ODORAMA: Wednesday 8 pm - 10 pm
UNCLE STANLY'S SUNDAY BLOOMERS: Sunday 8 pm - 10 pm
Raised in country towns, schooled in institutions best known for headlines in Royal Commissions, employed in far too many professions and for an array of unfortunately haunting employers, I'm often trying to remember if my various stints as a keyboard-playing arranger/musicologist/musician might offer some perceive relevant to the development of radio playlists. The jury's still out.
I like a good tune, an interesting rhythm, wonder what might have happened to Western music if J.S. Bach had been introduced to African music, but still manage to find something to like about a diverse lot of music in each of the world's six continents.
As the barriers between genres of music grow more transparent and musicians (and composers and producers) moving between and conjoin styles, I'm especially enamored of music that betrays its initial provenance to embrace the costume, manners, and sensibilities of far-flung relatives and in-laws. I like the multi-generational, multi-cultural, multi-taxonomic, miscellaneous approach to musical scripts.
They say that everything that rises must converge. So I knit beanies and wait for a sign.
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