Music

11/13/2008 The Rockhouse

Why even have a Library of Congress if they aren’t preserving the crucial work of guys like T-Bone Walker? Fortunately, they are! This week we celebrate the recently-announced inclusion of Stormy Monday in the select list of preserved recordings by the LoC. Also a tribute to recently deceased Miriam Makeba and a listen to three tracks from the just issued for the first time 1966 last album by Little Willie John!

11/13/2008 Rocket Ship Ska Trip
11/13/2008 In Your Ear

Tonight is a preview of some of the vinyl that you can find at the record sale.

11/12/2008 Scandinavian Cultural Hour
11/12/2008 House Party
11/12/2008 Global Beat

The Brass Messengers and Fellini music open this episode which includes Tibetan chanting, Poncho Sanchez and Toumani Diabate before concluding with a tribute to Miriam Makeba, Mama Africa.

11/12/2008 Stone Soup
11/12/2008 Rockin' In Rhythm

A veteran’s day show. Plus some songs from Clyde Mchatter, Lavern Baker and Cornell Gunter.

11/12/2008 Echo Chamber

Another typical Echo Chamber mix of roots, dub, and eclectic fun. Brand new dub from Volfoniq; Eating Betty’s excellent new Every Spoil a Dub; the latest roots classic Jah Is Real from Burning Spear; the fine new Nostradamus album from Winston McAnuff; a new Lucky Dube restrospective (on Ryko); and the cool
roots vibe of See-I’s Mean Joe Green.

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