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Episode #3068

Blame it on Bob

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Saturday, August 18, 2012

For this New Sounds, we'll listen to some musical postcards from well-traveled slide-guitarist Bob Brozman. From Papua New Guinea, to Mali, and then on a collaboration with Indian slide guitarist Debashish Battachrya, Brozman supports the case that music has no borders. Plus, music from Malian guitarist Lobi Traore, the boundary-breaking band Not Drowning, Waving, and more.

PROGRAM # 3068, Blame it on Bob (First aired on 4/27/2010)

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SOURCE

Papua New Guinea Stringbands With Bob Brozman

Songs of the Volcano

Alir Pukai [4:07]

Riverboat Records/World Music Network TUGCD1040 www.worldmusic.net

Bob Brozman

Blues Reflex

New Guinea Blues [2:35]

Ruf 1109
www.rufrecords.de

Not Drowning, Waving

Follow The Geography

Pila Pila [2:20]

Reprise #6245, Out of Print. Other NDW CDs available at www.redsunrecords.com

Telek

Serious Tam

Bartarana (Duke of Yorks) [3:09]

Real World #49543**
www.realworldrecords.com
*

Debashish Bhattacharya & Bob Brozman

Mahima

Tagore Street Blues [3:46]

Riverboat Records/World Music Network TUGCD1029 www.worldmusic.net

Midival Punditz

Hello Hello

Naina Laagey [6:34]

Six Degrees Records 657036115729
www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Harry Manx

Mantras for Madmen

Afghan Raga [3:47]

Dog My Cat Records 13982
www.dogmycatrecords.ca

Renee Lacaille & Bob Brozman

Digdig

Debussy A La Reunion [3:54]

Riverboat, TUG1025
www.worldmusic.net

The Bob Brozman Orchestra

Lumière

Bamako Blues [4:10]

Riverboat, TUG1046
www.worldmusic.net

Lobi Traore

Mali Blue

Wolodennu [6:54]

World Village 468033
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Mamadou Diabate

Behmanka

Behmanka [5:50]

World Village 468039
www.worldvillagemusic.com

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