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Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt
Van Ronk, Dave : Sunday Street
Young, Steve : Rock Salt and Nails

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Tons of new stuff in tonight’s Echo Chamber, including Zion Train’s new Live As One (Universal Egg:http://www.wobblyweb.com/zt/liveasone.html), the Vieux Farka Toure remix album UFOs Over Bamako (Modiba Productions:http://www.modiba.net/index2.html), and the re-released The Seven Voyages of Captain Sinbad (Greensleeves:http://www.greensleeves.net/bio/biogCaptainSinbad.html). This show is dedicated to all those killed and injured in the 35W bridge collapse – which occurred the same day this program was broadcast.

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Do you wanna’ JUMP children? then this was the place to be! 2 hours of honking, pounding, jump blues from 1949 – 1954. Listen in and get an idea of one of the foundations of where R-N-R came from.

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Big thanks go to Steve and Heidi from DEMO:http://www.demomn.org/ for getting up early on Tuesday and celebrating local music and Patti Smith. DEMO in conjunction with the Hennepin Theatre Trust:http://www.hennepintheatredistrict.org/ present Patti Smith at the State Theatre Monday, August 6th. Also very big thanks to Andy who put together a great show while I was out of town, including a tribute to beloved poet, teacher and artist Sekou Sundiata. Hug your loved ones.

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Today we began with music from Bohemia with a folk ballad by Musica Bohemica (Supraphon), and followed with music from Epirus, Greece by the Halkias Family Orchestra(Ethnic Folk Arts), and then two tracks from the French Canadian group La Bottine Souriante (Mille Pattes), Gamelan music from the Vilage of Pengosekan, Bali (Vital Records), Sufi music from Iran by Shahram Nazeri and his tanbur ensemble (Quartertone), Kamencheh music from Lorestan (Mahoor), and a set of slides by Sean O’Driscoo (Castle View).

In the second hour we had Gypsy jazz music with in studio guests, Honeysuckle Rose. We also heard a couple of tracks from their CD (www.honeysucklerosemusic.com). We finished with Ethiopian Spiritual music by Yilma Woldemedhen.

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