Music

The Other Side of the News July 7, 2017 - Dan Dougan interview

Bob interviews Dan Dougan and they reminisce about Staches, Little Brothers, the musicians, bands, circuses, events, and people who performed and hung out there

29:09 minutes (28.08 MB)

Bob and Dan talk about Staches, Little Brothers, and how these venues were an integral part of the progressive community in Columbus

JP Marat - New EP by Vagabon entitled "Infinite Worlds" - Released Feb 24 2017


29:49 minutes (40.96 MB)

Laetita Tamko is Vagabon. Check out this edgy new EP entitled "Infinite Worlds" that was just released on Feb 24, 2017

Your Music Music from Zimbabwe

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1:58:39 minutes (108.63 MB)

2 hours of traditional music from Zimbabwe. In the first hour we feature the Mbira ( pictured here), and in the second hour we have music from the Ndebele people.

your music the other southern heritage

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1:58:53 minutes (108.84 MB)

folks defending the confederate flag often claim it's a symbol of 'southern heritage". I don't buy that for a hot second. Do you? No one ever asks them what they mean by that, but they volunteer things occasionally - stuff about "states rights" and the imposition of government over-reach. They'll claim that it's "not about slavery and hate". They might as well claim that slavery itself wasn't about bondage or involuntary labor. Their revising of history has a subtler side, however when even more enlightened reflections on Southern culture overlook the experiences of people of color and, in particular, women of color. This edition of Your Music features all female artists from the South who had or have tremendous influence, most of whom were or are not white - a forgotten aspect of "Southern heritage", and one truly worth celebrating. You'll hear Josephine Baker, Big Mama Thornton, Sister Rosetta Tharp, Mahalia Jackson Pura Fe, Memphis Minnie, Hazel Dickens, Bobbi Humphrey, Odetta and more.

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Your Music McCoury x 3

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1:59:22 minutes (109.28 MB)

2 live-recorded sets featuring 3 generations of the McCoury family. In the first hour we hear Del McCoury and his band which includes his sons, Ronnie (Mandoline) and Rob ( Banjo) in their set opening the 8th annual Delfest. The second hour is a set from the same festival by a group called the Broomestix, which includes Ronnie McCoury's son, Evan on guitar.

Your Music Turquaz

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1:59:03 minutes (109 MB)

2 full hours of the New York based funk=blues band Turquaz

Your Music Fatoumata Diawara

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1:59:27 minutes (109.35 MB)

Born in Cote D'Ivoire of Malian parents and developed her musical talents in France; Fatoumata Diawara serves up a lively and inspired performance of West African contemporary music.

Youir Music Santana y mas en Mexico


1:58:46 minutes (108.74 MB)

Live-recorded concert performance byu Carlos Santana ) "Sacred fire" tour) in Mexico, plus some political songs from Mexican and Mexican-American musicians.

1994: Music & Headlines


59:15 minutes (54.25 MB)

Tonight, on the show a look back at 1994 with some of the songs from that year, with artists like Sheryl Crow, Ace of Base, Haddaway, R.E.M., and a mid-show movie tribute to The Lion King, Forrest Gump, Pulp Fiction, and Philadelphia.

1994 HEADLINES:
- Genocide in Rwanda & Burundi
- Nelson Mandela becomes the first Black President of South Africa, post-Apartheid
- Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, and Yitzhak Rabin win the Nobel Peace Prize
- The Republicans dominate the Midterm Elections, and Newt Gingrich (R-Georgia), becomes Speaker of the House
- The Whitewater Scandal begins; President Clinton is accused of sexual harassment from his time as Governor of Arkansas
- The drama of sports: Tonya vs. Nancy, OJ, and of course...
- Major League Baseball goes on strike and skips the World Series

SPORTS:
- Dallas Cowboys beat the Buffalo Bills (again) in Super Bowl XXVIII
- New York Rangers win their first Stanley Cup since 1940
- Houston Rockets beat the New York Knicks in the "Forgotten NBA Finals"
- Major League Baseball goes on strike in mid-August, and the World Series is not held for the first time since 1904
- National Hockey League begins their lockout
- World Cup Fever takes place in the United States, Brazil wins the World Cup
- Arkansas wins the NCAA Men's Tournament; Nebraska wins the College Football National Championship
- NFL Hall of Fame Running Back O.J. Simpson is charged with the murders of his ex-wife and her friend

ENTERTAINMENT:
- "Friends" and "ER" debut, solidifying NBC's Thursday night dominance for years to come; "My So-Called Life" debuts on ABC
- "The Real World" features Pedro, a housemate who has AIDS, and Puck, who gets evicted in mid-season
- Whitney Houston dominates the Grammys with "The Bodyguard" soundtrack
- Steven Spielberg finally wins an Oscar, as he wins Best Director for the Best Picture winner "Schindler's List"
- "The Lion King" is the # 1 movie of the year, and "Forrest Gump" is # 2

Your Music Two WARS

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1:58:29 minutes (108.48 MB)

1st hour; live concert recording of the band, WAR, from the early days with Eric Burden. Hour 2, a live concert recording from 2014 featuring a band called The War on Drugs

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