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Xmas with Stephen Boferadi‏

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A Nog Family Christmas Featuring Snoop Nog!!

Tonight we hear brand new music from Lee Fields, JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound, Michael Kiwanuka, Adrian Younge & Venice Dawn, Liam Bailey & The Dynamic Set, and The Echocentrics. Also music from two new reissues: The Original Sound Of Cumbia compiled by Quantic, and Luv N’ Haight’s collection of classic soul from Mike James Kirkland & The Censations…

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In Gilberto’s absence, this program was hosted by Miguel Vargas.

Happy Holidays! Pete and Kendrick talk with Russell Toomey about his study on the health benefits of GSAs, Owen Keenan about his latest book, and Leigh Combs calls in to help extend Jessi Tebben, program coordinator of Out4Good, well-wishes as she retires.


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It was the Winter Solstice edition of African Rhythms with new music from Malamanya and Michael Kiwanuka, a set of blistering Cumbia from Colombia and a tribute to Cesaria Evora.

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End of the year: who’s been naughty & who’s been nice in 2011?

12/22 in a nutshell…
It’s Merry Skanksmas aboard the RSST, even if the string of Mutant Frogs tunes kicking off Hour 3 have diddly to do with the holidays, and same goes for Ob-La-Di, this week served up by the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble. Si Cranstoun (The Dualers) waxes eloquently about Miss Santa Claus, Hepcat turns in their New Years anthem Country Time (NOT about lemonade, btw), Derrick Morgan reminds us it’s alright to have a good time (heck, it’s mandatory!) and out on the slopes, it’s all about Gina… just ask Kid Creole (August Darnell). In the Voov, Sherwood recieved papayas and mangos from Shiina Ringo (yum!), the Wave Benders and the Crestriders went surfin’ ‘round Christmas Island and Takano & Tajima and Perfume gave us enough winter and snow to make up for the otherwise total lack of it up here in orbit. In the Ooh, Sir Lord Comic took us ska-ing up around the western North Pole, the Gable Hall School Choir revealed once again their cannibalistic designs on Santa Claus (good enough to eat!) ;^D and Tommy McCook reminded us all that The World Needs Love. Got it? Spread it. ‘Nuff said, and may the Santa you eat be made of pure dark, rich chocolate. Minty, perhaps!

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