Tonight we followed up on our “Golden Jubilee” special from last week with lots more Jamaican artists – including Horace Andy, Gregory Isaacs, The Gladiators, Jimmy Cliff, Dubtonic Kru, G.G. All Stars, Sly & Robbie, Bunny Lee & the Aggrovators, The Skatalites, and more. This also included part of an Alton Ellis tribute mix originally aired on On The Wire at BBC Tadio Lancashire. But that just got us started… Also tonight we featured a number of new releases – including Steve Steppa’s excellent Zohar Inspired Dubplates, the new Dub Colossus “Dub Me Tender – Vol. 1+2”, the Volume EP from Empresarios, and the self-titled album from Dub Majestic.
We chat with John Coates, author of The Hour between Dog and Wolf: Risk Taking, Gut Feelings, and the Biology of Boom and Bust. Kirkus Reviews describes it as "an in-depth look at how financial risk-taking is linked to human biology, especially to the testosterone levels of young male traders, and the implications of this phenomenon for financial markets and the wider economy." If you want to understand how we think, this book goes a long way toward explaining it.
What happens when the deep dark secrets of past emotional and physical traumas resurface as physical manifestations like migraine headaches, undiagnosable fainting spells, chronic constipation, and even cancer?
The case histories in Body Talk NEVER Lies is sure to leave an embossed memory with the listeners just as do the subconscious events that haunt each of us– possibly one of the case reports shared will resonate with situations in your life!
Health Notes shares an important conversation with Natalie Davis about how the way we are holding on emotionally is making us sick.
Venezuelan program of social organization and community development based on the collective practice of music through symphony orchestras and choruses, and the efforts to implement similar programs in Minneapolis and throughout the United States.