2013-09-13 Four Shillings Short live on KAOS

Four Shillings Short at KAOS-fmThanks to Four Shillings Short for bringing some of their many instruments in for an extended live set in the KAOS performance studio. Playing the spoons, hammered dulcimer, sitar, even the bowed psaltry (pictured), they are a remarkable duo, rich in spirit, skill, and knowledge. The rest of the show featured new global music and a few choice oldies. Enjoy!

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Hour 1
Gipsy Kings
“Savor Flamenco (Tango Flamenco)” from Savor Flamenco

Nashaz “Al-Ghayb” from Nashaz

Felix Lajko “Cipok (Shoes)” from Mezo

Zansa “Jahili” from Djansa

Barefoot Divas “Fortuna – Merenia” from Walk A Mile In My Shoes

Hailu Mergia “Ambasel” from Hailu Mergia & His Classical Instrument: Shemonmuanaye

Christine Salem “Alouwe” from Salem Tradition

John Ozila “Meli Melo” from Boogie Salsa

Set break — Community Billboard

Tony Sarfo & The Funky Afrosibi “I Beg” from Afrobeat Airways 2

Wouter Kellerman “After Hours” from Mzansi

Clannad “Tobar an tSaoil” from Nádúr

Sultans of String “Palmas Sinfonia” from Symphony!

Hour 2
Lala Njava
“Baovola” from Malagasy Blues Song

Four Shillings Short “I’m Asleep So Don’t Wake Me” from live in the KAOS performance studio

Four Shillings Short “Build Up a Bonfire” from live in the KAOS performance studio

Set break — interview with Four Shillings Short

Four Shillings Short “Raga Ali Kalyan” from live in the KAOS performance studio

Four Shillings Short “One Lone Rowan Tree” from live in the KAOS performance studio

Four Shillings Short “El Pancho Rojo” from live in the KAOS performance studio

Debashish Bhattacharya “Jhoom (feat. Subhasis Bhattacharjee) (excerpt)” from Madeira

Cigdem Aslan “Bir Allah (One God)” from Mortissa

Youngblood Brass Band “Ain’t nobody” from Pax Volumi

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