Eclectic

I have a mixup – for you to decode.  Today's playlist is actually the list from a week earlier.  If you found yourself here — you can find the Global Beat playlist for March 29 at the previous listing for March 22.  That's where I have placed 'THIS' week's listing.  So sorry.

We close Women's History Month 

focusing on the musical artistry of composer Dameun Strange

who is collaborating with literary artist Venessa Fuentes

to present the opera

"Mother King"

David Meece – Are You Ready?

David Astri – Safe & Sound

Lani Hall – Send In The Clowns

Bob James – Nautilus

Brian Bennett – Solstice

Jess Roden – Believe In Me

Pages – Clearly Kim (Dream Chimney Dub)

CSNY – Dark Star (Heavy Disco Edit)

James Walsh Gypsy Band – Bring Yourself Around

Maarit – Yhteen Kuulutaan

Bjorn Skifs – Jag Blundar Och Drommer

Carly Simon – Tranquilo (12" Mix)

Starbuck – A Fool In Line

Shakatak – Day By Day

Michael O'Neill (AKA Hank, Hank and the Skinny Three, Bad Thing) joined me in town from NYC for a recording session for his upcoming film and soundtrack project, The Bad and the Beautiful. He spun music over the years and favorites and stories the first hour. Local band Waveless joined the second hour, spinning from their forthcoming records, including the vinyl released on Joyful Noise Records via Lou Barlow, and favorites.

The Menace From Earth

A Robert Heinlein story whose title is a diversion from the real story. It’s about a young girl who is brought up on the Moon, and whose relationship with her boyfriend appears to be threatened when another teenager visits from the nearby planet. Produced by William Allen Rich and the Atlanta Radio Theater Company

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