A Jazz World playlist for 06/30/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
A Jazz World
Air date: 
06/30/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
ANANDINIGHT IN TUNISIAA SONG FOR YOULAKE LADY MUSIC
MULGREW MILLERTHE SEQUELTHE SEQUELMAX JAZZ
SONNY ROLLINSTHE BRIDGETHE BRIDGERCA VICTOR
BETTY CARTERFEED THE FIRERADIO EDITSVERVE
DEXTER GORDONERNIE'S TUNEDEXTER CALLINGEMI
HERBIE HANCOCK AND CHICK COREALA FIESTAAN EVENING WITH...COLUMBIA
WYNTON MARSALIS/LINCOLN CTR JAZZ ORCHDINING CARBIG TRAINCOLUMBIA
NANCY WILSON/CANNONBALL ADDERLEYNEVER WILL I MARRYNANCY WILSON/CANNONBALL ADDERLEYCAPITOL
MOSE ALLISONI DON'T WORRY ABOUT A THINGI DON'T WORRY ABOUT A THINGATLANTIC
DAVE BRUBECKTHE DUKEJAZZ RED HOT AND COOLCOLUMBIA
MARK MURPHYBLOOD COUNTKEROUAC THEN AND NOWMUSE
KURT ELLINGAPRIL IN PARISTHE MESSENGERBLUE NOTE
RED HOLLOWAYNO TEARSHITTIN' THE ROAD AGAINJAM
DIANE SCHUURYOU CAN HAVE ITCOUNT BASIE ORCHESTRAGRP
ART ABRAMS SWING MACHINEBLUES ALLEYART ATTACKAYA
CLARK TERRY/BOB BROOKMEYERHAWG JAWZPOWER OF POSITIVE SWINGINGMAINSTREAM
MARLENA SHAWTAKE A BITESHAW BIZCOLUMBIA
JAZZ CRUSADERSYOUNG RABBITSJAZZ 60'SPACIFIC JAZZ
JON HENDRICKSAW, GALEVOLUTION OF THE BLUESCOLUMBIA
TONY BENNETTI GUES I'LL HAVE TO CHANGE MY PLANSCOUNT BASIE BANDCWP
NANCY KING AND GLEN MOOREHOUR OF THE POSSUMCLIFF DANCEJUSTICE
GORDON LEETURNERON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTSGLEEFUL MUSIC
MEL BROWN SEXTETTHE CZARGORDON BLEUGLEEFUL MUSIC
EDDIE PALMIERIVARIATIONS ON A THEMESUENOCAPITOL/INTUITION
DONALD HARRISONTWO-WAY POCKEY WAYSPIRITS OF CONGO SQUARECANDID
TOWER OF POWERYOU'RE STILL A YOUNG MANBUMP CITYWARNER BROTHERS

Jazz Lives! playlist for 06/30/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Jazz Lives!
Air date: 
06/30/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
roland kirkthree for the festivaljazz mastersverve
hans glawischnigrabbits racepanoramasunnyside
john coltraneafricaafrica/brassimpulse
mingus big band 93nostalgia in times squaremingus big band 93disques dreyfus
catalystain't it the truthmore gems32 jazz
eddie jeffersonfreedom jazz dance""
billy holidaydetour aheadbilly holidayclassics
stefan harrisgoneurbanusconcord 2009
sonny stittsonny's booksoul peopleprestige 1964
louis hayesst. peters walkmore gems32 jazz
jimmy witherspoon with groove holmescry the bluesspoon and grooverykodisc
stanton mooresquash bottomgroove alchemyconcord music 2010
sean jonesthe stormthe search withinmack ave. 2009
george craterrecord audiences & the encyclopedic criticsout of my headriverside
miles davisfran dancein person at the blackhawkcolumbia
trio beyondseven steps to heavensaudadesECM
thelonious monkjust a gigolothelonious monkprestige 1954
brown and roach inc.sweet cliffordbrown and roach inc.emarcy 1954

Pastures of Plenty playlist for 06/30/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Pastures of Plenty
Air date: 
06/30/2010

PLAYLIST: Pastures of Plenty
June 30, 2010, Wednesday, 5:30 to 7:00 AM
KBOO
Portland, OR: 90.7
Corvallis/Albany, OR: 100.7
Hood River/Columbia Gorge: 91.9
Host: Don Jacobson

Posted to: Folkdj-l
Webcast on  http://www.kboo.fm

(VA) = Various Artists.  All media are CDs unless otherwise stated.

