An all-vinyl set of deep-barreled Blues, Funk, Salsa, Cumbia beats… featuring the music of George Freeman, Baby Huey, Little Ann, Zapata, Orchestra Harlow, Afrosound, Black Sugar, Max B, and many others…
The first hour of this program presents music from Argentina and Uruguay as well as some examples of “canciones de lucha”. The second hour includes music from Paraguay and from Northern Mexico. The literature segment presents the first part of a dialog on literature with the Nobel Prize Mario Vargas Llosa.
DJ Baby Swiss goes solo…as Dr. StrangeDub overslept and missed the show. An amazing mix of old and new that was described by the dubmaster The Technician as “F#$%@#@ Great!” The big cheese for the night threw together some Skatalites at Tubby’s, Steve Turre, Voodeux, Otto von Schirach, Subatomic Sound System, Amadi featuring Bunny Rugs, and more, culminating in a John Brown’s Body track, Ghost Notes, going out to some newly-minted ghosts… victims of Col. Gaddafi’s war on his own population.
Due to a computer error, mp3 archives for this broadcast are not available. The problem has been addressed and will resume as normal for next week. The Real Audio Archives are still available to listen to.
Due to a computer error, mp3 archives for this broadcast are not available. The problem has been addresses and will resume as normal for next week.
The Real Audio Archives are still available to listen to.
Corazon Latino plays some music dedicated to some of the current struggles for liberty in Libya, Tunisia, and the Hunger Strike for Human Rights in Venezuela…plus, from the other side: details of the Cuban Film Festival in Minneapolis……..y mas!