Latin flavored opening leads into the Sephardic. Blending shortly with Cabo Verde and other African countries, including Ethiopia, Egypt & Madagaskar. This program ends with two tracks from Joni Mitchell’s “Traveloque” and a preview of the Chicago AfroBeat Project.
Celebrating and highlighting three excellent record labels and some of their recent releases tonight. First off, the new Dubophonic netlabel just released their 3rd album and it is excellent — Zion Dirty Sound’s “Fils d’Abraham”. From African and Middle-Eastern sounds, to Cumbia, Reggae, and of course Dub, this album has it all….and it flows so nicely. Secondly, we debuted the new “Foundation Come Again” by Dub Club on Stones Throw Records. Brand new recordings of original tracks by reggae legends Big Youth, Prince Jazzbo, Josey Wales, Dillinger, Trinity, Lone Ranger, and more, pulled together by the Dub Club team of Tom Chasteen & Tippa Lee. Finally, we shined a light on the cool Boom One Records and featured 5 tracks, including the latest “Naw Give Up” from the Boom One Sound System and featuring General Coldhand. On top of this, we included a righteous rootical mix from Brian UncleFee Blackharmony entitled “Bullwackies Reggae Goodies Vol 2”. And finally, we continued our travels in outer space…following up our “Lunar Lunatics” special from last week.
We speak with Dean Koontz about his new novel Deeply Odd. He is the author of many #1 New York Times bestsellers, including the Odd Thomas novels, the Frankenstein novels and many other stand-alone novels. His books have been published in 38 languages and sold over 450 million copies to date.
In 2011 Paul Metsa hosted a series of concerts and interviews at the Music Box Theatre in Minneapolis. On this special night, renowned soul musicians Willie Walker and Willie West shared the stage for the first time—talking and singing in a rare live performance that sent chills through the audience. Produced by Monty Lee Wilkes and Nancy Sartor.
Romance… two stories about a romance, from different times, places, and styles. Two If By Sea, by Julie Hoverson and 19 Nocturne Boulevard. And that’s followed by September, September, by Brian Price, directed by Robin Miles at the NATF Workshop in 2012.