WBEZ | Radio M http://www.wbez.org/tags/radio-m Latest from WBEZ Chicago Public Radio en The Weekly Guide: Tony Sarabia spins around the World Music Festival http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-09-16/weekly-guide-tony-sarabia-spins-around-world-music-festival-92071 <img typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://llnw.wbez.org//segment/photo/2011-September/2011-09-16/5448123030_ec7faeeed7_b.jpg" alt="" /><p><p>Instead of watching someone else’s family drama unfold over the weekend,&nbsp;the latest <em>Weekly Guide</em> asked: how about spending some quality time with your own? WBEZ's <a href="http://www.wbez.org/staff/tony-sarabia" target="_blank">Tony Sarabia</a>, heard Friday nights on the global music show, <em><a href="http://www.wbez.org/radio-m" target="_blank">Radio M</a></em>, and every midday on WBEZ, was <em>Eight Forty-Eight's</em> <a href="http://www.wbez.org/series/weeklyguide" target="_blank">Weekly Guide</a>. He shared his family-friendly plans and some global grooves with host Alison Cuddy.</p><p><em>Music Butto: Kreem, "Now Is The Time", (KMS)<br> Music today provided by our guest DJ, DJ Frique</em></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><br> &nbsp;</p></p> Fri, 16 Sep 2011 13:54:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-09-16/weekly-guide-tony-sarabia-spins-around-world-music-festival-92071 Global Notes: Eclectic New York outfit finds the funk in Arabic music http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-07-13/global-notes-eclectic-new-york-outfit-finds-funk-arabic-music-89092 <img typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://llnw.wbez.org//segment/photo/2011-July/2011-07-13/ShusmoMumtastic.jpg" alt="" /><p><p>On this week’s <a href="http://www.wbez.org/globalnotes"><em>Global Notes</em></a>, Jerome and <a href="http://www.wbez.org/radio-m"><em>Radio M</em></a> host Tony Sarabia listen to the new album, <em><a href="http://www.shusmo.com/Albums.html" target="_blank">Mumtastic</a></em>, by the eclectic New York outfit <a href="http://www.shusmo.com/Home.html" target="_blank">Tareq Abboushi &amp; Shusmo</a>. Tony calls them a sonic "United Nations," making Arabic music out of funk and vice versa.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Track List</strong></p><p>1. Longa Nakreez</p><p>2. Georgina</p><p>3. The Wall</p><p>4. Rasty George</p><p>5. Reprise 2</p><p>6. Dal'ona</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Watch a live performance of "Apologies to Brahms" from <em>Mumtastic</em></strong></p><p><iframe allowfullscreen="" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/ROAvpxt0EJc" width="560" frameborder="0" height="349"></iframe></p></p> Wed, 13 Jul 2011 16:17:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-07-13/global-notes-eclectic-new-york-outfit-finds-funk-arabic-music-89092 Megitza Quartet brews a global blend of folk http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-07-08/megitza-quartet-brews-global-blend-folk-88877 <img typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://llnw.wbez.org//segment/photo/2011-July/2011-07-08/Megitza Quartet.jpg" alt="" /><p><p>The annual <a href="http://www.chicagofolkandroots.org/" target="_blank">Chicago Folk and Roots Festival</a> takes place this weekend in Chicago’s Lincoln Square neighborhood in its 14th year celebrating culture and music from around the world. One of the bands participating in this year’s fest is the <a href="http://www.megitzaquartet.com/" target="_blank">Megitza Quartet</a>, an amalgam of folk music from Eastern Europe and the U.S. with a particular focus on traditional Polish highlander folk and Roma music. <em>Eight Forty-Eight's</em> Joe DeCeault recently caught up with a couple of the quartet's members.</p><p>WBEZ's Tony Sarabia will bring you an encore of the quartet when they come in for an interview and performence for <a href="http://www.wbez.org/radio-m" target="_blank"><em>Radio</em> <em>M</em></a>, Friday at 9 p.m. on WBEZ.