Eclectic

Another week with tons of new releases! Kicked off the show with a cool track from Nehualyome Dub off the new compilation “Mexico – Waves in Amplitude” (on Dan Dada). Followed this up with new music from AMJ meets RSD, Thievery Corporation, The Resonators, The Hempolics, Eter Dub (from the album “In Da Name of Jah” on Dubophonic), Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad, Zeb (“Noel Dub” from the release “Dub Carols” on Rhythm & Culture), Tribal Realities (the track “Darkness” feat. horror novelist Deno Sandz), Kabanjak, and the Vibronics, plus 2 from “Los Nuevos Sonidos de Siempre (Cassette Blog 6th Aniversario)”, including our good friends Piper St. Sound! On top of all this new music, we played an eclectic mix featuring Grant Phabao & Horace Andy, Dub Spencer & Trance Hill, Jah9, Culture, Black Uhuru, Ackboo, SXtheMadArtist, Dub Syndicate, The Revolutionaries, Little Tempo, Protoje, The Drastics, Jah Wobble, DJ Baba James (Whetzel), The Jamaicans, Matumbi, and more… Finally, I finally played a fun new station-ID jingle from Jazz’min Tutum & Onedeck Pete (aka Madtone). What a show!

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The airing of this episode on December 6th was hampered by technical problems. Re-broadcast is scheduled for Tuesday, December 20.

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Manchild – Especially For You

Ace – How Long

Young Gun Silver Fox – Distance Between Us

Player – Baby Come Back

Randy Crawford – Look Who's Lonely Now

Bill LaBounty – Look Who's Lonely Now

Roger Voudouris – She's Too Cold

Stevie Woods – Fly Away

Deep Purple – Space Truckin' (warning: not smooth – played by emphatic request)

Pablo Cruise – Whatcha Gonna Do (Disco Mix)

James Taylor – Your Smiling Face

Holker Family – Hawaii's Great But We Love Minnesota (warning: heavy skips)

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In The Embers

Part 1 of the feature length audio play from the Great Northern Audio Theatre.  

A song, a pressed flower, and the sound of two girl’s voices recovered from a burned wooden beam by using a laser to read its charred surface like the grooves of an old 78rpm record. These are the clues that archaeologist, Digger Morgan, discovers while working on a routine Maryland plantation dig. 

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New music from Brazil, North Africa, Romania, and more!

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