World Music

This program presents Inti-Illimani, from Chile, various examples of Andean music, tangos and folkloric music from Argentina, and songs about Mexico City by the classic Chava Flores. The literature segment presents a text by Paco Ignacio Taibo II, from Mexico.

Mexican Wrestler’s masks to be given away as a Pledge Drive gift

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We debuted new tracks from the Touré-Raichel Collective (great new acoustic music from Vieux Farka Touré and Idan Raichel), Céu and Mo Kolours on today’s edition of African Rhythms. Along the way we made time for classics both well known and obscure from Alton Ellis, Orlando Julius, Mbilia Bel and Edzayawa. 2 hours with Brad and Charlie.

Kristina plays soleares and nothing else. They are heartwrenchingly rendered by some of the greatest flamenco voices in history.

Rhiana Yazzie & Vaughn Lodge from New Native Theatre speaks about their upcoming production, “Raven Stole The Sun”.

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Dubbing and clubbing around the world again in the Echo Chamber…with new releases from: Original Bass Foundation, DJ Cris Macumbadub, Trevor “The Technician” McKenzie, Midnite, Stand High Patrol, Dubsalon, Anthony B & Subatomic Sound, Erykah Badu/Adi Dick, and more. Also new tonight was the “Listen to the Music” Caltone Records archive compilation on Pressure Sounds.


Tonight’s program features an interview with Kiratiana Freelon, a young author who has written a “Travel Guide to Black Paris” with various, self-guided walking tours, both historical and modern, with references to present-day African and Carribbean restaurants and black neighborhoods.

Bienvenida a La Primavera! Welcome Spring!Que Viva la Musica!


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