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Episode #2782

World Music Sampler

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

It's a whirlwind tour of the latest in world music with something from Toumani Diabate, and a bit of the Garifuna Women's Project for this edition of New Sounds. There's also a tune from the Tuareg band Etran Finatawa and some music by Abdel Hadi Halo & the El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers. Plus, we'll sample from a collection of acoustic Brazilian music, and some Middle Eastern/North African dance music by Jef Stott. That, and much more.

PROGRAM #2782, Recent Recordings of World Music (First aired on Thursday, 3-27-08)








ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Abdel Hadi Halo & The El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers

Abdel Hadi Halo & The El Gusto Orchestra of Algiers

Win Saadi [8:00]

Honest Jon’s 32 www.honestjons.com*

Various artists: Etran Finatawa

Global Rhythm Compilation, Apr/May 2008

Kel Tamashek [5:00]

From the magazine Global Rhythm www.globalrhythm.net *
World Music Network# INTRO105 www.worldmusic.net

Various artists: Dr. Nivo & African Fiesta

Congo Gold

Mamu Wa Mpoy [3:30]

Rough Guides #1200 ** www.worldmusic.net *

Toumast

Ishumar

Ammilana [5:30]

Real World #USCDEW148 www.realworldrecords.com

Alemeysha Eshete

Ethiopiques, Vol. 22

Tenageri [3:30]

Buda Musique #860144 www.budamusique.com

Various artists: Paulo Moura E Os Batutas

Think Global: Acoustic Brazil

Ainda Me Recordo [4:00]

World Music Network #THINK 107 www.worldmusic.net *

Various artists: Romano Drom

Hungarian Gypsies

Rovel E Luludyi [3:30]

Rough Guides #1198 ** www.worldmusic.net *

Various artists: Armando Marcal

Think Global: Acoustic Brazil

Ronco Da Cuica [6:00]

See above.

Umalali

The Garifuna Women’s Project

Luwuburi Sigala [3;30]

Cumbancha #6 ** www.cumbancha.com *

Toumani Diabate

The Mande Variations

Ali Farka Toure, excerpt [1:30]

Nonesuch #433724 www.nonesuch.com*

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