Portland Yiddish Hour playlist for 07/01/2012
|Girls In Trouble||We Are Androgynous||Half You Half Me||JDub||blog.jdubrecords.org|
|Alicia Jo Rabins||In Studio Interview and Performance||n/a||n/a||www.aliciajo.com|
|Alicia Jo Rabins||A Kaddish for Bernie Madoff||n/a||n/a||www.aliciajo.com|
|Rachelle Shubert||Birkat Kohanim||For All These Things||www.rachelleshubert.com|
|Lenka Lichtenberg||Di goldene pave||Pashtes||www.myspace.com|
|Theresa Tova||Ir Freygt Mikh Farvos/You Ask Me Why||You Ask Me Why: Tova Sings Beyle||www.theresatova.com|
|Socalled, featuring Sans Pression and Theodore Bikel||Rock the Belz||Ghettoblaster||JDub||vimeo.com|
Hosted by Liz Schwartz, featuring a live interview and performance with Girls In Trouble founder Alicia Jo Rabins, who talks about her current project, an experimental song cycle about Bernie Madoff, the former financial advisor convicted in 2009 of defrauding thousands of investors over a period of decades.
Check our audio tab in a couple days for a podcast of the interview with Alicia.
Also on the show: A celebration of July 1 (Canada Day) with music from Jewish performers north of the border.
Here's a link to the video of Rock the Belz by Toronto rapper/hip hop artist Socalled, featuring Quebecois rapper Sans Pression and vocals by, as Socalled puts it, Jewish cultural icon Theodore Bikel. Not to be missed; check it out!