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San Fermin  

San Fermin's music bursts with ambition, talent and extreme joy. Its self-titled debut is charged with great storytelling and amazing vocals by both Allen Tate and Lucius singers Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe. Then there are the arrangements: little gems that turn these the songs into cinematic vignettes using trumpet, sax, keyboard, violin, guitar and drums. San Fermin is the musical vision of Ellis Ludwig-Leone, who wrote these songs with Tate's dark, rich voice in mind. Here at the Tiny Desk, Rae Cassidy makes the album's female vocal parts her own; in fact, the entire band keeps growing into these little song-worlds. I've seen San Fermin three times this year, and the songs keep gathering more power, intrigue and fire. The album provides a jumping-off point for a 2014 that promises to be huge for San Fermin.

San Fermin  

San Fermin's music bursts with ambition, talent and extreme joy. Its self-titled debut is charged with great storytelling and amazing vocals by both Allen Tate and Lucius singers Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe. Then there are the arrangements: little gems that turn these the songs into cinematic vignettes using trumpet, sax, keyboard, violin, guitar and drums. San Fermin is the musical vision of Ellis Ludwig-Leone, who wrote these songs with Tate's dark, rich voice in mind. Here at the Tiny Desk, Rae Cassidy makes the album's female vocal parts her own; in fact, the entire band keeps growing into these little song-worlds. I've seen San Fermin three times this year, and the songs keep gathering more power, intrigue and fire. The album provides a jumping-off point for a 2014 that promises to be huge for San Fermin.

San Fermin, Andrew Combs, A Johnny Cash Mashup, More  

We've often joked on the show about the virtual circus that's endlessly unfolding in Bob Boilen's brain, where his childlike imagination dances to the sound of a whistling calliope. So, for Bob's birthday this week, it felt appropriate to begin our show with nearly seven-foot tall clown named Puddles who sings a surreal mashup of Johnny Cash's "Folsom City Blues" and The Who's "Pinball Wizard." We're not making this up. It turns out that, apart from singing, Puddles never speaks, so we gave his assistant and interpreter Mike Geier a call to learn more about how this crazy mashup came to be. We've also got a blistering country rock cut from singer Andrew Combs, who gets political on a song called "Bourgeois King." The baroque pop of San Fermin gets bigger than ever on the band's new full-length, Belong; the Paris-based singer known as ALA.NI croons like it's the 1940s; and NPR Music's Lars Gotrich stops by to blow our minds (and ear drums) with the scorching punk of a band called Exit Order, tempered by the hypnotic jazz of Joshua Abrams and Natural Information Society. 1. Puddles Pity Party: "Folsom Prison Blues/Pinball Wizard," 2. Andrew Combs: "Bourgeois King," 3. Joshua Abrams And Natural Information Society: "Sideways Fall," 4. Exit Order: "Mass Panic," 5. Ala.Ni: "Cherry Blossoms," 6. San Fermin: "Oceanica"

Spain: four injured in fourth San Fermin bull-run  

Four runners were gored in the fourth bull-run of Pamplona’s San Fermin festival in northern Spain. Among the many towns holding festivals featuring bull-running this summer, San Fermin in Pamplona is the most famous internationally and attracts thousands of revellers from around the world. There are four more bull-runs still to come at the festival.

San Fermin - Crueler Kind  

San Fermin - Crueler Kind - from the 2013 album San Fermin on Downtown Records.

Travel Today With Peter Greenberg—Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, California  

This week Travel Today Peter Greenberg comes from the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, where he will also be speaking at the travel and adventure show at the San Diego Convention Center. Joining Peter will be Troy Johnson from San Diego Magazine who details the secrets of Gaslamp — the Hard Rock is located at the entrance to the historic district. Other San Diegans stop by, such as Terry Brennan, Curator and Director of Restorations at the San Diego Air & Space Museum, who discusses the museum's latest exhibits, the Spitfire Mk. XVI, a Navy F6F Hellcat and an A-4 Skyhawk jet, and how San Diego was truly the forefront of aviation history. Gabe Selak, History Ambassador for the San Diego History Center, describes the importance of San Diego’s preserved architecture and the variety of styles in the city. He also talks about the history of the San Diego Zoo, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Matt Greene, General Manager of the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego, shares why he’s returned to the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego — celebrating its tenth anniversary — and all the things he could not leave behind. There's all that and more as Travel Today With Peter Greenberg comes from the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego.

