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11/21/2012 Modern Kicks

In the spirit of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, Sean pulls himself away from the intense process of calibrating his new TV to share with you another two-hour set of great music.

Put down those mashed potatoes and check out this exciting two-hour set of new music — including new songs from LITTLE CUTS, LA SERA, BIG SURR, KELLY STOLTZ and YO LA TENGO!

11/21/2012 Echo Chamber

Another avalanche of new and reissued roots & dub tonight… Starting out with the excellent new “Radio Space EP” by Felipe Lopez (Ape Choons); followed by the excellent new double-CD “One Love, One Life” from Beres Hammond (VP Records); and the new live album “Throw Down Your Arms” from Professor (aka Harrison Stafford) on the Soulbeats label. Also new tonight: a fun new single called “CriminaLove” from the Twin Cities’ own Irie Sol; Adrian Sherwood’s new “Survival & Resistance” album; the fine “Red Shadow Landing” release from All India Radio; Busy Signal’s new dubwise release “Reggae Dubb’n Again” (VP); Soothsayers “Human Nature” album on Red Earth; the nice “More Spiritual Riddim” compilation (Soul of the Lion); Richie Phoe’s cool “Thriller Dub 2012” single (Balanced); the “Temple Riddim EP” from Bass Culture Players; the Frikstailers’ “Guacha EP” (ZZK); plus more new releases from Beats Antique, Jah Wobble & Keith Levine, Chatta, and Collie Buddz. On top of this, the good folks at VP Records (actually, it was my pal Zack) sent fresh new reissued releases from Keith Hudson and Barry Brown, plus the 2010 reissued release of Alpha Blondy’s “Cocody Rock”.

11/21/2012 The Morning Blend
11/21/2012 Democracy Now
Tiokasin Ghosthorse: First Voices Indigenous Radio

Please join Laura Waterman Wittstock on Wednesday, November 21, 2012 as she talks with Tiokasin Ghosthorse is from the Cheyenne River Lakota (Sioux) Nat

11/21/2012 Stone Soup
11/21/2012 Global Beat

Topic: Peace, reconciliation, & understanding. And — gratitude around the world

11/21/2012 Freewheelin'

Tribute to Dave Ray (Koerner, Ray & Glover) who passed on away Thanksgiving 2002. Paul Metsa stopped by with his new release. Music included Dave Alvin, JJ Cale, Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook, Blue Rodeo, Tom Petty and our weekly segment by Flo & Eddie. To review the playlist and listen to the archives, click “Episode Details”.

11/21/2012 House Party
11/21/2012 Free Speech Radio News
11/21/2012 Listening Lounge
11/21/2012 Art Matters
11/21/2012 MinneCulture

Xonxaro Baro: Gypsy Love Show
Produced by Daniel Zamzow & Nancy Sartor

Xonxaro Baro means “the great trick.” This live performance of the Gypsy Love Show at Amsterdam Bar and Hall features music by the Bourgeoisie Bohemians—Balkan and Gypsy performers with a touch of French circus—with storytelling by Tansy Undercrypt. Also included are three recordings by Gypsy Mania from their self-titled release, including “Butterfly,” “East Hennepin” and “Blues de Paris.” Gypsy Mania is Glen Helgeson (guitar), Gary Schulte (violin), Reynold Philipsek (guitar/vocals), Jeff Brueske (acoustic bass), Michael Bissonnette (percussion) and James Allen (guitar).

11/21/2012 Radio Pocho
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Wednesday, November 21, 2012