[JPL] KMUW Global Village October Top 30/November shows

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Tue Nov 2 02:31:18 EDT 2010





GLOBAL VILLAGE 

KMUW FM 89.1, Wichita – Ranked
Top 20 nationally AQH Share/Top 30 Cume Rating

Monday – Friday, 9pm

NOW
DISTRIBUTED NATIONALLY THROUGH PRX.ORG

Listen online: www.kmuw.org or www.prx.org

Global Village Facebook/blog:

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Global-Village/100891159962739 


TOP
30 – October 2010

Tito Puente - El Rey
     (Fania)Issac Delgado -
     L-O-V-E (Calle54/Sony)Asmara All Stars -
     Eritrea's Got Soul (Out|Here)Oregon - In Stride
     (Cam Jazz)The Kora Band -
     Cascades (OA2)Toto La Momposina - La
     Bodega (Astar Artes)Great Big Sea -Safe
     Upon the Shore (Great Big Sea)Esperanza Spaulding -
     Chamber Music Society (Heads Up)Carlou D - Muzikr
     (World Village)Dave Holland/Pepe
     Habichuela - Hands (Dare2)Joan Soriano - El
     Duque De La Bachata (iASO)Larry Goldings/Harry
     Allen - When Larry Met Harry (Palmetto)Khaira Arby - Timbuktu
     Tarab (Clermont Music)Sameer Gupta -
     Namaskar (Motema)Monareta - Fried
     Speakers (Nacional)Systema Solar -
     Systema Solar (Chusma)Rafi Malkiel - Water
     (Tzadik)King Sunny Ade - Baba
     Mo Tunde (Mesa/Bluemoon)Los Lobos - Tin Can
     Trust (Shout! Factory)Max Wild - Tamba
     (ObliqSound)Chucho Valdes &
     the Afro-Cuban Messengers - Steps (Four Quarters)Gabriel Alegria -
     Pucusana (Saponegro)Conrad Herwig - Latin
     Side of Herbie Hancock (Half Note)Chris Washburne and
     the SYOTOS Band - Fields of Moons (Jazzheads)Juan Carmona - El
     Sentido del Aire (Le Chant du Monde)Sierra Maestra -
     Sonando Ya (World Village)Playing for Change -
     Live (Playing for Change Records/Hear Music)Huun Huur Tu -
     Ancestors Call (World Village)Tango-Orkesteri Unto -
     Finnish Tango Vol. 2 (Arc Music)Gappy Ranks - Put the
     Stereo On (VP)

 
NOVEMBER FEATURE:


As Jamaican music began to move away
from roots reggae, artists in another part of the world became the new standard
bearers for the music. >From the time of Bob Marley's historic concert in 1980
to mark the independence of  Zimbabwe, if
not before, reggae was popular across Africa. Artists like Alpha Blondy, Lucky
Dube, and Majek Fashek also found an international audience for the roots style
they performed with their own distinctive African influences.

Throughout November, Global Village highlights a variety of
African reggae artists and recordings, from pioneering tracks by Sonny Okosuns and Toure
Kunda to contemporary players like Rocky Dawuni and Shasha Marley, one of this year's Kora Award
winners for King of Reggae Music in Africa.

In addition to African reggae, Global
Village remembers Jamaican reggae, lover's rock and dancehall star, Gregory
Isaacs, who lost his battle with lung cancer on October 25th. In a career that
stretched over three decades, Isaacs released hundreds of records and became
one of Jamaica's most popular and distinctive singers. Music from throughout
his career will also be part of the November feature on the show.

Produced and hosted by Chris Heim, Global Village airs Monday through
Friday at 9 p.m. on KMUW FM
89.1 and is now also distributed nationally through PRX. The Global Village Top 30 Show, which airs the first Friday of
every month highlights the latest and best in world music new releases. 


Listen online at www.kmuw,org 

Find Global Village feature information, show playlists, the Top 30 new
releases list, additional program and world music news and information, videos,
and more on the Global Village Facebook page:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Global-Village/100891159962739?filter=2

 


 


"...the
trifecta of good world music radio presentation: a great ear for music, a good
sense for sequencing and sounds, and (perhaps most importantly) a knack for
presenting real music with real information without being wonky or
pedantic." 


Megan Romer,
About.com World Music Blog









      


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