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Men of Meaning

Don't worry. This week's World Music Show (4/26) won't be entirely dominated by men. But in looking over this week's playist, I noticed that the male voice does take prominence this week (which means in the coming weeks, I'll have to reverse this particular menu--it's only fair). The good thing is that the "Men of Meaning," as the title refers to, come from an array of locales and all have unique and distinct sounds.

Música en el Fuego!

On this week's World Music Show (4/19/14), the choice of tunes will be smooth, crisp, taut and on fire! And the brunt of them will have a Latin flare (hence this week's title). Spread over the two-hour journey, we'll hear genres ranging from Rumba, to Samba, to even some American Pop Standards redone in the vein of an upbeat dance number. So, buckle up, because it's time to lay down the fuse that will set this show off.

Got Fado?

Ok, first up, my apologies to the Milk Advisory Board (since that's where the "Got..." came from). I guess the headline should read "Get Fado?" since the first hour of this week's World Music Show (4/5) features some great Fado music. And my apologies to the band Cafe Tacuba, who are pictured above. They are not Fado musicians. They appear in hour of the World Music Show. It's such a great picture that I had to feature it. But let's get back to Fado music.

Brazilian Boogaloo

So I'm not sure how to say this. And I'm not sure I'm ready to share this bit of information with a worldwide audience, either. But, here it goes. I have a problem. I have this addiction to Brazilian and Latin music. I mean, not a World Music Show goes by in which I don't try to sneak a song or two (or three or four) into one of the two hours. Then, there are other times in which I throw caution into the wind and pretty much dedicate a good chunk of the show to this spectrum of music.

Stellar Pairings & Random Musings

Sometimes putting two artists together, whether they're from similar backgrounds or from polar opposites, hits the proverbial ball out of the park. While in other instances, mash-ups of artists falls as flat as two-day root beer. Well, luckily, on this week's World Music Show (3/22), the latter won't happen becuase on the docket are great pairings as well as some choice random acts of world musical goodness.

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