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Episode #2769

That Groove Thing

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Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Hear some seriously joyful noise on Steven Bernstein’s "Diaspora Suite," where collective interplay, melodic improvising, and guitar wailing combine for something exciting and free. We’ll hear music from "Diaspora Suite," along with the Vancouver-based mainly acoustic Caribbean folktronica of Silvana Kane, a Peruvian born singer, operating as Pacifika. Also, there’s explosive groove and intricate melodic layers from Famoro Dioubaté's Kakande, not to mention lush vocals, flutes, sinewy guitars, cellos and Dioubaté's balafon virtuosity. And much more.

PROGRAM #2769, Global Dance Music (First aired on Wednesday, 2-20-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

David Krakauer

The Twelve Tribes

As If [3:30]

Label Bleu #6637 ** www.label-bleu.com*

Steven Bernstein

Diaspora Suite

Reuben [5:00]

Tzadik #8122 www.tzadik.com

David Krakauer

Bubbemeises

Turntable Pounding [4:30]

Label Bleu #6677** www.label-bleu.com*

Various Artists: Tine

Brazil Classics 7: What’s Happening In Pernambuco?

Cobrinha [5:00]

Luaka Bop #90065** www.luakabop.com

Pacifika

Asuncion

Estrellas De Miel [3:30]

Six Degrees #1143** www.sixdegreesrecords.com*

Kakande

Dununya

Paya Paya [5:30]

Jumbie #0008 www.jumbierecords.com*

Various Artists: Cabruera

Brazil Classics 7: What’s Happening In Pernambuco?

Ereltuos Caltos [3:30]

See above.

Steven Bernstein

Diaspora Suite

Judah [7:00]

See above.

Kamikaze Ground Crew

Covers

Morning In Bhutan [8:00]

Koch Jazz #7882 www.kochint.com*

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