Best Afrocuban podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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A podcast for all those socially conscious moms. I'm a black mom, raising black kids in a white world and this podcast is about the funny and not so funny moments that come with being a person of color in today's world. This is real talk about social issues, black and brown lives, black hair, relationships, mommy'ing through those terrible three's (yes I said three's), parenting kids of all ages and all the fun that comes with motherhood... all discussed with a twist of color.
 
Jazz, Soul, Latin, Boogaloo, Brazil, Rare Groove, Disco, NuFunk, House Music
 
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Jazz Northwest focuses on the regional jazz scene from Portland to Vancouver. CDs by the best resident musicians from Seattle, Portland and Vancouver are featured, and the program also includes news about the best places to go for live jazz in the region. In addition, Jim goes "on location" to concerts, clubs and jazz festivals to record performances by resident and visiting artists for playback on Jazz Northwest. These one-of-a-kind recordings are available nowhere else! 899328 Jazz Northwe ...
 
Techniques, Rhythms, Instruments and Music for Educators, Facilitators, Therapists, and Enthusiasts, hosted by Kalani Das, MT-BC
 
Welcome to V-Drums Lessons, an exciting and unique series of drum and percussion lessons designed for the beginner to more advanced player. Hosted by top Roland clinicians and artists, V-Drums Lessons are taught using Roland electronic drums and percuussion instruments.
 
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Seattle vibraphonist Susan Pascal frequently dips into music made popular by other vibists, but recently at Tula's in Seattle she was playing music associated with guitarist Wes Montgomery. He recorded with vibraphone players including his brother, Buddy Montgomery, and Milt Jackson. Special guest on this night at Tula's was versatile guitarist ...…
 
A reunion of an iconic Northwest group New Stories with L.A. saxophonist Ernie Watts headlines the Ballard Jazz Festival next week. Also featured is Norwegian guitarist Lage Lund in concert on Friday night. A preview of these and other artists playing at the four day festival in Ballard is the focus of this week's epsiode. Also on the show we i ...…
 
We recorded an abundance of great material from recent concerts with Ignacio Berroa guesting with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. So much we had three tunes left over after last week's show, so we'll begin this week's Jazz Northwest with that music, including "Grease Bucket" by Wycliffe Gordon, "Runferyerlife" by Bob Mintzer, and "Splanky ...…
 
Ignacio Berroa was special guest with The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra for three concerts in April. The Cuban drummer, who has lived in the U.S. since 1980, was Dizzy Gillespie's last regular drummer beginning in 1981.By Jim Wilke.
 
The Jill Townsend Big Band from Vancouver, B.C., plays music by Ross Taggart; Dave Frishberg, John Gross and Charlie Doggett team up in Portland, and Randy Halberstadt and Chuck Deardorf have recent releases from Seattle on this week's episode of Jazz Northwest.By Jim Wilke.
 
Highlights from an Art of Jazz concert by the Naomi Moon Siegel Band at The Seattle Art Museum, on the latest Jazz Northwest, feature the trombonist and composer in her original music with Wayne Horvitz, piano, Sean Woolstenhulme, guitar, Geoff Harper, bass, and Eric Eagle, drums.By Jim Wilke.
 
Scenes, the northwest jazz trio with musicians hailing from Portland and Seattle whose sixth album "Destinations" was released on the Origin label last year.By Jim Wilke.
 
April is Jazz Appreciation Month, and this week's Jazz Northwest combines Seattle artists with others from Cuba, Japan and Los Angeles.By Jim Wilke.
 
By a quirk of fate and booking, two outstanding visiting big bands will play opposite each other in Seattle on two nights next week. From New York, The Captain Black Big Band led by Orrin Evans will be at The Royal Room, and from New Orleans, Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra will be at Dimitrious Jazz Alley.…
 
This month's Art of Jazz concert presented by Earshot Jazz at The Seattle Art Museum featured the duo of pianist Marina Albero and bassist Jeff Johnson. Both contributed original music and shared improvisations on jazz classics by Wayne Shorter, Bill Evans and Thelonious Monk. In addition to the piano-bass duo, Albero also performed a solo on h ...…
 
Probably the next best thing to hearing a jazz group playing live in a jazz club is a good recording of that performance. That's the latest offering from Vancouver, B.C., musician, presenter and label owner Cory Weeds. This quintet plays some relatively unfamiliar titles by Lee Morgan, Mal Waldron, Jackie McLean, Walter Davis Jr. and others in ...…
 
This week featrued several performances, not previously broadcast, as a special spring fundraising edition of Jazz Northwest. The show showcased performances by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Bill Anschell's Standards Trio, Kendra Shank and John Stowell, The Axiom Quartet, and an all-star group led by George Cables at Centrum's Jazz Port ...…
 
Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Williams, Sarah Vaughan were among the great singers of their generation. They all shared a love for the deep swing of the Count Basie Orchestra and made some great records with Basie. That was the inspiration for a recent set of concerts played by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, as part ...…
 
In the Season 3 finale, I continue my chat with Kim Williams, host of the Single Black Motherhood Podcast,gets real about Black Single Motherhood. We chat about the single Black Fathers she ha interviewed, some of her highs and lows as a single mom and her hopes for the future. A few articles mentioned in the podcast can be found here: https:// ...…
 
Today on Jazz Northwest we highlight this month's Art of Jazz concert, which fell on Valentine's Day and featured an intimate duo with singer Kendra Shank and guitarist John Stowell.By Jim Wilke.
 
