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Programs by Shona:

The Blues Ain't Never Gonna Die

Another musical edition in blues tunes, today more on the relaxed, and emotional side. Featuring Rory Gallagher, Gary Clarck Jr., John Mayall, Jimi Hendrix, SRV, and others.

tracklist
Rory Gallagher – What In The World
Gene Deer – Midnight Healing
Jimi Hendrix -The Wind Cries Mary
Gary Clark Jr. – Our Love
Lal And The People – Eyes On You
The Bluesbones – Voodoo Guitar
JL Fulks – I Believe In Love
Tinsley Ellis – Early In The Morning
John Mayall, The Bluesbreakers – Sensitive Kind
Murali Coryell – Softly Let Me Kiss Your Lips
Mike Griffin – The Blues Ain’t Never Gonna Die
Stevie Ray Vaughan – Riviera Paradise
Rare Earth – Papa Was A Rolling Stone

R & B

R&B mix for slow afternoon, featuring some oldies, some jazzy or even a bit funky pieces, smooth rock, strictly r&b , and more…..

tracklist
Linda Tillery – Freedom Time
Thundercat – Friend Zone
Thundercat – ‘Show You The Way (feat. Michael McDonald & Kenny Loggins)
Hiatus Kaiyote – Laputa
Natural Four – Baby Come On
Goapele – Closer
Brandye – How Long
Miles Davis, Robert Glasper – Maiysha (So Long) ft. Erykah Badu
Kindred The Family Soul – Stars
Hi Gloss – Get It Up For Love
Raphael Saadiq – Kelly Ray
Smith Connection – I Can’t Hold On Much Longer
L T D – Don’t Stop Loving Me
Sound Dimension – Baby Face
Alton Ellis – It-‘s A Shame
Skylight – Get it Happening
Dave Young – Love
Amel Larrieux – For Real
Kindred The Family Soul-Love Is,

From Africa to Brasil

The Expression Festival finally started on Thursday 30th of September at Youth Center with positive energy and decorated space, and after the movie public greeted with big applause Ana Tiago – Nomadas – Yeahmadas on the stage, under the erected tent, lighted by ever romantic Christmas lights. Variable band of musicians which core is always represented by Ana and Tiago proved again that in the music are professionals, and they give heart to whatever they play. After songs from East Africa they decided to “lift” up audience on their feet by giving them hot rhythms of samba. It worked.


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