Artist: "Selection" ALBUM TITLE [Label]

(VA) Will Geer: Excerpt from This Land Is Your Land "I Hate A Song That ..." A TRIBUTE TO WOODY GUTHRIE [Warner Bros.]
((Intro))
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Sandy Rothman/Steve Pottier: "In The Pines" BLUEGRASS GUITAR DUETS [Sierra]
((Music Bed))
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Ann Hills: "Pennsylvania" POINTS OF VIEW [Appleseed]

David Goodman: "Canyon Sunrise" LIGHT IN THE TUNNEL [Self]

3 Penny Acre: "I Ain't Blind" HIGHWAY 71 [Self]

Jenny & Billy: "I Saw A Man At the Close of Day" LONGING FOR HEAVEN [Jewell Ridge]

Gordon Bok: "The Beaches of Lukannon" OTHER EYES [Timberhead]
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The John Hartford Stringband: "Homer the Roamer" MEMORIES OF JOHN [Compass]

Si Kahn: "Hunter" COURAGE [Strictly Country]
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Robin Greenstein: "Come Al You Fair And Tender Maidens" IMAGES OF WOMAN Vol. 2 [Windy]

(VA) Geoff Muldaur & the Texas Sheiks: "The World Is Going Wrong" THINGS ARE COMIN' MY WAY [Black Hen]

Suzy Thompson & Del Rey: "Mongoose Hop" HEN PARTY [Hobeman]

David Rawlings Machine: "It's Too Easy" A FRIEND OF A FRIEND [Acony]

Mick Ryan & Pete Harris: "Voices From the Past" THE LONG ROAD [Wild Goose]
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Lisa Ornstein & Andre Marchand: "Quadrille de Ancestres/Quadrille des Laurentides" ONE FINE SUMMER'S DAY [Self]

Gabe McVarish: "Polkas" ECLECTION [Greentrax]

Lunasa: "The Shore House" LA NUA [Self]
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John McCutcheon: "Survivor/Well May the World Go" UNTOLD [Appalseed]

John McCutcheon: "Boys In Green" UNTOLD [Appalseed]
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The Haints Old Time Stringband: "Riley the Furniture Man" SHOUT MONAH [Self]

Red Molly: "Tear My Stillhouse Down" JAMES [Self]

Red Molly: "Wayfaring Stranger" LOVE AND OTHER TRAGEDIES [Self]
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Questions & comments are welcome.

