Roots

1/30/2008 Stone Soup
1/30/2008 Echo Chamber

Tonight’s highlight was the Turkish Delights mix which included the debut of the new Istanbul’s Secrets (Collision) from Up, Bustle Out, along with the excellent Istanbul: The Sex, The City, The Music album from Petrol Records…

1/29/2008 Dig Up The Roots

Conversations around Django Reinhardt, great music live guitar by Robb Henry. Sweet…

1/29/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

We started our Carnival celebration a little early, in anticipation of the celebration around the world and Mardi Gras the next week. Minneapolis gets its Carnaval on this coming Saturday, February 9th, at Trocaderos. Visit Robert Everest’s web site:http://www.roberteverest.com for more information!

1/28/2008 Freewheelin'

Thanks to Mikkel Beckmen for coming on as our guest this morning. He brought along some great music, including the brand new one by The Brass Kings entitled Washboard Rope Guitar

1/28/2008 Good Noise
1/27/2008 Womenfolk

Celebrating the brief thaw with hot new releases, special dedications and requests!

1/27/2008 Century Song

Today we listened to music from Provence by Patrick Vaillant, Renat Sette, and Bijan Chemirani (l’empreinte digitale), then Japan’s Yoshida Brothers on shamisen (dana), instrumnental music from Cambodia (Celestial Harmonies), music from India’s great Ravi Shankar (Columbia), followed the great dutar master from Northeast Iran-Khorassan, Hadj Ghorban Soleimani (Silkroad Images), Music from Martin Simpson, David Hildago, Viji Krishnan and Puvalur Srinivasan (Water Lily), India’s great Shenai master, Bishmillah Khan (Classic music-India).

In the second hour we had Polish bagpiper Blanche Krbecek. We also heard music from Tim O’Brien(Sugar Hill), gypsy music from Macedonia’s Kochani Orkestar (Ryko), and a number of tracks from the new release by Mozaik (Andy Irvine, Donal Lunny, Bruce Molsky, Nikola Parav, and Rens van dar Zalm) (Compass).

1/27/2008 Songs Of Praise
1/26/2008 Good 'N Country

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