Steely gets groovy with a two-hour all-vinyl set of Modern Soul, Jazz Funk, Afro Disco, and Boogie tracks. Featuring Les McCann, Morris Wilson, LeRoy Hutson, Rickey Calloway, Orchestre du Bawobab, Makonde, Creme D’ Cocoa, T Connection, Chuck Brown (RIP) & more…
This program presents Cuban music, Sones Jarochos and Eugenia León, from Mexico, and Argentinean “milongas”. The literature segment presents the fourth (and last) part of “Aura”, by Carlos Fuentes, read by the author himself.
More music Farru would have recommended, plus another segment of Magda Olson's interview with Farru. To see a video of the entire interview with English subtitles, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_ZAIKU_zwg
The Mississippi River was dubbed “messippi” by the Ojibwe Indians of Northern Minnesota. The fourth largest river in the world, its headwaters begin at Itasca State Park and flow into the Gulf of Mexico from Louisiana. Covering more than 2,000 miles in 31 states, the Mississippi has been the creative inspiration for American legend and folklore, including Mark Twain’s “Huck Finn.” In this documentary, producers Flor Trevino and Peter Frey explore how young people are rediscovering this majestic landmark. With original music by the Okee Dokee Brothers, this project is part of the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.