</p><p><em>Music Button: Megitza Quartet, "Mamo Temera," from the release, Boleritza (self-released)</em></p></p> Fri, 08 Jul 2011 14:24:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-07-08/megitza-quartet-brews-global-blend-folk-88877 WBEZ's 'Radio M' celebrates five years http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-04-22/wbezs-radio-m-celebrates-five-years-85548 <img typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://llnw.wbez.org//segment/photo/2011-April/2011-04-22/Sarabia.jpg" alt="" /><p><p>For the last five years <a href="http://www.wbez.org/staff/tony-sarabia" target="_blank">Tony Sarabia</a> has been rocking Friday night dance parties on WBEZ. Every week on <a href="http://www.wbez.org/radio-m%20%20" target="_blank"><em>Radio M</em></a>, Tony scours the corners of the earth – and reads a ton of liner notes - to bring you great global grooves. He plays an eclectic mix - ranging from the clubs of Berlin to the streets of Benin. But whatever you do, don't call it World Music!<br> <br> Tony joined <em>Eight Forty-Eight</em> to talk about five years of <em>Radio M</em>, and the festivities surrounding this milestone. You could catch Tony on Monday night at <a href="http://www.martyrslive.com/" target="_blank">Martyrs’</a> for <em>Radio M’s</em> 5th birthday. And tune into WBEZ every Friday night from 9-11 p.m. to hear more sounds from the show.</p></p> Fri, 22 Apr 2011 13:57:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/2011-04-22/wbezs-radio-m-celebrates-five-years-85548 Global Notes: Tony Sarabia's top world music picks for 2010 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/global-notes-tony-sarabias-top-world-music-picks-2010 <img typeof="foaf:Image" src="http://llnw.wbez.org//afro4.jpeg" alt="" /><p><p>For the final <a target="_blank" href="http://www.wbez.org/globalnotes">Global Notes</a> of 2010, <a target="_blank" href="http://www.wbez.org/radio-m">Radio M</a> and mid-day host Tony Sarabia shares his top albums of the year. Everything from Indonesian garage rock to South African house is represented.&nbsp; Because the year was full of memorable comps, he included another list just for reissues and rediscovered nuggets from around the globe.</p> <div>&nbsp;</div><div><b><i><u>Tony's Best New Releases of 2010</u></i></b></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <ol type="1" style="margin-top: 0in;" start="1"><li>Afrocubism- Afrocubism(Nonesuch)</li><li>The Liminanas- The Liminanas(Trouble in Mind)</li><li>Luisa Maita- Lero Lero(Cumbancha)</li><li>Etran Finatawa- Tarkat Tajje/Let&rsquo;s Go(Riverboat)</li><li>Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno- Dog with a Bone(TruThoughts)</li><li>Ebo Taylor- Love &amp; Death(Strut)</li><li>High Places- High Places vs. Mankind(Thrill Jockey)</li><li>BLK JKS- Zol!(Secretly Canadian)</li><li>Joan Soriano- El Duque de la Bachata(Iaso)</li><li>James Falzone- Lamentations( Allos Musica)</li><li>Bassekou Kouyate &amp; Ngoni Ba- I Speak Fula(Next Ambiance)</li><li>Ali Farka Toure &amp; Toumani Diabate- Ali &amp; Toumani(Nonesuch)</li><li>Omar Souleyman- Jazeera Nights: Folk &amp; Pop Sounds of Syria(Sublime Frequencies)</li><li>Ana Tijoux- 1977-(Nacional)</li><li>Seu Jorge &amp; Almaz- Seu Jorge &amp; Almaz(Now Again)</li><li>The Budos Band &ndash;III(Daptone Records)</li><li>Konono No.1 &ndash; Assume Crash Position(Crammed Disc)</li><li>Balkan Beat Box-Blue Eyed Black Boy(Crammed Discs)</li><li>Alex Krygier- Pesebre(Crammed Discs)</li><li>Nortec Collective Presents: Bostich &amp; Fussible: Bulevar 2000(Nacional)</li></ol> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div><b><i><u>Tony's Best Re-Issues and Compilations of 2010</u></i></b></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <ol type="1" style="margin-top: 0in;" start="1"><li>Rikki Ililonga &amp; Musi o Tunya- Dark Sunrise(Now Again)</li><li>Various Artists- Bimexicano: Nuestros Hechos Rock (Nacional)</li><li>Anibal Velasquez Y Su Conjunto- Mambo Loco(Analog Africa)</li><li>Various Artists- Shangaan Electro: New Wave Dance Music from South Africa(honest Jon&rsquo;s)</li><li>Various Artists- The Roots of Chicha Vol.II: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru(Barbes)</li><li>Various Artists- Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas(World Psychedelic)</li><li>Various