Jazz

After a first hour fairly evenly split into sets of original, 2Tone, and 3rd-era ska, Sherwood B. Funn visits Monster Island (among other stops on his itinerary) The Cap’n Cozy’s 4(+2)@4 travels around the world and winds up back in Jamaica where Ska was born, and we’z gots Lollipop this week, courtesy of someone named Gizzelle!

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DJ Steely, from Kinda Cloudy, sat in and gave us an awesome mix of jazz, and funky stuff, from Cannonball Adderley, to Sharon Jones, to Shawn Lee Clutchy Hopkins.

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What a show…I had more tickets to give away than Ticket Master and more gigs to talk about than Gig Master. Plus a telephone interview with Harmonica master James Cotton.

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The Spoken Word Special brought to you by Brian and Mike!

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the electrifying Eddie Harris

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Tonight’s program pays homage to the musical tradition coming from the African Diaspora, beginning with Nigerian Master, Babatunde Olatunji, to Cuban pianist, Omar Sosa, and Brooklyn-based Afro-beat, Antibalas. Afro-Peruvian classics and the hypnotic music of Fela Kuti conclude this program of healing music and spirituality, dedicated to the people of Haiti.

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We reprise our Ska-Doo-Dee-Don mix in the first half-hour, Sherwood drops a couple by Thelonious Moog (yes, Moog) in Hour 2, andwe have a 4(+1) of Ladies Of Ska (and then some!) kicking off Hour 3! Our remaining supply of Lollipops seems to have fallen into a black hole, so we may hold off on ‘em for a few weeks. We had some Skapanese fun with Rico the TSPO, Rockin’ Rumico A Million Bamboo, and some Mule Train. Tarzan checked in (thank you Mr. Review!), the Moon Invaders had their house blown down by Katrina, Little Tempo shook it up (baby!) and we all had fun(n) ‘til The End. Wheeeeee!!

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