[JPL] WEMU Top 25 Cuban & Brazilian CDs 2/8-3/6/05

lyohn at emich.edu lyohn at emich.edu
Wed Mar 9 14:22:37 EST 2005

Hello! Here are the 25 most-played new and reissued
Afro-Cuban, Latin jazz, Brazilian, African and
Caribbean CDs on 89.1 from February 28th through
March 6th 2005. The number in the parentheses tells
you how many times we played a disc. 

1.	Carlos “Patato” Valdes/ El Hombre/ Mambo Maniacs (4)
2.	Damjan Krajacic/ In Retrospect/ RoundTone (3)
3.	Monica Salmaso/ Iaia/ World Village (3)
4.	Jim Seeley and Arturo O’Farrill/The Jim
Seeley-Arturo O’Farrill Quintet/ Zoho (3)
5.	Alon Yavani Trio/ Picture This/ alonyavani.com (2)
6.	Various Artists/ Acoustic Brazil/ Putumayo (2)
7.	Bossacucanova/ Una Batide Diferente/ Six Degrees (2)
8.	Benny Velarde Y Super Combo/ Viva Velarde/
Hopping Mad (2)
9.	Betsy Braud/ Just What The Doctor Ordered/ Jazz
Nurse (2)
10.	Caribbean Jazz Project/ Here And Now/ Concord (2)
11.	Sergent Garcia/ / La Samilla Escondida/ EMI (2)
12.	Kokopelli Latin Jazz Ensemble/ La Luz Etrna/
kokopelli.com (2)
13.	Manuel Guajro Mirabel/ Buena Vista Social Club
Presents/ Nonesuch (2)
14.	Paula Morelenbaum/ Berimbaum/ Universal Music
Brazil (2)
15.	Dafnis Prieto/ About The Monks/ Zoho (2)
16.	Ojos De Brujo/ Remezclas De La Casa/ World
Village (1)
17.	Osdalgia/ Sueman Los Cueros/ Lusafrica (1)
18.	Son Cafe/ Bailando Con/ BKS (1)
19.	Soweto Gospel Choir/ Voices From Heaven/
Shanachie (1)
20.	Chango Spasiuk/ Sounds From The Red Land/
Piranha (1)
21.	Poncho Sanchez/ Poncho At Montreux/ Silverline (1)
22.	Michael Camilo/ Solo/ Telarc (1)
23.	George Delgado/ Mi Ritmo/ Llego (1)
24.	Hilario Duran/ New Danzon/ Alma (1)
25.	Jorge Ben Jor/ Reactuvis Amro Est./ Universal (1)

This list reflects airplay on “Cuban Fantasy”,
“Brazilian Sol” and all 89.1 Jazz programs. “Cuban
Fantasy” with host Marc Taras airs from 7 to 9 PM
Mondays followed by “Brazilian Sol” with Mary
Catherine Smith from 9 to 11 PM.

If you would like to send CDs to the show hosts, you
are welcome to do so, but please remember to send an
additional copy to the music director, so that all
WEMU hosts can review the music for potential
airplay. We spice up our “meat and potatoes” jazz
programs with hot Latin music.

Here is the best address:

Linda Yohn
WEMU Music Director
PO Box 980350
Ypsilanti MI 48198-0350

Thank you for beautiful music to share with listeners.


Linda Yohn
WEMU Music Director
lyohn at emich.edu

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