[JPL] PLAYLIST Global Village Feb Top 30/March Feature

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30 – February 2011

     Sissoko/Vincent Segal - Chamber Music (Six Degrees)Chopteeth - Live
     (Grigri Discs)Vusi Mahlasehla - Say
     Africa (ATO)Bill Frisell/Vinicius
     Cantuaria - Lagrimas Mexicanas (EOne)Various - Cartegena
     (Soundway)Wayne Wallace - From
     Hear to There (Patois)Gowanus Reggae and Ska
     Society - G.R.A.S.S. on Fire (Mighty Gowanus)Peter MacDonough - The
     Woo (Peter MacDonough)Afrocubism -
     Afrocubism (Nonesuch)Fela - various titles:
     reissues (Knitting Factory)Cassandra Wilson -
     Silver Pony (Blue Note)Ladysmith Black
     Mambazo - Songs From A Zulu Farm (Razor and Tie)Sameer Gupta -
     Namaskar (Motema)Various - Sound of
     Siam (Soundway)Afro-Soultet -
     Afrodesia (Luv N Haight)Jambalaya Brass Band -
     Its a Jungle Out There (Jambalaya Brass Band)Lynne Arriale -
     Convergence (Motema)La Lupe - Puro Teatro
     (Fania)John Renbourn -
     Palermo Snow (Shanachie)Jake Shimbukuro -
     Peace Love Ukulele (Mailboat Records)Phil Hawkins -
     Sugarcane Suite (P Note Music)Various - The Roots of
     Chicha Vol. 2 (Barbes)Blue Riddim Band -
     Tribute (Rougher)Dave Holland/Pepe
     Habichuela - Hands (Dare2)Various - Bossa Nova
     Around the World (Putumayo)Matt Haimovitz and
     Uccello - Meeting of the Spirits (Oxingale)Lobi Traore - Rainy
     Season Blues (Glitterhouse)Various - Angola
     Soundtrack (Analog Africa)Either Orchestra -
     Mood Music for Time Travellers (Accurate)Herbie Hancock -
     Imagine Project (Herbie Hancock Records)


2010: Dr. John

On Monday March 14th,
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will host its 26th annual ceremony inducting a
new group of artists into its prestigious Hall of Fame. Joining the esteemed
ranks this year will be one of the treasures of New Orleans music, Dr. John. 
His work in the late '50s and early '60s as a songwriter and session player
played a key role in shaping the sound of New Orleans' golden age of R&B.
He went on to become a popular performer in his own right as Dr. John the Night
Tripper. He's appeared on scores of albums of his own and as a special guest
and, post-Katrina, has emerged as one of the most forceful and eloquent
spokesmen for his home town and its unparalleled cultural contributions. 

It's a combined Mardi
Gras and Induction celebration throughout March in the Global Village with the
music of Dr. John - from early recordings to his 2010 Grammy-nominated release
Tribal, from his own releases to the many guest appearances he's made in a
career that now officially spans seven decades.


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, airing to date on a dozen
stations covering some 20 states. The Global Village Top 30 Show, which
airs the first Friday of every month highlights the latest and best in world
music new releases. The Top 30 list is posted on both the KMUW and Global
Village Facebook page each month. 

can listen online at www.kmuw.org and get more information at www.prx.org.

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


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