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Episode #3330

Devotional Music

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Listen to some devotional music on this New Sounds program by the late great Qawwali singer Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.  Then, hear some songs by Arif Lohar, a hugely popular Pakistani singer whose music has lots of dance elements, but is also based on Sufi music.  Plus, hear more from the record, “Nagore Sessions,” music recorded at the Nagore Dargah, a South India temple complex where both Muslims and Hindus pray.  And more.

PROGRAM #3330, Devotional Songs  (First aired on 4/24/2012)                                                               

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Nagore Sessions

Nagore Sessions

Into Your Eyes [7:19]

EarthSync
www.earthsync.com

Arif Lohar

Jugni – Arif Lohar Remix Album

Sacha Rishta Maanwan Da [8:31]

Hi-Tech Music Ltd.
Try iTunes or Amazon.com

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

En Concert A Paris Vol. 4

"Allah! Muhammad, The Four Friends, Hajji Khwaja Qutb Farid!" [22:57]

Ocora 3 CDs #559 072-74. This particular collection is out of print. The single CD, Ocora #559 073 is available at Amazon.com.
But there’s another boxed set (5 CDs), also available on Ocora Records at Amazon.com

Purna Das Bal

Music of the Honey Gatherers

Kaliya [3:17]

Riverboat Records TUG1056
www.worldmusic.net
or download from eMusic.com

Various: Paban das Baul & Sam Mills

Real World Notes

Tomar Dil Ki Doya Hoyna [5:24]

RWMM001 Sampler out of print.  But try the full CD, “Real Sugar,” also on Real World
www.realworldrecords.com

 

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Comments [2]

CF from Brooklyn

What was the name of the Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan song you played? And where are the playlists on this site? You said on air there would be playlists at this site, but I can't find any. Thanks!

Apr. 24 2012 11:57 PM
michael cokkinos from Astoria

As always fine programming.

Apr. 24 2012 11:46 PM

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