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Episode 50 - The Home Spun Sessions: Pe De Jurema

Episode 50 - The Home Spun Sessions: Pe De Jurema

Playing tracks by

Helen Humes , Tim Hardin, Fred McDowell, Hackney Colliery Band, Astrid Gilberto and more.

We are really excited to present the excellent Pé De Jurema performing a captivating mix of folkoric sounds from North Eastern Brazil for you lucky listeners. There’s Maracatú, Coco de Roda and Forró for your listening pleasure.

plus:

Why do modern rock bands still do the same ol’, same ol’, macho posturing that they’ve always done. It’s a dated shabby look chaps!
Check out Dom Servini’s excellent Wah Wah 45′s label for the best in funk and contemporary soul moves.
The Gilberto dynasty, Astrid and Bebel, who helped create a new idiom in Brazilian music: Bossa Nova was the cool sound of Ipanema beach and the hot sound of Rio de Janeiro’s Jazz Bars during the 60′s.
Robert Wyatt does despotic. There’s nowt like folk!
Brassed off with the Hackney Colliery Band.

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