The National Lawyers Guild
Members of the local Guild present a discussion of basic and progressive changes needed in the structure of the current political and economic systems, with a focus on the Republican National Convention in St. Paul.
Today during the first hour we listened to Aruna Sayeeram, one of South India’s most popular singers. This was a concert from the Indian Music Society of Minnesota’s archive. The concert was fron 24 May 2003 and was recorded, mixed and edited by Dan Rein.
The second hour began with Hot Gypsy music from the latest release by Romania’s Taraf de Haidouks (Crammed), that was follow by Khen music from Southern Laos by Molam Lao (Nimbus), and then music from Cholly, a Touareg musician from Algeria (Al Sur), and then Iran’s great Ney master(flute), Hassan Kassa’i (Kassa’i music), and then an Uzbek sufi text sung by the great Monajat Yultchieva (Ocora), then a bit of Irish music from the Brock McGuire Band, then music from locals, Dark Dark Dark (Blood Onion Records), and then a tune from the new release by Irish masters, Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill (Green Linnet), and finishing with Cape Breton great, Jerry Holland (Odessy Records).