I know. It's just around the corner. That "holiday" known as St. Patrick's Day. And that's right, I gave the holiday some quote marks. I'll get to that in bit. But there's something else on the horizon for this week's World Music Show (3/12). And I'll get to that too in greater detail down below. But for those who require a quickie, or who want a just the facts, well then, here you go.
The World Music Show
On this week's World Music Show (3/25), we're going to take a walk into the land of cool by looking at the alternative side of Latin music, as well as hear new releases from the über cool Karsh Kale and we'll pull down some covers on some great rock songs as well as head to Cyprus to check out those cool looking fellows pictured above, who are Monsieur Doumani.
Alright, I'm going to go retro on everyone right now. I'm going to pull out an image from yesteryear, so stay with me. It's Felix the Cat.
That's right. Here comes the beat, along with Ska, harmonies and some desert guitar music. In fact, this week's World Music Show (2/20) could be titled or sub-titled: Beats, Ska & Harmonies (as a reference to the Rap band with a similar name).
But this is just the tip of the drumstick my friends.
On the turntable (and I use that term figuratively) for this week's World Music Show (2/13), will be some new Brazilian music from a singer who's sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and who's the best female performer in that country with the most #1 hits. Plus, she's also virtually vinyl. Plus, get ready for a mini-salute to the Mexican band Cafe Tacuba, the band who's singer could be channeling Tom Waits.