Coming up on this week’s 199th edition of Curved Radio : Gayle speaks to Curvy crew member, the fabbo Rona Geffen – RG Music in Berlin and also interviews author and activist Rami Shamir in New York (introduced to us by BillyBoy* a few weeks back) about his acclaimed novel, ‘Train to Pokipse’ and the Kickstarter campaign around it.
Janice of ARTERIAL FLOW has another batch of great tracks and new artists to share that she’s hunted down for us and mr.K interviews friend, adventurer and social activist for change, Susan Welch, an Australian woman based in Nepal who was caught up in the major earthquake that struck that country in April about her experiences, the positive change that such a disaster has brought about and her fundraising campaign, in its very last days, to provide urgently needed aid and shelter to the people in the village of Nuwakot before the monsoon season descends on that region of the world.
Of course, amongst all this curviness, Gayle keeps the music swervin’ as only Gayle can and serves up a big collective smile on the radio dial as we step out into Curvyland for another week.
Are you ready?
mr.K’s interview with Susan Welch on her fundraising for the people of Nuwakot village in quake stricken Nepal.
Gayle’s interview with author/activist, Rami Shamir
|Playlist and links for 199th Curved Radio : Broadcast 31:05:15|
|Track Name / Link||Artist Name / Link|
|Broken Clocks (inst.)||L’Orange|
|Bond Street||Enoch Light featuring The Free Design|
|Dancing Girl||Terry Callier|
|Metamorphosis Three||Philip Glass|
|What Makes You Strong||Y’Akoto|
|NGO HONG QUANG (song by the lake)||Petites Planètes|
|(Knocking on) Django’s Door||Dario Napoli|
|Knew That Day||Harry Keyworth|
|Hat||Smadj Presents S.O.S. Project|
|Gravity’s Angel||Laurie Anderson|
|Back To The Roots||Karima|
|Miss You||Infinite Livez|
|The Age Of Self||Robert Wyatt|
|Uncle Meat||Ensemble Ambrosius|
|J’ai Connais Pas||Rickie Lee Jones|
|Resonance||My Brightest Diamond|
|Fever [Adam Freeland Remix]||Sarah Vaughan|
|Back In The Day||Chap One|
|Paper Van Gogh||Shelby Lynne|
|O canto De Ossanha / L’eau à la bouche||Clotilde Rullaud|