The Blowin Weekly Extra – Rose

Blowin 9-10pm Sunday 6th June 2010

More tunes than time…

Blowin can now be heard online or downloaded at blowin.podomatic.com
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Our Photos site at www.rob-walsh.net now has new pics, with older favourites revisited – all photos are organic home-grown produce, with zero manipulation or photo-shopping (ok, alright, I’ve cropped one…).


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It’s the 40th anniversary of Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew, and there now seems to be a beer of the same name..

www.milesdavis.com/us/news/dogfish-head-craft-brewery-unveils-its-bitches-brew

Also, a short film of Miles playing Bitches Brew live in 1969 – http://bit.ly/aGATIo


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Africa Oye – Sefton Park, Liverpool, 12.30 to 9.30pm - Free

Saturday 19 June

Boukman Eksperyans – Haiti

Les Espoires de Coronthie – Guinea Conakry

The Gangbe Brass Band – Benin

Ti Coca – Haiti

Victor Deme – Burkina Faso

Sunday 20 June

Andrew Tosh – Jamaica

Carlou D – Senegal

Les Freres Guisse – Senegal

Michael Rose – Jamaica

The Rasites – UK

To’mezclao – Cuba

www.africaoye.com/artists.html

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Another labour-of-love blog – Old Weird America – pictures, downloads, links and lots of history, ‘using Harry Smith’s Folkways Anthology as a roadmap to explore american music’ http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/

Included are downloads of sixty – yes, 60 – versions of the infamous Stacka / Stagger Lee tune

http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/category/19-stackalee-by-frank-hutchison/

This appears to be a work in progress, so I’m avidly waiting for more on Richard ‘Rabbit’ Brown’s James Alley Blues, my favourite Anthology track, which occurs towards the end of collection.

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Another labour-of-love blog – Old Weird America – pictures, downloads, links and lots of history, ‘using Harry Smith’s Folkways Anthology as a roadmap to explore american music’ http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/

Included are downloads of sixty – yes, 60 – versions of the infamous Stacka / Stagger Lee tune
http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/category/19-stackalee-by-frank-hutchison/
This appears to be a work in progress, so I’m avidly waiting for more on Richard ‘Rabbit’ Brown’s James Alley Blues, my favourite Anthology track, which occurs towards the end of collection.
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AND there’s now a two hour Blowin wireless programme of rather wonderful african music to download or listen at http://blowin.podomatic.com

I enjoyed recording this for BCB back in 2004 – hope you enjoy it too…

Blowin

13 June

  • Velvet Underground – I Heard Her Call My Name – White Light White Heat CD – Verve
  • New Style Version – Volcano 7”
  • Hank Ballard & The Midniters – Let’s Go, Let’s Go, Let’s Go – Hank Ballard & The Midniters CD
  • Tinariwen – Mataredan Anexan – The Radio Tisdas Sessions CD – Wayward
  • Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) – Electric Ladyland CD – Polydor – for Maureen Galvin
  • Sun Ra – Angels & Demons At Play – New Thing 2xCD – Soul Jazz
  • Papa Wemba – Jamais Kolonga – Le Voyageur CD – Real World
  • Rhythm & Sound – See Mi Version – See Mi Yah Remixes CD – Basic Channel
  • Gregory Isaacs – Loving Pauper – Extra Classic CD – Trojan
  • Orchestre Baobab – Sey – Gouye Gui de Dakar cassette – Bellot
  • Neil Young – Violent Side – live Santa Cruz 1984
  • Sugar Minott – No Vacancy + Version – Roots Lover 1978-83 2xCD – Moll Selekta

More playlists at www.rob-walsh.co.uk

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Keep On Blowin

Rob

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Rob co-founded BCB with Mary Dowson, back when the hills were young and it were all flat caps an chappatis round 'ere. It was known as Bradford Festival Radio then, and thanks to the generosity of Dusty Rhodes we got started. Now he takes photos, puts little silver discs in drawers, mumbles into microphones, and walks on the hills. Keep On Blowin..