This week we explore the music of the Roma and Jewish diasporas, and include sounds ranging from Balkan brass to Ladino indie rock. Plus a live interview with Guy Mendilow, who is on tour with his diverse musical ensemble (with members hailing from Israel, Palestine, Argentina, Japan, the UK and the USA) in support of his “Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom” project and CD, a sonic journey from the Balkans to the Mediterranean to Jerusalem.
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Acquaragia Drom “Pizzica Paliakos” from Mister Romanò
Sarah Aroeste “Gracia” from Gracia
Esma Redzepova “Chaje shukarije” from Chaje Shukarije
Guy Mendilow Ensemble “Esta Montana D’enfrente (The Mountain Ahead Burns) [Live]” from Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom: Ladino Songs Renewed (Live)
Set break — Interview with Guy Mendilow
Guy Mendilow Ensemble “Ya Salio de la Mar (Already out of the Sea)” from Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom: Ladino Songs Renewed (Live)
DeLeon “La Ner V’Livsamim” from DeLeon
Set break — KAOS Community Billboard
Shukar Collective “Taraf” from the rough guide to the music of romanian gypsies
Antwerp Gipsy Ska Orchestra “Roma Project feat. Kochani Orkestar” from I lumia mo kher
David Buchbinder “Freylekhs Tumbao” from Odessa / Havana
Jungle By Night “Piranha” from The Hunt
Kek Lang “Blowin in the wind” from Romany Songs / Chants Roms
La Jose “Morenika” from esPIral
Al Andaluz Project “Kantiga del Fuego” from Salam
Flavia Coelho “Power of Money” from Mundo Meu
Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar
The Souljazz Orchestra “Bull’s eye” from Resistance
Vieux Farka Toure “Sankare Diadje” from The Secret
Te Vaka “Tele ve ko koe” from Amataga
Bixiga 70 “Ventania” from III