[JPL] Playlist: KMUW Global Village Top 30/Sept. Feature

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SEPTEMBER FEATURE: Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration

In 1968, President Lyndon Johnson established National Hispanic
Heritage Week. It was later expanded to a month and designated to start
on September 15th, the date Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala,
Honduras and Nicaragua celebrate their independence (Mexico and Chile
also have national holidays during the month).

We get a jump start on the celebrations on Global Village right from
the start of the month as we highlight a wide variety of great rhythms,
artists and styles from the U.S. and from Spanish-speaking Central and
South America, even a bit from Spain. Also, a number of Hispanic
artists celebrate birthdays in September, including salsa star Gloria
Estefan and salsa rebel Hector Lavoe; Latin rockers Cesar Rosas of Los
Lobos and Manuel Fernandez of Los Bravos; and a number of jazz artists,
including Cuba's legendary Cachao (who wrote the song that gave "mambo"
its name and pioneered the "descarga," or Latin jazz jam) and David
Sanchez. Even Jelly Roll Morton, who famously proclaimed it wasn't jazz
unless it has that "Spanish tinge," was born in September. We'll
feature their music and more throughout the entire month.

Global Village airs Monday through Friday at 9 p.m. on KMUW. You can
also hear Global Village on the new KMUW-HD2 24-hour music service
Mondays through Thursdays at midnight, 9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and
on Fridays at 5 p.m. The new Global Village Top 30 Show, part of world
music Fridays on KMUW-HD2 and airing at noon and 8 p.m., highlights the
latest and best in world music new releases. You can listen online, as
well as find the complete KMUW-HD2 schedule, Global Village program
playlists and our new releases Top 30 at kmuw.org

GLOBAL VILLAGE TOP 30 – August 2008

1.      Maria Muldaur - Yes We Can (Telarc)

2.      Cassandra Wilson - Loverly (Blue Note)

3.      Revolutionary Snake Ensemble - Forked Tongue (Cuneiform)

4.      Hot Club of Cowtown - The Best of the Hot Club of Cowtown (Shout Factory)

5.      Issa Bagayogo - Mali Koura (Six Degrees)

6.      Various - Spirits in the Material World (Shanachie)

7.      Various - In the Name of Love: Africa Celebrates U2 (Shout! Factory)

8.      Willie Martinez/La Familia Sextet - After Winter, Spring (Cuch Be Witcha)

9.      Robert Walter - Cure All (Palmetto)

10.     Grupo Fantasma - Sonidos Gold (High Wire)

11.     Big Blue Ball - Big Blue Ball (RealWorld)

12.     Steve Kroon - El Mas Alla (Beyond) (Kroonatune)

13.     Seun Kuti - Seun Kuti + Fela’s Egypt 80 (Disorient)

14.     Xuefei Yang - 40 Degrees North (EMI Classics)

15.     Le Vent du Nord - Dans les Airs (Borealis)

16.     Gabriel Alegria - Nuevo Mundo (Saponegro)

17.     Dr. John - City That Care Forgot (429 Records)

18.     Dan Zanes - Nueva York! (Festival Five)

19.     Conrad Herwig - Latin Side of Wayne Shorter (Half Note)

20.     Ulf Wakenius - Love Is Real (ACT Music)

21.     Hot Club of Detroit - Night Town (Mack Avenue)

22.     Justin Adams/Juldeh Camara - Soul Science (World Village)

23.     Various - Miles From India (Times Square)

24.     Various - Black Stars: Ghana’s Hiplife Generation (Out Here)

25.     Various - Acoustic France (Putumayo)

26.     James Carter - Present Tense (EmArcy)

27.     Jovino Santos Neto - Alma do Nordeste (Adventure Music)

28.     Wayne Wallace - The Nature of the Beat (Patois)

29.     Steve Turre - Rainbow People (High Note)

30.     Buddy Guy – Skin Deep (Silvertone)


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