World Music à Go-Go — Groovy sounds of the 1960s — 6–8:30PM SLT

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by rieladmin on Monday, 17 January, 2011

What happened when the British Invasion hit east Asia? When Bollywood dancers started doing the Mashed Potato? When San Francisco psychedelia reached Europe, South America, and Africa?

Tune into tonight’s edition of Monday Night World Music and find out as we bring you World Music à Go-Go — Groovy sounds of the 1960s. We’ll hop all over the world and hear the groovy rock sounds of garage band pioneers like Japan’s The Spiders and Indonesia’s Dara Puspita; France’s beehived chanteuses like Liz Brady and Clothilde; Brazil’s masters of psychedelia Os Mutantes; India’s brilliant innovator R.D. Burman; Nigeria’s Orlando Julius; and much, much more.

I’ve been dying to do this set for a long time and I promise you’ll have a far-out time. So come hang out with me (Carter) tonight from 6–8:30PM SLT. Groovy period costumes very much encouraged but completely optional. You can join us in world at Madhu’s Café Indien, or listen in on Radio Riel’s main stream. Hope to see you there!

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