Tarik joins us in the studio for a nice set of all 45’s, featuring tracks from Señor Soul, Sisters Love, Jean DuShon, Walter Hamilton, The Delights Orchestra, Deloris Early, John Ellison, Billy Sha-Rae, Joey Gilmore, The Seven Souls, The Gifts, and more…

This program presents Inti-Illimani, from Chile, various examples of Andean music, tangos and folkloric music from Argentina, and songs about Mexico City by the classic Chava Flores. The literature segment presents a text by Paco Ignacio Taibo II, from Mexico.

Mexican Wrestler’s masks to be given away as a Pledge Drive gift

Play List

Kendrick Davies & Jeremy Brezoven

Soulforce’s “Equality Ride”

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Chen-Fu Liao – Mobile Accessible Pedestrian Signals

We debuted new tracks from the Touré-Raichel Collective (great new acoustic music from Vieux Farka Touré and Idan Raichel), Céu and Mo Kolours on today’s edition of African Rhythms. Along the way we made time for classics both well known and obscure from Alton Ellis, Orlando Julius, Mbilia Bel and Edzayawa. 2 hours with Brad and Charlie.

3/22 in a nutshell…
Real gone, man! Plus a peppering of Ska-Like from the likes of Frankie Ford and Duke Ellington, some Caltone reissues, and an unannounced back-to-back comparison of pre-Wailers Marley (Do You Still Love Me) and Derrick Morgan’s strikingly similar-sounding take on “By The Light of the Silvery Moon”, title shortened to “The Moon”. Past the “Ooh”, Sherwood B. Funn fills the Zero-G with everyone from Terry Snyder to David Carroll, from Zavier Cugat to Milton Banana… and he can’t resist some Ska when it’s Giuliano Palma doing Bond… James Bond! A Mutant Frogs set makes up the 4(+1)@4, Billie Tam straight outa HK’s gotchaSKAllipopped, and the spirit of King Stitt (r.i.p., King, we’ll miss ya!) chimes in. The Big ‘C’ claimed him on Jan. 31st, and we’ll mount a proper tribute next week… stay tuned.