Artists- Afro Beat Airways: West African Shock Waves Ghana &amp; Togo 1972-78 (Analog Africa)</li><li>Various Artists- Ayobaness: The Sound of South African House(OutHere)</li><li>Various Artists- Cumbia Beat Vol. I: Experimental Guitar Driven Tropical Sounds from Peru 1966-78(Vampisoul)</li><li>Various Artists- The Afro Sound of Colombia Vol. I(Vampisoul)</li><li>Various Artists- Next Stop&hellip;Soweto Vol. II: Soultown,R&amp;B, Funk and Psych Sounds from the Townships 1969-76 (Strut)</li><li>Various Artists- Pomegranates (Finders Keepers)</li><li>Various Artists- Roots of OK Jazz: Congo Classics 1955-56(Crammed Discs)</li><li>Various Artists- The World Ends: Afro Rock &amp; Psychedelia in 19070&rsquo;s Nigeria (Soundway)</li><li>Various Artists- Black Man&rsquo;s Cry: The Inspiration of Fela Kuti (Stones Throw)</li><li>The Psychedelic Aliens: Psycho African Beat( Academy)</li><li>Various Artists: The Sound of Siam: Leftfield Luk Thung, Jazz and Molam from Thailand 1964-75 ( Soundway)</li><li>Koes Bersudara 1967: To the So Called &ldquo; The Guilties&rdquo; ( Sublime Frequencies)</li><li>Various Artists: Palenque Palenque:Champeta Criolla &amp; Afro Roots in Colombia 1975-91 (Soundway)</li><li>Various Artists; Nigeria Special : Vol. II Modern Highlife 1970-76 ( Soundway)</li></ol><p>&nbsp;</p></p> Wed, 29 Dec 2010 15:00:00 -0600 http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/global-notes-tony-sarabias-top-world-music-picks-2010 World Cup: The joy of song (anthems be damned) http://www.wbez.org/EHague/2010/06/world-cup-the-joy-of-song-anthems-be-damned/25431 <p>"I Have a Dream... and if dreams come true... then bonnie Scotland, I'll score the winning goal for you." In 1982, the Scotland World Cup squad had an unlikely top ten hit with their official song, a brogue-laden paean to playing for the national soccer team. It was both glorious and terrible, in the best tradition of all "Ëœofficial' world cup squad songs. Today you can find <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3lV4aN9QgI" target="_blank">this gem</a>, and many others like it, online and relive a glorious tradition that is sadly, but perhaps mercifully, dying out. England also had a top ten hit in 1982 with a double-A side "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0kgg5tWhY8" target="_blank">This Time (We'll Get It Right)</a>" and "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOZT7j6mjoc" target="_blank">Fly the Flag</a>" on 7-inch 45rpm vinyl. The latter was based somewhat on a British Airways TV commercial slogan of the period and somewhat dubiously asserted that "the world is waiting for England to go the Spain to win the cup, the glory's waiting there for us." Except, of course is wasn't. Despite star midfielder Bryan Robson scoring what was, at the time, the fastest goal in a World Cup match (versus France after 27 seconds), England exited tamely in the second round group stage after successive 0-0 draws against West Germany and Spain. It was likely no consolation that "This Time (We'll Get It Right)" peaked at <a href="http://www.chartstats.com/songinfo.php?id=9882" target="_blank">number 2 in the UK charts</a>, out-selling the Scottish team's memorable effort (which peaked at number 5), but not Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder's "Ebony and Ivory." <!--break-->Ah, what nostalgia. By such songs are memories of youth are rekindled. Four years previously, in 1978,<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipGLYAxcenQ " target="_blank"> Scotland qualified for the Argentina World Cup</a> (England didn't!) and left for South America following an ill-advised open-topped bus tour before they had won anything. Their coach was the charismatic Ally MacLeod and the squad's pop song rather too confidently predicted immanent Scottish triumph, success that seemed giddily possible when Andaranik Eskandarian (father of current MLS player Alecko Eskandarian and a former New York Cosmos) scored his own <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvwKkMPJaMw " target="_blank">goal to put Scotland 1-0 up against Iran</a>. But that game ended 1-1 and Scotland soon exited the