Search your favorite song for free

1. hype up

hype up

nothing at of , which is

2. covers/acoustic


nothing at of , which is

3. Dancin


nothing at of , which is

4. Pablo Sanchez

Pablo Sanchez

nothing at of , which is

11. Left POCket Project - Episode 3 - "Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre" w/ Guest Lauren Lefty

Left POCket Project - Episode 3 -

Left POCket Project Podcast - Episode 3 - "Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre" w/ guest Lauren Lefty Intro music: "Mastica, Chupa y Jala" by Ghetto Brothers Outro music: "Que Viva Puerto Rico Libre" by Ghetto Brothers (music & suggested reading list by Lauren Lefty) --- Suggested Reading Academic Literature on Puerto Rico and its Diaspora: Lorrin Thomas. Puerto Rican Citizen: History and Political Identity in Twentieth Century New York City Virginia Sánchez Korrol. From Colonia to Community: The History of Puerto Ricans in New York City Andrés Torres and José E. Velasquez, eds.. The Puerto Rican Movement: Voices from the Diaspora Sonia Song-Ha Lee. Building a Latino Civil Rights Movement: Puerto Ricans, African Americans, and the Pursuit of Racial Justice in New York City Carlos Alamo-Pastrano. Seams of Empire: Race and Radicalism in Puerto Rico and the United States Solsiree del Moral. Negotiating Empire: The Cultural Politics of Schools in Puerto Rico Nelson Denis. War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s Colony Ogbar, Jeffrey O.G. "Puerto Rico en Mi Corazón: The Young Lords, Black Power and Puerto Rican Nationalism in the U.S., 1966-1972," CENTRO Journal 18:1 (Fall 20016): 149-169. Radical History Review issue: “Puerto Rico: A U.S. Colony in a Postcolonial World?”: Jones Act: Education (General): And privatization/neoliberalism (recent): Podcast about Ed in the Time of Trump/Neoliberalism: Puerto Rican Education Activism in NYC Anthony DeJesus and Madeline Perez, “From Community Control to Consent Decree: Puerto Ricans Organizing for Education and Language Rights in the 1960s and 70s NYC,” Centro Journal XXI, 2 (2009): 7-31. Lillian Jimenez, “Puerto Ricans and Educational Civil Rights: A History of the 1969 City College Takeover,” Centro Journal XXI, 2 (2009): 159-175. Lauren Lefty, "Evelina's Harlem: A Puerto Rican Educational Journey Through Space and Time," Columbia Teachers College Educating Harlem Project, Debt crisis and school closures/austerity: Post-hurricane schools situation: Whitefish Contract Scandal: Ed and gentrification in NYC/El Barrio: Debt/Austerity: PR Syllabus: Austerity Post-María: UPR Strike:

nothing at of , which is

12. Giuseppe Milici - Central Park At Down

Giuseppe Milici - Central Park At Down

Giuseppe Milici was born in Palermo on November 22nd 1964. He has studied chromatic harmonica with Willi Burger, jazz improvisation with saxophonist Larry Nash, and piano with Salvatore Bonafede. His talent first emerged in his early collaborations with Enzo Randisi. He gained his first professional experience with Romano Mussolini and Lino Patruno. Since 1983 he has worked as a harmonica player and composer for a number of popular Italian television programs, such as Serata d’onore, Fantastico, Uno su cento, Il numero uno, , Un Natale Italiano, Novecento, I Fatti Vostri, Taratatta, and three editions of “the Festival di Sanremo” and “I Fatti Vostri” In 1990 Milici was Adriano Mazzoletti’s guest on the popular jazz program RadioUno Sera Jazz. On that occasion he met Martial Solal, who said, “Milici has the right feeling and shows he knows everything about jazz.” Milici was also a member of the first European Jazz Orchestra, conducted by James Newton. Milici has worked extensively in the world of film, playing on the soundtracks of such movies as The Magician, starring Anthony Quinn and for televisions series, such as Avvocato Porta, starring Gigi Proietti and Tutti I Sogni del Mondo, with Serena Autieri. He recently played on the score for the movie Vaniglia e Cioccolato, with Mariagrazia Cucinotta. He also wrote the soundtrack for La Terramadre, directed by Nello La Marca, and screened at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival. In his long career he has performed several times in the U.S.A. (the Blue Note in New York), Holland (the Theater Carré), Switzerland, Morocco, Australia, England, France, South Africa (the Great Hall at Witz University), Mozambique, Swaziland, Germany, Polland and Argentina. He plays all over the world with the group Dirotta su Cuba, performing alongside such internationally renowned artists as Laura Fygi, Philip Catherine and Toots Thielemans, and receiving public and media acclaim. In 1998, Milici began working in classical music, performing music by Gyorgy Kurtag with conductor Zoltan Pesco, and music by Bach, Gordon Jacob, M. Betta and Giovanni Sollima with the Ottava Nota ensemble. In 2001, he worked with popular comedian Riccardo Pazzaglia, and played on recordings by Gigi D’Alessio, Gino Paoli, Dirotta su Cuba, and Ivan Segreto. His composition “November 64” became a theme song for cultural programs on the Italian television station RAI 3. 
 In 2002 he was invited to perform with his quartet at Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome. In 2003 he toured in Italy with the writer Evelina Santangelo, who was presenting her book La Lucertola Color Smeraldo. The two appeared on RAI radio program Fahrenheit. That same year, Milici was interviewed by Alex Pierotti for RAI International, and was a guest of Stefano Spadoni’s on the Big Apple radio station in New York. In December he recorded the CD November 64, described by Toots Thielemans as “well played and well produced.” RADIO INDIE INTERNATIONAL IN HI FI STEREO DOLBY 5.1 Get your app now ---> Available also ---> Radio Indie International promoting great indie, independent artists, music since 2008 Angelo Petruzzi - Ceo Radio Indie International Rosemary Mazza - Business Contact and Music Selection Gianfranco Piria - Radio Indie International BLUES

nothing at of , which is