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Episode #3351

World Music Mixtures

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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Dikanda Dikanda (dikanda.com)

This New Sounds program stirs some more mixtures into the global music melting pot with traditional Macedonian folksong performed by Polish band with African name – Dikanda, and some Balkan brass band music from Boban Markovic. There’s also something from Hanggai, a Chinese band that combines traditional Mongolian overtone singing with Western rock and jazz.

Then, listen to music from India with electronica edge to it from Talvin Singh & Niladri Kumar.  Plus, hear music from Ethiopia from before and after the “golden age” of Ethiopian jazz and pop.  And more.

PROGRAM #3351, World Music Mixtures  (First aired on 6/20/2012)                                                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Hanggai

He Who Travels Far

Yuan Ding Cap, excerpt [1:30]
Gobi Road [3:33]

FQT-CD-1827 World Connection/Four Quarters
www.fourquartersent.com

Talvin Singh & Niladri Kumar  

Together

Mirror [3:23]

World Village 450016
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Dikanda

Ajotoro

me minise i gapi mou [4:21]

www.dikanda.com

Boban I Marko Markovic

Golden horns: The Best of Boban Markovic

Obecanje (Promise) [4:48]

Piranha PIRA2647
www.piranha.de

Addis Acoustic Project  

Tewesta (Remembrance)

Anchim Ende Lela [5:57]

World Village 468091
www.worldvillagemusic.com

Ejigayehu "Gigi" Shibabaw

Gigi

Aynama [5:05]

Palm Pictures 2068
www.palmpictures.com

Daniel Freedman

Bamako by Bus

Darfur/Oasis [6:40]

Anzic  0038
www.anzicrecords.com
www.danielfreedman.net

Hanggai

He Who Travels Far

Yuan Ding Cap [3:08]

See above.

Bola

Volume 7 (awesome tapes from africa)

Abayetidu ma [4:17]

ATFA002cd, Awesome Tapes From Africa
www.awesometapes.com
www.scdistribution.com

Talvin Singh & Niladri Kumar  

Together

River [5:56]

See above.

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