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2018-08-10 Global Music to Inspire & Uplift

Beloved Festival 2018The Beloved Festival is taking place in Oregon this weekend. STG takes the opportunity to spin some of the global music — both secular and sacred — that we find inspiring.

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2017-08-11 Uplifting and Inspirational Global Tunes

Bobi CéspedesMusic isn’t just entertainment, of course. It tells stories and makes comments, heals and inspires. With the annual Beloved Festival taking place this weekend, STG presents its own collection of inspirational, uplifting, re-heartening tunes from around the planet.

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2013-08-09 Sacred Global Music

sacred world music on spin the globe - KAOS-fmThis episode features sacred music from diverse global spiritual traditions including Sufi, Rastafarian, Christian, Javanese, Hindi, Shona, Aboriginal, and many more. Thanks for the callers and those who got in touch via the STG Facebook page — your requests and feedback are great to hear! Have a great weekend…

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2011-07-29: The Sound of Joy

Joyful elephant and riderPrompted by the Ananda Mela festival’s subtitle — “joyful festival of India” — this week’s show included joyful music from all over the planet. Including India, of course. Plus an interview with Beloved Festival director Elliot Rasenick about his August 11-15 gathering of sacred music and arts near the Oregon coast.

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Hour 1
Klezmer Juice  –  Happy Nigun  –  Jewfro
The Latin Blues Band feat. Luis Aviles  –  (I’ll be a) Happy Man  –  Brown Sugar – Latin Breakbeats, Basslines & Boogaloo
Adam Rafferty  –  Overjoyed  –  Gratitude
Moses Khumalo  –  Celebrate Mzansi  –  Mntungwa
Seheno  –  Blue Joy  –  Ka
–  Interview with Beloved Festival director Elliot Rasenick  –
Jai Uttal  –  Malkouns  –  Shiva Station
Ekrem & Gypsy Groovz  –  Cocek Srece [Chochek of Happiness]  –  Rivers of Happiness
Shooglenifty  –  Delighted  –  Solar Shears

Hour 2
SINGH Talvin & KUMAR Niladri  –  The Bliss  –  Together
Tony Allen  –  Celebrate   –  Secret Agent
Smiling Osei  –  Happy Maker  –  Wayo Tactics
Slavic Soul Party  –  Laughter Club  –  Taketron
Etran Finatawa  –  Tekana (The Beauty of the Desert)  –  Desert Crossroads
Razia Said  –  Salamalama Aby  –  Zebu Nation
Delhi 2 Dublin  –  The Happy Track  –  Planet Electric
La Cherga  –  Sufi Dub  –  Revolve
Keith & Ken With The Jamaican Steel Band  –  Joy Ride  –  Jamaica
Oliver Mtukudzi  –  Totutuma (We Celebrate)  –  Tsivo (Revenge)
Freshlyground  –  Moto  –  Radio Africa
Bole 2 Harlem  –  Aya Bellew  –  Bole 2 Harlem
Absolute Ensemble  –  Oyun 1  –  Arabian Nights

9 April 2010: Sacred Music & Marching Bands

Spin The Globe playlist for 9 April 2010: Sacred Music & Marching Bands

This week’s show includes music previewing and celebrating two great events this weekend: HonkFest West in Seattle (http://honkfestwest.com), and the World Sacred Music Festival’s presentation of the Al-Andalus Ensemble here in Olympia (http://olysacredmusic.org). Plus other fun music and a few words about why you should be supporting community radio and its diverse programming, since the KAOS spring membership drive begins April 10. Pledge online (http://kaos.evergreen.edu/membership/join.html) or call 360-867-5267.

Artist – Song – Album

Hour 1
Dhol Foundation  –  Colours of Punjab (theme)  –  Big Drum Small World
Mahala Rai Banda  –  Balkan Reggae  –  Ghetto Blasters
Sean Johnson & The Wild Lotus Band  –  Jai Hanuman (Faith)  –  Devaloka
Red Baraat  –  Dum Maro Dum  –  Chaal Baby
Bapi Das Baul / Baul Bishwa  –  Jaibon Amar (Sitting on the Love Branch)  –  Madness & happiness
Balkan Warehouse Orchestra  –  Ah Yabibi  –  Balkan Warehouse Orchestra
Unni Lovlid  –  Den Fyrste Song  –  Vita
Hungry March Band  –  Red Box  –  Portable Soundtracks for Temporary Utopias
Al-Andalus  –  Portrait of Zahra  –  Genetic Memories
Cicala Mvta  –  Rajamati Kumati  –  Ching-Dong The Return Of Japanese Street Music
VM Bhatt & Matt Malley  –  Rainbow in My Heart  –  Sleepless Nights
Soweto Gospel Choir  –  Mangisondele Nkosi Yam  –  Grace
Bollywood Brass Band  –  Love is Sweeter than Sugar  –  The Bollywood Brass Band

Hour 2
Bela Fleck  –  Salam Aleikum  –  Throw Down Your Heart Africa Sessions Part 2
Chicago Afrobeat Project  –  Fix and Release  –  (A) Move to Silent Unrest
Boban Markovic Orkestar  –  Mesecina  –  Live in Belgrade
King Sunny Ade  –  Merciful God  –  Seven Degrees North
Mary McHenry  –  Zominamina  –  World Vol. X #1
Ali Hassan Kuban  –  Leila  –  Nubian Magic
Three Ality  –  Wij Meiskens Net  –  ‘t Minne
Al-Andalus Ensemble  –  Baghdad (excerpt)  –  21 Strings
Girish  –  Hanuman 2  –  Shiva Machine
Andrew Oliver Kora Band  –  Jarabi  –  Just 4 You
Stella Chiweshe  –  Cachimurenga  –  Talking Mbira
Nawal  –  Dunia Udjissa / the World Is Beautiful  –  Kwel