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

11/15 in a nutshell…

Let’s work this thing outward from the middle (Sherwood’s Planet) this week, just because… you just know it’s a Town Without Pitney when you’re hearing Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass do Gene’s famous song, kicking off a whole string of tunes with “town” somewhere in the title, followed up by a batch of tracks with actual names of towns (Atchison, Topeka, Santa Fe, New York, Calcutta, etc.) in their titles! The psychedelically percussive Hal Blaine’s November selection is “Wiggy”, and YMCK’s “Kira Kira” is delightfully frantic. Back in the “Ooh”, speaking of frantic, how ‘bout The Angels’ hypercaffeinated “Jamaica Joe” for openers? Perhaps a couple of Dr. Don Drummond’s “Dew Drops” will mellow things out… Skipping over into The Home Stretch, GotchaSKAvered is conspicuous by its absence this week (two Monkey Men next week, we promise!) and the 5@5:05 had its 2nd consecutive single-label feature… 5 cuts culled from a series of v.a. releases on the SKANK label, reissued by Dojo. Long-term Ska fans might remember these: Licensed to Ska, Ska for Ska’s Sake, and 10 Commandments of Ska. The 10 were expanded to 15 for the cd reissue, and the cd reissues are what we brought. Earlier in the Stretch, Moon Hop did not cover David Bowie; instead they wrote their very own “Under Pressure”, and it sounds mighty fine to us here at the RSST. ‘Til next time, Tune In… and Stay Tuned! More on that next week!

11/15/2012 The Morning Blend

DJ Izzy from the Pop Shop joins the Morning Blend, playing pop tunes in preparation for tonight’s Monkees’ show at the State Theatre.

11/15/2012 Democracy Now
11/15/2012 Northern Sun News

reg Pahl – Author & energy Organizer
Topics: Power from the People: how to organize, finance and launch local energy projects
Alan Woods – Speaker on Marxism
Topics: Art & the class struggle

11/15/2012 The Dakota Dave Hull Show
11/15/2012 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show
11/15/2012 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

Listen to a show from April of 2012 with some early recordings by Paco de Lucia and an superb excerpt from an interview of Susana di Palma talking about the trials of the making of her last product

11/15/2012 African Rhythms

Highlife from Ghana, Township jazz and jive from South Africa, voices from Cape Verde and beyond are all part of the musical mix on today’s show.

11/15/2012 Blueslady's Time Machine
11/15/2012 The Rockhouse
11/15/2012 Free Speech Radio News
11/15/2012 Disabled and Proud
11/15/2012 Fresh Fruit

Hosts: Dixie Treichel & John Townsend

Guests: Peter Beard, Theatre Coup d’Etat; Maggie Scanlan & Alice Fredrickson, Nightpath Theatre
& a ticket giveaway to the 40th Anniversary Choreographers’ Evening 2012

11/15/2012 Encuentro

This program presents music from Brazil, music on and about trains, and music, “corridos” (ballads) and stories from the Mexican Revolution.

Play List

11/15/2012 Kinda Cloudy Radio

Awesome opening set of Contemporary Funk, Afro Beat, & Cumbia, then vintage sounds from Africa, Brasil, & Jamaica. Features tracks from Menahan Street Band, Shawn Lee, Chico Mann, Los Miticos del Ritmo, Ondatropica, Jungle Fire, Bell’a Njoh, CK Mann & His Carousel 7, Mulatu Astatke’s Ethiopian Quintet, Jorge Ben, Burning Spear, Linval Thompson, The Congos, & more…

Thursday, November 15, 2012