2014-01-17 — World Music Mix

Bixiga 70Hello again! Hope the lack of a show last week didn’t bring you down. Your host was away, wandering the desert. Back now, having seen cacti and lizards, sand and sedimentary rock, sunshine and blue skies. So I tried to pack extra goodness into this week’s show. You’ll find old and new music from the likes of Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha, Angelique Kidjo, Barika, Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita, and Kila. A hard-to-define mix, but one I think you’ll enjoy. Happy listening!

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Hour 1
Sambasunda
“Sambasunda” from Berekis

Adrian Raso & Fanfare Ciocarlia “Cafe Con Leche” from Devil’s Tale

Setsubun Bean Unit “Rettsu Kissu (Letkis Jenka)” from SETSUBUN BEAN UNIT

Kila “Tóg É Go Bóg É” from Another Beat / Kila Remix

Angelique Kidjo “Lulumbu (with Dr. John)” from Eve

Maga Bo “No Balanço da Canoa” from Quilombo de Futuro

Bixiga 70 “Grito de Paz” from Brazil: sounds & colours

London Afrobeat Collective “ONE DAY” from L.A.C

Set break — Community Billboard

Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita “Future Strings” from Clychau Dibon

Al-Yaman “Ya Helw” from Hurriya

Mercan Dede “The Sun Rises In the East” from 800

Hour 2
Sheela Bringi
“The Three-Eyed One” from Incantations

Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha “Raikas Henkäys” from Lapland-Balkan

Aquabella “Ikh Bin a Mame” from Nani Dschann

Soweto Percussion Ensemble “Mzingili” from Tales of the Drum

Bokoor Band “Onukpa shwarpo” from Afro-Rock volume one

Tiécoro Sissoko “INSTRUMENTAL” from Keme Borama

Angelique Kidjo “Eva (with Asa)” from Eve

Andrea Beaton “Bear Creek / Criminal Minds / For Liz Carroll” from Little Black Book

Jim Malcolm “A Man’s A Man For A’ That” from Acquaintance

Rafiel “Zambacueca” from Ay De Mi

Set break — Concert Calendar

Super Hi-Fi “Washingtonian” from Dub to the Bone

Nickodemus “The Global Village” from Endangered Species

Barika “Fantan” from Rise

MarchFourth Marching Band “Dynomite” from RISE UP

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