Spinnin' Sessions Episode 122 - Guest: San Holo  

1. Mount Dreams - Home (ft. Anatomy) [Source]

 

2. Lost Kings - Bad (ft. Jessame) [Spinnin’]

 

3. Gregor Salto & Mitchel Niemeyer - Just Yeah [Spinnin’]

4. Alex Schulz- Ways
 

5. Jauz - Deeper Love [Spinnin’]

 

6. Borgeous & Ryos - Machi [Spinnin’]

 

7. Twoloud & Quilinez - Perfection [Wall]

 

8. DVBBS - Never Leave [Spinnin’]

 

9. Dzeko & Torres - L'Amour Toujours (Tiesto Edit) [Musical Freedom]

 

San Holo guestmix

 

10. San Holo x Father Dude – IMISSU [Spinnin’]

 

11. S-Type – Rosario [Lucky Me]

 

12. Sophie – Lemonade [Numbers]

 

13. Skrillex & Diplo - Where are Ü now with Justin Biebier (Marshmello Remix)

 

14. San Holo – Fly [Download]

 

15. San Holo - We Rise [Nest]

 

16. San Holo – BWU [RecordRecord]

 

17. Analogue Dear - You Were Only But A Dreamer

 

18. Doja Cat - So High (San Holo Remix)

 

19. Point Point - doubleOreo (San Holo Remix) 

 

20. Tchami - After Life (San Holo Remix) [FFormat]

 

21. Martin Garrix - Forbidden Voices (420 edit) [Spinnin’]

 

22. Shawn Wasabi - HOTTO DOGU ホットドッグ [Download]

 

23. Dr. Dre - The Next Episode ft. Snoop Dogg (San Holo Remix)

 

24. Nömak - Clint

 

25. Nelly - Ride Wit Me (San Holo Remix)

 

26. Porter Robinson - Natural Light (San Holo Remix) [Astralwerks]

 

27. Spooky Black - Without You 

 

28. Duchamp

 

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Dos encierros de San Fermín encadenados  

Durante su etapa matinal en M80 el dúo Motocarro retransmitió los encierros de San Fermín. Aquí os ofrezco un par, pertenecientes a julio de 2001. Un compañero gomaespumero ha subido otros dos, (aprovecho para agradecerselo): http://www.ivoox.com/podcast-podcast-roberto-ortiz_sq_f1178349_1.html y un servidor ya subió otro hace tiempo: http://www.ivoox.com/gomaespuma-retransmite-encierro-san-fermin-audios-mp3_rf_3183956_1.html

Giovanni Battista Pergolesi à Naples en 1736 (4/5)  

