World Music

This program includes music from Cuba, Brazil, Mexico (via Milwaukee), and Spain: Pedro Luis Ferrer, Mônica Salmaso, Latino Arts Strings Program & Mariachi Juvenil, and Paco de Lucia. It also includes music around “Sensemayá” (canto para matar una culebra). The literature segment presents the 1st part of the 1977 conference by Jorge Luis Borges about “La divina comedia”.

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Susana di Palma talks about the good fortune that came from her appendicitis, and Kristina plays traditional pieces by Paco de Lucia.

On this episode of Radio Pocho, DJs Miguel Vargas and Brandon AllDay showcases Latino Hip-Hop music producers/beatmakers, and the music they sample to create their art.

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Previewing visits by Nigerian Big Band – Egypt ’80 with Seun Kuti and a rare visit from flamenco guitar virtuoso Paco de Lucia from Espana. Also excerpts of a phone interview with Seun Kuti.

Holy smoke Batman, what a smokin’ show… And so many new sounds in the mix. New releases from Khayo Ben Yahmeen, J Boog, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Céu, 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, Creation Rockers, Mystica Tribe, Subforms & Zizz (on deepindub), Yabass Yabba Radics, Inky Jack (on Dubbhism), Ital Roots Players (remix), Emel Mathlouthi, The Toure/Raichel Collective, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, and still more… And then there was the Beats Antique set…following their radically good show in Minneapolis!


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It’s an all-music program tonight. During the first half of the program, the classic singers of French

“chanson” are featured, with some of the older classics mixed with the not-so-old classics. During the second half, songs both old and new are highlighted, all of them inspired by classical music.


Celebrating Latin Jazz


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