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Episode #2959

World Music Sampler

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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

For this New Sounds, listen to an hour of recent recordings of world music, including Guinea’s electric kora player Ba Cissoko and Tibetan émigré singer Soname.  There’s also music from Gnawledge, a collaborative project featuring 16 musicians, exploring the roots of flamenco and Arab music.  Plus music by Salaam, Afro-Jewish jazz from Oran Etkin, and Balkan party horns from Goran Bregovic. 

PROGRAM # 2959, World Music Sampler: Global Pop (First aired on July 14, 2009)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Soname

Plateau

Rainbow, excerpt [1:00]

Fortunate/ World Village 450006 www.worldvillagemusic.com

Ba Cissoko

Séno

Africa Dance [4:29]

Sterns Africa 1108
www.sternsmusic.com

Goran Bregovic

Alkohol

Imagine [4:27]

Blue Wrasse 5315091 / Wrasse Records 238
www.wrasserecords.com

Oran Etkin

Kelenia

Nina

Moterma Music MTM 24 www.motema.com

Soname

Plateau

Sun and Moon [6:02]

See above.

Frank London/Lorin Sklamberg

tsuker-zis

Blessings Without End [5:48] Our Parent, Our Sovereign [7:12]

Tzadik 8141
www.tzadik.com

Soname

Plateau

Rainbow [3:53]

See above.

Salaam

Salaam

Sellefeena [4:39]

www.salaamband.com

Gnawledge

Granada Doaba

Nunca Fui a Granada [4:23]

Gnawledge Records 7 gnawledge.com/granadadoaba

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Comments [1]

Marian Swerdlow

I really loved this program! Thank you!

Oct. 09 2010 11:51 AM

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