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 06/29/2010

Program name: 
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Kush
Air date: 
06/29/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
NucleyaChandan Sa BadanHorn OK PleaseSaregama India Ltd.
KalotoneBhangra Glitch
GyptianHold Yuh (Major Lazer Remix)
Major Lazer feat. Nina SkyeKeep It Goin' Louder (Diplo Remix)
ShazalakazooA Fistful of Deutschmarks
Max PashmManea-K (Shazalakazoo 4/4 Remix)
Nic SarnoMana Wasa
Lady ChannSticky Situation (Toddla T remix)
Daniel HaaksmanJesus (Schalachthofbronx remix)
DJ MujavaMugwanti/Sgewjegweje (Schlachthofbronx Remix)
R.D. Burman w/ Asha Bhosle & Kishore KumarAa Dekhen ZaraRocky OST
Neil Nitin Mukesh & SunainaAa Dekhen ZaraAa Dekhen Zara OST
Delhi 2 DublinTommyPlanet Electric
SWAMIChing (Shiva Soundsystem's Mo-Flo Remix)53431
G-Town Desi feat. JaswantLok TathVIP Records Ltd.
Dark MC feat. Jaswinder DaghamiaChori Chori TaknaIncisive
Shinda Sureela & Miss PoojaBillo RaniNach Patlo
Gurmukh DowabiyaRabRupin Kahlon's Folk Addiction
Northern Lights feat. Master Saleem & Sim BanningPut Jattan Da BounceRe-LitOrganised Rhyme Ltd.
U Music f. Charanjeet ChanniEk JindThe Intro
NucleyaDisco DancerHorn OK PleaseSaregama India Ltd.
Shankar Mahadevan & Alyssa MendonsaUff Teri Adaa (Nucleya Remix)Karthik Calling Karthik OST
GunjanHum TumGoonj : Echoes from Gunjan
Minoo Purshottam & Gurdas MannLong Dha LishkaraPure Desi Vol. 3V.I.P. Records
Sunidhi ChauhanSajan BawreNa Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke OST
Balkan Beat BoxMarcha de la VidaBlue Eyed Black BoyNat Geo Music
Kulvinder Johal feat. Raman AujlaJohan BoliyanVIP Records Ltd.
Timbaland & Magoo f. Missy ElliottCop That Ish (Mentor remix f Juggy D)
Dhol Beat InternationalShounk Jattan DheAbsolute Bhangra Vol. 4
Dhol Beat InternationalDil Lagee (Hip Hop Version)Absolute Bhangra Vol. 4
TwinBeats feat. Bikram SinghTere Nain NashileyThe Sounds of PunjabVIP Records Ltd.
Malkit SinghChukdum ChukdumGal Sun JaOSA
AkalaYours And My ChildrenDoubleThinkIlla State Records
AkalaGod?DoubleThinkIlla State Records
Raxstar f. A. Dot & EnvyVeer ZaaraSpring Cleaning mixtape
Jay Sean f. Chipmunk, Skepta, Frisco & JammerStay (Boy Better Know remix)all or nothingJayded Records
Kami K.Code of the Gangster (Ya Ali)Streets of Bollywood 3`MovieBox
NucleyaBoom BoomHorn OK PleaseSaregama India Ltd.
M.I.A.JimmyKalaXL Recordings
M.I.AXXXO (Various remix)
David StarfireLoadBollyhood BassSix Degrees Records
EDU K feat. MARINAME BOTA PRA DANÇAR (CROOKERS EDIT)Man Recordings
K K, Shreya Ghoshal, Earl, Nitika KanwarMere NaalDo Not Disturb OST
Foji feat. Miss Pooja
Rana SahotaMeleneh Tu Nach Nach Lut LeKHADKE GLASSY
Pama Sarai feat. Rajwinder Kooner & Suman BhattiBoliyanMunde PunjabiPlanet Recordz Inc
Panjabi By Nature feat. the Dhol Foundation & Daljit MattuKaun Nee Jaandah
K.S. Makhan f. Roach KillaGood Luck Charm
ADH feat. Kuldeep ManakPut Sardara DeTaubah TaubahMoviebox
Jaz DhamiThor PanjabiJD - The Debut Album
Malkit Singh feat. Rishi Rich & Mumzy StrangerNach BilloBillo Rani

A special four-hour Anjali and The Kid show!

A Different Nature playlist for 06/28/2010

Program name: 
A Different Nature
Air date: 
06/28/2010

tonight's episode: "PHONOGRAPHY" and Found Sound Art -- Phonography, literally, is "writing in sound", but rather than just playing the original field recordings that "phonographers" collect, tonight we feature the creations of artists who took these sources (objects, wind, water, inventions) and recombined the sounds to include rhythm, melody and organized patterns (music). Inspired madness? you decide.

Produced by Danielle Parks - hosted by Danielle and daniel (of the A Different Nature Collective)

 Andy Hosch - Les Bicyclettes - from a recording constructed entirely of sounds from bicycle wheels, spinning or struck (how very Portland!) - excerpt -

Xerophonics - Matrix 12510-12 - from Xerophonics - 4:15

David Slusser
- Creaks - from Delight at the End of The Tunnel - 0:59
 here's a closer look at this work, Slusser's first album on Tzadik: http://www.furious.com/perfect/slusser.html
and here is an article about Slusser's amazing life (where your eyebrow will likely raise at least once per paragraph): http://articles.sfgate.com/2007-08-17/music/17255450_1_saudi-princess-ro...

