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TimeZones

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TimeZones is the show that takes you around the world with the fellows from the Munk Fellowship in Global Journalism program at the University of Toronto.

 

1. Episode 1     

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2. Episode 2     

 


Ernest Ranglin

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On July 6th, 2015 CIUT inaugurated the Music From the Americas series with a performance by the legendary Jamaican guitarist and composer Ernest Ranglin. Born 19 June 1932, Ranglin began his career working as a session guitarist and music director for various Jamaican record labels including Studio One and Island Records. Ranglin played guitar on many early ska recordings and helped create the rhythmic guitar style that defined the form. Ranglin has worked with Theophilus Beckford, Jimmy Cliff, Monty Alexander, Prince Buster, the Skatalites, Bob Marley and the Eric Deans Orchestra. He is noted for a chordal and rhythmic approach that blends jazz, mento and reggae with percussive guitar solos incorporating rhythm ‘n’ blues and jazz inflections.On this recording Ranglin is accompanied by Toronto musicians Bill King (keyboards), Everton “Pablo” Paul (drums) and Shane Forest (bass).

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For a limited time only, the audio from this special presentation is available for streaming here:

 

3. Ernest Ranglin at CIUT     

 


Memo Acevedo

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On November 4, 2014 CIUT welcomed musician and former CIUT host, Memo Acevedo for a one time 2-hour special presentation.  Memo reprised his long running show “The Latin Beat” where he showcased wonderful latin sounds for CIUT listeners.

 

For a limited time only, the audio from this special presentation is available for streaming here:

 

4. The Latin Beat Special     

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