Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from April 21, 2007 Options

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Options April 21, 2007: A La Radio

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Big Guitars from Texas  Breaker   Options I've been using this one CD for almost 20 years on WFMU as my intro; I rotate tunes, though I favor some more than others-- like this one 
Dafnis Prieto  Conga en Ti   Options Cuban-born drummer now lives and works in NYC; check him out 
Cubanismo  Meta y Guaguanco   Options Yosvany Terry, who now plays with Dafnis Prieto, was a member of Cubanismo-- a band based on the music of the great Aresenio Rodriguez 
Coco Lagos  Descarga Yala Yala   Options From a collection of Peruvian boogaloo called "Gazolo! Bugalu Tropical" from Vampisol 
Timbalada  Beija-Flor   Options This hot number from Brazil leads off 2nd "Mambo Inn" compilation; Carlinhos Brown had something to do with the tune 
Wando  Negaq de Obalude   Options From "Brazilian Beats 2" on Mr. Bongo 
Bebel Gilberto  Tranquilo   Options Joao's daughter does too many breathy vocals for me on her new album but this tune-- with Orquestra Imperial-- swings 
Astrud Gilberto  Beginnings   Options RevOla put out an album (called "September 17, 1969") with Joao's ex-wife covering pop hits. This one (mostly) works 
Caetano Veloso  Odeio   Options "I hate you" says Caetano, amid the dolphins and blue sea. A snappy odd tune from "Ce" (Nonesuch, 2006) 
Bill Frisell  Yala   Options Amazing guitar from "The Intercontinentals" (Nonesuch, 2003) 
Tinariwen  Cler Achel   Options The Tuareg-- nomads of the Sahara-- make great music; from "Aman Iman: Water is Life" (World Village) 
Third World Love  Marrakesh   Options Led by Avishai Cohen, this a bunch of young Israelis (most now living in NYC) who know how to play jazz 
Fatafit  Menta Malak   Options Egyptian pop. Sounds good, no? 
Hamza El Din  Ollin Azageed   Options The master of the oud died last May; I saw him perform at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival. This tune is from his 1988 "Eclipse" album, on Rykodisc. Produced by Micky Hart, this is a wonderful introduction to Nubian music. 
Rene Lacaille & Bob Brozman  Place D'Youville   Options This multi-insturmentalist from Reunion Island, near Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, plays sweet music-- here with help from Bob Brozman. 
Experience 7  Goudjoua   Options Music from the island of Guadaloupe, on "Planet Zouk: The World of Anitlles Music" 
Master Drummer Coyote  Legba Plante'I Poto/Papa Loko Di Yo Sa   Options Smithsonian Folkways issued a great collection: "Rhythms of Rapture: Sacred Musics of Haitian Vodou" 
Rara Machine  Bade   Options "Rhythms of Rapture" includes more recent recordings from Haiti, like this one 
Boukman Eksperyans  Libeté   Options These guys got in trouble for singing about democracy in Haiti! This tune-- it's complete title is "Libeté (Pran Pou'l!)/Liberty (Let's Take It!)" is the title cut to their 1995 Island release 
  Interview with Cajun rocker Zachary Richard, originally broadcast on WFMU, 1989. Recorded backstage at the now defunct (and sadly missed-- esp. the armadillo? lizard? on the roof) Lone Star Cafe in NYC. Richard has a new album on Musicor, his first in a decade: "Lumiere Dans le Noir"
Zachary Richard  A La Radio   Options Except for the last minute or so, the song runs behind the interview. Sorry; it's a great tune 
Zachary Richard  Battle of New Orleans   Options Rockin' cover of the Jimmy Driftwood class, from "Zach's Bon Ton" (Rounder, 1990) 
Zachary Richard  No French, No More   Options From Zack's major label album: "Women in the Room" on A&M, also 1990 
Marce Lacouture  Soleil Apres Se Coucher   Options Marce's solo album-- produced by Sonny Landreth, who plays hot guitar on this tune-- is a wonderful collection. You can get it via her website: marcelacouture.com. Tell her I said hi. 
Nouveau String Band w/ Marce Lacouture  Manage A Trois Reel   Options Their self-titled CD includes this instrumental number along with blues, swing, cajun, country, and more 
Nouveau String Band w/ Marce Lacouture  Bonsoir Moreau   Options Marce sings lead on this one 
Joe Ely  Firewater   Options Joe covers Lubbock pal and old Flatlanders bandmate-- from his new "Happy Songs from Rattlesnake Gulch" (Rack'em Reocrds, 2007) 
Bill Kirchen  Rocks Into Sand   Options This guy can play! New album-- "Hammer of the Honky Tonk Gods"-- on Proper American Records out of Pensacola. Formerly of Commander Cody & his Lost Planet Airmen 
James Booker  Smacksie   Options The late New Orleans crazy keyboard player does organ instrumentals on "Gonzo"-- named for his 1960 hit 
Franco  Musica Tellena   Options This breathtaking number is from 1957, found on "Congo: Rumba on the River" 
Tabu Ley  Tabalissimo   Options aka Rochereau, from 1965. More "Rumba on the River" 
Le Drivers Union Por Por Group  Por Por Akwaaba/Welcome   Options Honk Horn Music of Ghana 
Andy Narell & David Rudder  De Long Time Band   Options American pan steel player with Calypso great; title cut from Andy Narell album in Windham Hill 
Antibalas  War Hero   Options from "Security" (2007) 
Horace Tapscott  Thoughts of Dar Es Salaam   Options Title cut to a magnificent album from the 1990s 

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