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The Cosmic Barrio with Betto Arcos
Music from around the world and around the block!
Category: World
Location: Los Angeles
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April 01, 2018 06:49 PM PDT

Es un privilegio compartirles mi entrevista con la gran cantaora de Flamenco Carmen Linares. Entre otros temas, platicamos sobre la mujer en el cante y su trabajo en la interpretación de la poesía de Federico García Lorca, Juan Ramón Jiménez y Miguel Hernández.

Carmen Linares ha sido ganadora del Premio MIN de la Música Independiende de España 2018 al 'Mejor Album Flamenco', por su maravilloso disco libro "Verso a Verso". Además de la entrevista, en este programa incluimos música de 5 de sus discos:

1. Fandangos De Huelva ("Desde El Alma").

2. Banderas Republicanas ("Antologia La Mujer En El Cante").

3. Zorongo Gitano ("Canciones Populares Antiguas").

4. Dejadme En El Jardín Fragante ("Raíces y Alas").

5. Canción de los Vendimiadores ("Verso a Verso").

6. Compañero ("Verso a Verso").

March 30, 2018 03:57 PM PDT

Entrevista con David Peñaloza, arpista y guitarrista del grupo Yolotecuani. En este programa, platicamos con uno de los fundadores de este fantástico grupo, cuyo trabajo está enfocado en los sones de Tixtla, Guerrero, una de las regiones musicales mas ricas de México. Incluimos en este programa los siguientes sones de su nuevo disco "Ecos del Sur":

1. Remigio Rentería.

2. El Torito de San Lucas.

3. La Malagueña Curreña.

4. El Maracumbé.

February 11, 2018 12:21 AM PST

This program features new music from the Mediterranean, Africa and the Americas.

1. Bobo Stenson Trio / Contra la Indecisión / Contra la Indecisión.

2. Alfredo Rodríguez / Tree Of Stars / The Little Dream.

3. Duduka da Fonseca Trio / Samba Do Malandrinho / Plays Dom Salvador.

4. Jon Balke-Siwan / Castigo / Nahnou Houm.

5. Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino / ientu / Canzoniere.

6. Gabacho Maroc / Bouderbala / Tawassol.

7. 3MA / Samedi Glace / Anarouz.

8. Djénéba & Fousco / Hakilima / Kayeba Khasso.

9. Lucibela / Mal Amadu / Laço Umbilical.

10. Cesária Évora / Angola / Carnaval de Mindelo.

February 10, 2018 11:20 PM PST

This program is an exploration of music from Argentina and Uruguay and the different approaches to the treatment of folk styles such as zamba and chacarera.

1. Matías Martino / Mi Pachamama / Detrás de la Ciudad.


2. Rolando Goldman / Estudio para Charango / Diablo Suelto. 


3. Guillermo Delgado Grupo / Chacarera De Las Piedras / Adentro.

4. Sexteto Murgier / Chacarera De La Negra / Muy Lejos.


5. Rossana Taddei / Canto de Ordeño / Semillas.


6. Tabaré Cardozo / Montevideo / El Zoológico de mi Cabeza. 


7. Orellana Lucca / Zamba Del Arribeño / Hermanos. 


8. Lorena Astudillo / La Arenosa / El Cuchi de Cámara. 


9. Ramiro Flores / Barcos / Flores. 


10. Diego Martez, feat. María Ezquiaga / Inundación / Lo Perdido.

January 28, 2018 05:33 PM PST

Cuatro boleros y una guaracha con el Trio Los Embajadores de Cuba. La tarde del sábado 20 de enero, Pancho Amat y su esposa Teodora me llevaron a comer al Ranchón del Músico, el restaurante-bar de la discográfica EGREM en La Habana. Al llegar, nos encontramos con uno de los grandes trios románticos de Cuba, Los Embajadores. Aquí tienen este concierto íntimo, con los comentarios de Pancho Amat y el director del trio, Lázaro González Díaz, sobre el origen de la sonoridad del trio, las voces, el requinto; y sobre el gigante de la música, el genio de Santiago de Cuba, Miguel Matamoros.

1. Cómo fue.

2. Sin tí.

3. Contigo en la distancia.

4. Veinte años.

5. El que siembra su maíz.

January 27, 2018 08:14 PM PST

Una velada sabrosa en el Bar Monserrate de La Habana Vieja, escuchando Son Cubano con el grupo de Clemente Chavarría de Santiago de Cuba, y con la presencia y los comentarios del "Tresero Mayor", Pancho Amat.

1. Mi son de Oriente.

2. Mi son tiene pica-pica.

3. Y tú qué has hecho?

4. Trabajando.

5. Me voy pa'l monte.

January 10, 2018 09:02 PM PST

An interview with Bonga - in Portuguese. This is the 4th podcast from the Oslo World fest and one of the most meaningful interviews I've ever done in my radio career. It was an honor to spend 30 minutes with an artist of such stature.

In addition to an in-depth interview, this podcast also also includes 3 songs:

1. Tonokenu (from "Recados de Fora")

2. Mona Ki Ngi Xica (from "Angola 72")

3. Recados De Fora (from "Recados de Fora")

He was born José Adelino Barcelo de Carvalho in Kipiri on 5 September 1942, but changed his name to Bonga Kuenda when he reached his teens, already showing a keen awareness of the realities of Portuguese colonialism. He learned about music from his father and rapidly grasped its potential impact when linked to the political aspirations of his generation and an inexhaustible melancholic vein.

As he is always quick to explain, he never faltered in his principles: “All Angolan culture was under Portuguese domination. Traditional languages were banned, as was African music. We had no weapons to fight with, so we organized cultural resistance, especially by forming folk groups, including Kissueia, my first band. With Kissueia, I sang songs that revived ancestral African forms and whose lyrics clearly referred to the troubled situation at the time, poverty, colonial violence and latent revolt.”

In the mid-Sixties, Bonga’s athletic talents took him to Portugal. There, he ironically became the national 400 & 200 meters champion under his birth name, while playing an active part in the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola.

When the Salazar regime finally realized he was playing a double game, he managed to get out just in time and went into exile to the Netherlands. There, in 1972, he recorded a harrowing first album soberly entitled “Angola 72” (today available on the Lusafrica label). This record quickly became the soundtrack of Angola’s struggle for independence...

January 05, 2018 10:52 PM PST

Este es un viaje por México, a través de la guitarra. Los invito a que me acompañen a conocer el mundo rico y complejo de la música tradicional mexicana con la guitarrista Anastasia Guzmán. En este programa, Anastasia nos platica sobre la riqueza de la guitarra mexicana, con ejemplos de tres variantes de la guitarra en México - jarana jarocha, jarana huasteca, vihuela - y algunos géneros musicales de varias regiones del país.

December 30, 2017 02:39 PM PST

An interview with the legendary singer Calypso Rose, recorded a few hours before her electrifying performance at the Oslo World fest. On October 31st, two hours after arriving in Oslo, I was privileged to spend 20 minutes with the undisputed Calypso Queen from Trinidad & Tobago. This is her story, along with songs from her latest album, "Far from Home".

Songs:

1. Calypso Queen.

2. No Madame.

3. Leave me Alone.

December 11, 2017 09:13 PM PST

This is the second podcast from the Oslo World festival - an interview with Wael Koudaih, AKA-Rayess Bek, talking about the project “Love and Revenge”. This music and video project was created by Randa Mirza - AKA “La Mirza - and Wael Koudaih - AKA “Rayess Bek”, with Mehdi Haddab on electric Oud and Julien Perraudeau on keyboards.

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