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L&BH Radio Hour Oct. 14

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Martha Cinader Mims

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Last night's Radio Hour started with a poem dedicated to my mother, who is undergoing surgery this week, entitled "Belated Mothers Day" from the CD "Living It." It features a soundtrack by Cooper-Moore and upright bass by Bobby Vidal. That was followed by "El Flaco" from the CD "Celebrando 20 Años" by Edgard Cambón and Candela. http://www.cdbaby.com/all/edgardo. Edgardo called in and gave out all the information about his appearance with his band Candela at Yoshi's San Francisco. He also gave out some wisdom about keeping a band together for two decades, some history on the cuts from this salsa CD "to make you dance and think." Calling from Sonoma where he was about to play a gig, he also spoke about his mentor Ruben Blades. We heard from Michaela Sefler calling in from Canada with some poetry. Kim McMillon called from Oakland and shared a fairy tale about love. Russ called again from Florida with some local poetry announcements and a poem. And then, on the half hour, we heard again from the Metaphysical Muse, who shared some advice for the coming week and the poem "Love Must be Free." Matu Feliciano called in from Oakland with "True Buddhahood lies in Activity." I played a little of "Yo Vine a Bailar" also from Edgardo and Candela, and spoke on my editorial "Arts and Politics." Please join us next week. Unfortunately, the sound levels started out very low, but it gets better.

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