Latin Hemispheres (Music)
Providing a wide spectrum of contemporary tunes, beats, sounds and pulsations all with the Latin touch. From club dance to traditional rhythms, from tock to jazz, from chill to throb. Two hours of fun, grace, weird and the human spirit. ¡Asi nos gusta!
Sun Nov 13th 2011 1.00am–3.00am
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links
Time zone: central
Nava “Hey You” from Rough Guide to Urban Latino (Rough Guide 2000) —From his self entitled debut on the Ryko label. Puerto Rican born Rodolfo Barreras, wrote hit songs for Elvis Crespo, Olga Tañon and others got his name is from an Aboriginal language that means love.Buy it!
El Simbolo “1 2 3” from No Pares (Fonovisa 1998) —This pop hit appears on numerous albums/compilations for this Argentine band that used to be known as TNN (The New Nation), even had their own label.Buy it!
Thievery Corporation “Ambition Eterna” from The Cosmic Game (ESL 2005) —From their base in Washington D.C. the genius duo, Rob Garza & Eric Hilton have conquered the world with their abstract/trip-hop/acid jazz/chill out/down tempo productions skills with the help of countless world music musicians.Buy it!
Funky C “Actitud” from Joya (Sonic360 2007) —Chilean artist Cristian Sol Moraga Farias brings Latin soul, hip-hop, funk & electronics to crowds as he toured with Cypress Hill, Red Hot Chile Peppers and others.Buy it!
Che Sudaka “"Corazon"” from Cavernicola Recordings Vol. 1 (Cavernicola Records )Spain) 2006) —Rock, cumbia, ska, reggae are some of the rhythms these South American musicians that reside in Spain combine for upbeat energetic music, plus antics on stage.Buy it!
Faltriqueira “Palmira” from Women's World Voices Vol. 5 (Blue Flame 2005) —The pocket that is found under traditional costumes worn by dancers in the tradition of pandereteiras or female tambourine players is a faltriqueira. The five female vocalists from northern Spain follow the melodic tradition of mixing voice with instrumenBuy it!
Kad Achouri “Mi Negra” from Putumayo Presents Nuevo Latino (Putumayo www.putumayo.com) —This track is from his '02 Liberte release on the Stern's Music label, the French man living in London, leaning towards Spanish/Latin rhythms.Buy it!
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