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    Welcome to WUNH, aka "The Freewaves." You can listen online by hitting the "play" button. We hope you enjoy our daily programming. If you can't get enough, recent shows are also available for streaming or podcasting in our archive!

Worlds of Music Playlists

Worlds of Music playlist for 08/04/2014

Lots of great new music still coming in. Played some good Reggae at the start. "Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 07/07/2014

This week a focus on newly-released music."Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 05/26/2014

Thanks to Mr. Jazz for showing up early & keeping us on the air! "Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 05/19/2014

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 05/05/2014

Highlights in this show: A song from Old New England, the band of the great New Hampshire contradance band player Bob McQuillen (aka "Mac"). A tribute to his passing last March. Dedicated to Elise.  Lots new, including Welsh, Austrian, and Indian Subcontinent material."Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 04/28/2014

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 04/14/2014

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 03/31/2014

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

Worlds of Music playlist for 03/24/2014

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.

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