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2018-10-05 Sounds of the Mediterranean

mediterranean musicDiverse sounds from the nations bordering
the Mediterranean: Spain, France, Monaco, Italy, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.

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2015-11-06 – Chano Domínguez interview + Senegal & Zimbabwe

 Chano DomínguezSenegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour plays in Seattle Nov. 8, and Nov. 10 is the birthday of Zimbabwean guitarist/songwriter Louis Mhlanga. This show includes music from these two great African cultural hotspots, plus an interview with flamenco-jazz luminary Chano Domínguez (who performs in Olympia Nov. 8). Yep, this show is chock full of global goodness!

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2015-09-11 Spain Meets Serbia

La Trocamba MatanuscaIt’s a 24 hour drive along the E70 from Spain to Serbia, but these two European nations are worlds apart musically. Or are they? We ping-pong songs from the two countries on this week’s show so you can draw your own conclusions. Plus, new releases and concert previews in hour 2.

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9 July 2010: Netherlands vs. Spain

Ping-ponging tunes from the two nations battling for the 2010 World Cup trophy in the final match on July 11. Plus a consolation song for Germany, requests, and new releases.

By the way, Paul the World Cup octopus has chosen Spain to win.  And he’s got an amazing track record of choosing winners… Who do you think wins this musical World Cup?

Hour 1
Dhol Foundation  –  Colours of Punjab (theme)  –  Big Drum Small World
Chambao  –  Caprichos de Colores  –  Con Otro Aire
Alec Kopyt  –  Tramvay  –  Shtetl Superstars – Funky Jewish Sounds from Around the World
Gecko Turner  –  Que Papa e esse?  –  Play Up
Mdungu  –  Pick Up  –  Afro What
Buika  –  Mentirosa  –  Nina de Fuego
Three Ality  –  Wat Hoor Ik Daar…  –  T’Minne
Peret  –  Para Poder Olvidarla  –  Espana
Koi  –  If You Know Me  –  Eerste X
Oreka TX  –  Areloreak  –  Nomadak TX
Esencia Flamenca  –  Tangos  –  En Tunez
Les Freres Guisse & Paul Van Kemenade Quintet Plus  –  Ummo  –  Fouta
Radio Tarifa  –  Bulerias Turcas  –  Fiebre

Hour 2
Amsterdam Klezmer Band  –  Sadagora Hot Dub (Shantel Remix)  –  Gypsy Groove
Ojos de Brujo  –  Memorias Perdias  –  Bari
Ronald Snijders  –  Sa Ra Ka Ma  –  Black Straight Music -1981
Diego Carrasco  –  Asereje (Ketchup Song)  –  Flamenco Nuevo
Polkaholics  –  Polka Kebab  –  The Great Polka Swindle
Erev Rav  –  Wedding Trance  –  Oly Shtetl Klezmer
Sambatuque  –  Falsa Baiana  –  Brazilian Songbird
Sonu Nigam, Swanand Kirkire & Shaan  –  Aal Izz Well  –  3 Idiots soundtrack
Freshlyground  –  Africa Unite  –  Tribute to a Reggae Legend
Playing for Change band  –  Love Is My Religion feat. Ziggy Marley  –  Playing for Change Live
Funkadesi  –  Real Situation  –  Tribute to a Reggae Legend
Terrakota  –  World Masala  –  World Masala (single)

14 May 2010: Flamenco Flavors

Cover of "Nina de Fuego"
Cover of Nina de Fuego

Flamenco. Not only is it a rich music and dance tradition, it has also leaked into the music of many multicultural and cross-genre musical groups, from the flamenco hip-hop of Chambao and Ojos de Brujo to the music from the likes of Lo’Jo, Radio Tarifa, and IndiaLucia. And tonight, a chance to see some great flamenco if you’re in or near Olympia.

Hour 1
Dhol Foundation  –  Colours of Punjab (theme)  –  Big Drum Small World
IndiaLucia  –  Mohabbat ka khazana  –  IndiaLucia
Chano Dominguez  –  Bemsha Swing  –  Flamenco Jazz
Lo’Jo  –  Les Humains  –  Au Cabaret Sauvage
Rodrigo y Gabriela  –  Diem  –  Futuro Flamenco II
Agua Loca  –  La Plazuela  –  Playa Azul Flamenco Chill
La Troba Kung-Fu  –  Subway Walk  –  A la Panxa del Bou
Chambao  –  Pokito a Poko –  Pokito a Poko
Buika  –  Culpa Mia  –  Nina de Fuego
Jerez Texas  –  Birdland  –  Sun
Sergio Monroy  –  Cuando Diga Jazz  –  Flamenco Jazz
Chris Burton Jacome  –  Ritmo-Canix  –  Levanto
Arnito  –  Rumbo Este (bulerías)  –  Mi Granito De Sal
Children of the Revolution  –  Rumba Athena  –  Children of the Revolution

Hour 2
Ojos de Brujo  –  Feedback  –  Techari
Cosmic Rocker  –  Papo  –  Futuro Flamenco II
Hossam Ramzy & Rafa El Tachuela  –  Silk Road Suite: Juntos/Together  –  Flamenco Arabe
Martires del Compas  –  Negrapata  –  No Paleles / No Papers
Longital  –  Zrkadlo / Mirror  –  Gloria
Markscheider Kunst  –  Sudak  –  Utopia
Di Melo  –  Se O Mundo Acabasse En Mel  –  Di Melo
Red Baraat  –  Hey Jamalo  –  Chaal Baby
Commander in Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe & His Nigerian Sound Makers  –  Onyebu Chi  –  Nigeria Special Vol. 2
Tibet2Timbuk2  –  Crane Song  –  Music is Life
Salif Keita  –  Djele  –  La Difference
Bazali Bam  –  Bazali Bam  –  Next Stop…Soweto Vol. 2
Delhi 2 Dublin  –  The Answer  –  Planet Electric
Aserela Main Youth Chorus  –  God Calls Abraham  –  Oasis World Vol. X #2