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Episode #2638

Global Pop

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Sunday, February 01, 2009

Listen to the Caribbean-infused music - with a bit of French and West African roots for good measure - by Andy Palacio and the Garifuna Collective on this edition of New Sounds. From "Watina," hear personal songs, short, with simple lyrics, with rhythms extracted from ritual music, like that of a traditional healing ceremony, or from a kind of wake, but each with the intent of keeping the Garifuna culture alive and relevant. Plus, hear the latest from Vieux Farka Touré, the son of Ali, featuring guest appearances by kora player and guiding hand Toumani Diabaté. Also, global pop by Celso Fonseca, and more.

PROGRAM # 2638, World Music & Global Pop (First aired on 2/6/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Andy Palacio & the Garifuna Collective

Watina

Baba [4:00]

Cumbancha #CMB 3 www.cumbancha.com*

Geoffrey Oryema

Exile

Land of Anaka [5:30]

Real World #91629 www.realworld
records.com
*

Celso Fonseca

Natural

Teu Sorriso [5:30]

Six Degrees #1086 ** www.sixdegrees
records.com
*

Paban Das Baul & Sam Mills

Real Sugar

Dil Ki Doya [5:30]

Real World #2367 www.realworld
records.com
*

Bole 2 Harlem

Vol. 1

Aya Bellew [4:30]

Sounds of the Mushroom #V-1 www.bole2harlem.com

Mahmoud Fadl

The Drummers of the Nile in Town

Bahraweya [2:30]

Piranha #1791 www.piranha.de*

Vieux Farka Toure

Vieux Farka Toure

Sangare [4:30] Tabara [3:30]

World Village #468065** www.worldvillage
music.com
*

Various Artists: Rajery

Acoustic Africa

Misahotaka Ny Akama [3:00]

Putumayo #254** www.putumayo.com*

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