Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel joins Morning Becomes Eclectic at 10am to share a couple of songs that reflect the tenor and technology of the mid-1980s and early 90s, both conceived by mad genius Bill Laswell, who was a major force on both the London and New York music underground.
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