Episode #2655

Border-Bashing Combinations

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Monday, April 21, 2008

For this New Sounds, listen to border-bashing world music from unlikely combinations of styles and places. We'll hear from Boom Pam, an Israeli band that blends Balkan horns with surf guitar, along with music from a trio featuring kora & guitar with upright bass. Plus, there's music from Transatlantic NonStop, a collaboration between Andean and Azerbaijani musicians. Also, Deepika sings songs that represent her dual Norwegian and Pakistani background and there's much more.

PROGRAM # 2655, Musical Meetings (First aired on Wednesday 3/21/07)





Boom Pam

Boom Pam

Gross [4:30]
Wedding Song [3:00]

Essay #5



Brahma [6:00]

Rasa #3164 **

Transatlantic Nonstop

Music from Azerbaijan & South America

Mahur Tesnifi [8:00]

Kirkelig Kulturverksted #316


I Alt Slags Lys

Et Navn I Munnen [4:30]

KKV #118

Transatlantic Nonstop

Music from Azerbaijan & South America

Endim Bulag Bashima/ Son de Mayari [5:30]

See above.

Sunda Africa

No Risk No Fun

Semua Bersama -Sama [4:30]

GlobeStyle #ORB-095**

Farmers Market

Speed Balkan Boogie

Vinze Vinze [8:00]

KKV #148

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