Another classic podcast by Adam Kvasnica, who spins timeless weird Iranian grooves.
Françoise Hardy in repose You can labor shoulder to shoulder with someone for days, weeks and years on end, share life’s joys and travails, get into and out of all manner of scrapes (these latter usually initiated by said comrade) and, ultimately, feel that a true rapport has been earned, that you really know who […]
Other Rock Show playlist, Sunday 5th June 2016 on Resonance 104.4 FM With special guests Yumi Hara and Tim Hodgkinson Theme: PHANTOMSMASHER “Bishop Hopping” (Ipecac) 1: UPSILON ACRUX – “Cherry Pi” (Cuneiform) 2: DON CABALLERO – “June Is Finally Here” (Touch and Go) 3: UKANDANZ – “La Chamelle” (Dur Et Doux) 4: JOHN GREAVES AND […]
Andrew Jervis broadcasts for Bandcamp.com as their chief curator and host of the Friday Night Session radio show (KUSF). I only wish Bandcamp would host more shows, but if this is it, it’s a damn good one.
This week’s show highlights Awesome Tapes from Africa, and Paris Strother, one third of the soulful Prince protégés known as King.
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Two radio programs to share from Jan Sneum, a wonderful radio host and commentator I met at the Without Borders Festival in Balchik, Bulgaria.
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I started out to become a jazz pianist; in the meantime I started singing and I sang the way I felt and that’s just the way it came out.
— Nat ‘King’ Cole, Voice of America interview
Few remember Nat ‘King’ Cole’s incredible piano playing abilities, but they certainly never seem to forget a his smooth, baritone voice, which handled languages outside of his native English with ease.
NPR dedicates a radio program to one of the smoothest voices jazz ever produced here.
Leave it to my dear brother in Naples, Paolo, to find one of the best Internet radio programs in the world, especially for those who love swanky music. Bravo!
To listen to Radio Lux, just click here.