Archive for April, 2012

Listen and learn from “Let’s Talk Business” with serial entrepreneur and host Mitch Schlimer

Listen to this weeks ” Let’s Talk Business” at http://www.wrek.org/letstalkbusiness, with serial entrepreneur and host Mitch Schlimer. Mitch’s featured guests were Stephen Caldeira, the CEO & President of the International Franchise Association and entrepreneur and franchising expert Craig Slavin, the founder and CEO of Franchise Architects. Just click the “last show arrow on top” and enjoy this whole show focused on the 2 trillion dollar world of franchising.

Goldsoundz 24 April 2012

GROUPLOVE- “Tongue Tied”

Alabama Shakes- “Hang Loose”

Tame Impala- “Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind?”

 

The Asteroids Galaxy Tour-”The Golden Age”

Sleigh Bells-”Rill Rill”

Crystal Fighters- “At Home”

 

Tapes n’ Tapes- “Freak Out”

Screaming Females- “I Don’t Mind It”

The Bitters- “Warrior”

 

Health- “Perfect Skin”

Beach House- “Heart and Lungs”

 

Listen to the archive HERE!

Electric Boogaloo Playlist for 04.19.12

Kudos to The Price is Right for holding down the ship this past Thursday, while yours truly got busy to the Screaming Eagle of Soul.

Check out the E-Boogie blog for a special announcement later on today (hint: guest deejay!), regarding this week’s show. Of course you know I’m talking about The Electric Boogaloo, 11pm to midnight this and every Thursday on 91.1 FM in Atlanta and streaming live at wrek.org.

Anywho, here are the jams that “came on down” last week. As always, you can grab it live right off of Twitter.

Playlist for 04/19/12:

  • Artist – Title
  • Jamiroquai – Music of the Mind
  • Parliament – Liquid Sunshine
  • Avenue Blue – Pick up the Pieces
  • Noot d’Noot – Poison Pen
  • Herbie Hancock – Sun Touch
  • Sarah Vaughan – Broken Hearted Melody
  • Medeski, Martin & Wood – Reflector
  • Stevie Wonder – Maybe Your Baby
  • Devo – Auto Modown/Space Girl Blues
  • Thad Jones – Us
  • Mulatu Astatke – Yegelle Tezeta (My Own Memory)
  • Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Blackbird Special

Pick up the stream of last week’s show here! or embedded in the Electric Boogaloo home page and be sure to grab a fresh one every Thursday night at 11pm on 91.1 fm Atlanta or wrek.org.

Sub-Saharan Vibes April 23, 2012

Artist                                                                                               Song

  • Tama                                                                   Nostalgie
  • Lijadu Sisters                                                      Ocupa
  • The Toure-Raichel Collective                              Ai Houde Bakoi
  • Fatoumata Diawara                                            Kanou
  • Bombino                                                             Kamou Taliat  (You, My   Beloved)
  • Nia Safi & Imani Njoma Group                            Kibati
  • Akim El Sikameya                                               Barco Negro
  • Khaira Arby                                                         Khaira
  • Comrade Fatso & Chabvondoka                       Wonderful Africa
  • Kanda Bongo Man                                              Belle Amie
  • Sidi Toure                                                            Euzo

Continental Drift for April 23, 2012 — Egypt

Take a fantastic journey with your host DJ Felipe to an important cultural center for North Africa and Southwest Asia. Of course, we’re talking about Egypt! Hear the sounds of a land as dry and as culturally varied as they come! We’ll even learn a thing or two about those majestic pyramids…

You can listen to the world on Continental Drift! Every Monday night from 10 PM until midnight Eastern Time. The playlist for this episode is below.

01) “Coptic Mass: [Untitled]” — Ayyad Naggib, Girgis Habib
02) “Salah” — Michael Levy
03) “Salamat Salamat” — Ra’is Qinnawi Mizmar Band
04) “Hossam and Mohamed” — Hossam Ramzy, Mohamed el Toukhy
05) “Zai el Hawa” — Abdel Halim Hafez
06) “Hymn To Horus” — Michael Levy
07) “Baladi Dance” — Abu Zariya Band
08) “Asmar Helwah Ya Nas Uhibuh” — Sitt Widoudah al-Manyalawiyyah, Sami al-Shawa
09) “Ashki Limn Zill El-hawa” — Munirah al-Mahdiyyah
10) “1st Diaspora: Egypt” — Steve Lieverman The Gangsta Rabbi
11) “Khud Lak Yawm” — Mufidah Ahmed
12) “Tahtil Shibbak” — Fatme Serhan
13) “Al Ghazal” — Ali Hassan Kuban
14) “Qal Eh Ya Hliff” — Umm Kulthum
15) “Gure Na Imi” — Ali Hassan Kuban
16) “Wayah” — Amr Diab
17) “Childhood” — Hamza El Din
18) “Hannena feat. Mohamed Mounir” — Genetic Drugs
19) “Bent Il Balad” — Fatme Serhan
20) “Illa Habibi” — Amr Diab