KBUT 90.3 Crested Butte

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Radio Active Show (Music)


The roots and branches of Afro-Caribbean rhythms including El Son Cubano, Salsa Dura, Timba, Cu-bop, Brazilian jazz, Rumba Cubana from East coast to Left Coast, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Columbia, the African diaspora and beyond.

Tue Aug 14th 2018 8.30pm–10.30pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: mountain


Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet “Mojito Café”
from ¡Bien Bien! CD (Patois Records 2009)


Conjunto Céspedes “Respeto a la Tierra”
from Una Sola Casa CD (Xenophile/Green Linnet 1993)


Orestes Vilató “Toca Vilató”
from IT'S ABOUT TIME CD (RAFCA Records/Select-o-Hits 2009) —Solo release from long-time Santana percussionist.


The Echo Park Project “Falsa Moneda”
from El Viernes Social CD ((self-produced) 2009)


The Estrada Brothers “Lullaby of Birdland”
from About Time CD (Rumba Jazz Records 1995)


John Santos and the Machete Ensemble “Chano Pozo”
from S.F. Bay CD (Machete Records 2002) —Song title refers to the Cuban musician who teamed up with Dizzy Gillespie in 1947 to help create Afro-Cuban Jazz. The opening Rumba section was composed and recorded in San Francisco in 1959 by Mongo Santamaría.


Jose Rizo's Jazz on the Latin Side All Stars “Buscando al Curandero”
from Tambolero CD (Saungu Records 2007)


Mongo Santamaría “Who's Got The Bread?”
from Olé Ola CD (Concord Picante/ Concord Records 1989) —Part 2 of membership drive show: Spotlight on Left Coast salsa & Latin jazz artists.

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.