Eliza Blue was my in-studio guest this morning. She was joined by Mikkel Beckman of The Brass Kings for a live session.
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Deep-fried funk & soul opens the set ending with brand new singles from Timmion Records out of Helsinki. Next is downtempo instrumental funk from California, The UK, & Japan, followed by heavy roots reggae from I-Grade Records out of the USVI. New reissues of old-school Cuban Funk on Light in the Attic bring it to a close…
Ideasideshow and Other Amusements
Peter Rich shares conversations he has had with young local progressives from the Twin Cities on a broad range of subjects such as the arts, entertainment and the green economy.
The first 20 minutes consist of Nicaraguan music. The rest of the first hour is used to explore the connection Mexico-Ireland, mainly through the CD “San Patricio”, produced by Ry Cooder and Paddy Moloney (from “The Chieftains”) and issued just a few days ago. The last ½ hour includes Mexican music and the last 7 minutes have the reading of a small fragment from “Pedro Páramo” read by the author himself, Juan Rulfo.