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Episode #2731

Asian Fusion

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Friday, December 12, 2008

Asian Fusion is not just a cuisine. We'll hear contemporary music by Gamelan Cudamani - who play a type of hybrid gamelan orchestra with seven tones instead of the usual five. Plus, we'll sample from the Rough Guide To Indian Lounge, with the Indian flute and voices of Bombay Dub Orchestra and the mesmerizing slide-guitars of Debashish Bhattacharya; along with other like-minded explorations.

PROGRAM #2731, “Asian Fusion” (First aired on Friday, 11/2/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Various Artists: Tribali

The Rough Guide To Indian Lounge

Never Give Up [6:00]

World Music Network - #RGNET 1192** www.worldmusic.net

DJ Rehka

Presents Basement Bhangra

Aaja Nachiye Boliyan Paiye [3:30]

Koch #4180** www.djrehka.com *

Various Artists: James Asher

The Rough Guide To Indian Lounge

Further East [5:30]

See above.

DJ Rehka

Presents Basement Bhangra

Bhanghall [2:30]

See above.

Various Artists: Sonorous Star

The Rough Guide To Indian Lounge

Indian Motorcycles [5:30]

See above.

Various Artists: Mari Menari

The Rough Guide To the Music of Malaysia

Ghazal Masri [4:30]

World Music Network #RGNET 1176 www.worldmusic.net

Gamelan Çudamani

Odalan Bali

Truna Gandrung [5:00]

Private CD. For info: www.cudamani.org

Gareth Farr & New Zealand Symphony Orchestra

From the Depths Sound the Great Sea Gongs

Tabuh Pacific, excerpt [10:00]

Download from emusic.com

Zaman 8 & Hafez Modir

Suryaghati EP2

Rahu [4:00]

Six Degrees, digital release only, online at www.sixdegreesrecords.com *

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