Dinotopia, Part 2, from the illustrated novels by Jim Gurney. The Reign of Doug, by Brian Price, in which an old college housemate comes for a visit which everyone dreads because he used to be the local dealer.
Helen Electrie Lindsay joins us in the studio to talk about Written on the Knee: A Diary of the Greek-Italian Front of WWII.
In the second half of the show, J. Otis Powell! and Bill Cottman talk with William Cleveland about his book Art and Upheaval: Artists on the World’s Frontlines. William Cleveland will be reading from Art and Upheaval Tuesday, December 9th, at 7:30 p.m. at Common Good Books in St. Paul.
At the end of the show, Michael Spam Hall reads a few seasonal poems about union suits and politics.
Another typical Echo Chamber mix of roots, dub, and eclectic fun. Brand new dub from Volfoniq; Eating Betty’s excellent new Every Spoil a Dub; the latest roots classic Jah Is Real from Burning Spear; the fine new Nostradamus album from Winston McAnuff; a new Lucky Dube restrospective (on Ryko); and the cool
roots vibe of See-I’s Mean Joe Green.