Absolutely enormous set of Funk 45s as a href=http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hotpants-Rare-Soul-Funk/159670344060069Hot... Rare Soul Funk/a brings special guest Joe Cristando (NYC) to the studio to trade sets with Steely. Features scorchers from Liz McCall, Bo Jr., Lee Moses, Sir Guy, Billy Ball The Upsetters, Dayton Sidewinders, Walter Washington The Soul Powers, Milton The Thrillers, Larry Ellis The Black Hammer many more…
This program includes Soledad Pastorutti, from Argentina, Vallenatos, from Colombia, a few classic interpreters from Venezuela, some old Mexican songs and Caetano Veloso, from Brazil. The literature segment is dedicated to the Mexican poet Renato Leduc.
Starting off with a percussive blast from Trinidad, today’s African Rhythms on KFAI careened around the globe, tracking musical influences and trends that completely disregard borders. The show features a vintage 70’s Afro-rock set, taking in cuts from Cymande, Blo, Mandrill and Santana, plus much more.
Dueling Granainas and Miles Davis playing a Saeta sandwich a snippet of conversation in which guitarist/composer Ben Abrahamson and Kristina talk about the mix of creativity and technique required to present a successful piece of music or dance.
Nick Ashford Dedication On this episode of Radio Pocho we bring you music by the late great Nick Ashford, one half of the talented songwriting duo of Ashford Simpson. We also welcome special guests Audio Perm, in to talk about their first ever Audio Perm Block Party.
Another ton of new dub and other funky music tonight – including Rolling Lion Studio’s House of Dread (Renegade Media); Playing For Change’s PFC2; and more from 11 Acorn Lane, Baby Arm Sound System, 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, Jesse Royal, Dubkasm, Yabass, Amenta, Nakedi, Luisa Maita, Grace Jones, A Man Called PJ, Digitaldubs, and more. Also tonight, a short mix featuring Pale Rider and Phase Selector Sound System. And another short ON-U Sound mix featuring Little Axe, Creation Rebel, and Singers Players.
Thanks to Louise Dillery who subs for Caryl tonight and M.J. Gilmore who is the engineer.
Tonight recalls the Liberation of Paris with music of the period and an eye-witness account by Louise, who was there celebrating and taking cover behind a statue of a lion, as Nazi snipers made a last stand.