This is a truly listener-supported show because the songs have been suggested by folks like you. So grab a seat somewhere or roll the windows down and savor the sounds of big name bands like Deep Purple, The Allman Brothers Band, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, and The Doors. Or relish the newer wave of artists represented by Ray LaMontagne, Red Cosmos, Klaus Grobe, and Hard Working Americans. Check the playlist out, catch my blog for the CD of the Month, and email me at email@example.com to get a song on the next comp. The G Man
A lot of great electronic albums have been dropping this month and on today's edition of Music is My Medication I'll be prescribing you a heavy dose of freshly picked glitch-hop, breakbeats and big funky bass. I'll be featuring Bassnectar and his upcoming album Unlimited, but we'll also hear from new albums by Opiuo, Tor, Inqiteka and a whole lot more. Stream it live Tuesday, June 14th, 5pm-6pm CDT right here on KRUU radio.
Some of the music played is available for free streaming and download from the artists themselves. Check out the playlist here for links.
Timothy Patrick McCarthyis Lecturer on History and Literature, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, and Director of the Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights Program at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. We will discuss his recent article on the Orlando tragedy: https://nursingclio.org/2016/06/14/more-than-blood/
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THE WEEK THAT WAS
Anthem for Bummed Youth
Paul Ryan’s Purgatory
>>>States Of War
There are now only 10 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict
NATO launches largest war games exercise since the end of the Cold War
The Mediterranean Microcosm
Our Friends Who Live Across the Sea
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Obvious World ~ Sunday Nights ~ 9e/8c/7m/6p ♥
Take a Swirl through the Dirty Yellow Mist in a Cyclical fashion with me. Though There Is No Substance between, you are In The Running for the Invocation & Ritual Dance to help you to The Big Heist. From Big Heart City thru The Navajo Trail, or Traversing Through the Arctic Cold, Always In A Room. This is Music For the Other Head, and Not Just A Ghost's Heart. All these trippy songs this weekend, Saturday morning at 2, Monday morning at 4. Cool Breeze
In "Journey Interruped, A Family Without a Country in a World at War," Hildegarde Mahoney shares the fascinating story of her German-American family being stranded in Japan on the way to visit family in Germany at the onset of the war. Hillie was only 7 when the story begins, and 16 when she and her family finally returned to New York.
The details of their stay in Japan, and then later in Germany where they were repatriated after the war, paint a vivid picture of a unique time in history.
Join us this week on Writers' Voices to meet Hildegarde Mahoney and hear more about her fascinating story.
Of the three wide releases this week: Warcraft, Now you See Me 2 and The Conjuring 2, we most anticipated Warcraft. It's directed by (David Bowie's son) Duncan Jones, who's debut film Moon, starring Sam Rockwell was one of our faves of 2009. Alas, the curse of unsuccessful adaptations of video games to film continues. "Director Duncan Jones will live to fight another day. But you leave the mostly worthless Warcraft with just two words ringing in your ear: Game over." - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.
As with the spiritual documentary Gurukulam last week, we're excited about the filmosophical documentary: The Music Of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and The Silk Road Ensemble. "From Morgan Neville, the director of the Oscar-winning documentary 20 Feet from Stardom and the critically acclaimed Best of Enemies, the new film The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble tells the extraordinary story of the renowned international musical collective created by legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The documentary follows this group of diverse instrumentalists, vocalists, composers, arrangers, visual artists and storytellers as they explore the power of music to preserve tradition, shape cultural evolution and inspire hope." Watch the trailer and be inspired! "Morgan Neville's documentary is a joyous revelation, a group portrait of superb musicians from all over the world offering music as an emblem of what people can do in these fractious times when they live in concert with one another." - Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal
We'll talk about this and more on the Filmosophers, with Chris Busch and Bruce Miller, where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions. "The clearest reason for music, for culture... is it gives us meaning. We started as an idea: A group of musicians getting together and seeing what might happen when strangers meet." - Yo-Yo Ma. "This was like the Manhattan Project of music. No one knew what was going to happen." "There's no east or west. There's just a globe." - The Music of Strangers
His First Solo Album in 23 Years
"Keith Richards' first solo album since 1992 opens like a fever dream, with the 71-year-old rock god croaking acoustic blues like Robert Johnson after burning down a half-ounce spliff." -- Rolling Stone