Stomp - Waterphonics - from Orbitones, Spoon Harps and Bellowphones - 2:20

Raymond Scott - Backward Beeps - from Manhattan Research Inc - 1:05
       performed on Scott's "Circle Machine" - Around 1959, Scott designed and built the Circle Machine, a more compact electronic sequencer. Dr. Thomas Rhea, music synthesis professor at the Berklee College of Music, visited Scott many times in the early '70s and remembers the Circle Machine as "an analog waveform generator that was this crazy, whirling-dervish thing. It had a ring of incandescent lamps, each with its own rheostat, and a photo-electric cell on a spindle that twirled in a circle above the lights." Each bulb's intensity was individually adjustable, as was the rotation speed of the photocell. As the lights brightened, the pitch ascended. Arm rotation speed governed the rhythm. The lights could be stag-gered in brightness, and depending on the pattern, the tone sequence generated would change. The Circle Machine was capable of a wide range of unearthly sounds, as heard in numerous commercial jingles Scott recorded during the late 1950s and early 1960s (many of them are included on Manhattan Research Inc.). 
SPIN
: ''Paranoiac, visionary, misanthrope, and machine fetishist, the late composer Raymond Scott was also an electronic music pioneer and inventor geek who had Madison Avenue paying him to soundtrack its vision of postwar American futurism. The music on MANHATTAN RESEARCH INC. is both archaic and tres moderne. It reveals the fears and fantasies of a nation in boom-time denial. And Scott mischievously spikes almost every one with a dystopian mickey: could give a kid nightmares for years.'' (written by Senior Editor, Will Hermes) Check out more about Raymond Scott's Manhattan Research here:
    http://www.raymondscott.com/mripr.html

The User  - }.}@}.@.}@}. - from Symphony #2 for Dot Matrix Printers - 5:59
This is where Dot matrix printers are turned into musical ‘instruments’, while a computer network system, typical of a contemporary office, is employed as the ‘orchestra’ used to play them. The orchestra is ‘conducted’ by a network server which reads from a composed ‘score’. Each of the printers plays from a different ‘part’ comprised of rhythms and pitches made up of letters of the alphabet, punctuation marks and other characters. [The User] uses ASCII textfiles to compose, orchestrate, and synchronize sonorous and densely textured, rhythmically-driven music.

 Hans Reichel - For Those Who love Propellers - from Lower Lurum - 2:56
Hans Reichel's Lower Lurum is perhaps the record that introduced the world to his invention, the daxophone, a box playing a long, thin altered board that produces so many tones and sounds they are virtually limitless. Add to this Reichel's homemade guitars, which are truly exotic pieces of art as well as functional instruments, and you have an orchestra from another dimension. Which is what Lower Lurum is pretty much all about. Being subtitled as a "guitar and daxophone" operetta, in Reichel's mind there is probably a concept here. But that concept for the listener -- especially since there are no notes explaining what the "plot" of this operetta is supposed to be -- is tonal. Given how technical Reichel is about everything in the booklet, it is -- for those who've never heard Reichel's music -- shocking to hear its emotional warmth, depth, and humor. There is very little manipulation of sound with overdubs occurring in very few places, and even they are used sparingly. This is music that comes straight through the microphone without effects. In large part this is because it doesn't need any. Reichel's operetta and his music in general are more musical than music because they integrate the entire human being -- physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual -- into the way in which a composition or improvisation is executed and ultimately sounds. On Lower Lurum, Reichel has created a light body (or, from the Buddhist perspective, a rainbow body) of sound. Its clarity and spirit are one in the same, expressed as resonances from the heart through the hands and moving beyond them both into a sonic architecture that expresses emotions and thoughts that occur just beyond the field of language, and that achievement is far greater that the faculty of language this reviewer possesses. ~ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide

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Maryanne Amacher - Synaptic Island - from Sound Characters - 8:36

Maryanne was born in 1938 in Kane, Pennsylvania, to an American nurse and a Swiss freight train worker. Amacher left Kane to attend the University of Pennsylvania where she received a B.F.A in 1964. Subsequently, she did graduate work in acoustics and computer science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  While there she studied composition with George Rochberg and Karlheinz Stockhausen.

While in residence at the University of Buffalo, in 1967, she created City Links: Buffalo, a 28-hour piece using 5 microphones in different parts of the city, broadcast live by radio station WBFO. There were several other pieces in the "City Links" series, though many details are not yet known. A common feature was the use of telephone lines to connect the sound environments of different sites into the same space, a very early example of what is now called "telematic performance" and preceded much more famous examples of this by Max Neuhaus and others.