durée : 00:28:38 - Musicopolis - par : Anne-Charlotte Rémond - ## Programmation musicale **♫ Francesco Mancini (1672\-1737)** _Il Trajano (1723 \- créé au San Bartolomeo) Sinfonia_ I Turchini, direction Antonio Florio Glossa GCD 922606 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Il prigionier superbo (1733 \- créé au San Bartolomeo) Acte III. Sc 7\. Air de Metacle "Trema il cor s'oscura il ciglio"_ Daniela Barcellona, mezzo\-soprano, Concerto de' Cavalieri, direction Marcello de Lisa Sony 88691965082 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Il prigionier superbo (1733 \- créé au San Bartolomeo) Sinfonia_ Concerto de' Cavalieri, direction Marcello de Lisa Sony 88691965082 **♫ Francesco Mancini (1672\-1737)** _Il Trajano (1723 \- créé au San Bartolomeo) Air de Giulia "Spera si mio caro bene"_ Roberta Invernizzi, soprano, I Turchini, direction Antonio Florio Glossa GCD 922606 **♫ Johann Adolf Hasse (1699\-1783)** _Tigrane (1729 \- San Bartolomeo) Air de Tigrane "Solca il mar e nel periglio"_ Max\-Emanuel Cencic, contreténor, Armonia Atenea, direction George Petrou Decca 478 6418 **♫ Johann Adolf Hasse (1699\-1783)** _Issipile (1732 \- San Bartolomeo) Air d'Issipile "Impallidisce in campo"_ Vivica Genaux, mezzo\-soprano, Cappella Gabetta, direction Andres Gabetta Sony 88843023682 **♫ Johann Adolf Hasse (1699\-1783)** _Cleofide (1731 \- Dresde)_ Simone Kermes, soprano, Vivica Genaux, mezzo\-soprano, Cappella Gabetta, direction Andres Gabetta Sony 88843023682 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Salustia (1732 \- San Bartolomeo) Acte I. Sc 2\. Air de Marziano "Al real piede ognora"_ Carol Vistoli, contreténor, Talenti Vulcanici, direction Stefano Demichelli Arcana A427 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Salustia (1732 \- San Bartolomeo) Acte I. Sc 9\. Air de Marziano "Per trucidar la perfida"_ Daniela Barcellona, mezzo\-soprano, Concerto de' Cavalieri, direction Marcello de Lisa Sony 88691965082 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Lo frate 'nnamorato (septembre 1732 \- Fiorentini) Acte II. Finale. Quintette "Facite chiano !"_ Alessandro Corbelli, Marcaniello, Ezio di Cesare, Carlo, Elizabeth Norberg\-Schulz, Vannella, Bruno di Simone, Don Pietro, Nicoletta Curiel, Cardella, Orchestre de la Scala de Milan, direction Riccardo Muti (enrt 1989) EMI 7 54240 2 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _Il prigionier superbo (1733 \- créé au San Bartolomeo) Sinfonia_ Concerto de' Cavalieri, direction Marcello de Lisa Sony 88691965082 **♫ Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710\-1736)** _La Serva padrona (1733 \- créé au San Bartolomeo dans les entractes du Prigonier)_ 1ère partie Duetto " Lo conosco a quegli ochietti" Patrizia Biccire, soprano, Donato di Stefano, basse, La Petite Bande, direction Sigiswald Kuijken Accent ACC 10123 ## Bibliographie **Patrick Barbier**, _Jean\-Baptiste Pergolèse_, Fayard 2003 **Patrick Barbier**, _Naples en fête : Théâtre, musique et castrats au XVIIIe siècle_, Grasset 2012 **Patrick Barbier**, _Histoire des castrats_, Grasset 1989 **Sylvie Mamy**, _Les grands castrats napolitains à Venise au 18ème siècle_, Mardaga 1994 **Comte de Caylus** _Voyage d'Italie, 1714\-1715_ **Charles de Brosses**, _Lettres familières écrites d'Italie en 1739 et 1740_ (1885) ## Liens [Etienne de Silhouette Voyage de France, d'Espagne, de Portugal et d'Italie (1729\-30)](https://books.google.fr/books?id=OoxaAAAAQAAJ&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false) [Voyages de Montesquieu (1728\-31)](http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k106341h/f1.image.r=Voyages%20Montesquieu) [Michel Guyot de Merville, Voyage historique d'Italie (1729)](https://books.google.fr/books?hl=fr&id=dNsUNGUumr0C&q=napolitains#v=onepage&q&f=false) [Gilbert Burnet, Voyage de Suisse, d'Italie et de quelques endroits d'Allemagne et de France](https://books.google.fr/books?id=BDZtGHVXpTQC&pg=PR18&lpg=PR18&dq=Burnet+Italie&source=bl&ots=w5-BY9uzGo&sig=HyMVVsa5_HlsHRyadT4nAWdnt0A&hl=fr&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwingMKH8p7UAhXLBcAKHZjVChcQ6AEIPDAD#v=onepage&q&f=false) [George Berkeley, Diario di viaggio in Italia (1717\-1718)](http://www.viaggioadriatico.it/biblioteca_digitale/titoli/scheda_bibliografica.2011-02-08.7937234693) [Les Créations au San Bartolomeo de Naples entre 1696 et 1736](https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teatro_San_Bartolomeo) - réalisé par : Philippe Petit

AEE 230: Going to San Francisco? Learn How to "Get Local" with italki Teacher Sarah Honour  

Do you want some help with the local English in San Francisco?

Today, San Francisco native Sarah Honour talks about how you can go local with your English in the City by the Bay!

 

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San Francisco is one of the most unique and amazing cities in the United States.  It’s residents are technology-centric due to their proximity to Silicon Valley, as well as health-centric and nature-centric due to the progressive philosophy that has long been part of the spirit of the city.

Sarah believes that these traits are found in some of the language that San Franciscans use, and that knowing this terminology can help you fit in just a little better.

