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1/24/2013 In Your Ear
1/24/2013 Rocket Ship Ska Trip

1/24 in a nutshell…

Buy ‘em by the sack! Clue J & the Blues Blasters, accompanied in all likelihood by Nyahbinghi hand-drumming legend Count Ossie, feed us “The Slider” from way back in 1962… and after half a century, it STILL hasn’t gone stale! (Talk about yer “pre-ska-vatives”… ) Also in the “Ooh”: “Pound for Pound #1”, a Carlos Malcolm & the Fireburners lost-decade ska/funker from 1970 (there was also a “Pound for Pound #2”, the same tune slowed-down and more heavily accentuating the funk in the groove)… some earlier Malcolm doing a ska “Ghost Riders”, both sides of a Roy Richards 45, “Maureen” and “Contact”, and Little Darlin’ (name of the artist! The song was “No One”)… The Blues Blasters bookend the “Ooh” with their “Marjie”, just before Sherwood takes over with two “January” tracks from what he has dubbed “calendar” albums, Emil Richards’ Stones and Psychedelic Percussion by Hal Blaine, respectively, followed by another “Margie”, this one by Buddy Morrow. That’s followed up by Margie, the singer… Margie Rayburn, that is. Tommy Dorsey and Warren Covington’s 45, “Satan Takes a Holiday”, a Wrong-Speed Special from a couple of weeks back, actually gets spun at 45 this week… sounds great at both speeds! “Mangos”, a Rosemary Clooney/Perez Prado collab we’ve played here before, gets the instrumental treatment from the (Francis) Bay Big Band. By the way, I should mention the fact that I have Shiina Ringo and her shady nuke ;^) to thank for hipping me to this song. She sings her non-album track “Superficial Gossip” this week. The Home Stretch got off to a classy start with Trio Esperanca’s high-gloss “Meu Bem Lollipop”… Of The Week. Thanks, GotchaSKAvered! There were 5 Mutant Frogs in a row at 5 (not 5:05), some Jamaican-grown lounge/exotica from the likes of Cecil Lloyd, Kes Chin, and better-known Tommy McCook and Roland Alphonso, and “electro-swingers” Parov Stelar with the very ska-like “Dandy…” I’m looking for more of this electro-swing… tune in, and stay tuned!

1/24/2013 The Morning Blend
1/24/2013 Democracy Now
1/24/2013 Northern Sun News

Diana Johnstone – French-based journalist, author Fool’s Crusade; Yugoslavia, NATO & Western Delusions
Topics: Slippery Slope to US Intervention
Jean Bricmont – Belgium physics professor , author Humanitarian Imperialism: Using Human Rights to Sell War

1/24/2013 The Dakota Dave Hull Show
1/24/2013 African Rhythms

New music from Maria Isa & Adriana Rimpel, Ballake Sissoko and the Hot 8 Brass Band; vintage classics from Oliver de Coque, Gregory Isaacs and Tony Allen plus more record store discoveries on today’s show.

1/24/2013 Blueslady's Time Machine
1/24/2013 Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

Kristina puts together another grab-bag of sorts – a show of singers who were either her blind dates (CDs copied and given to her by friends) or whom she casually picked up (from a shelf in a music

1/24/2013 The Rockhouse
1/24/2013 BELOWtheWASTE
1/24/2013 Splice-Free
1/24/2013 Free Speech Radio News
1/24/2013 Disabled and Proud
1/24/2013 Fresh Fruit

Pete Gokey looks at the US Supreme Court’s upcoming review of the federal Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Prop 8. Phil Duran of OutFront Minnesota and Amy Bergquist of the Advocates for Human Rights provide explanations, analysis and insight into the cases.

1/24/2013 Encuentro

This program presents music to chase “tiricia” (glum, sadness) (and cold!) away.

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1/24/2013 Kinda Cloudy Radio

Tarik Thornton joins Steely for an all-vinyl set of Funk, Latin Funk, Breaks, & Northern Soul. Features tracks from African Music Machine, Booma Rockers, Chico Hamilton, Orquesta Dee Jay, Diamond Joe, Bill Moss, Dynamite Sheenie, The 13th Amendment, The Herculoids & more…

Thursday, January 24, 2013