Eclectic

Tonight! Tune in live or via the archives for brothers in arms DJ Superbrush427 and Jeff Dubois of Attitudecity.

For all that is good in decent in these indecent times, don’t miss this.

From Gotham City and the Asphalt Jungle to Tahiti… and a Night at the Captain’s Galley.

Cuba dominates the first hour of Global Beat – then we go to the Mideast, upon hearing of Israel’s attack on the Gaza.

Tonight we filled the first hour with a bunch of new stuff, then shifted gears and filled most of the rest of the program with all Jamaican music. This has been an annual tradition for some time – doing an all Jamaican show in early November in remembrance of my late Jamaican father-in-law Robert. The new music included excellent releases from Soothsayers, Rod Anton & the Ligerians, Anthony B, U-Roy, Aldubb, Steve Steppa, and Sangue Bom. And the all-JA mix for Robert included: The Heptones & Sound Dimension, Niney the Observer, The Mighty Diamonds, Prince Buster & Lee Perry, Junior Byles, Augustus Pablo, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Burning Spear, Bunny Lee & the Aggrovators, Wingless Angels (feat. Justin Hinds), Desmond Dekker, Lloyd’s All Stars, Cherine Anderson, Omar Perry, Sly & Robbie, Jesse Royal, Don Corleone, Jackie Mittoo, Scientist, Barry Brown & U-Mike, Dillinger, Dennis Brown, Tony Tuff, King Jammy, Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus, and Oku Onoura.

Ryan O’Rourke, booker of the Turf Club for 8 years, joined Spin with Cyn, spinning favorite artists performing Turf Club in the past, and near future, plus a few surprises!

The second act of Honey West: Murder on Mars. Hollywood’s sexiest private detective goes undercover to investigate the death of a B-movie Queen in 1962. It seems like everybody has a motive. From the Audio Comics Company.
And Clang!, from Earbud Theater. Mom has a discussion with Dad about what he does for a living in his secret basement room. And while they are occupied, what are the kids doing?

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