Tweet This week is a show. People will talk. They might even be funny this time. Will Sweet Gail get through or be ignored? Listen live or enjoy the podcast anytime.
Tweet Here it is, our 101st BBR! We got a new logo (check below!) and a new job at the station, but BBR’s winning formula will never change: All the great music we can pack into two hours! For this show, we will dedicate our first hour to a real Brazilian institution: The Orquestra Tabajara! […]
Tweet Here it is, finally, our 100th BBR! To celebrate, your host will share with you three – count ‘em – THREE of his favorite albums of all time, two of which are extremely rare, straight from Will’s record collection! We’ll start with the best known of the three, the seminal Tropicália: ou Panis et Circencis, […]
Tweet Back from a little vacation, “L” and Skech2 bring out gems of music for the airwaves tonight. Playing new music they pickup over the last two weeks, this promises to be a hot show. So join both dj’s and Renaissance aKa the Lieutenant on this funky ride tonight. FaceBook: The Boro Twitter: @muzicsnobs @mightyl_uno […]
Tweet This weeks featured vinyl: Johnny Winter, the Texas blues guitarist known for his scorching riffs, flowing white hair and gravelly, hard-times voice, died this week. As a tribute we dedicate the entire show to him including two vinyl LPs. First, recruiting Rick Derringer as his sideman, this was hard rock with a blues edge […]
Tweet For our 99th Bem Brasil Radio Show, we’ll treat ourselves to the many musical talents of the great Sivuca ! A great Brazilian Multi-Instrumentalist, Conductor, Arranger, Composer, Orchestrator, and Singer. His compositions span various styles, including choro, frevo, forró, baião, classical, blues, jazz, and others. His successful international career included performances with Baden Powell, Toots […]
Tweet This weeks featured vinyl (& CD): We return with a Bay Area legend – The Queen of San Francisco Blues: Sugarpie DeSanto. First, what is undoubtedly her most recognized album compilation of her biggest hits including duets with Etta James; from 1989 its Down In The Basement. Next, a hard-to-find vinyl record released upon […]
Tweet Everybody listen in and welcome the new Not Safe For Work co-host! But you have to listen to find out who it is! Listen live 6-8pm PST in Studio A1 or enjoy the podcast anytime.
Tweet Here we are, doing our 98th (!) Bem Brasil Radio Show, and we have still barely scratched the surface of the almost infinite list of talent that Brazil has produced in the past few generations. To drive the point home, today’s show will feature “the Janis Joplin of Bossa Nova”, Maysa Matarazzo! Starting in music at […]