The second edition of STG’s shows on the music of cities takes us to Europe: Paris, Berlin, Istanbul, Moscow, and beyond. European musical styles, plus sambas, calypsos, reggae, Balkan brass, and more. Plus concert previews, new releases, and more in the second hour.
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Gotan Project “Last Tango In Paris” from La Revancha Del Tango
Ketama & Toumani Diabaté “Vente pa Madrid” from Karma
Ska Cubano “Istanbul (Not Constantinople)” from ¡Ay Caramba!
La Troba Kung-Fu “Barcelona” from A la Panxa del Bou
Flavia Coelho “De Paris a Rio” from Bossa Muffin
Jim Malcolm “Flowers of Edinburgh” from Live In Glenfarg
Berlin Boom Orchestra “Winter in Berlin” from Kaboom
Moussu T E Lei Jovents “Mademoiselle Marseille” from Mademoiselle Marseille
Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra “Budapest” from Feel The Riddim!
Set break — KAOS Community Billboard
Joyce “London Samba” from Hard Bossa
Novalima “Hotel BCN” from Karimba
Lepisto & Lehti “Helsinki” from Helsinki
Brooklyn Funk Essentials “Istanbul Twilight (feat. Laço Tayfa)” from In the Buzzbag (feat. Laço Tayfa)
Cheb Mami & K-Mel “Parisien du nord” from Meli Meli
Rokia Traoré “Se Dan” from Né So
Värttinä “Otavaiset” from Viena
Zusha “Mashiach” from Kavana
Eva Salina “Boza Limunada” from Lema Lema: Eva Salina Sings Šaban Bajramović
Ferhat Tunç “Dere Emirxani – River Emirghan (feat. Mari Boine)” from Kobani
Cocek! Brass Band “Treck Through Town” from Round Two
Noura Mint Seymali “Tzenni” from Tzenni
Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar
Brian Thusi “Dembese” from The Rough Guide to South African Jazz
Stanley and the Ten Sleepless Knights “Sly Mongoose” from Quelbe! Music of the U.S. Virgin Islands
Dengue Fever “Tokay” from The Deepest Lake
Paulinho Garcia & Friends “A-E-I-O-U” from Aquarela
Sultans of String “journey to freedom” from Subcontinental Drift