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I recommended Osibisa's album "Woyaya" to you near the end of today's show. Osibisa, an African rock-fusion "community", as it were, sang of love and understanding during the era of Zimbabwe and Mandela. I remember the setting the first time I heard it - a flat in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, on Rue Ernst Renan, in '73.

My female hosts were French tour guides sharing a flat. Their record collection was limited mostly to Jazz. But the musical game-changer that day was "Woyaya". I had a lot of time to listen to it while they were at work. After work, I perfected my French with their help, and that of their friends, and wine. But the takeaway from that visit was "Woyaya". Enjoy!

Totally diggin' your entire

Totally diggin' your entire set today. FINE it's really fine. Great groove. Nice addition to Valentine Day! Thumbs up!

Diggin your show

You rocked the floating world today (5/10/15) for sure.
Thanks So Much for picking such great sounds!
Brother John

Re your comment back in April

Soooo sorry this took so long to respond. Appreciate the comment, means a lot. Hope you are doing well in your travels.

Hey Diana, enjoyed your show

Hey Diana, enjoyed your show on Sunday!

Hi Ted, This is a reply to

Hi Ted,
This is a reply to the nice message you sent me clear back in December. It took me that long to figure out how to retrieve a message from this site. I will look for that Delores Keane you asked for,

12/21 (snow day) --- nice show today!


Drive safely on your way home.

~Ted Sharpe
((Saturday host of THE MOUNTAIN TOP CAFE (5-7am)))

p.s. got any DOLORES KEANE?

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