WCRS Podcast - yourmusic

YM 210209 Anne Feeney tribute

1:59:58 minutes (88.42 MB)

Political folk singer Anne Feeney passed away in February after a long battle with cancer, but she kept up her folk-singing/ worker solidarity activism right to the end , in the tradition of Joseph Hilstrom ( "Joe Hill"), Woody Guthrie, Hazel Dickens, Pete Seeger, Victor Jara, and others. In this show we feature Anne Feeney's music from various points in her career.

CVC210401 Derek Chauvin murder trial, Biden's foreign policy challenges

59:58 minutes (27.45 MB)

Sound from the protest in Minneapolis as the murder trial of Derek Chauvin begins, Phyllis Bennis on Biden;s foreign policy challenges, and audio from an Asian American solidarity rally ion Columbus

YM 210316 Bunny Wailer

1:59:59 minutes (54.93 MB)

Remembering Reggae pioneer, Bunny Wailer, on e of the original Wailers along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. He died this month. We feature selected recordings from throughout his career, both pre-Wailers, and post Wailers.

YM 210322 Afrobeat World Wide

2:00:00 minutes (54.93 MB)

Afro beat bands from around the world featuring the Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, Albinoid, and Underground System

Your Music 210303 Gene Taylor

1:59:59 minutes (54.92 MB)

Boogie woogie pianist Gene Taylor, who performed with Canned Heat and the Fabulous Thunderbirds froze to death in his bed during the recent Texas Private Utilities Fiasco, brought about, in part, by an unprecedented cold snap, brought about, in part by Texas utilities.
We hear from Canned Heat, and various other collaborations featuring Gene Taylor during various parts of his career.

Your Music 210105 Tony Rice

1:59:55 minutes (84.37 MB)

Legendary bluegrass and Jazz guitarist Tony Rice passed away unexpectedly at the end of the year. He had been suffering from a chronic inflammation condition that prevented him from playing for the last couple of years, but no one would have predicted his untimely demise. He was truly one of the great guitarists in his ( or any) genre - a veritable Julian Bream of bluegrass. In this program we hear twlo full-length live-recorded concerts from tow points in Rice's career.

YM 121520 Ginger Baker, Charlie Hayden and Bill Frisel, plus an hour of Jorge Santana

1:59:50 minutes (81.53 MB)

1st hour, a trio concert featuring reknowned drummer Ginger Baker, Bassist Charlie Hayden, and Jazz guitarist Bill Frisel.
2nd hour Jorge Santana

Baker and Santana passed away in 2020, and we showcase their talents in this edition.

YM 120820 An Evening With The Duke

1:59:56 minutes (81.83 MB)

Accidentally uploaded to the wrong archive originally
Two full hours of live-recorded performances by Jazz great Duke Ellington, from two periods of his long and varied career.

YM 122820 Musicians united to turn Georgia Blue

2:00:00 minutes (80.8 MB)

audio from 2 virtual concerts, one featuring national musicians including Rehiannoin Giddens, Bonnie Raitt, Maria Maldhaur, Rising Appalachia, and others, and another featuring Georgia musicians, both to raise money for the Democratic senate candidates in Georgia's two special run-off elections.

CV 112620 Kossuth Street Garden in Peril, and debunking Thanksgiving myths

59:59 minutes (43.8 MB)

An interview with Kossuth Street Garden co-founder Michael Doody as the garden faces an immanent threat from a developer, reminiscent of the plight of the nation's once largest urban farm in Los Angeles, and a speech from the Indigenous protest in Plymouth, Massachussetts, marking Thanksgiving as a day or mourning , plus an essay from Christian Davis ( my dad) on saving the turkeys.

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