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Episode #3534

World Music Roots

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Friday, November 15, 2013

For this New Sounds, listen to music built around recordings of world music.  Hear music by Evan Ziporyn, built around Balinese vocalist Ni Lemon's recording, "Wagarasi," along with other works that contain samples from tracks from Tanzania Instruments, circa 1950. Also, listen to music by Eve Beglarian that draws from a Bengali recording and material from Steve Roach, which is based on Australian aboriginal music and makes use of the didgeridoo.  That, and more.

 

PROGRAM #3534– World Music-Based Works (First aired on 11/15/2013)             

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Deep Forest

Deep Forest

Sweet Lullaby [3:30]

Sony #57840.
Available at Amazon.com

Musci & Venosta

Messages & Portraits

lullabies...mother sings...father plays [3:27]

ReR #ReRMVCD
distr. www.rermegacorp.com

Evan Ziporyn

In My Mind and In My Car

Wargasari [5:16]

Airplane Ears
Digital download only.
airplaneears.com

David Byrne & Brian Eno

My Life in the Bush of Ghosts

The Carrier [4:19]

Nonesuch #79894
www.nonesuch.com

Paul Dresher Ensemble Electro-Acoustic Band

Tell the Birds

Beglarian: Creating the World [14:05]

New World Records # 80630
www.newworldrecords.org

Cheb I Sabbah

Shri Durga

Shri Durga - The Jagad Yoni Mix: Womb Of The World [8:00]

Six Degrees Records 657036-1009-2
sixdegreesrecords.com

Evan Ziporyn

In My Mind and In My Car

Mugasha Loop [3:00]

See above.

Steve Roach

Dreamtime Return

Red Twilight With the Old Ones [9:53]

Fortuna/Celestial Harmonies #18055
www.harmonies.com

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