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Episode #445: The Valentines Special

DJs Rambo Salinas and Bob Abrahamian along with Miguel Vargas, are spinning the rolas for our VDay special, in support of KFAI Presents: Valentines Day Heart and Soul Happening. Also, it’s KFAI’s We Love our Auto Clubbers Week, so tune into hear some love if you’re a member, or to join the party!

In honor of our “Auto Club” donors, a car-centric set of music leads into a return of Beatle-mania… another preview of the Eric Bibb show at the Dakota, Mon. Feb. 17… and more Olympic-influenced Russian & Georgian culture.

The good Doctor started the show in a Love Dub mode, with Valentine’s Day around the corner, while Swiss finished things off with part 2 of our annual birthday tribute to Bob Marley. Kicked things off with the excellent new Dubamix “Pour Qiu Sonne le Dub” album, playing the 1st track “Liberte I”. From there we got deep into love with “Love Letter Dub” from Katchafire (dubbed by Umberto Echo); “I Never Needed You More” from Victoria Moralez (ft. Mazwakhe Hlatshwayo); “Old Time Love” by Tour de Force; “Love Or An Illusion” from Mighty Mystic’s new “Concrete World” album; “Sea of Love” from Bandulu Dub vs. Isaac Maya; “Love Evahlastin’” from Dr. Echo & Solange St. Croix; and many more… Also, included a couple new tracks from City Cultured & The Breadwinners, Joe Driscoll & Sekou Koyate, Zebby Blax/Unitone Soundimentional, Asante Amen, and Aldubb (from the “Op’Ra Dub Style” album). Finally, StrangeDub played an excellent 9-track mix from Jah9 (and Rory StoneLove) called 9MM Message Music Vol.1

In the 2nd half Swiss concentrated on Bob Marley & the Wailers covers: “Three Little Birds” by Sean Na’auao; “Bus Dem Shut” by Marcia Griffiths; “I’m Still Waiting” from Delroy Wilson; “Dub Those Crazy Baldheads” from Lee Scratch Perry; “Soul Rebel” from UB40; and “Sun Is Shining” from The Selecter. More great stuff in Swiss’ mix from Bob Marley & the Wailers, I-Roy, Peter Tosh, The Skatalites/King Tubby, Jennifer Lara, Tsuyoshi Kawakami & his Moodmakers, and a few more.

The Valentine’s Day edition! DJ Ryan Bouchey and I spun sordid, silly and defiant love songs in celebration of that upcoming holiday some love, some dread.

Home Is The Hangman, by Roger Zelazny. A robot sent out into space returns to Earth, and one of its creators dies under suspicious circumstances. Are the two related? A classic science fiction novella from Sci-Fi Radio.

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