Waitin for my Pocho What happens when you bring spicy pork tamales to KFAI? Engineer Sean says sayonara to his taste buds and we celebrate with some Cumbia Caliente by Jonny Chingas, Mazz, and Grupo Pegasso.
Mira Muchacha, Pochos also get down with reggae Didn’t Cha Know. Southern Califas represents with Umoverde, Sublime and Hawaii’s Pepper.
All the leaves are brown and we’re California Dreamin but Baby Don’t You Cry just Share My Joy. Sacatelo Bailando like Grupo Fantasma and get down like James Brown with Coldblooded.
And with Halloween behind us, forget the boogeyman and embrace the boogaloo as we make you Push, Push, Push with A Deeper Shade of Soul of Joe Cuba, Celia Cruz and Ray Barreto. Relax, sit back and listen. Do you and I’ll Do me for now, Until you come back to me.
They Sampled It! On this episode we go back back and forth and forth with the jams we love and the original songs they sampled.
Plus Thee Midniters, Four Tops, Banda Uniao Black, Juanes, Los Panchos and much much more. And a couple jams dedicated to Janet Jackson in preparation for our show at Galactic Soul Lounge on Wednesday 11/24.
1973 It’s 1973 on this episode of Radio Pocho and there’s Panic in Detroit. The Street Man is at the Right Place, Wrong Time. Valdez in the Country is out there with a Guaganco Te Dedico for Angie to Tell Her She’s Lovely. So Besame My Love and Stop, Look, Listen to your heart cause I Wanna Be With You.
1973 wasn’t just about Salsa Na Ma and a Primoroso Cantar. Dennis Brown might say It’s Too Late to reach Higher Ground but Watcha Gonna Do if there are Clouds in My Sunshine? Just Hang Loose and don’t be Evil. Sit back and Do the Strand cause Radio Pocho and 1973 makes it So Very Hard to Go
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