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Bridging the Gap: August 8th and 15th, 2015

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Note: This show was accidently aired twice... once on the 8th, and again on the 15th.  My apologies, but I hoped you enjoyed it. The 15th's show can be found HERE. 

Tonight's show will focus on devotional music, from American Gospel, to Pakistani Qawwali.

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Set List:
Hour 1  

  1. Otis Redding- A Change is Gonna Come [Otis Blue]
  2. Leon Bridges- Shine [Coming Home]
  3. Shirley Ann Lee- There’s A Light [Songs of Light]
  4. G. Love and Special Sauce- Honor and Harmony [Philadelphonic]
  5. Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens- Trouble in My Way [What Have You Done My Brother?]
  6. Sister Rosetta Tharp- Up Above My Head, There’s Music In The Air [Gospel Train]
  7. Bob & Gene- These Lonely Nights [Daptone Spring 2012]
  8. Moby- Run On [Play]
  9. Nina Simone- Sinnerman [Compact Jazz: Nina Simone]
  10. Dorothy Ashby- Truth Spoken Here [Dorothy’s Harp]
  11. Charles Mingus- Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting [Blues and Roots]
  12. David Axelrod- Holy Tuesday [Blue Beat Breaks (Vol. 4)]

Hour 2   

  1. Fabiano Do Nascimento- Canto Do Iemanja [Dancá Do Tempos]
  2. Baden Powell- Canto Do Ossanha- [Os Afro Sambas]
  3. The Melodians- Rivers of Babylon [Sweet Sensation: The Best of the Melodians]
  4. Justin Hinds and the Dominoes- King Samuel [Lain Goes Ska]
  5. Enigma- Sadness (Part 1) [MCMXC a.D.]
  6. The Gaslamp Killer- Nissim [Breakthrough]
  7. Cheb i Sabbah- Maname Diname [Krishna Lila]
  8. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan- Allah Hoo [Best Of Qawwal And Party Vol One]
  9. Arooj Aftab- Aey Na Balam [Bird Under Water]
  10. Mohammed Rafi- Today the Weather Plays Tricks on Me [The Rough Guide to Bollywood Legends: Mohammad Rafi]
  11. Cheb i Sabbah- Sadats (Saints of Marrakech) [La Kahena]
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Nick Yee’s passion for music developed at an early age, as he collected jazz and rock records pulled from dusty locations while growing up in both Southern California and Honolulu. In college he started DJing around Honolulu, playing Jazz and Bossa Nova sets at various lounges and clubs under the name dj mr.nick. He started to incorporate Downtempo, House and Breaks into his sets as his popularity grew, eventually getting DJ residences at different Chinatown locations. To this day, he is a fixture in the Honolulu underground club scene, where his live sets are famous for being able to link musical and cultural boundaries, starting mellow and building the audience into a frenzy while steering free of mainstream clichés.
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