Morning Becomes Eclectic

Morning Becomes Eclectic

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KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews hosted by Anne Litt.

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KCRW's signature music program features new releases, live performances, and artist interviews guest hosted by Anne Litt.

In 2012, influential reggae and ska musician Jimmy Cliff performed a special acoustic set on Morning Becomes Eclectic. Revisit this classic session featuring a living legend.

In 2012, English electronic dance legends, Orbital, emerged from an 8-year hiatus with a new album “Wonky.” KCRW DJ Mario Cotto recalls ‘totally losing his marbles’ during the set.

UK/Caribbean Afro-Soul outfit Cymande have been hugely influential in DJ and hip-hop circles for decades.

The Internet’s sound is full of swagger and style.

The Hot 8 Brass Band literally shook KCRW's walls, with their signature style of heavy New Orleans jazz hip-hop funk, during their MBE performance. Revisit this feel-good session.

The power of Laura Mvula’s voice was emotional and epic in her KCRW debut performance.

John Legend for this week's Throwback Session. Morning Becomes Eclectic on KCRW.

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