There are so many stereotypes about Single Black Motherhood. In this episode, Kim Williams, host of the Single Black Motherhood Podcast,gets real about Black Single Motherhood. We chat about anti-Black sentiment around single mothers, the challenges and triumphs and we also chat about how stereotypes about Black Mothers, affect Black Fathers. A ...…
 
We have recent releases ranging from traditional to modern this week on Jazz Northwest.By Jim Wilke.
 
Jazz Northwest features some of the most prominent Northwest jazz stars this week . It's also the week of Valentine's Day, and that means lots of singers are performing around the region.By Jim Wilke.
 
The 30th annual Duke Ellington's Sacred Music concert was presented by Earshot Jazz on Dec. 28 and recorded in its entirety for Jazz Northwest. Duke Ellington wrote three suites of sacred music for his orchestra, chorus and soloists late in his career and performed them in many of the great cathedrals of the world.…
 
This week's show debuts new releases by bassist Chuck Deardorf and another night at The Penthouse with Jack Wilson Quartet in 1966.By Jim Wilke.
 
Saxophonist and composer Kate Olson brought her original music to this month's Art of Jazz concert presented by Earshot at The Seattle Art Museum. She is part of a cadre of Seattle musicians who've been drawn to the area by the freedom to explore new forms of expression in music and theater.By Jim Wilke.
 
The 30th annual presentation of the Sacred Music of Duke Ellington took place Dec. 28 at St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle, featuring vocal soloists Stephen Newby and Nichol Veneé Eskrdge, the Northwest Chamber Chorus and the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra conducted by Michael Brockman. Part 1, recorded for radio, aired Sunday on Jazz ...…
 
Jeff Martin, Author, Police Officer, Father and Motivational Speaker chats about his new book, Brothers/Sisters from the 6: Role Models in my Community, the importance of giving back, wh he decided to be a police officer and why representation matters. Jeff is doing amazing work. You can find him at:jeffadmartin.com You can follow him at: IG/FB ...…
 
"Hi Auntie" We are talking, aunties in the Black community, particularly Aunties without children of their own, the role they play in the Black family, the complicated family dynamics, the toll that role takes on them and why Aunties are so important to the Black community. This week, I am joined by Judie Powell, a friend and colleague who is a ...…
 
Deuces 2018! On the last episode of the year, we are looking back at Hold The Line Magazine 1 year on, with Creator and Editor in Chief extraordinaire Bellamy Shoffner. Bellamy and I reflect on 2018, we talk about what it is to be Young-ish and creating content for the masses as Black mothers and the toll it takes on us and we chat about white ...…
 
We are all winging it when it comes to parenting. At least that is what I tell myself. This week, I am chatting with someone who isn't just winging it. Samantha-Kemp Jackson is a parenting expert, mom of four, author of the Multiple Mayhem Mamma blog and the Parenting Then and Now Podcast. Her answers to questions like, how do you talk to kids ...…
 
On this episode we are talking mental health and well being...for Black Women. We are droping the 'strong Black Woman' stereotype and getting real about how we can take care of ourselves, put our well being first and just breath. I am joined by Marsha Hibbert, Social Worker and Psychotherapist. http://composetherapy.ca/about/ And Taina Mayberry ...…
 
Last year an elected school board official in Ontario, Canada, called Charline Grant the N-word. Then that official refused to resign and blamed 'old age' and 'dementia' for her use of the N-word. Charline battled the school board until a resignation happened and then she took it upon herself to run for School Trustee. She's a trail blazer, who ...…
 
When the boy child called me ‘Blackie’ from the back of his car seat and then told me proudly that his friend from school told him that word was another word for Black people, I started down this path to unpacking what it means to be a Black parent to black children in this world. Part of the village that keeps me sane is the Black Moms Connect ...…
 
Black kids are struggling in school. This is a fact all across North America. Canada is no exception. For many there's chronic underachievement. In this episode, I chat with Trish, author of the Confessions of a Hustling Mama blog. We begin and end by talking about the challenges of learning while Black, but we also talk about our own experienc ...…
 
This episode I continue my discussion with Brianne DeRosa author of the Red, Round or Green blog, about finding work life balance as a working mom, race, privilege and the fact that children never stop needing a parental presence. Be sure to Brianne's article that started this conversation, written for Motherwell Magazine, On not leaning in, bu ...…
 
There's a silent struggle that many women, of all colours are facing today....the seemingly impossible search for work-life balance. Brianne DeRosa is the author of the Red, Round or Green blog and in the first part of my conversation with her, we talk about her article written for Motherwell Magazine, On not leaning in, but not leaning out.…
 
