What You Don’t Know
Host Patricia McKee and guest Jim Taylor, filmmaker and satirist, present a discussion of nonpartisan politics from a satirical frame as the nation’s political conventions draw near.
Canciones relacionadas al “Labor Day”. Don Carlos García y su hojita musical. Música de cantautores españoles. Un breve saludo de cumpleaños al compositor argentino Ariel Ramírez. Lectura de “Conducta en los velorios” del escritor argentino Julio Cortázar, en su propia voz.
(The Play List and the whole text of “Conducta en los velorios” is included within)
Today we listened to music in honor of the Republican National Convention. Music began with various tunes from Afghanistan including music of the Pashai (Le Chante du Monde), songs from the Shams Ensemble (Harmonia Mundi), Tribal music (Traditional Crossroads). This was followed by music from Iraq, including rythmic Muqams (Unesco), Rashid al-Qundarji (Al Sur), Amir El Saffir (own label), Rahim Alhaj (Smithsonian). This was followed by music from Iran, including music from Boushehr (Mahoor), Dutar music from Khorassan (Ocora), music from the Bakhtiari (Cassette), and music from Mazandaran (Mahoor).
We also heard songs from Dick Gaughan (Appleseed), Andy Irvine (Appleseed), and the Clash (Epic)