2013-11-22 Worldwide Whatever, or, Songs from Across the Globe

Rokia TraoreFrom Zimbabwe to Canada to Brazil to Belgium, we covered a lot of ground in this weeks show. We sampled new albums from Autorickshaw, Chambao, Barika, Badi Assad, and others, along with some older releases and requests (thanks, Sarah!).

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Hour 1
“Ancient Voices” from Ancient Voices

Deepti Navaratna “KA” from Ka

Autorickshaw “The Trouble with Hari” from The Humours of Autorickshaw

Hugh Masekela “Saduva” from Time

Kirsten Bråten Berg “Ung Son” from Syng Du Mi Røst

Chambao “Beliche (feat. Toumani Diabaté)” from 10 Años Around the World

Badi Assad “Catch” from Between Love and Luck

Taiwu Children’s Ancient Ballads Troupe “Yuqai / Ode to the Mothers” from To & From the Heart

Kevin Seddiki & Bijan Chemirani “On Saturn’s Rings” from Imaginarium

Set break — Community Billboard

Bahama Soul Club “Ay Jona” from The Cuban Tapes

Los Chicharrons “Bamako” from Roots of Life

Debademba “Dianamo” from Souleymane

Toninho Ferragutti “Nova” from O Sorriso da Manu

Hour 2
Karim Baggili
“Arabic Circus” from Kali City

Barika “Bamana Ke” from Rise

Neco Novellas “Yeke Yo” from New Dawn – Ku Khata

Ablaye Cissoko “Gnon Dema” from Mes Racines

Rokia Traoré “Sikey” from Beautiful Africa

Dobet Gnahoré “Yekiyi” from Na Afriki

Hanitra Ranaivo “Tara” from Songs From Madagascar

Djelimady Tounkara “Amary Ndaou” from Sigui

Ballaké Sissoko & Ludovico Einaudi “Dessert Dans Le Desert” from Diario Mali

Set break — Concert Calendar

Suphala “Eight and a Half Birds” from Alien Ancestry

The Silk Road Ensemble With Yo-Yo Ma “Briel (from Book of Angels)” from A Playlist Without Borders

Omar Souleyman “Ya Yumma” from Wenu Wenu

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