• Fri
    Sep 03
    12:00 pm -
    1:00 pm
  • Mon
    Sep 06
    7:00 am -
    8:00 am

Dr. Eboo Patel discusses "Acts of Faith"

Dr. Eboo PatelThis week Writer's Voices welcomes Dr. Eboo Patel, the founder and Executive Director of Interfaith Youth Core(IFYC), an organization dedicated to growing the global interfaith youth movement, to discuss his book "Acts of Faith: The Story of an American Muslim, in the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation", published by Beacon Press. The book tells of his life, work with the IFYC, and vision of making interfaith cooperation a social norm.

Dr. Patel served on President Obama’s Advisory Council of the White House Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, was named one of "America's Best Leaders 2009" by U.S. News & World Report, and has been a regular contrubitor to to the Washinton Post, National Public Radio, USA Today and CNN.


"Throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor.
Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover.”
~ Mark Twain

Sunday Nights
Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p
:::Obvious World:::

After a very long break Soul Product is back on the airwaves live!

Some Classic Head-worthy beats to get your cool Saturday evening going.

 

A Tribe Called Quest - Luck of Lucien

Common Market - Nothin' At All

Fabio Musta - Feel It Feat. Guilty Simpson


Athletic Mic League - The 8 Sideways

 

saturday september 4 is a day to remember all that is good in this world and what better way to remember then tunning in and dropping out with some rock -n- roll. 5-6 pm is your time to shine in the happines of smiles. i'm going to give you some bad religion so you don't have to grow up and shag your way into submission. yes that's right and you can bring along your lump and try some filet of soul but i can't promise you will get some satisfaction. so don't lynch the landlord man instead let lord octo curve your brimeful of hate with some velvet gold mine nuggets of love and rock the radio till you sing your heartbreaker blues away and have a cheese burgerrrrrrrrrrrr.

  • Sat
    Sep 04
    5:00 pm -
    5:00 pm

Single White Male

Freelance WhalesShoegazer is getting the hang of this solitary gunman thing. This week's installment features a mish mash of tracks with little relation other than their undeniable sweetness (i.e. the detritus of my life). The cast includes Fujiya & Miyagi, Freelance Whales, Fanfarlo, Beck, Stars, Band of Horses and even Jane's Addiction among others. Bring it back, bring it back. I promise it's not a horror show. Saturday at 6pm and again Thursday at 9am.

 

Human Blue
Saturday morning Pirate Satellite grooves ambient electronic music from one of our fave labels- Interchill Records. Hear music from Human Blue; Chaos By Design; Pushmipulyu; Gaudi; Kaya Project; Eat Static; Flowers of Wraith and Adham Shaikh. We'll also hear one of Pirate Satellite's current favorites: Ember (Re-Ember mix) by Drift.

"Music is moral law. It gives a soul to the universe, wings to mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness and a gaiety in life to everything. It is the essence of Order and leads to all that is good, True and beautiful. Music is...........

"Pirate Satellite"

Summerland

variety with Mike Ragogna is not currently scheduled.

Get your week started with Mike Ragogna in Summerland, where it's always summer, all the time...

  • Sun
    Sep 05
    7:00 am -
    8:00 am

50 Years of Mashups

Mashups are like carefully constructed genetic accidents: some clever god with a good ear and mixing software takes the elements of one song and combines them with another song--matching the beats, key, and whenever possible, chord changes--and produces a hybrid with the best of both DNA samples. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't (great hype was written about "The Grey Album"--a mashup of tracks from The Beatles "White Album" and Jay-Z's "Black Album"--but I didn't think it worked). Most of the producers who do the production work toil in uncompensated anonymity.


This week they get their due, if not their dues.


eminemThe first weird combination isled zeppelin Eminem and Led Zeppelin. Take the hard-edged riffs of Led Zep and the gritty spit of Slim Shady and the result is...well, riffy spit or something like that. OK, get the idea?

Vegetable dahl with paneerFor over 30 years, Dominick Mason has been learning, teaching and cooking food utilizing the Ayurvedic system that comes from India and has its roots in an oral tradition stretching back thousands of years.
Ayurvedic cooking takes into account the physiological state of those at the table, the seasonal influences, a balance of six different tastes, and many other factors.  Sounds complicated, but Dominick has plenty of practical ideas for the home cook to assist in easily putting these principles to work in daily food preparation.  His objective is to simply help you cook in a more healthy manner.
In the studio we'll prepare a dahl (soup) plus cook some fresh spiced (not hot) cheese, and a cooling drink to help beat the heat.
Join Dominick, Kathy, and me in the KRUU studio or catch us in cyberspace at kruufm.com.  If you miss Wednesday's show, the rebroadcast is Friday morning at 7:00 CDT.

Bill FrisellGrateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart waxes poetic in a free-ranging interview with KRUU radio personality Mike Ragogna, entertainment contributor to the Huffington Post. As an original member of one of America's seminal rock bands that featured two drummers, "Rhythm Devil" Hart is a percussionist and musicologist.

Composer Bill Frisell has been one of the leading guitarists in jazz since the late '80s. His eclectic music touches on progressive folk, classical, country, noise and more. He is known for using an array of effects to create unique sounds from his instrument. His new record, "Beautiful Dreamers" on the Savoy Jazz label, came out Tuesday.

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