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Episode #2978

New Music from the Berbers

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Wednesday, September 09, 2009

There's music from North and West Africa on this New Sounds program. We'll hear a trancey and exuberant series of recordings of master musicians of Gnawa from Ouled Bambara. Also, we'll listen to the latest from the nomadic band Tinariwen from northern Mali - Saharan seven-piece Malian desert blues with twanging guitar-led fuzz and funk. Plus music by fellow Malian Issa Bayagogo on the banjo-like instrument called the ngoni, something from guitarist Justin Adams, and more.

PROGRAM #2978, New Music From the Berbers (First aired on Wed. 9-9-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Tinariwen

Imidiwan: Companions

Lulla [3:47]

World Village 468096
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Various: Brahim Belkani

Ouled Bambara: Portraits of Gnawa

Sheshiyat Bambara [6:47]

Twos & Fews #002/ Drag City 403
Due out Oct 20, 2009
www.dragcity.com

Issa Bagayogo

Tassoumakan

Numu [5:21]

Six Degrees Records 657036 1103 www.sixdegreesrecords.com

Justin Adams

Desert Road

Blue Man [4:07]

World Village 468009
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Tinariwen

Imidiwan: Companions

Enseqi Ehad Didagh [5:41]

See above.

Various Artists

Sahrauis: The music of the Western Sahara

Viva el Polisario [4:23]

3 CD set Intuition Music 3255
Info at http://worldmusiccentral.org
Available at Amazon and auction sites

The Best of Djur Djura

Voice of Silence

Fihel Asirem (you must act) [4:24]

Luaka Bop 45211
www.luakabop.com/catalog

Baaba Maal

Firin’ in Fouta

Ba [7:14]

Mango Records 162 539 944
Out of print, but try Amazon.com* and auction sites

The Best of Djur Djura

Voice of Silence

A Dezzi A Saa (the wheel of destiny)

See above.

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