 

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Here are Sarah’s three top terms for your visit to San Francisco:

“Is there an app for that?”:  App is short for application, as in for your phone.  Because the Bay Area is near the center of a major technological development region, there are apps for almost everything in the city — from calling a taxi to getting your groceries delivered. Organic, Local, Sustainable and Seasonal: Food quality is really important to San Franciscans.  Organic means that no pesticides have been used, local means the food was grown nearby, and sustainable means the environment was not harmed to produce it.  Seasonal simply means that it is the natural time of year for the food to grow. “Where’s the wiggle?”: San Francisco is a great city for biking, but it is also a city with lots of hills.  The ‘wiggle’ is the route for biking with the least amount of hills to go up.

 

Have you ever been to San Francisco?

Would you like to go?

Tell us why in the comments section below!

 

Sarah is a 31 year old American who was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, studied Communications in Seattle, Washington, and worked for almost 10 years as a nanny (or babysitter) in San Francisco, California.  She now splits her time between San Francisco and Sardinia, Italy where her boyfriend lives. She is an English teacher on italki, and is learning Italian and sampling as much of the amazing food and wine from Italy as she can.

Turbo 3 - Bearoid, Parov Stelar y Yuksek - 28/02/17  

Tres artistas de electrónica ocupan el titular de este podcast: tenemos nuevo cañonazo de Bearoid, alias del valenciano Dani Belenguer; también te presentamos nuevo material del austriaco Parov Stelar, y seguimos bailando con el tercer trabajo del francés Yuksek. Además, te traemos novedades de San Fermin, The New Pornographers y Ryan Adams. Playlist: BEAROID - At your funeral, PAROV STELAR - Step two (feat. Lilja Bloom), YUKSEK - Break my heart (feat. Monika), TV ON THE RADIO - DLZ, SPOON - Can I sit next to you, SAN FERMIN - No promises, THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERS - This is the world of theatre, RYAN ADAMS - Haunted house, SAMU DEL RÍO - White, PÁJARO SUNRISE - The collapse of everything, NUNATAK - La primera luz, LORI MEYERS - Siempre brilla el Sol, VIVA SUECIA - Hemos ganado tiempo, INCUBUS - Nimble bastard, FOO FIGHTERS - Best of you, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - No one knows.


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First bull run of San Fermin Festival in Pamplona  

The first bull run in Spain’s San Fermin passed off with only a few minor injuries reported. The bulls from the Fuente Ymbro breeder raced through the streets for two minutes and 28 seconds.

San Fermin performs, Fitbit scrutinized, fine print explored, de-cluttering, Rush's female fans 06/19/2015  

Brooklyn band San Fermin performs live. Tech writer Jill Duffy weighs pros and cons of fitness trackers. Alex Hern checks internet fine print. Erin Rooney Doland and Dominique Browning debate de-cluttering. Annie Zaleski says women do love Rush.

Discussion: The Year in Music, 2013  

What defined music in 2013? All Songs Considered kicks off NPR Music's year-end coverage by humbly submitting the following themes for your consideration: The long-awaited return of legends. New favorites who arrived fully formed. The triumph of elaborate promotion. The sneak-attack album drop. On this special edition of the show, Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are joined by NPR Music's Stephen Thompson and Ann Powers for a roughly chronological tour through the musical high points of the year.

Songs Featured On This Episode

My Bloody Valentine

Album: m b v

Song: She Found Now

David Bowie

Album: The Next Day

Song: Where Are We Now?

Bryan Ferry

Album: The Great Gatsby: Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film

Song: Love Is the Drug

Rhye

Album: Woman

Song: Open

Kacey Musgraves

Album: Same Trailer Different Park

Song: Follow Your Arrow

Brandy Clark

Album: 12 Stories

Song: Just Like Him

Kanye West

Album: Yeezus

Song: Blood on the LeavesLanguage Advisory: The song contains profanity.

Earl Sweatshirt

Album: Doris

Song: Chum

James Blake

Album: Overgrown

Song: Retrograde

Vampire Weekend

Album: Modern Vampires of the City

Song: Step

Laura Marling

Album: Once I Was an Eagle

Song: Master Hunter

Valerie June

Album: Pushin' Against a Stone

Song: Somebody To Love

Ty Segall

Album: Sleeper

Song: Man Man

Lorde

Album: Pure Heroine

Song: Tennis Court

Daughter

Album: If You Leave

Song: Youth

San Fermin

Album: San Fermin

Song: Renaissance!

