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

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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