2012-04-06 Songs of the Moon

Songs of the Moon - from Spin The Globe radioWith the full moon getting ready to make an appearance this evening, this show celebrates the moon through music. Plus new releases and concert previews in hour 2. Oh, and congrats to the winner of the tickets to the Makedonians show! Have a great weekend, all…

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Station ID — Hour 1

AfroCubism “A La Luna Yo Me Voy (I’m Going to the Moon)” from AfroCubism

Pete Lockett & Uma Shankar “DOUBLE MOON” from Made In Chennai

Klezmer Juice “Beautiful As the Moon” from Klezmer Juice 2 – Yiddish Lidele

Alacran “Reflejo De Luna” from Latin Lounge

Leni Stern “The Cat That Stole the Moon (Djakouma E Kalo Mine)” from Sabani

Mari Boine “Mielahisvuohta (Lunacy Lunacy)” from Leahkastin – Unfolding

Cascadia ’10 “Moon Go Go” from Pharaohs of Elysium – EP

GORAN BREGOVIĆ “Mesecina / Moonlight” from Welcome to Bregovic

Laxula A.M.A. “La Luna” from In X-lle

BAABA MAAL “Dakar Moon” from Television

Los Lobos “Kiko and the Lavender Moon” from Kiko

Balkan Beat Box “Dancing WIth the Moon” from Blue Eyed Black Boy

 

Station ID — Hour 2

Afro Celt Sound System “Dark Moon” from Capture (1995 – 2010)

Sidi Toure “Tonid Karaa (The White Stone)” from Koima

The Toure-Raichel Collective “Alkataou” from The Tel Aviv Session

Ladysmith black Mambazo “Dlondlobala Njalo (Soul Drummers Mix)” from Ladysmith Black Mambazo & Friends

The Makedonians “Mitsos’ Dance” from Mitsos’ Dance

Inti IIlimani “La Indiferencia” from Amar de Nuevo

Koudede “Alam’i” from Putumayo Presents African Blues

Watussi “Tu Te Vas (Nickodemus Remix)” from 1000% Handsome

Gamelan Madu Sari “From Heaven to Earth” from Hive

Congo Sanchez “T.E.T.O. (strut)” from Congo Sanchez Volume 1 – EP

Fatoumata Diawara “Sonkolon” from Fatou

Ravi Shankar “Raga Kedara” from The Living Room Sessions Part 1

Baloji “Kesho” from Kinshasa Succursale

Bombino “Ahoulaguine Akaline (I Greet My Country)” from agadez

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