18 June 2010: Music from the Volcanic Lands

Volcano Mural - ©Scott Allan StevensIn April, it was the volcano in Iceland. In May, we observed the 30th anniversary of our own Mount Saint Helens (KAOS was within the ashfall radius of that one!). So on this day in June, Spin The Globe played music from some of the most volcanically active spots on earth. Plus some new releases, a tribute to Busi Mhlango (who passed on a few days ago), and some musical inspiration for Algeria, who ran with it and held England goalless in a remarkable (if lackluster) result today.

Hour 1
Dhol Foundation – Colours of Punjab (theme) – Big Drum Small World
Boban Markovic Orkestar – Voz / The Train – The Primise
Enzo Avitabile & Bottari – Dance With Me – Save the World
Roger Espinoza – Sacred Mountain – Café Fuego
Yoshida Brothers – Storm – Yoshida Brothers
Ernie Cruz Jr. – Fires of Pele – Portraits
EivØr Pálsdóttir – Føroyar Min Módir – EivØr Pálsdóttir
Telek – Go Ralum – Serious Tam
Juan Carranza – La Remolina – Mareas
Mike Manopol – Kultura – Tribu Kemistri
Gigi – Tew Ante Sew – Gigi
Rumi Koyama – Watashi No Inori – Nippon Girls Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-1970
Marsada – Pulo Samosir / Samosir Island – Pulo Samosir
La Guarimba de Papa – Marimba de Guatemala – Marimba de Guatemala Vol. 1

Hour 2
Sukwinder Singh & Shreya Ghoshal – Soniye Ni – Bhangra Groove
Te Vaka – Pate Pate – Ki Mua
Moana & the Moahunters – Ancestors – Rua
Rachid Taha – Ya Rayah (Party) – Rock El Casbah
Magnifico – Avanti Popolo – Magnification
Lyapis Trubetskoy – Ruzhovyya Akulyary – Agitpop
Etran Finatawa – Diam Walla – Tarkat Tajje / Let’s Go
Dennis Mpale – Orlando – Next Stop Soweto Vol. 3
Busi Mhlongo – Ukuthula / Live in Peace – UrbanZulu
Playing for Change artists – Don’t Worry – Playing for Change

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