tournament despite defeating the Dutch, who would subsequently be runners-up, 3-2. The rousing, kitsch-drenched anthem, however, endures (at least amongst Scotsmen of a certain age): We're on the march wi' Ally's Army, We're going tae the Argentine, And we'll really shake them up, When we win the World Cup, 'Cos Scotland is the greatest football team By the 1980s, the World Cup song was well established across Europe. The Germans, Danes and others all recorded tunes of, er, musical distinction and harmonious squad vocals. New Order restored some credibility to the World Cup pop song in 1990 with "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eY2tuRj0v8&amp;playnext_from=QL" target="_blank">World In Motion</a>" for the England team, which included a rap by striker John Barnes and reached the UK's number one: You've got to hold and give But do it at the right time You can be slow or fast But you must get to the line They'll always hit you and hurt you Defend and attack There's only one way to beat them Get round the back Catch me if you can Cos' I'm the England man And what you're lookin' at Is the master plan We ain't no hooligans This ain't a football song Three lions on my chest I know we can't go wrong "World In Motion" was better song, and England produced a better performance, reaching the World Cup semi-finals before losing on penalties to eventual winners West Germany. Perhaps the most famous English soccer pop song was recorded for the European Championships in 1996. The Lightning Seeds, Skinner and Baddiel's "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLjMcK77BFU" target="_blank">Three Lions</a>" became a top ten smash, reached number one after being re-released for the 1998 World Cup, and continues to be sung at England games and played on German radio, where it reached the top 20. Perhaps the line about England's "thirty years of hurt" (largely due to losing regularly against Die Deutsche FuƒÅ¸ballmannschaft) put a smile on German faces. Scotland's song for the same 1996 tournament was by Primal Scream and "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh and concerned "the mystery of Scottish sport is why we hate the English so." Welsh's lyrics answering this philosophical quandary, however, are largely unprintable in polite company. The most memorable unofficial world cup pop song of recent tournaments was the collaboration between Keith Allen (Lily's dad), Alex James (of Blur) and artist Damian Hirst, together known as Fat Les. From the outset, "<a href="http://espanol.video.yahoo.com/watch/16521/1069155" target="_blank">Vindaloo</a>," recorded for the 1998 tournament held in France, was a pastiche of bad World Cup soccer songs of the past. Its video parodied The Verve's big hit of the time, "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx3m4e45bTo" target="_blank">Bittersweet Symphony</a>" and its lyrics were as nonsensical as anything the English players had ever been forced to sing: "Can I introduce you please, to a lump of Cheddar Cheese, Knit one, Pearl one, Drop one, Curl one, Kick it, Vindaloo, Vindaloo, And we all like Vindaloo, We're England, We're gonna score one more than you." Still, celebrating vindaloo curries, cheese, knitting and goals sounds like a fine, if somewhat bizarre, night out (and a recipe for subsequent heartburn). With hits like "Vindaloo" easily outselling official World Cup anthems and displacing them from the airwaves, the spoof has become the true soccer song. And, despite the vocal talents of the telegenic, pouting Shakira and her earnest, FM-friendly "<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bg_xRFWlWlc" target="_blank">Waka Waka</a>" for South Africa 2010, no soccer pop song can ever match the joyful screeching of actor John Gordon Sinclair who, like me back in 1982, dreamed of playing for Scotland: "Hey big yin, gaun yersel!"</p> Wed, 09 Jun 2010 11:54:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/EHague/2010/06/world-cup-the-joy-of-song-anthems-be-damned/25431 Radio M: Bob Marley's Rastaman Vibration giveaway! http://www.wbez.org/tsarabia/2010/05/radio-m-bob-marleys-rastaman-vibration-giveaway/22820 <p><a href="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//bob-marley-rastaman-vibration.