Her major pieces have almost exclusively been site specific, often using many loudspeakers to create what she called "structure borne sound", which is a differentiation with "airborne sound", the paradox intentional. By using many diffuse sound sources (either not in the space or speakers facing at the walls or floors) she would create the psychoacoustic illusions of sound shapes/"precense". Amacher's early work is best represented in the three series of multimedia installations produced in the United States, Europe, and Japan: the sonic telepresence series, "CITY LINKS" 1-22 (1967- ); the architecturally staged "MUSIC FOR SOUND JOINED ROOMS" (1980- ) and the "MINI-SOUND SERIES" (1985- ) a new multimedia form which she created, that is unique in its use of architecture and serialized narrative.

She worked extensively with the physiological (not psychoacoustic) phenomenon called otoacoustic emission, in which the ears themselves act as sound generating devices. Amacher composed several "ear dances" designed to stimulate clear "third" tones coming from the listener's ears. The subtitle of her first Tzadik Records album Sound Characters (Making the Third Ear) references these "ear tones".

"When played at the right sound level, which is quite high and exciting, the tones in this music will cause your ears to act as neurophonic instruments that emit sounds that will seem to be issuing directly from your head ... (my audiences) discover they are producing a tonal dimension of the music which interacts melodically, rhythmically, and spatially with the tones in the room. Tones 'dance' in the immediate space of their body, around them like a sonic wrap, cascade inside ears, and out to space in front of their eyes ... Do not be alarmed! Your ears are not behaving strange or being damaged! ... these virtual tones are a natural and very real physical aspect of auditory perception, similar to the fusing of two images resulting in a third three dimensional image in binocular perception ... I want to release this music which is produced by the listener ..."..so John Zorn did just that. Here is more about this unusual woman who lived in poverty in a house some called uninhabitable, and died just 8 months ago. http://www.newmusicbox.org/article.nmbx?id=6169

David Slusser - Turbines -  from Delight at the End of The Tunnel (Tzadik) -  2:34

Qubais Reed Ghazala - Silence The Tongues of Prophecy - from Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones - 4:51
Reed Ghazala is now known internationally as "The Father of Circuit-Bending", a self-discovered and amazingly simple electronic process of creating experimental musical instruments from pre-existing audio circuitry. Following Reed's writings, and without any prior knowledge of electronics, people everywhere are following this new art form, this new standard of audio exploration, and are designing their own fantastic instruments.
Reed's sculptural experimental instruments have been built for Tom Waits, Peter Gabriel, King Crimson's Pat Mastalotto, Faust, Chris Cutler, Towa Tei, Yann Tomita, Blur and many other interesting musicians. Reed's work has been covered and requested throughout the arts "underground" and the major media as well, including ABC Television, The Discovery Channel, MTV, Disney, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The L. A. Weekly, The Chicago Tribune, The Music, Wired Magazine, Option, Billboard, Time Out, Stereophile, The Smithsonian, The ReR Quarterly, Sound on Sound, Computers & Music, Japan's Sound and Recording, and many others. Reed's twenty-article series "Circuit-Bending and Living Instruments" is now being published and translated around the world. Along with many private acquisitions, Reed's work has found its way into the NYC Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim and the Whitney permanent collections as well as numerous other public galleries worldwide.
there's much more. check out this amazing website:

 http://www.anti-theory.com/bio/


 

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Ellen Fullman - Duration - from Staggered Stasis - 23:13
Over the last two decades, Ellen Fullman has been perfecting her Long String Instrument. This unique instrument of her own design is some 80 feet in length and played by literally walking through it. The resulting sounds are beautiful gliding tones with a rich harmonic content. Check out these pictures of it at her website: http://www.ellenfullman.com/Photos.html


Braaxtaal (w/Jaap Blonk) - Deutsche Lyrik -from Braaxtaal- 9:22
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Annea Lockwood - Breathing Machine - from 1973's Glass World -  2:35
 "I had started exploring glass sounds as a way of sensitising my ears to very fine sonic detail. But the glass gave me a greater gift: it completely changed my way of composing and of thinking about music itself."- Annea Lockwood, 2007
more about Glass World : http://meshes.blogspot.com/2007/07/annea-lockwood-early-works.html

David Slusser - Stamps - from Delight at the End of a Tunnel -  2:25

Tom Waits - Babbachichuija - from Orbitones, Spoon Harps and Bellowphones - 2:18

Annea Lockwood - Dialogue: Bottles & Jars -from Glass World - 1:45

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Ship Horn Symphony - You Tube - - 4:19

