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January 28 2014

17:10

Pete Seeger in 2000: Can Music Move a Mountain? | Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon

Pete Seeger performing on February 13, 1944, at the United Federal Labor Canteen, with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in attendance. In 2000, Chris interviewed the legendary folk singer Pete Seeger, who died today at 94. Here is Pete Seeger on “The Connection.” As Chris noted in introducing him, Pete Seeger wrote and popularized folk music for over 60 years. He always used his voice and his banjo for a purpose. He never sang a song that didn’t have meaning. His convictions about social justice were deep, and his performances changed lives. There’s little doubt the FBI had a huge fat file on him back in Washington, and for his liberal politics he was the target of mob attacks too. He sung anti-American songs in Moscow, and was at one time banned from television. He continually inspired other people to action to stop the Vietnam war, to fight racial inequality, and to save the world.   Leave a Reply Cancel reply http://www.radioopensource.org/pete-seeger-can-music-move-mountain/

January 19 2014

18:05

A Prairie Home Companion for January 11, 2014 | American Public Media

Everything you ever wanted to know -- including some things you probably didn't -- about A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/programs/2014/01/11/

August 08 2012

12:39

Waiting for the sun

Remember Air Sonic? We do, with great affection. Huffduffed from http://air-sonic.net/home.php

August 04 2012

01:01

Woody Guthrie: this important music figure would be turning 100 today. - The Music Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

The unconventional folk hero and vagabond troubadour Woody Guthrie was a prolific writer who famously emblazoned his guitar with the slogan 'this machine kills fascists', as he spent his relatively short life telling myriad American stories in song. On The Music Show today we’re celebrating Woody Guthrie on the centenary of his birth, in an interview with Robert Santelli, author of a book called This Land is Your Land: Woody Guthrie and the Journey of an American Folksong, which looks at the life of Woody Guthrie through the prism of his most famous song, a song which became an American anthem, and now transcends generations and nations. Supporting Information: Music excerpts in this segment from 'This Land is your Land', Comp. Guthrie, from the Asch Recordings, Vol.1; and the Lincoln Memorial concert in 2009. Complete tracks: Do re mi Comp. Guthrie Perf Woody Guthrie CD: This Machine Kills Fascists, Woody Guthrie Snapper Music Boxed set SBOX0009 God Bless America Comp. Berlin Perf. Kate Smith, Jack Miller's Orchestra and Chorus CD: Kate Smith: God Bless America Pro Harte CDD 518 Pretty Boy Floyd Comp. Guthrie Perf. Bob Dylan CD: Folkways, A Vision Shared, A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly CBS 4609052 http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/musicshow/woody-guthrie/4118860

January 20 2012

20:09

A Prairie Home Companion for November 5, 2011 | American Public Media

Everything you ever wanted to know -- including some things you probably didn't -- about A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/programs/2011/11/05/

April 27 2011

02:58

A Prairie Home Companion for April 23, 2011 | American Public Media

Everything you ever wanted to know -- including some things you probably didn't -- about A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/programs/2011/04/23/

March 29 2011

03:21

Our flamenco - A memory of Juan de Arcos - 03/22/1911

Nuestro Flamenco – Classical Radio – Presented by José María Velázquez-Gaztelu 'Our flamenco ', directed by renowned flamenco and researcher José María Velásquez Gaztelu, also responsible for the TVE series' Rito y Geografía del Cante and dance', has been on the air more than two decades. Have gone into space all the great figures of flamenco: Paco de Lucia, Jose Menese, Enrique Morente, Carmen Linares coat and, among many others. In your archive have been recorded the voices of teachers and missing, such as Juan Varea and Rafael Romero El Gallina. "Our flamenco 'has a large and unconditional audience that actively participates in space. The program consists of several sections: interviews, writing paper Flamenco (mailbox listener), historical recordings, inspired flamenco (music inspired or suggested by the Flemish) and Poets and flamenco. The singing of Juan de Arcos in their styles more significant. The above is the Google translation from Spanish to English. The show is spoken in Spanish, but the music is all pure flamenco featuring Paco de Lucia and a tribute to Juan de Arcos who passed away October 2010. http://www.rtve.es/podcast/radio-clasica/nuestro-flamenco/

March 03 2011

21:03

Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX - Running

dawnrecorder.org is a music blog written by a few dudes. We do the hard work and gather an eclectic mix of top-notch tracks and package them all nicely for you. No genre limitations here-- we just love music. Jamie XX remixed Gil Scott-Heron‘s 2010 album “I’m New Here“. When I first heard that, I thought “who cares?”. I hadn’t really listened much to either one. This album isn’t even out yet and it’s an album-of-the-year contender. Holy crap. “Running”, like many of tracks on “We’re New Here” is a heavy head-nodder that would feel just as comfortable up in the club as it would in your headphones at work. Also, as someone who makes music, that bass drum sound kind of gives me a boner. “We’re New Here” comes out February 22nd. Please, for goodness sake, preorder here. http://dawnrecorder.org/

November 24 2010

14:59

Judy Collins: Signs of a Great Song

We speak with Judy Collins about life, music, and one great classic - "Over the Rainbow."

November 23 2010

18:46

Anonanimal Andrew Bird

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