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-22822" title="bob-marley-rastaman-vibration" src="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//bob-marley-rastaman-vibration.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="400" /></a><code> </code> It's been just over 30 years since the man who brought reggae to the world died of brain cancer, yet his popularity has shown no signs of diminishing. Robert Nesta Marley died May 11<sup>th</sup> 1981, less than 10 years after his major label debut "ËœCatch A Fire' on Island Records. This week on <em>Radio M</em>, it's the annual Bob Marley Tribute Show. Submit your favorite Marley tune, the reason behind your pick and a little story of your Marley experience. I will feature listener's picks on Friday as well as share some of the stories. You may even win one of 10 copies of Marley's CD Rastaman Vibration, my favorite album. Leave your picks in the comments. <!--break--> When I was in 8<sup>th</sup> grade in 1976 I had a very tall and mellow African American English teacher named Mr. Gilliam. He took a liking to me because of my interest in music -at that time I was into disco and soul and what my older cousins called "Ëœjams' like Billy Stewart and The Dells. One day he brought in Rastaman Vibration from Bob Marley &amp; the Wailers and played some of it in class to use as an example of protest music. I was immediately taken by the soulfulness of the music, the "Ëœthick' sound and of course this extraordinary voice that sounded a bit like Sam Cooke with a quiver. After class I told him as much and he smiled in satisfaction. The tune that stuck me was Crazy Baldhead, with its heavy one- drop intro then Marley emoting with a plaintive wail- a sound I'd not heard before then. Then at the 1:10 mark , Marley breaks into 13 seconds of scatting - it's still gives me goose bumps. A powerful song about exploitation, abuse of power and inequality set to some of the most soulful sounds. Rastaman Vibration remains my favorite Marley album. Three years after my discovery I found myself sitting outside a Sears store one morning with three other friends, waiting for the store to open and be escorted up to the third floor where the Ticktetron booths were located to buy seats to the Bob Marley show at the Uptown Theatre. This was before wristbands so it was first in line, first to get tickets. Between the three of us, we scored row six smack dab in the middle on the main floor!!! ‚ I can still remember seeing Marley's sweat fly off his head as he shook his dreads and skanking to the music. For a 16 year old it was a near religious experience. That final Chicago Marley appearance still ranks at the top of my all time greatest concert experiences.</p> Wed, 12 May 2010 10:57:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/tsarabia/2010/05/radio-m-bob-marleys-rastaman-vibration-giveaway/22820 Radio M: Free ticket giveaway for Johann Johannson!!!!!! http://www.wbez.org/blog/radio-m-free-ticket-giveaway-johann-johannson <p>Yesterday, we announced that <a href="http://www.chicagopublicradio.org/Program_RM.aspx ">Radio M</a> host Tony Sarabia had two pairs of tickets to give away to the <a href="/jkaufmann/2010/05/free-ticket-giveaway-jovanotti-at-lincoln-hall-thursday/22084">Jovanotti show</a> (Italian hip-hop) at Lincoln Hall. It's time to announce the winners. And, since only two people commented, everyone's a winner! Lisa Simone will get to see her "absolute favorite singer" and Doug Aburano has "something to do tonight." <a href="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//johannson.jpg"><img class="size-full wp-image-22250" title="johannson" src="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//johannson.jpg" alt="" width="500" height="500" /></a> <p style="text-align: center;"></p> So let's do it again! We have tickets for a whole different show at Lincoln Hall for Friday. It's for the Jƒ³hann Jƒ³hannsson show. The Icelandic musician is in town, ready to perform. Here's his tune, The Gift: <a href="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//08-The-Gift.mp3">08 The Gift</a> We're giving away two pairs of tickets on this blog.