Dorothy Love Coates & The Gospel Harmonettes

Album: I Heard the Angels Singing: Electrifying Black Gospel from The Nashboro Label 1951-1983

Song: Dorothy Love Coates & The Gospel Harmonettes, 'Heaven, I've Heard So Much About It'

Arcade Fire

Album: Reflektor

Song: Normal Person

The Blow

Album: The Blow

Song: Make It Up

Paul McCartney

Album: New

Song: Alligator

The Flaming Lips

Album: The Terror

Song: "Look...The Sun Is Rising"

Songs: Ohia

Album: Magnolia Electric Co. (10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)

Song: Hold On Magnolia

The Velvet Underground

Album: Loaded

Song: Rock & Roll

News in Slow Spanish - Episode# 227  

Hoy vamos a hablar sobre el juicio criminal en Florida que durante las últimas semanas ha sido noticia en los principales medios de comunicación - el juicio de Zimmerman. También vamos a hablar de las armas que se encontraron en un barco de Corea del Norte que cruzaba el Canal de Panamá, la detención del líder de uno de los cárteles mexicano de la droga más notorio del mundo y finalmente las famosas fiestas de San Fermín en España.

- El veredicto del juicio de Zimmerman: no culpable

- Panamá encuentra armas sospechosas en un barco de Corea del Norte

- Detenido el líder de uno de los cárteles mexicanos de la droga más notorio del mundo

- Los encierros de las fiestas de San Fermín 2013

A continuación, en el segmento de gramática de la segunda parte del programa, tendremos un diálogo que muestra los usos del tema de gramática de hoy - El Pretérito, los verbos que terminan en -ir: servir, pedir y sentir. Y concluimos nuestro programa con nuestro segmento favorito – ¡las expresiones españolas! La elección del proverbio de hoy es “Hacer borrón ycuenta nueva”.

Summer Preview: Kanye, Neko Case, No Age, More  

Now that we've taken a look back on the year (so far), it's time to go full-speed ahead with a look to the future. On this week's All Songs Considered, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton are joined by a revolving cast of NPR Music's finest to share some of the summer albums they're most excited about.

Kanye West

Album: Yeezus

Song: Bound 2

ScHoolboy Q

Album: Collard Greens feat. Kendrick Lamar

Song: Collard Greens

Gauntlet Hair

Album: Stills

Song: Bad Apple

Neko Case

Album: The Worse Things Get, The Harder I Fight, The Harder I Fight, The More I Love You

Song: Man

No Age

Album: Object

Song: No Ground

Pinkish Black

Album: Razed to the Ground

Song: Razed to the Ground

Shigeto

Album: No Better Time Than Now

Song: Ringleader

Bosnian Rainbows

Album: Bosnian Rainbows

Song: Turtle Neck

San Fermin

Album: San Fermin

Song: Crueler Kind

AT#269 - Pamplona Spain - The Running of the Bulls and the San Fermin Fiesta  

The Amateur Traveler talks to Vicente Perez about his home city of Pamplona, Spain. Pamplona is best known for the festival of San Fermin and of course for the running of the bulls. Vicente tells us more about that colorful festival, of which, the running of the bulls is actually a very small part. From the Txupinazo, the ceremonial firing of a rocket on July 6th until July 14th the population of Pamplona swells with celebrants. Processions of giant figures (the Comparsa), music, bull fights and lots and lots of partying fill the days and nights. But Vicente also tells of some of the other features of Pamplona and the Navarre region that can be enjoyed any time of year including wonderful food, beautiful mountains, castles, and the nearby cave of Zugarramurdi (Known for the Basque witch trials).

AT#269 - Pamplona Spain - The Running of the Bulls and the San Fermin Fiesta  

The Amateur Traveler talks to Vicente Perez about his home city of Pamplona, Spain. Pamplona is best known for the festival of San Fermin and of course for the running of the bulls. Vicente tells us more about that colorful festival, of which, the running of the bulls is actually a very small part. From the Txupinazo, the ceremonial firing of a rocket on July 6th until July 14th the population of Pamplona swells with celebrants. Processions of giant figures (the Comparsa), music, bull fights and lots and lots of partying fill the days and nights. But Vicente also tells of some of the other features of Pamplona and the Navarre region that can be enjoyed any time of year including wonderful food, beautiful mountains, castles, and the nearby cave of Zugarramurdi (Known for the Basque witch trials).

Margaret Cho  

This episode was recorded in San Francisco.

