The first 90 minutes explore the African heritage in the music of a number of Latin American countries. As promised for this new schedule, the last ½ hour is entirely dedicated to the Spanish language; today I’ll touch upon a few proverbs. The last 15 minutes will present a short story by the Argentinean Roberto Fontanarrosa.
Our first afternoon show under the new scheduling regime plus the return of Brother Tad to the airwaves! We take a sample of Milwaukee’s hot new export, Kings Go Forth, plus a listen to new song from Steve Cropper Felix Cavaliere. And RB versions of some fine showtunes!
Happy hunting on this week’s safari through the Rhythm of the Blue Beat with the RSST! You’ll hear the sounds of the North Coast when Lon Chaney’s not around. Do the wicked wish for a Devil’s Daffodil?
Dr. Ring-A-Ding stands between ‘em… and that’s just hour 1! Then, we find out in the 2nd hour that vibes can be either golden or silver, Dakhla has an oasis, and dreams have their very own street! Just watch out for those bees from Brazil and you’ll bee fine… In hour 3, a space-themed 4(+2)@4 is followed up by the spliff-themed Colliepop-of-the-week… the only one of its kind! Next time I put together a set like that, Prince Buster’s space program, a.k.a. Ganja Plant is going to figure into the mix somewhere.
Alright, who inhaled?