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Ugandan musician Kinobe, the ‘pedestrian’ poetry of Jennifer Wallace, and novelist Clarence Brown’s “Needs”
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July 27th & 28th, 2012, on The Signal:
Ugandan multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Kinobe has toured the world, but he comes from a country where there’s no word for ‘music’. We’ll talk with Kinobe about the beauty of that paradox, and we’ll hear the ancient sounds of his traditional instruments.
We stroll around Bolton Hill with poet Jennifer Wallace, whose book, “It Can Be Solved by Walking,’ explores the balance between nature, man, and the built environment, and celebrates the simple pleasure of walking.
Plus: A visit with writer (and recovering heroin addict) Clarence Brown, whose crime novel, “Needs,” pits a drug-addicted Baltimore detective against an elusive killer.