09 May 2009

Kids & World Music

World music by and for kids this week, with previews of the Giant Magnet Festival (formerly the Seattle International Children's Festival - see Calendar). Plus an interview with Giant Magnet producing director Brian Faker about the festival, its new identity, and this year's performers.

World Music By, For, and About Kids: Spin The Globe playlist for 8 March 2009
Listen/download for a limited time at: soundroots.podomatic.com
More show info at http://spintheglobe.earball.net
Artist - Song - Album
Hour 1

Zap Mama - Zap Bebes - Ancestry in Progress
An Chang Project - We Are Happy: Perfect Tense - Monkey Harmonizing Songs
Angelique Kidjo - Battu - African Playground
Tomas Gubitsch et al - Toma que toma - Songs of Innocence
Bakra Bata - Happy People - Get Up and Dance
Thomas Mapfumo - Serevende / Without End - The Best of Thomas Mapfumo
LeBeha Boys - Gunjai - LeBaha Drumming
Anguilla children - There’s a Brown Girl in the Ring - Caribbean Voyage: Brown Girl in the Ring
Viva Killisly Chachati & Katia Cardenal - Nami / Angel - Lullabies from the Axis of Evil
Shara’a Simsim - Traditional Game Song - Sesame Street Playground
Kilimani Sesame - Don’t Be Sad Song - Sesame Street Playground
Oreka TX - Adabegi - Quercus Endorphina
Samite - Webake - African Lullaby
Pink Martini - Lily - Hang On Little Tomato
Les P’tits Loups du Jazz - L’Otorhinoceros - Animal Playground
Lokua Kanza - Good Bye - Toyebi Te
Hour 2
Flight of the Conchords - Foux du Fafa - Flight of the Conchords
Zap Mama - African Diamond feat. Tony Allen & Meshell Ndegeocello - ReCreation
Inbar Bakal - Hallelujah - Inbar Bakal
Kari Iveland - Takk - Avtrykk
Ba-Benzele Pygmies - Song of rejoicing after returning from a hunt - Africa: Ba-Benzele Pygmies
Interview with producing director Brian Fakar of the Giant Magnet festival
Sidi Goma - Salmini Salmini - Black Sufis Of Gujarat
Moana & the Tribe - Rangikane Ana - Wha
Cecilia Noel - Everybody’s Mambo - A Gozar!
Obo Addy - Gome - Okropong
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