Pamoja FM March 10th 2010

58:39 minutes (53.7 MB)

Zamfunk: All Songs Zambian
ft. John Chiti - Ngo Uleya

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-12-10 Part Two

57:36 minutes (52.73 MB)

The Irish/American group Nightnoise was a primary force in the 1980s and 90s in the fusion of Celtic music with elements of jazz and classical chamber music, as evidenced in the couple of pieces you'll get to enjoy in this hour. The rest of the fare ranges from Italian Renaissance music to jazz accordion to the mellow Americanism of singer/guitarist James Taylor.

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-12-10 Part One

58:32 minutes (53.59 MB)

The Belgian native Jean-Baptiste Frederic Isidor Thielemans, better known as "Toots," has been playing jazz for close to 70 years, first as a guitarist and then as a harmonica virtuoso, which is how he got his nickname. In tonight's first hour, you'll hear first-rate performances by Toots Thielemans on both the instruments he's mastered. We'll also mark the 40th anniversary of the release of one of Elton John's best albums, the American-West-themed "Tumbleweed Connection."

The World Party - Show 36 (March 9, 2010)

59:53 minutes (82.25 MB)



The World Party features energetic and eclectic dance and party music from all corners of the globe!

  • Show 36 originally aired on March 9, 2010.

  • Show 36 features various dance and party music from the USA, Turkey, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Germany, France, Spain, Argentina, and more!  This is a great show with a superb blend of rock and party music from all over the world.  It's all upbeat and great to listen to anywhere!

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-05-10 Part Two

58:40 minutes (53.72 MB)

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 03-05-10 Part One

58:31 minutes (53.57 MB)

The Beat Oracle - 03/04/2010 (feat. DJ Moxy)

116:33 minutes (115.55 MB)

Pamoja FM March 3, 2010

59:28 minutes (68.05 MB)

REGGAE... ft. terry linen - a better man

Kenya in a Week

27:17 minutes (37.49 MB)

This week’s show features a moving story from a local student about his capstone work with an orphanage in Kenya. The children and teens have lost parents due to AIDS. He came back with a changed view of the world and a greater appreciation of the basics of life—food, education, family, and home.

The Beat Oracle - 02/25/2010 (radio edit)

115:44 minutes (121.12 MB)
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