World Music

9/3/2008 Echo Chamber

Tonight the doctors of dub returned to the twangy, camp sounds of the Dub Club Tiki Bar…as we pulled out all the fresh leftovers for part 2 of our Echo Beach end-of-summer special. More surf guitar, funky organs, James Bond, Ken Nordine, and Brazilian beats too. Ahh…but this week we mashed in a lot more dub as well…including part 1 of a fantastic mix from Tokyo Tower (put together specifically for our pal Terry C. at Echo Beach on WLUW).

9/2/2008 Corazon Latino

Homenagem a Dorival Caymmi da Bahia, Brasil / Homage to Dorival Caymmi, who memorialized in music his hometown of Bahia, Brazil and who departed this earth at 94 years of age.

9/2/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Lizz Winstead stopped by from 7:15 – 8am with news about her show, Wake Up World:http://www.wakeupworld.tv at the Parkway Theater, and music to share. You can catch Lizz’s show through Thursday, September 4th; performances each night at 7pm. Look for Ike Reilly, Billy Bragg, and other musical guests, along with Lizz and the congenial Wake Up World crew.

9/1/2008 Jet Set Planet

How to enter the 4th dimension in one easy step. Learn all about it on Jet Set Planet.

9/1/2008 The Shake and Bake Show
9/1/2008 Kinda Cloudy Radio

DJ Cozy Little of A HREF=http://www.kfai.org/node/82Rocket Ship Ska Trip/A navigates this 2-hour Kinda Cloudy adventure…

8/31/2008 Bonjour Minnesota
8/31/2008 Filipino American National News
8/31/2008 Encuentro

Canciones relacionadas al “Labor Day”. Don Carlos García y su hojita musical. Música de cantautores españoles. Un breve saludo de cumpleaños al compositor argentino Ariel Ramírez. Lectura de “Conducta en los velorios” del escritor argentino Julio Cortázar, en su propia voz.

(The Play List and the whole text of “Conducta en los velorios” is included within)

8/31/2008 Century Song

Today we listened to music in honor of the Republican National Convention. Music began with various tunes from Afghanistan including music of the Pashai (Le Chante du Monde), songs from the Shams Ensemble (Harmonia Mundi), Tribal music (Traditional Crossroads). This was followed by music from Iraq, including rythmic Muqams (Unesco), Rashid al-Qundarji (Al Sur), Amir El Saffir (own label), Rahim Alhaj (Smithsonian). This was followed by music from Iran, including music from Boushehr (Mahoor), Dutar music from Khorassan (Ocora), music from the Bakhtiari (Cassette), and music from Mazandaran (Mahoor).
We also heard songs from Dick Gaughan (Appleseed), Andy Irvine (Appleseed), and the Clash (Epic)

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