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Two hours of Contemporary Soul, Funk, Disco, Afrobeat including brand new tracks from Aloe Blacc, Big Joe Louis with the Soul Investigators, Chico Mann, Hidden Orchestra, Radio Citizen…

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The first hour includes Andean and Venezuelan music, a small homage to the Uruguayan José Carbajal, “El sabalero” (who passed away on October 21), and music from Michoacán, Mexico. The third ½ hour is a homage to the Spaniard poet Miguel Hernández in celebration of the 100th anniversary of his birth. The literature segment presents “Luvina”, by the Mexican author Juan Rulfo.

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Host: Leigh Combs

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11/4 in a nutshell…
Hour 1 hops, skips and jumps from pre-Wailers Marley (early Beverleys stuff) to pre-YMO Hosono (J-Ska from ’76, y’all) with a pre-Rocksteady Stop That Train and Don Drummond’s pre-mortem Memorial as stops along the way. It’s the pre-Sherwood’s Planet set!
Speaking of Mr. Funn, he finished some Cozy Cole business started 2 weeks ago (Topsy I II) by playing the little-heard Turvy I and Turvy II. 3 spooky surf bands, 3 Suns, and some Good Old Progressive Jazz later, we had an Alcatraz Peace Pipe, some Funk Rings, Mooncussers (air-safe, y’all) and more mid-‘70s Harry Hosono magic. The Cap’n and Cozy came back honoring an old request for some Aggrolites as part of a Ska Bands Do Reggae 4@4, and Ernest Ranglin’s Lollie-of-the-Week was sung ably by Alana Davis… and just before The End, Mr. Trouble meets The Munsters!

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