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A Conversation with LehCats

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LehCats' latest release, Movement to Egalitaria, is a collection of songs that come together to engender an achievable vision of a fairer society. Join me and this fantastic musical couple, Karen Stachel and Norbert Stachel, as we talk about the making of the album, discrimination in the world of classical music, the Bay area, and other carefully related topics.

Playlist

  • LehCats "Soul Cha Cha" from Movement to Egalitaria (IyouWee) 00:00
  • LehCats "National Anthem of Egalitaria" / "Nine Lives" / "Mandela" from Movement to Egalitaria (IyouWee) 10:34
  • LehCats "Sushine" from Movement to Egalitaria (IyouWee) 57:52
Movement to Egalitaria features Karen Stachel on flutes & vocal, Norbert Stachel on reeds & flutes, Nanny Assis on Brazilian percussion, Francis Benitez on drums, John Benitez on acoustic & electric bass, Will Bernard on guitar, Ivan Bodley on acoustic bass, Chris Biesterfeldt on guitar, Carlos Chong on guitar, Walfredo De Los Reyes Jr. on drums, Ricky Encarnacion on electric bass, Pete Escovedo on percussion, Gary Fisher on piano, Richie Flores on congas & percussion, Edsel Gomez on piano, Daniel Gonzales on drums & percussion, Siavash Haghtalab on Iranian hand percussion, Bob Lanzetti on guitar, Axel Laugart on piano Ray Obiedo on guitar, Mike O'Brien on acoustic bass, Lonnie Plaxico on acoustic & electric bass, Melissa Rodnon on pandeiro, Elizabeth Schwartz on vocal, Dave Solomon on guitar, Mike Stern on guitar, Yale Strom on violin, Yunior Terry on shekeres, Renato Thoms on udu & percussion, Peter Washington on bass, and Lenny White on drums.

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