2012-02-10 Iraq Meets Hungary

In our first ping-ponging show of the year, we bounced between Iraq and Hungary, and found some curious musical connections therein. In the second hour of the show, new releases and concert previews dominated. Thanks for listening, and thanks to our new likers on Facebook!Hungary Meets Iraq (musically speaking)

Hour 1
(Artist  –  Song  –  Album)

Zuboly  –  Pannondrama  –  Értem a Kujonságot

Rahim Alhaj  –  Sama’i Baghdad  –  Little Earth

Muzsikas  –  Hidegen Fujnak a Szelek  –  The Prisoner’s Song

Mesopotamix vs. Omar Bashir  –  Mesopotamia (Babylon Is Burning Mix)  –  Baghdad Blues

Romano Drom  –  Szatélé Zsav  –  The Rough Guide to Hungarian Music

Ilham Al Madfai & Mohamad Bouya Mohamad  –  Dear Beloved  –  The Essential Guide to Arabia

Kalman Balogh and the Gipsy Cimbalom Band  –  The Lover of the Secret Agent  –  Live In Germany

Kathem Al Saher  –  Yahala B’hattoul  –  Baad El Hob

Masfel  –  Hutofurdo Dub  –  Masfel EP

Aida Nadeem  –  Khadri  –  Out of Baghdad

Andras Farkas  –  Silk Scarf/Mother I Will Marry Soon/Jaroka Csardas  –  World of Gypsies

Hour 2 
Halla Bassam & Sevara Nazarkhan  –  Peace Song  –  Lullabies from the Axis of Evil

Mitsoura  –  Lei Toi  –  Mitsoura

Novalima  –  Diablo  –  Karimba

Jim Malcolm  –  Flowers Of Edinburgh  –  Live In Glenfarg

Solas  –  Who’s In the What Now  –  Reunion – A Decade Of Solas

Nneka  –  From Africa 2 U  –  Concrete Jungle

Groupe Mazagan  –  Atay  –  The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco

Vagabond Opera  –  Russian Jazz Waltz  –  The Zeitgeist Beckons

Munir Bashir  –  Johnny Guitar  –  The Rough Guide to Arabic Lounge

Cascadia ’10  –  Pharoahs of Elysium  –  Live EP

Doctor L  –  Family a Fear Feat. Antibalas  –  The Great Depression

Mamadou and Vanessa  –  Faso Mali (My Country Mali)  –  Faso Mali

 

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