Larry Kensington - Nightmix 01-22-10 Part One


58:23 minutes (53.46 MB)

It's a pretty incredible story: two young Mexican guitarists who started out playing thrash metal in their homeland left to settle in Ireland, and there made a name for themselves playing a distinctive brand of fast, highly rhythmic acoustic music inspired by classic rock and jazz fusion. Rodrigo & Gabriela light up the first hour of this week's program, as does another incredible virtuoso with a worldwide following, cellist Yo-Yo Ma. There's also a touch of Celtic music, a famous cinematic love theme, and two late 60's hits by a onetime protegee of Paul McCartney.

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 01-22-10 Part Two


58:29 minutes (53.55 MB)

When Johnny Cash died in September 2003, the New York Times ran a page-one obituary with a headline referring to Cash as "Country Music Bedrock." In this hour of Nightmix, you'll hear two fine examples of what made the Man in Black so rock-solid for so long. Two other "bedrock" performers of their style of music, jazz, Wes Montgomery and Bill Evans, demonstrate their distinctive styles.

Pamoja FM January 13, 2010


58:41 minutes (67.17 MB)

ft. Monique Seka w/ Okaman and Oliver Ngoma w/ Bane

Pamoja FM January 20, 2010


57:03 minutes (65.28 MB)

Rhumba du Congo

The World Party - Show 33 (January 19, 2010)


59:44 minutes (82.04 MB)

    TUESDAYS at 7PM ON WCRS-LP FM

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

  • Show 33 originally aired on January 19, 2010.

  • Show 33 features various dance and party music from the USA, Jamaica, Romania, Dominican Republic, Spain, England, France, Haiti, and more!  This is a high-energy music show!  Play this at your next party and have a lot of FUN!

The Youth Vision for Our Decade: Powershift


25:41 minutes (41.14 MB)

"Green Chucks" talks with two Ohio State University students, Sarah Lenkay and Kristin Arnold, about their experiences at the Ohio Powershift conference. Powershift is an international youth movement to end our nation's dependency on fossil fuels and to promote cleaner energy alternatives such as wind power and solar energy. Sarah talks about what inspired her at the conference and why the Ohio Lieutenant governor was booed by students! Kristin talks about Powershift from an organizer's perspective. She organized a group of students to attend the conference and led small group "breakout" sessions. Both Sarah and Kristin talk about how people can become involved in the Powershift movement in Columbus, Ohio.

Simply Living Calendar - January 18 - 24 2010


1:54 minutes (3.48 MB)

The Beat Oracle - 01/14/2010


117:35 minutes (119.03 MB)

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 01-15-10 Part One


58:32 minutes (53.59 MB)

This week's first hour brings together European, American, and Canadian jazz and new age performances. Some very special music comes from the British Isles: two sides by the Beatles, including one of their greatest chart-toppers; and two very lyrical classical works played by the eminent clarinetist Emma Johnson.

Larry Kensington - Nightmix 01-15-10 Part Two


58:31 minutes (53.57 MB)

How's this for covering a lot of different ground in the 58 or so minutes allotted? The beauty and power of spirituals are captured in performances by two very seasoned jazzmen, bassist Charlie Haden and pianist Hank Jones. The godfathers of Celtic music, the Chieftains, play Irish and Scottish dances. Guitar legend Eric Clapton plays unplugged, and Hungarian classical pianist Zoltan Kocsis shows his affinity for French impressionism.

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