What would it be like to just pack up and leave it all behind for a new country? What would it be life to NOT have to have the dreaded Black parent 'talk' with your son? What would it be like to live a life free of daily microaggressions and stress completely related to your race? Aja Rutledge found out. The day after Donald Trump was elected p ...…
 
Parenting a three year old is hard, parenting a three year old as a Black parent is an added layer of issues to address and deal with. From banishing Elsa from your house, to parenting in private for fear of condemnation, to trying to instill a sense of self-love and Black pride in your kids, we are discussing it all on this episode of the podc ...…
 
On this episode, I talk to the researcher of my family history....my sister, about doing her DNA test, what drives her to want to find out more about where we came from and who are people are and what some of the challenges are for Black people trying to trace their roots.By Woke Mommy Chatter.
 
"Finding someone to express Black Love…loving your culture, your history, your skin, is truly something special." Destinii, @BlaqLoveSoul Happy Valentines Day! On this episode, I’m joined by Brandon and Destinii from the BlaqLove Instagram blog, we are celebrating the beauty of black love, talking through some of the challenges and digging deep ...…
 
Woke Mommy Chatter is signing off until next year! If you've missed episodes, be sure to catch up. Don't forget to subscribe and share the Woke Mommy Chatter podcast with other woke moms, dads, friends and family! Until next year- keep following www.wokemommychatter.com Join in the conversation on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wokemommy/ O ...…
 
Kelly Greenawalt a self described- ‘freckle-faced white mom of six kids including two beautiful black daughters is an author who as written a book that I love. It’s called Princess Truly, and it is a must have. It is a beautiful affirming, inspiring book about a little girl who can do anything….Princess Truly. In this episode, we are talking re ...…
 
In this week's podcast we talk to Bellamy Shoffner a writer and photographer launching a new magazine called Hold The Line to ‘support people of color and LGBTQ+ communities, people defying gender norms, working to combat mental health stigma, and the abhorrent d uprising of white supremacy.’ Bellamy and I speak about her magazine, advice on ho ...…
 
Have you ever considered homeschooling your kid(s)....well these are the moms you'd want to talk to. They are homeschooling pros. On this episode I talk to Eva Greene Wilson a Homeschooling Mom and Socamom.com blogger and Yolanda Newton a homeschooler and Director of Education Revolt.org. We talk about why homeschooling works for black kids, wh ...…
 
On this episode of Woke Mommy Chatter- The Podcast, we are continuing our conversation with black mom bloggers- Hadassah, author of the blog For Brown Moms and Afrykyan Moon, owner of the Chocolate Milk Gear store and author of the Infinite Possibilities of a Black Woman blog. In this episode we get real and talk about what it's like to be a bl ...…
 
On episode 3 of the Woke Mommy Chatter podcast I am talking breastfeeding with Hadassah, author of the blog For Brown Moms and Afrykyan Moon, ownder of the Chocolate Milk Gear store and author of the Infinite Possibilities of a Black Woman blog. We talk about the history of wet nursing and the real stigma that comes with black women using their ...…
 
I'm continuing my discussion with fellow woke moms Rochelle and Carla. This week we are talking interracial relationships and identity from our perspective and experiences.By Woke Mommy Chatter.
 
The first Woke Mommy Chatter podcast...The one where we talk about making mom friends with moms of other races, breaking down the glass wall between black women and living parallel lives with friends.By Woke Mommy Chatter.
 
Kalani teaches a special rhythm used in Afro-Cuban music. It’s called the Afro-Cuban 12/8 bell pattern and it might pose a challenge for you if you’re not at least a little experienced in drumming and work music. After listening to the podcast, make sure to visit the WORLD DRUM CLUB YouTube channel and subscribe. Then make you way over tot he W ...…
 
This episode of WORLD DRUM CLUB features two lessons from the WDC YouTube Channel: How to Choose a Djembe – You discover what to look for in a profession djembe. I talk about how to find the perfect djembe that will serve your drumming needs and help you to sound as good as possible for years to come. Marco: Three rhythms for djembe. I play thr ...…
 
Look for the WDC Logo on YouTube and iTunes. This is the show about change! We changed the name from Kalani LIVE to the WORLD DRUM CLUB podcast. We’re excited to bring our listeners more music, rhythms, and world drumming via the podcast – and we’re also happy to be tied into the World Drum Club YouTube channel. Our WDC members are growing all ...…
 
This episode gives you a few resources for producing better audio and videos to share with your fan, students, friends, and family. Kalani gives you two ways to create therapeutic drumming experiences for yourself and others. You learn about rhythmic breathing, also called resonant breathing, as well as a mindfulness-based approach to active mu ...…
 
There are rhythms that appear throughout the world, in different countries and styles of music. Learning how to recognize and reproduce these rhythms is something that percussionists do as part of their craft. Playing rhythms and music requires that we learn how to create grooves, and that requires that we tune in to micro-timing and the feel o ...…
 
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