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Episode #2867

Cross-Cultural Music

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Monday, December 06, 2010

Recent recordings of cross-cultural music, including the Bombay Dub Orchestra, Natacha Atlas, Sussan Deyhim, Issa Bagayogo, and more.  Listen to selections from "3 Cities," the latest from the Bombay Dub Orchestra, along with something by Issa Bagayogo, from his "Mali Koura" release, which draws from the dance clubs of Bamako and London.  Also, hear from Natacha Atlas, and her CD "Ana Hina," acoustic versions of songs originally performed by Arabic singers Fairuz and Abdel Halim Hafez, along with some settings of poetry by poem Frida Kahlo and the traditional Scottish folk song, "Black is the Colour." Plus, music from Sussan Deyhim's "Soliloquy," for a Shirin Neshat video installation.

PROGRAM #2867, Recent Cross-Cultural Music (First aired on Wed., 11/12/08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Bombay Dub Orchestra

3 Cities

Spiral [7:30]

Six Degrees #1153
www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Natacha Atlas

Ana Hina

La Teetab Alayi [3:00] El Nowm [6:00]

World Village 450005 www.worldvillagemusic.com

Sussan Deyhim

Soliloquy

Black Sand [1:30] Falak [1:30] Chase Out the Devil [1:30]

Venus Rising Records
www.venusrisingrecords.com
www.sussandeyhim.com
Available as a download at Amazon.com*, or Emusic.com

Bombay Dub Orchestra

3 Cities

Junoon [5:30]

See above.

Natacha Atlas

Ana Hina

La Shou El Haki [3:00] Hayati Inta Reprise (Hayatak Ana) [6:30]

See above.

Issa Bagayogo

Mali Koura

N’Tana [3:30]

Six Degrees #1151
www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Natacha Atlas

Ana Hina

He Hesitated, excerpt [1:00]

See above.

Issa Bagayogo

Mali Koura

Namadjidja [5:00]

See above.

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