This program includes Virginia Rodrigues and Mônica Salmaso, from Brazil, as well as Astor Piazzolla with a Brazilian touch; music from Paraguay and Mexico and examples from “Continuación”, the latest CD by Isabel Parra. The literature segment presents the initial pages of “Los detectives salvajes” by the Chilean Roberto Bolaño.
“Woman del Callao: Susana de Leon” On this special episode of Radio Pocho we welcome immigration attorney and local sheroe Susana de Leon. Susana provides us with some of her favorite cuts by Pablo Milanes, Silvio Rodriguez, Juan Gabriel and David Zaizar.
We also boogie on down to Nightlife Unlimited and “Get off” with Ray Parker Jr. Lastly, Prince leaves us wondering “Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad.”
PLUS the “Pocho” word of the week.
In addition Susana provides us with some of her favorite cuts by Pablo Milanes, Silvio Rodriguez, Juan Gabriel and David Zaizar.
Nicollet Island is the only inhabited island in the Mississippi River, and this leafy Minneapolis oasis has attracted a colorful crowd: gilded-age tycoons, train-riding vagabonds, hippies, and well-known musicians have all called the Island home.
In the first of this two-part documentary, producer Jessica Folker explores the Island’s more distant past, beginning with its days as a safe place for expectant Dakota women.
Christopher and Rushika Hage—a resident couple whose love for the Island spawned two books on its illustrious history—offer stories about mosquito-plagued pioneers, murderous maids, beer caves, and disastrous events that affected the entire city.
Talk about a ton of new music! Tonight we premiered the excellent ambient/electro “The Marginal Rules” from Master Margherita, and played new material from Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Copia Doble Systema, Longman, Webcam Hi-Fi, Kevin Kinsella, Don Corleon, See-I, Utivo Provisor, Bandulu Dub meets Pop-I, Heavy Tin, Miracle Fortress, and I.vette. There was also the new compilation “Wadada presents Pass It On chap. 1”. Finally, we kicked off the summer mix series with the Elemental Dubs Mix from Culture Cuts.
Tonight, there is an all-music program. First, some music about summer: the sun, biking, flowers and gardens. Then, we’ll hear a mixture of old and new from artists from France and various French-speaking countries.