6/16 in a nutshell… OOPS! The 4@4 shoulda had Zap Pow’s Wild Honey in there somewhere; the set was instead bookended on both sides by Tommy McCook’s The Watergate Affair! Oh, well… as good an excuse as any to begin the show’s description with an Oops, right? At least GotchaSKAvered came out as planned_ Bad Manners treated us to their take on Exodus. Mr. Review also brought Tarzan kicking and screaming into the ’80s, and Natty Bo delivered a double-shot of Ska Cubano. Working backwards, Sherwood B. Funn sampled papayas and mangos a la Rosemary Clooney and Shiina Ringo (straight from the Shady Nuke!). Sometime during the oldies hour, a UFO crashed in ’47. It was one of ours… happens a lot around here. ;^)
This program is a rebroadcast of our second show, an homenaje to our local treasure, flamenco singer María Elena La Cordobesa. The show features an interview with the late La Cordobesa and different sections of various flamenco masses.
“They Sampled It” On this episode of Radio Pocho we feature special guest indigenous actor/musician Gary Farmer. We also bring you our favorite Hip Hop cuts and the original songs they sampled. Find out what’s going on this weekend at KFAI and around the Twin Cities…oh and the “Pocho” word of the week sponsored by Ese the Cholo clock.
Tonight we debuted the new Kevin Kinsella album “Great Design” (out on ROIR 6/28) – an excellent, eclectic mix of reggae, alt-folk, and rock. Also new tonight: the “Fire In The Hole Meets Zion Train” EP (Universal Egg); “General Smiley meets McPullish at Dub Cove” (Charlie’s); and more from Prince Blanco, AB2G, Lee “Scratch” Perry (with Bill Laswell), Jaja Matsimela, and Turban.