David Slusser - 60 Hertz - from Delight at the End of a Tunnel - 3:11



 

Portland General Eclectic playlist for 06/29/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Portland General Eclectic
Air date: 
06/29/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Steve EarleCity Of ImmigrantsWashington Square SerenadeNew West
moe.Seat Of My PantsSmash Hits Vol 1Fatboy
The Black KeysTighten UpBrothersNonesuch
Chris JossBackbeatin'Monomaniacs Vol 1ESL
The Hold SteadySweet Part Of The CityHeaven Is WheneverVagrant
Stanton MooreRoot CellarGroove AlchemyConcord Music group
Paul WellerWake Up The NationWake Up The NationYep Roc
Cadillac JonesRhythm MethodRhythm MethodSouth City
Mark EganRhyme Or ReasonTruth be ToldWavetone
David Hidalgo & Louie PerezCure Fore LoveThe Long GoodbyeBig Stick Research
Trombone ShortyHurricane SeasonBackatownVerve
Booker TPotato HolePotato HoleAnti-
JJ Grey & MofroMississippiCountry GhettoAlligator
GalacticCineramascopeYa-Ka-MayAnti-
Matthew StubbsMedford & MainMedford & MainBlue Bella
30dbBackboneOne Man ShowSci Fidelity
Disco BiscuitsKonkretePlanet AnthemDiamond Riggs
Phil Lesh & FriendsFranklin's TowerLove Will See You ThroughGDP
MokshaEasy AMammal Or Machine?Groove House
The ContributionWhich Way WorldWhich Way WorldSci Fidelity
Great American TaxiAmerican BeautyReckless HabitsThirty Tigers
Black PrairieBack AlleyFeast of The Hunter's MoonSugar Hill
Keller & The KeelsGet It While You CanThiefSci Fidelity
The GrascalsEverytimeThe Famous Lefty Flynn'sRounder
Tim O'BrienThe Sun Jumped UpChicken & eggHowdy Skies
Crooked StillYou Were GoneSome Strange CountrySignature Sounds
Jennie ArnauThe Sparrow & The GodsChasing Giants
Marshall ArtzSwamp StompKey
Wayward VesselWheeler CountyWayward VesselDram
Infamous StringdustersIt'll Be AllrightThings That FlySugar Hill

Folk Espresso playlist for 06/28/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Folk Espresso
Air date: 
06/28/2010
ArtistTitleAlbum
Dave Matthews and Tim ReynoldsCornbreadLive at Radio City
Joni LaurenceBowl of Raisin BranTrashbag Birdie
Rig the JigBarley and Grape RagPassing Through
Darol Anger with David Grier, Victor Wooten et aliaDown in the Willow GardenHeritage
Gillian WelchOrphan GirlRevival
Jinx Davis and the Sophisticado Swing BandSong of OregonSong of Oregon
Jean Ritchie and Doc WatsonPretty SaroJean Ritchie and Doc Watson at Folk City
Casey NeillThe Holy LandBrooklyn Bridge
Martin SimpsonPretty Saro / Long Steel RailLive at the Holywell Music Room, Oxford
Jane WrightSomebody SpecialSouthern Songs & Ballads
Hotpoint StringbandSwingin' on a Gate / Round II / Jerry Can DanceThe Road to Burhania
Harry ManxNine Summers LostBread and Buddha
Dawn LandesMorning SunStraight Lines
Greg BrownRailroad BillHoney in the Lion's Head
Jerry DouglasSenia's LamentLookout for Hope
Jon KoonceTrailer LoveIt Can Never Happen Here
Cannon's Jug StompersBig Railroad BluesThe Music Never Stopped: Roots of the Grateful Dead
Chris KokeshRisk My HeartOctober Valentine
Steppin' In ItThe Long HaulSimple Tunes for Troubled Times

