Roots

Mary Gauthier interview, plus lots of new music by the likes of Eric Burdon, Son Volt, Boz Scaggs, Deadstring Brothers, Howlin’ Brothers, Jim, Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside, Wayne “The Train” Hancock, Jesse Dee, and The James Hunter Six. Plus older stuff by Flo & Eddie, Hot Tuna, Kevin Ayres & Soft Machine, Steve Forbert & The Rough Squirrels, Ramsay Midwood, and Fred Eaglesmith, and the ever-popular “more”. Click “Episode Details” to see the full playlist of songs we played. Plus, you may also link into the archive of the show from there.

Starting out in East Africa with Waaberi, also Senegal & Mali before hearing from Algeria and onward.

Music Host: David Cummings
News Host: Mike Fischbein
Producer: Flor Frey

So much new dub…so little time. Another boatload of new music: the fine new album from Junior Culture (Dan Dada Records); Bombay Dub Orchestra’s club-wise “The New York Remixes” (Six Degrees Records); Bomba Estereo’s cool new “Elegancia Tropical” (Soundway Records); Akasha’s sublime new Into the Web (on Dubmission); and more new material from Trevor “The Technician” McKenzie, Red Star Martyrs, Yeyo Perez/Puppashan, Dub Caravan, DU3normal, La Yegros, Bandulu Dub vs. Krusseldorf, Sorian, Addis Pablo, Suns of Dub, Phoniandflore, Jashwa Moses, and Bonobo. And that was just the first half of the show… DJ Baby Swiss was “Pourin’ Dubbles”, playing two-fers from greats like Desmond Dekker, Dean Fraser, the Skatalites, Aston “Familyman” Barrett, Tommy McCook, and Big Youth. And rounding things out we included Mayd Hubb, Infinite Third, Impact All Stars, Etana, Martin Zobel & Soulrise, Rebelution, Terakaft, i.rebel meets Dub Dragoon, Fedayi Pacha, David “Fathead” Newman, King Tubby/Jacob Miller, and more…

This week’s show was pre-empted by day long Black History Month programming. Play list will return next week.

Womenfolk takes a week off and makes way for special Black History Month shows!

Today's Morning Blend was preempted by KFAI's Black History Month programming.

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