The second part of our musical ping-pong begins in New York and swings through the underground clubs to unusual 5/4 time, tells of a blind multi-instrumentalist, abandoned nuclear power plants and finally floats through folky Turkish-Ottoman soundscapes.
A special feature about music from Ethiopia starting with the “Father of Ethio-Jazz” but reaching out beyond into contemporary tunes.
My most favorite Bob Dylan songs about trials, murder and social injustice.
What made the Canyon neighborhood so special in the 60s — 70s? And what’s Jonathan Wilsons role in the early 2010s renaissance? Including a handpicked playlist with songs from then and now.
The first article and playlist for Beyond Tape became a matter of the heart: The Blues.