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Wednesday, 08 November 2023, 09:42 PM

Ned Sublette on The Clave Chronicles!

An especially exciting new episode, and hopefully the first of several with the great Ned Sublette, whose combination of knowledge about Cuban, Afro-North American, and African music puts him in a class of his own. This episode focuses on folkloric music. Here's Rebecca's description:

Rebecca speaks with musician/producer/historian Ned Sublette, author of the most comprehensive history of Cuban music in English, Cuba and Its Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo. Sublette is leading trips to Cuba through his organization, Postmambo, and in January will embark on La Ruta de los Fundamentos, a tour focusing on Afro-Cuban sacred sites in western Cuba (email postmambo@gmail.com for more info). We talk about the dense and entangled networks of Afro-Cuban religious practice and play a few fieldwork recordings from rural western Cuba.

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Friday, 27 October 2023, 08:55 PM

Two New Episodes of The Clave Chronicles

Congolese Rumba & Orisha Music

In Congalese Rumba: Cuban Music Goes Back Home, Rebecca Bodenheimer interviews French historian Charlotte Grabli on the fascinating journey of African rhythms from the Congo to Cuba and back again.

Drumming and Singing for the Orishas is a great overiew of batá rhythms in both religious and popular music--from the Oru seco to Adalberto to the Bay Area's own Jesús Díaz y su QBA.

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Tuesday, 17 October 2023, 04:28 PM

Monterey Jazz Festival, Part 4

Here's Tom Ehrlich's third of four galleries from this year's Monterey Jazz Festival.

Sandy Cressman

Dancers Samara Atkins, Juliana Cressman and Molly Levy

Ami Molinelli

Claudia Villela

 

Celso Alberti

Clay Ross

Falu Shah

Yasushi Nakamura

Clarence Penn

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Monday, 16 October 2023, 04:14 PM

Monterey Jazz Festival, Part 3

Here's Tom Ehrlich's third of four galleries from this year's Monterey Jazz Festival.

Sullivan Fortnier

Kendrick Scott

Jeremy Pelt (trumpet) and Lew Tabackin (sax)

Charles Lloyd (flute) and Gerald Clayton (piano)

Angela Davis and Terri Lyne Carrington

Billy Childs

Sean Jones

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