Indian Country playlist for 06/25/2010

Categories:
Air date: 
06/25/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
BlackfireAmerican Indian Movement songThink Globaltime:1:30pm
WalelaI'll turn my radio onWalela1:35pm
Floyd Red Crow WestermanCuster died for your sinsCuster died for your sins1:39pm
WalelaThe WhipporwillWalela1:42pm
Buffy Saint-MarieMy country tis of thy people are dyingThe best of Buffy St. Marie1:54pm
Charle LittleleafTrail fo Tears/Amazing GraceAncient Reflections2:00pm
Floyd Red Crow WestermanThe land is your MotherThe Land is your Mother2:05pm
Johnny CashAs long as the grass shall growBitter Tears2:08pm
Charles LittleleafStick IndianAncient Reflectionas2:14pm
Johnny CashDrumsBitter Tears2:18pm
Michael BucherMountain top removalBelieve2:23pm
Stephen KakfwiChief Johnny CharlieNew strings on an old guitar2:27pm
Buffy St. MarieTake my hand for a whileBest of Buffy St Marie2:34pm
Charles LittleleafWho am IAncient Reflections2:36pm
WalelaCherokee Morning songWalela2:39pm
Various ArtistsEagle DanceAmerican Indian Dances2:51pm
Tha TribeHeart and SoulRound Dance songs5:54pm

Music Without Borders playlist for 06/27/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Music Without Borders
Air date: 
06/27/2010
ArtistTitle
LamumbaLove Is 50/50
Bejarano & Microphone MafiaDie Ballade der verhassten Liebe
Sisters KeepersLiebe & Verstand
Brothers KeepersOne Vibe One Flow
MartialCette Fille
!DelaDapLe Shin
Balkan Beat BoxJoro Boro
Balkan Beat BoxMexico City
KinobeSlip Into Something More Comfortable
NnekaFocus
NnekaWalking
SadeSoldier of Love
TribalistasTribalistas
Curumin F/Lino CrizzVem Menina
Curumin f/Lino CrizzOlhando De Lima Janela, No Centro Cidade
Dois Irmaos f/Mariana De MoraesE Depois...
CuruminTudo Bem Malandro
The Idan Raichel ProjectBrong Faya(Burn Fire)
Toufic FaroukhKaf skoon
Lobi TraoreTjounde
Nibs Van Der SpuyBeautiful Feet
Andrea MarqueeBalanco
Andrea MarqueeJuliana
DemocusticoVagalume
Ilhan ErsahinFly
Madioko & RafikaEllelli
AphronautInterlude

Astral Traveling playlist for 06/27/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Astral Traveling
Air date: 
06/27/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabelLink
Marc Moulin-PlaceboAriaPlacebo Sessions 1971-1974Counter Point
Sabicas- Joe BeckHand Claps-Flamenco RockSabicas Rock EncounterPolydor
Dizzy GillespieSoul TimeDizzy Gillespie Live -Sweet SoulGateway
CymandeBra(Danny Krivit-Remix)Louie Vega ChoiceMasters At Work
Ramsey LewisKufanya MapenziFunky SerenityColumbia
Remi KabakaBlack BeautyAiye-KetaAntilles
Ali Baba and Groupe MotiMiyihi MhaReturn To Your Rootskboo.org
Ali Baba and Groupe MotiKoten Soudou BabaReturn To Your Rootskboo.org
Ali Baba Livekboo.org
Ray BarrettoAbidjanHard HandsFania
Joe CubaSalsa Na MaCocinando La SalsaTico
Orquesta Revolution 70'Tiene SaocoSelf TitledUA Latino
Bassekou KouyateSegu BlueSegu BlueOut Here
LumumbaLove 50/50LumumbaA & M Records

Malian singer Ali Baba joins me in the studio with a quick interview and some African flavor.

His link is here. 1-323-812-4482

alikamiya.com

Domingos para Recordar playlist for 06/27/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Domingos para Recordar
Air date: 
06/27/2010
ArtistTitle
Joan SebastianSecreto de amor
Acapulco tropicalVicky
Rocio DurcalQuedate conmigo esta noche
Juan GabrielHacen bonita pareja
Los PanchosGema
Manolo GalvanTe quise te quiero y te querre
Estela NuñezReza por mi
Grupo AriesPrimera cosa bella
Sergio DenisTe llamo para despedirme
Estela NuñezMaldito sea tu amor
JosueQue triste es perder un amor
Leo DanPareces una nena
Leonardo FavioFuiste mia un verano
PimpinelaDimelo delante de ella
ZezinhoEstoy pensando en Dios
Los Hermanos CarrionMagia Blanca
La revolucion de Emiliano ZapataMi forma de sentir
renacimiento 74el viajecito
Punto 6Chiquilina
Cielo azulFueron tus lagrimas
Grupo ExodoHoy me hablaron tus padres
Ricardo CerattoLarga Distancia
Vaqueros del norteEl Huareque
Manuel TorrezHermosillo

