You're Tuned to The Maverick
89.7 KMSU/Mankato & 91.3 KMSK/Austin
"Southern Minnesota's True Alternative"
Song From the Planet
Windham Hill Records
We began with music from Norwegian musician, Øystein
* My World Beat intro theme song since it's release in 1995
Haunting themes from Scotland &
The Rocky Road (to Dublin)
My Home Town
The RaggleTaggle Gypsies
William Jackson is an internationally known composer
who uses traditional Scottish and Irish music as the core of all
compositions. A multi-instrumentalist; Jackson plays the wire
strung harp, gut strung harp, whistles, keyboards, uillean pipes,
and clarsach. Willy Jackson was a founding member of the Scottish
band, Ossian with whom he played for fourteen years.
A beautiful CD, imbued with
Hayes & Dennis Cahill
The Lonesome Touch
Paddy Fahy's Reel
Tell Her I Am / Gallager's Frolics
Ireland's Traditional Music Entertainer
of the year.
The Lonesome Touch is a
phrase used in Ireland to express that intangible quality of sadness
or a blue note.
Who Fears to Speak 1798
Rising of the Moon
Songs depicting the failed Irish revolution of 1791 where
both Catholic and Presbyterian Irish patriots formed the United
Irishmen, an orginization dedicated to the freeing of Ireland
from British rule.
May 23, 1998 will be bicentennial
of that failed revolution.
Cherish the Ladies
One and All:
The Best of Cherish The Ladies
My Own Native Land
McLaughlin & William Coulter
Gol na mBan san Ar
Eric Mouquet and Michel Sanchez
Green and Blue
Media Luna - Arab and Andalusian music & vocals meet in this
Chico & the Gypsies
Angel / EMI
The musical embodiment of
gypsy passion, the real thing
Afro-Cuban Music from Around the
Lemvo & Makina Loca [Congo-Zaire]
Fatal Mambo [France] - Probleme
Hot Salsa [Sweden] - Mi Rumba Esta Buena
The global salsa groove stretches from Japan to
and from Havana to Helsinki.
Loku Aye (Yewa)
Milan / Latino
Cuban Lacumi music is sung in praise of African ancestors,
Kings, heros and the nature deities of the Yoruba people. Theses
dieties, the Orishas, have evolved over hundreds of years; since
the arrival of the first Yoruba slaves in Cuba to become the lords
of nature; protecting rivers, mountains, forest, and crossroads;
they are the gods of wind, fire and the Cuban sea.
Their cult- known as "Regla
de Osha," " Regla Lucum," or "Santeria"
is a popular religion; laden with music and dance; that guides
millions, in countries throughout the Carribean and extending
to the Americas and Europe.
Alma Na Tem Cor
Comendo Uva Na Chuva
from Brazil; infused with music from around the globe. The group
Karnak has been called "The mothers of invention go to Brazil."
This may be the future sound of global pop.
Omar Faruk Tekbilek
Other Side of the River
Omar Faruk Tekbilek is one
of the foremost Middle Eastern musicians; primarily known for
his work on the Turkish Ney and other reed instruments such as
the Zurna and Mijwiz; though he is also a master of Middle Eastern
percussion; playing the the Darbuka, Bandir, finger cymbals, tambourine,
as well as playing the guitar- like Baglama, Oud and Jura.
Images of Nepal
The group Sur Sudha have
played over 1000 concerts; from the steps ofAncient Hindu temples
to Europe and Japan and the USA. They seek out traditional tunes
from remote areas of Nepal and play a role as cultural ambassadors
segue to Afropop World Wide hosted by George
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