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Journey Without Maps
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Journey Without Maps brings you vintage, rare, and underground global music from uncharted sonic territories. Every week, I unearth a new musical landscape: African soul & funk, Latin rhythms, eastern European electronica, Middle East psychedelic, Asian surf rock … and more.
Journey Without Maps is a production of WERA-LP 96.7 FM and Arlington Independent Media. For archives, updates, and to broadcast the episodes on your station, contact:
The 2,000 mile US-Mexico border is home to pulsating accordions & bajo sexto, drug ballads, brown-eyed soul, maquiladoras and laundromat laments, beer-fueled polkas, and cantina blues.

Calexico "Banderilla" from "Even My Sure Things Fall Through"
Luna Y Delgado "Sal a Tus Puertas" from "Sal a Tus Puertas"
Lydia Mendoza "Olvidarte Jamás" from "Borderlands: From Conjunto to Chicken Scratch"
Las Hermanas Mendoza "Mis Pensamientos" from "Tejaño Roots: Las Hermanas Mendoza - Juanita y María"
Los Texmaniacs "Marina (Marina) [Canción-polka]" from "Borders y Bailes"
Los Brillantes de Martín Zapata "Juarez" from "Taquachito Nights: Conjunto Music from South Texas"
Flaco Jiménez & Max Baca "Margarita, Margarita" from "Flaco & Max: Legends & Legacies"
Los Texmaniacs "Canción Mixteca (Mixtec Song) [Canción Ranchera]" from "Borders y Bailes"
El Chicano "Cha Chita" from "20th Century Masters - The Christmas Collection: The Best of El Chicano"
Los Lobos "Maricela" from "Colossal Head"
Los Super Seven "El Canoero" from "Los Super Seven"
Ry Cooder "Chinito Chinito" from "Chávez Ravine"
Mexrrissey "Dime (Ask)" from "Mexico Goes Morrissey"
Calexico "Crystal Frontier (Widescreen Version)" from "Even My Sure Things Fall Through"
Peter Rowan "The Free Mexican Airforce" from "Peter Rowan"

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