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Episode #2896

Cross-Cultural Music

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Friday, March 26, 2010

Listen to a veritable melting pot of music for this New Sounds. Quebec meets the Middle East in the music of the McDades, folk-jazz with a dash of tabla or santoor. Then Norwegian and bluegrass fiddles mix in the odd chamber group called QQQ. We'll hear from their debut release, "Unpacking the Trailer." Plus, Brazil, Africa, and India come together in the work of Codona, from a new retrospective collection, and more.

PROGRAM # 2896, Cross-Cultural Music (First aired on Wed. 2-4-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

QQQ

Unpacking the Trailer

Spring [5:30] Happy ‘til You Hurt Yourself [3:00]

New Amsterdam Records 015 www.newamsterdam
records.com

The McDades

Bloom

Dance of the Seven Veils [4:30]

Free Radio Records 005 www.freeradiorecords.com
www.themcdades.com

Alex Cline

Continuation

Nourishing Our Roots [10:00]

Cryptogramophone 140 www.crypto.tv

Codona Don Cherry / Nana Vasconcelos / Colin Walcott

The Codona Trilogy

Inner Organs [9:00]

ECM 2033-35, 3CD set www.ecmrecords.com

Dennis Gonzalez

Renegade Spirits

Sangarédi [4:00]

Furthermore 001 www.furthermore
recordings.com

QQQ

Unpacking the Trailer

Ghostwalk [6:00]

See above.

Alex Cline

Continuation

Open Hands [6:00]

See above.

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