Domingos para Recordar playlist for 06/27/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
Domingos para Recordar
Air date: 
06/27/2010
ArtistTitle
Joan SebastianSecreto de amor
Acapulco tropicalVicky
Rocio DurcalQuedate conmigo esta noche
Juan GabrielHacen bonita pareja
Los PanchosGema
Manolo GalvanTe quise te quiero y te querre
Estela NuñezReza por mi
Grupo AriesPrimera cosa bella
Sergio DenisTe llamo para despedirme
Estela NuñezMaldito sea tu amor
JosueQue triste es perder un amor
Leo DanPareces una nena
Leonardo FavioFuiste mia un verano
PimpinelaDimelo delante de ella
ZezinhoEstoy pensando en Dios
Los Hermanos CarrionMagia Blanca
La revolucion de Emiliano ZapataMi forma de sentir
renacimiento 74el viajecito
Punto 6Chiquilina
Cielo azulFueron tus lagrimas
Grupo ExodoHoy me hablaron tus padres
Ricardo CerattoLarga Distancia
Vaqueros del norteEl Huareque
Manuel TorrezHermosillo

World Beat Connection playlist for 06/24/2010

Categories:
Program name: 
World Beat Connection
Air date: 
06/24/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Mikey DreadYear of DecisionRasta in ControlDATC
Mikey DreadGroove CityRasta In ControlDATC
Corey HarrisYou Never KnowZion CrossroadsTelarc
Black UhuruHow Can I LieSpliff ReliefMesa
RastafariansSeek H.I.M.OrthodoxULC
RastafariansHold on Jah ChildrenOrthodoxULC
Dede Saint-PrixMi Se SaPlanet ZoukRhythm Safari
Phil ControlTelephone MwenL'Annee du ZoukDeclie
Mighty SparrowDead or Alive25th AnniversaryCharlie's Records
Mighty SparrowSave de World25th AnniversaryCharlie's Records
The Big FourWenzani UmoyaNext Stop SowetoStrut
Mahlathini & Mahootella QueensUmkhovuNext Stop SowetoStrut
Bobby MalingaAyingiqomangaAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
ArthurTsotsiAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
PuritySiya JaivaAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
Bolga ZohdoomahWaareebadaBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Bolga ZohdoomahSiekirieBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Bolga ZohdoomahNerebala SenaalaBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Yaaba FunkMe Nye Me DofoAfrobeastYaabaphone
Boubacar TraoreKavanaKar KarWorld Village
Boubacar TraoreBadialoKar KarWorld Village

A Categorized Program Not playlist for 06/24/2010

Categories:
Air date: 
06/24/2010
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Mikey DreadYear of DecisionRasta in ControlDATC
Mikey DreadGroove CityRasta In ControlDATC
Corey HarrisYou Never KnowZion CrossroadsTelarc
Black UhuruHow Can I LieSpliff ReliefMesa
RastafariansSeek H.I.M.OrthodoxULC
RastafariansHold on Jah ChildrenOrthdoxULC
Dede Saint-PrixMi Se SaPlanet ZoukRhythm Safari
Phil ControlTelephone MwenL'Annee du ZoukDeclie
Mighty SparrowDead or Alive25th AnniversaryCharlie's Records
Mighty SparrowSave the World25th AnniversaryCharlie's Records
The Big FourWenzani UmoyaNext Stop SowetoStrut
Mahlathini & Mahootella QueensUmkhovuNext Stop SowetoStrut
Bobby MalingaAyingiqomangaAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
ArthurTsotsiAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
PuritySiya JaivaAll the Hits Vol 3CCP
Bolga ZohdoomahWaareebadaBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Bolga ZohdoomahSiekirieBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Bolga ZohdoomahNerebala SenaalaBolga ZohdoomahArt Hurts
Yaaba FunkMe Nye Me DofoAfrobeastYaabaphone
Boubacar TraoreKavanaKar KarWorld Village
Boubacar TraoreBadialoKar KarWorld Village

 

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