Another avalanche of new and reissued roots & dub tonight… Starting out with the excellent new “Radio Space EP” by Felipe Lopez (Ape Choons); followed by the excellent new double-CD “One Love, One Life” from Beres Hammond (VP Records); and the new live album “Throw Down Your Arms” from Professor (aka Harrison Stafford) on the Soulbeats label. Also new tonight: a fun new single called “CriminaLove” from the Twin Cities’ own Irie Sol; Adrian Sherwood’s new “Survival & Resistance” album; the fine “Red Shadow Landing” release from All India Radio; Busy Signal’s new dubwise release “Reggae Dubb’n Again” (VP); Soothsayers “Human Nature” album on Red Earth; the nice “More Spiritual Riddim” compilation (Soul of the Lion); Richie Phoe’s cool “Thriller Dub 2012” single (Balanced); the “Temple Riddim EP” from Bass Culture Players; the Frikstailers’ “Guacha EP” (ZZK); plus more new releases from Beats Antique, Jah Wobble & Keith Levine, Chatta, and Collie Buddz. On top of this, the good folks at VP Records (actually, it was my pal Zack) sent fresh new reissued releases from Keith Hudson and Barry Brown, plus the 2010 reissued release of Alpha Blondy’s “Cocody Rock”.
We speak with Steve Glischinski about his new book Minnesota Railroads: A Photographic History, 1940-2012. He is a correspondent for Trains Magazine and organizes railroad photography charter trips and the Railfan Weekend at the Lake Suerior Railroad Museum. He is the author of several books on railroading.
Cory Wong Quartet at the Artists’ Quarter Jazz Club
The Cory Wong Quartet performs at the Artists’ Quarter Jazz Club in downtown St. Paul. The band features Cory Wong, Kevin Gastonguay, Andy Schuster and Zach Schmid. Songs in this segment include “Pougkeepsie,” “Flee” and “One/October Snow.”
Parenting Without Power Struggles:Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids While Staying Cool, Calm, and Connected
Imagine life without drama, meltdowns, and power struggles. Most of us know what to do when our kids behave. But let’s face it: family life can get downright crazy, and it’s at those moments that we most need to keep our cool.
Family therapist Susan Stiffelman has shown thousands of parents how to be the cool, confident “Captain of the ship” in their children’s lives. Based on her successful practice and packed with real-life stories, Susan shares proven strategies and crystal clear insights to motivate kids to cooperate and connect.
Emily Krumberger stops by to share music. Listen also for an interview with a local teen on his family’s experience with loss and the immigration system, World Exposure w/ Cher Dial, an interview with Greg Pahl on energy, an excerpt of the Overcoming Racism Conference Keynote speaker Rose Brewer, and an interview with David Schultz on money in politics.
Detectives – The conclusion of Honey West: Murder on Mars, from the Audio Comics Company. And we continue the detective theme, and celebrate the 46th Birthday of the Firesign Theatre, with The Further Adventures of Nick Danger, Third Eye.