01 August 2008

New Global Releases: Spin The Globe playlist

Okay, thanks for the input on that stab at clarifying the term "world music" -- perhaps from here on I'll try to take my own advice and instead use more specific terms when possible.

Here's the playlist from today's Spin The Globe (heard on KAOS-fm), featuring selections from recently released global albums...of all kinds.

Spin The Globe - 2 August 2008Guitar String - photo ©Scott Allan Stevens

Artist - Song - Album
hour 1
Warsaw Village Band - Matthew (Horn Lane Skank – Trans-Gobal Underground - Upmixing
Mazzeltov with Rolinha Kross - Amsterdam - Tsjirik, Tsjirik / Twitter,Twitter
Delhi 2 Dublin - African Odyssey - Delhi 2 Dublin
A Fula’s Call - Goureh - Liingu
Cordero - La Yegua - De Donde Eres
Bina and Pranav Mehta - Vaade Pe - Ghazals of India
Orlando “Puntilla” Rios y El Conjunto Todo Rumbero - Solo, errante y bohemio / Alone, errant and bohemian - A Tribute to Gonzalo Asencio “Tim Tom”
Barry Van Zyl - Torreldaif - African Heart Beat
Duo Moderato - Sevdah Kolo - Intima
Tcheka - Tenpul Nona Negul Pinha - Lonji
Hanggai - Wuji - Introducing Hanggai
Sidestepper - Que Sera (radio edit) - Buena Vibra Sound System

hour 2
Seun Anikulapo Kuti - African Problems - Seun Kuti + Fela’s Africa 80
Joi - Show Me Love - Without Zero
MidNght Shems - Jbal Atlas - Many Lessons
Mounira Mitchala - Annaloule - Talou Lena
Sabrina Malheiros - Eira Nem Beira - New Morning
Eljuri - Tierras - En Paz
Dobacaraol - Etrange - Putumayo Presents Quebec
Elisa Vellia - I Dio Thalasses - Ahnaria
Kasai Allstars - Mukuba - Congotronics 3
Khaled - Wahrane, Wahrane - Desert Blues 3
Fanfare Ciocarlia feat. Dan Armeanca - Kan Marau La - Rough Guide to the Music of Romanian Gypsies
Omega Bugembe Okello - Yaye / Mourning - Kiwomera Emmeeme

2 comments:

Patricia said...

Huzzah and hurray, you are playing Delhi to Dublin. I've seen them a couple of times recently and they always blow me away. There's a review of their CD in our blog if you want to check out our thoughts on the group.

S A Stevens said...

Patricia: Thanks for your comment, and for your first-hand report on Delhi to Dublin. Some friends of mine were there in the crowd with you at Harrison Hotsprings! Hope to get to that festival myself one of these years -- it sounds fantastic.

All: Patricia's review can be read at calcopyrite.com