May19Sunday: 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Sundays, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Dennis Darrah brings a concentration on music from around the world with particular attention to Indian Classical (both Hindustani and Carnatic), Gamelan (Balinese, Javanese and other forms of Indonesian music), Middle-Eastern classical, ritual and folk traditions, African folk, ritual and Afro-pop music, the many sufi traditions and variants thereof.
Also music from East Asia: Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia. And such other traditions as Tuvan throat singing, Tibetan overtone chanting, and music from the Central Asian countries.
The last half-hour of the show is open to almost anything:
From Bali to Mali, from Sun Ra to Moondog, from Miles electric to Jon Hassel eclectic, from James Brown to Holy Modal hoedown…
Trance-Formational Listening Playlists: http://www.spinitron.com/
May19Sunday: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Hosted by Mr 3M, alternating Sundays, 12:30-3pm (Alternating with Spirit and Song)
Hot Air offers home style comfort music for most tastes. Our Menu will cover many genres of music: from Lightnin’ Hopkins to Count Basie; from Elvis to (Dave) Alvin; with unique blending of sound-spices from around the world covering a wide array of 20th and 21st century musical tastes. Your host is Mr. 3M.
May19Sunday: 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Hosted by Ken Feld Sundays, 5:00-6:30pmCome along with me on this musical journeyWe’re going on the Lost HighwayI don’t know where we will end upBut along the wayI promise I will playOnly music I like(and hope you like it, too)Could be jazz blues rock folk world soul -It is a mixBecause music is what we need to take us thereAnd we don’t need no stinkin’ labels or categoriesSo take a trip with meOn the Lost HighwayDon’t know where I’m goingBut when I play my tunesI always find my way back homeListen to the Lost Highway:
May19Sunday: 7:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Prison Radio’s mission is to challenge unjust police and prosecutorial practices which result in mass incarceration, racism, and gender discrimination by airing the voices of men and women victimized by an unjust criminal justice system. We believe that when a person’s humanity is recognized, the public is able to make more informed choices on the direction of public policy. We do this by bringing their voices into the public dialogue on crime and punishment.
Our radio broadcasts help spur the public to examine core issues that create crime and heighten disenfranchisement. Our educational materials serve as a catalyst for public activism, strengthening movements for social change. Prison Radio’s productions illustrate the perspectives and the intrinsic human worth of the more than 7.1 million people under correctional control in the U.S, and those not served by the justicesystem.Categories: Public Affairs
May19Sunday: 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
Hosted by Charles Rossell, alternating Sundays, 7:15PM – 9PM
u-Nameit could be about anything on any given Sunday. I do however tend to get into month-long themes. Every Febuary I play only black artists and activists, every March I play only women artists and activists. About once every six weeks I do an interview — call-ins welcomed! u-Nameit accepts and encourages requests of all kinds. On u-Nameit, you, the listener, are almost always able to determine the content of the show (if you so desire).
Blues, rock, hip-hop, country, Afro-beat, international, jazz, and folk are all featured on u-Nameit, with an ear often towards new releases. With luck I will warm up the listeners for the always excellent music program that follows as Jesse French closes out the weekend!