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Category: Music Reviews


Archive for the ‘Music Reviews’ Category

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

Listen to this week’s show at the player below. Or at iTunes.  Or on the cloud, at Mixcloud. Through our RSS feed. Or on terrestrial radio — Celt in a Twist on AM1470 Sundays at 4 pm Pacific Time and through our affiliate stations: CJUC – The Juice, Radio Laurier, WYAP-LP in West Virginia, CJMP Community Radio in Powell River, Dolphin Radio in New Orleans,  and Trapper Radio. Celt In A Twist […]

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

The Catholic church won’t approve but you have to admit there’s something way cool about laser beams coming out of the eyes of Rio de Janeiro’s giant statue of Jesus. Bonde Do Role cement their Baile Funk disrespect for convention With Lasers.

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Cal’s pick of the week from the Savvy Insider newsletter. The Jethro Tull Christmas Album. It isn’t exactly a new release but rapidly it is becoming a new tradition at Cal Koat’s place for Christmas. Tull’s signature blend of progressive rock and Celtic sparkle makes for a thoroughly entertaining collection you and your friends can […]

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Cal’s pick of the week from the Savvy Insider newsletter. Ceu. She is a Brazilian songbird. And as Cal Koat discovered her latest effort is a near perfect marriage between vocal talent and production artistry. Cal has been active in Vancouver radio for 28 years. Today he produces a one-of-a-kind video and audio library of […]

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

This review in the New York Times describes the excitment (dare we say frenzy) that accompanied the opening of the musical Fela! at the Eugene O’Neil theatre. To quote: There has never been a show on Broadway like this portrait of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, a Nigerian revolutionary of song. Let’s hope they take this show on […]