‚  Leave a comment on why you want to go and we'll draw tomorrow at noon. Jƒ³hann Jƒ³hannsson: Lincoln Hall May 7<sup>th</sup> 10pm 2 pairs of tickets <a href="http://www.myspace.com/johannjohannsson" target="_blank">Jƒ³hann Jƒ³hannsson</a> is an Icelandic musician, composer and producer. He is a member of the Icelandic electronica super group Evil Madness. His music is haunting and slow building but never bombastic. Think-electronica meets classical.</p> Thu, 06 May 2010 12:59:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/blog/radio-m-free-ticket-giveaway-johann-johannson Free ticket giveaway: Jovanotti at Lincoln Hall Thursday! http://www.wbez.org/jkaufmann/2010/05/free-ticket-giveaway-jovanotti-at-lincoln-hall-thursday/22084 <p>Who says I never do anything for ya? We're giving away tickets to a show! <a href="http://www.chicagopublicradio.org/Program_RM.aspx">Radio M</a> host Tony Sarabia has two pairs of tickets to give away to the Jovanotti show (Italian hip-hop) at Lincoln Hall tomorrow. <a href="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//jovanotti.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-22090" title="jovanotti" src="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//jovanotti.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="400" /></a><code> </code> Here's the Jovanotti tune "Temporale" to give you a taste: <a href="/sites/default/files/archives/blogs//07-Temporale.mp3">07 Temporale</a> Tell us in the comments why you want to go. Then we'll pick two winners (2 pairs) randomly by noon Thursday. If you win, you can just give your names at the door and waltz right in! Jovanotti: Lincoln Hall May 6th: 9pm Jovanotti is an Italian singer songwriter and hip hop artist. His real name is Lorenzo Cherubini. Most of his songs are sung in Italian but he released a Spanish-language greatest hits album. His live album includes a short version of the Sugar Hill Gang's "Rapper's Delight". Jovanotti appears on several international compilations, most notably Red Hot + Rhapsody, a 1998 tribute to George Gershwin, on which he performed "I Got Rhythm". His most famous songs are "L'Ombelico del Mondo" and "Serenata Rap". Lyrically he has increasingly addressed philosophical, religious and political issues.</p> Wed, 05 May 2010 13:25:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/jkaufmann/2010/05/free-ticket-giveaway-jovanotti-at-lincoln-hall-thursday/22084 Amadou and Miriam stop by Radio M tonight http://www.wbez.org/agill/2009/06/amadou-and-miriam-stop-by-radio-m-tonight/3959 <p>Ok, it actually happened earlier this week before their show at the Park West, but nonetheless, THE blind couple from Mali sat down and spoke with <a href="http://www.chicagopublicradio.org/Program_RM.aspx">Radio M</a>'s Tony Sarabia. You want proof? Check out this photo I took: <img class="alignnone" title="amadou" src="http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3366/3598808286_707cef853c.jpg" alt="" width="500" height="333" /> You can hear the interview tonight (as well as great music from around the world) around 9pm on Radio M. You can watch this video of their latest single <em>right now</em> (and if you speak French maybe you could tell me what the song's about in the comments): <object width="430" height="275" data="http://assets.delvenetworks.com/player/loader.swf" type="application/x-shockwave-flash"><param name="id" value="delve_playerf41db15d64b449eaa0064d5529d83f23334260o" /><param name="wmode" value="window" /><param name="allowScriptAccess" value="always" /><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true" /><param name="flashvars" value="mediaId=59ad54a3b5a547c5962270578a1af817&amp;playerForm=88a26316a62d4655a806dda0da4e95ca&amp;autoplayNextClip=true" /><param name="src" value="http://assets.delvenetworks.com/player/loader.swf" /><param name="name" value="delve_playerf41db15d64b449eaa0064d5529d83f23334260e" /><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true" /></object></p> Fri, 05 Jun 2009 14:06:00 -0500 http://www.wbez.org/agill/2009/06/amadou-and-miriam-stop-by-radio-m-tonight/3959