2017-02-03 Music of Immigration-Ban Nations

omar souleyman - SyriaThis week, an emergency show featuring songs from the nations impacted by the presidential immigration ban: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Plus new releases and concert previews in hour two.

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Hour 1
“Azara Alhai” from Sudaniyat

Ilham Al Mafai “Mali Chughul Bil Soug” from World 2003

Dalinda “Esh hal qadny? (How Will I Be Patient Enough)” from Songs from Libya

Munir Bashir “Hanan (excerpt)” from Mesopotamia

Maryam Mursal “Qax (Refugee)” from The Journey

Baghdadi Mayada Killisly & Mimi “Luna, Luna – Luna, Luna Little Doll” from Lullabies from The Axis of Evil

Sussan Deyhim “Glyphs On the Horizon” from City of Leaves

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Djivan Gasparyan & Hossein Alizadeh “Shurangiz Improvisation” from Endless Vision

Abdel Gadir Salim & Emmanuel Jal “Gua” from Ceasefire

Ensemble al-Kindî & Sheikh Mabboush “Djoubi” from Allepian Sufi Transe

Salaam “Iraqi-American Blues” from Train to Basra and Other Stories

Hour 2
“Gharibb (Stranger)” from The Road to Damascus

The Nile Project “Biwelewele (feat. Steven Sogo)” from Jinja

Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha “Kukkakimppu kainalossa” from Näennäinen

Gypsy Kumbia Orchestra “Maxicumbia” from Revuelta Danza Party

Dobet Gnahoré “Inyembezi zam” from Na Afriki

Jim Malcolm “Short and Fat” from Disaster for Scotland

Tamikrest “Adoutat Salilagh” from Kidal

Joan Soriano “María Elena ay Dios” from Me Decidi

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Rakkatak “Heliosphere” from Small Pieces

Salif Keita “Calculer” from M’Bemba

L’Orchestre Afrisa International “Amour Nala” from Melanie

Mahmoud Fadl “Ana Bamasi Al Haba Doll Edit (I Say To You Good Evening)” from For Oriental Dancers

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