A mix of pieces Kristina promised to play and cante with Lorca lyrics surround more of Kristina’s and dancer/producer Debra Elias’s conversation about the knitty-gritty of producing a flamenco show. For info on reserving tickets to Debra’s Oct 7 and 8 show at Intermedia Arts, CLICKHERE:http://www.dedanza.org
“Wil-Dog of Ozomatli” Yo yo yo wait a minute…wait a minute….on this episode of Radio Pocho we feature special guest Wil-Dog of the group Ozomatli. He hits us with a special guest set of music including: The Clash, Public Enemy and a nice Mexican banda cover of Bob Marley’s “Is This Love”
Wil-Dog talks to us about balancing the creative process of a large band like Ozomatli, traveling the world as cultural ambassadors for the State Department and an upcoming children’s ablum.
Additional music by Radiohead, Ocote Soul Sounds, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool & the Gang, Zo! & Phonte, y mucho mucho mas…
Another crazy mix of music tonight – including a bunch of new tunes and some items intended for last week’s Echo Beach special, like Senor Coconut, Tito Puente, Paul Haig, Cal Tjader, and 11 Acorn Lane. New releases include Vincenzo Cipollone’s excellent Far West; the heavy new Virtual Dub 4 compilation from Manwel T and friends; and the strange but good Vampire Slayer album from Denja (on Atlanta Street). More new material in the mix from B.Riddim, Zion Train, Goapele (with the sexy Play single), Digitaldubs, Vieux Farka Toure, and Ras Amerlock.
Sharon Kay Penman calls in to talk about her novel, Lionheart, the critically acclaimed story of Richard the Lionheart, the accomplished and controversial son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Carla Hagen also joins us to talk about her debut novel, Hand Me Down My Walking Cane. Set in a small town on the Minnesota border with Canada during the 1930’s Prohibition, it follows a young man sent there to photograph the poverty of his childhood neighbors. Carla Hagen is also the co-host of KFAI’s Corazon Latino.