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Director's Cuts: CDs from Radio Zumbido and illy B Eats

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Director's Cuts: CDs from Radio Zumbido and illy B Eats

Director's Cuts: CDs from Radio Zumbido and illy B Eats

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Weekend Edition Sunday music director Ned Wharton reviews discs by Radio Zumbido and illy B Eats, better known as Billy Martin, the drummer from Medeski Martin & Wood.

Radio Zumbido

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Former Bohemia Suburbana guitarist/sound collagist Juan Carlos Barrios collected sounds and rhythms from the streets and the AM airwaves of his native Guatemala for this fascinating and surreal dance CD. Radio Zumbido is the name of the project, and Los Ultimos Dias del AM is on the Palm Pictures label.

El Hampa

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Caracol

Only Available in Archive Formats.

illy B Eats

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Drummer illy B Eats, better known as Billy Martin from Medeski Martin & Wood, offers a 2 CD set: one disc contains some hip beats for use by DJs and mixmasters, and the second CD features artists who've incorporated Martin's rhythms into their compositions. It is on the Amulet Records label.

Phate's Bounce

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Moderndicksealand

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Voiles

Only Available in Archive Formats.

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Los Ultimos Dias del Am
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Radio Zumbido
Label
Palm Pictures

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Album
Drop the Needle: Illy B Eats Remixes and Breakbeat
Artist
Various Artists
Label
Amulet

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