I first met Margaret Cho when I moved to San Francisco in the early 1990s and because we both developed and came up together she is a friend that I am always cheering for and who I will always be loyal too. I could go for years without seeing Margaret but when we do it is like we never lost a minute together. I have been communicating with her for the past few years about trying to record an episode of this podcast with her but our schedules have not allowed us to make that happen. A few weeks ago when I was in Los Angeles I asked Margaret if she would be in town and she said that she was going to go San Francisco for Comedy Day in Golden Gate park because this year it was dedicated to Robin Williams.

Because of Margaret I bought a last minute plane ticket to fly up for it.

Comedy Day is a yearly free comedy concert in the park every year that the city of San Francisco puts on. I had not been to one since the late 1990s and neither had Margaret. It was so much fun to see so many old friends from the San Francisco comedy scene of the 1990s. Deservedly so Margaret is an adored icon and watching her being appreciated makes my heart happy. She is the perfect San Francisco comedian, raised in the city by book store owning parents, an intelligent, funny Asian woman who represents and defends the gay and lesbian community. Margaret has been busting heads in the comedy world for many years and not many comedians ever attain the universal love and appeal that she has.

This conversation was recorded the day after Comedy Day in Margaret's Union Square hotel room. We had enjoyed comedy Day immensely laughing our heads off together, my favorite moment was having Margaret sit right up front under the stage and scream her head off laughing at me. I also learned that she was very close to Joan Rivers and that she is still very tore up over her recent death. 

Margaret and I also were both given our our sitcoms around the same time and they both only lasted for one season. My reaction to my sitcom ending was to plunge myself into drugs and alcohol but Margaret wrote a brilliant one person show called 'I'm the one that I want'. Seeing that show in New York City gave me great inspiration at that time when I needed it. Margaret's career has been so successful because she continuously works her ass off. In this conversation we talk about our sitcom experiences and the mountain of pressure you have on you when you are the star of your own network television show.

Margaret Cho has championed countless civil rights causes and has supreme knowledge on many different topics, especially stand up comedy. In this conversation Margaret tells me about Joan Rivers' funeral and the best laugh she had with Joan. We also talk about Korea and the Korean pop culture domination of the planet. I've been to Korea twice in the past 2 years and I'm excited for Margaret to go there just because it will produce another brilliant special for her. We talk about our immigrant mother's and Margaret tells me about her quest to learn the Korean language. She teaches me about the highlights of Korean cinema. The trilogy of movies 'Old Boy', 'Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance'.

She we had this talk I watched 'Old Boy' and I highly recommend this mind-blowing movie. Since the day I met her, Margaret has turned me on to cool things. She tells me about the Rue De Temple, the best place to shop in Paris. She gives me the best world wide travel tips she has learned and I tell her the importance of a successful comedian having nice luggage. 

This episode happened because Margaret suggested that I come up to San Francisco at the last minute. After the joy of having this conversation we went to the panhandle and got stoned before she took me to a guitar store on Haight street. After the guitar store we ate fat gorgeous San Francisco burritos and then Margaret called me an Uber that took me to the airport. It was a perfect 24 hours in San Francisco and this episode is the result of this. 

She is the Joan of Arc Samurai warrior of comedy and it is my pleasure to present to you now, the one and only Margaret Cho!

Intro song: Cutting Room (Hot Pants) – Oceanliners

End song: Teenage Fanclub & Jad Fair - Crush on You

San Francisco, September 2014

Discópolis 9396 - Fermin Muguruza - 30/06/16  

Novedades y citas musicales. Empezamos por el Cultura Inquieta de Getafe que presenta en su sesión inaugural a Fermín Muguruza. Hablamos de la programación de Clamores 35 aniversario y de que también mañana en Bogui se presentan Sister Jazz. En el Conde Duque lo hará el joven saxo de Bufalo James Brandon Lewis, uno de mis favoritos en los jóvenes treintañeros. Escuchamos a Consuelo Hueso haciendo una sorprendente versión de I si canto trist de Lluis Llach. Luego hablo del Jazz & Wine donde vendrá Muriel Grossmann a tocar a Madrid. Os doy el programa del Festival de Getxo, que este año en su 40 aniversario la han hecho muy bien y terminamos con Carlos Soto Folk Quintet que es el representante de RNE en el Euroradio Folk Festival 2016 de Estonia (Viljandi).


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