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Spin the Globe Playlist for 10 October 2003

World Music Women

* = Specific listener request/response

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Weird MC with Femi Kuti Palava World 2003 Narada/Virgin
Cherifa I'm Still Full of Longing Berber Blues Long Distance
*Susan McKeown Nansai Og Ni Obarlain (Young Nancy Oberlin) Lowlands Green Linnet
Moana and the Moahunters Tahi (roots mix) Tahi Maori Music
Asha Bhosle Mera Kuchh Saaman Rough Guide to Asha Bhosle World Music Network
Daude Canto de Ossanha neguinha te amo Real World
Miriam Maria Boi de Haxixe Rosa Fervida em Mel MCD
Virginia Rodrigues Lapinha Mares Profundos Edge
Gigi Bale Washintu Gigi Palm
Suthukazi Arosi Abelungu Abamnyama World Music Cafe Vol. 02 Blue Flame
Zap mama 'allo 'allo A Ma Zone Luaka Bop
The Femme Nameless Seeline promo EP self
Sister Guitar Band Bam Bam recorded live at KAOS - (studio version appears on the CD Universal Peace Experience) n/a
Imam Ibrahim Ana Atarajjak (I Implore You) Music of Islam, Vol. 11 - Music of Yemen Celestial Harmonies
#Susheela Raman #Trust in Me Salt Rain Narada
Cesaria Evora Papa Joachin Paris Tour d'Afrique ARC
Yma Sumac Monos (Monkeys) The Exotic Sounds of Yma Sumac Sounds of the World
Ekova Sabura Heaven's Dust Six Degrees
*Oumou Sangare Ya La Mali Lolo! Stars of Mali Smithsonian Folkways
Tania Libertad La Mulata Costa Negra World Village
Omara Portuondo No Me Llores Mas Buena Vista Social Club Presents Omara Portuondo World Circuit/ Nonesuch

 

Show Notes: Quiet little show this week, though infused with great voices as always when I do a woman-centered show. The phones certainly lit up when I did the ticket giveaway for Moroccan-born Jewish cantor Emil Zrihan. I'm always delighted to be able to help people go see great music. Lots of new music came in this week, so next week's show will focus on new releases, and yes, I will finally get to that request for some older Hugh Masekela music. And whatever new requests you've got.

# Our cover song of the week was "Trust in Me" - a song we all know from the Jungle Book, only this time with a different connotation as sung by a woman of Indian roots, rather than a snake enticing a gullible Indian lad. Not sure which version I like better...

 

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