Roots

Today we began with a folk tune from Czech’s, Chorea Bohemica (Supraphon), that was followed by a guitar tune from Shawn David McMillon’s Catfish recording (Tompkins Square), then a tune from the great French composer and organist, Olivier Messiaen (EMI), followed by ancient Japanese polyphony, Gagaku (king records), and Japanese Shakuhachi (Music of the World), a Mongolian tune for the horse head fiddle (Inedit), a Tibetian chant from Lama Tashi (Spirit Music), another tune from Messiaen, Sicilian brass band, Banda Ionica (Dunya), the hour was finished off with a tune from Musica Bohemica (Supraphon).

In the second hour we heard a suite of tunes from Masters of Persian Music (M.R Shajarian, H. Alizadeh, K.Kalhor, H. Shajarian-World Village) in Dastgah Nava, We also heard a couple of tunes from guitarist, Davy Graham (Topic), a tune from locals, Roma di Luna, and Dark, Dark, Dark.

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Gospel Xmas and traditional Gospel music for the upcoming Holiday.

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This was our annual Christmas show.

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Thanks to Tony Paul (aka the Trinidaddy of Shake and Bake Mondays 1PM – 3PM ) for hosting this edition of Radio Antilles. Check out the Shake and Bake page here:http://www.kfai.org/node/45

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Just when you thought you had heard everything on the Echo Chamber, we put together a show that included 6 orchestras, Louis Armstrong (twice, plus 1 impersonation), Duke Ellington Count Basie, and an exclusive mix (from TurnTableTerrorist) in which the latest track is dated 1933. On top of this craziness, we did a bit of Reggae Christmas – with Yellowman, T.S.P.O., and What A Wonderful World (both the new Orb remix, and the reggae version from Stingers ATX and Sledge).

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