Wara bring their fab take on Cuban music to the Home Spun Show. Salsa meets Reggae, Afro-Jazz meets Rap in the underground sounds of London’s new pan-world immigrant communities.
- How the CIA exported Abstract Expressionism around the world during the 60’s to promote ‘freedom’ & the American Way.
- How the Jamaicans took foghorns from American warships and turned them into bass speakers, inventing sound system culture.
- Tom Collis extols the virtues of the VW Combi ‘bread loaf ‘camper van. So long as the damned thing doesn’t over-cook and catch fire!
- It’s Banjo bashing time with Robert Crumb & the Cheap Suit Serenaders.
- We say No, No, No to Yes.
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Slides of the Vinyl
Episode 58 Tracklist
- Los Boppers – Ali Baba
- Jackie Mitoo – Keep on Dance U
- Nice Face – Minor Altercation
- Original Flavor – Can I get Open
- The Gardenias – I’m Laughing at You
- The Syndicates – Howling For My Baby
- Wara – Conga (Intro)
- Wara – Somewhere Land
- Wara – 7 A.M.
- Milton Banana – Procissão
- Lani Kai – Batik
- Cheap Suit Serenaders – Fine Artiste Blues
- John Fahey – Dance of the Inhabitants of the Invisible City of Bladensburg
- Wara – Caprichoso
- Wara – Run
- Wara – Leave to Remain
- Wara – Conga
- Captain Beefheart – China Pig
- Sonic Youth – Death Valley 69
- Beach Boys – Till I Die