Howard “Stretch” Carr and Faithlyn Sankar interview the one and only Jimmy Cliff. This interview took place July 28th 2012 for CKUT radio show West Indian Rhythms. They cover the inspiration behind The Harder They Come and Many Rivers to Cross, riots in Brixton, and his commitment to uplifting his audience.
The Montreal Mirror was a weekly, anglo, alternative newspaper founded in 1985. It focused on Arts & Culture, entertainment listings, and local politics. It was bought by Quebecor in 1997 and subsequently sold in June 2012 much to the shock and dismay of its employees and numerous readers. This clip is from interviews with Mirror writers Chris Barry and Jonathon Cummings.
The attached cover’s are CKUT alumni – Detroit Burns (the baby) and Prym Tyme, CKUT Production coordinator in the 90s.
Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars dropped by BasabasaSoukous Soundz July 10, 2012 to perform live. They were in town to perform at Festival Nuits D’Afrique. Performing Big Fat Dog.