This week, we'll tour the American West, where the sunsets are purple and red and yellow and on fire. A west not of Wayne but McCarthy with a myth of epics and truths in small stories. So with a narrative bass, we'll hear the tales from Amy Abdou, Judith Owen, Beatropolis, DRY and Blip Blop. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin with American expatriate Amy Abdou traveling 'Muddy Water'
Hear more at www.amyabdou.com Judith Owen with Keb Mo look behind the glitter of tinsel town with 'Train Out of Hollywood'
Look for more www.judithowen.net San Francisco's Beatropolis provides a version of their track 'Cowboy Song' from the 'Drop' Cd it's 'Cowboy Dub'
Check out this innovative nujazz trio at www.beatropolis.net Didier Louppe and Roland Fastrés capture this snapshot as DRY. This is 'The Girls at Maas'
Find more at www.myspace.com/69dry From Chino Hills, this is Blip Blop and 'Sweety Cakes'
Look for more of Keith Kehrer jazzy electronica and downtempo at kamakazemusic.com/blipblop For more on this podcast including show notes, scripts and links to the artists, log on to www.idyllicmusic.com. If you enjoyed this podcast please add a link to it from your webpage. Everyone gains.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.