Wednesday Beat Blender (Music)
World Beat & Other Rhythms - we play uncommon music from places, cultures and musical traditions that you are unlikely to hear elsewhere.
Wed Nov 20th 2013 2.00pm–4.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: central
Boozoo Chavis “Paper In My Shoe”
from Alligator Stomp Vol. 1 - Cajun and Zydeco Classics CD Comp (Rhino 1990) —(pronounced CHAY-viss), Zydeco, French Creole music, SW Louisiana, sang and played accordana, 1954-2001
Eliades Ochoa and El Cuarteto Patria “Al Vaiven De Mi Carreta”
from Putumayo Presents: Cuba CD Comp (Putumayo World Music 1999) —Eliades Ochoa - black cowboy hat, El Cuarteto Patria is from Santiago de Cuba, appeared at KCPA with Oequestra Buena Vista Social Club in Sep 2013, w/Roberto Fonseca
Esther Marisol “El Guajojo”
from The Rough Guide to the Music of the Andes: Bolivia CD Comp (World Music Network 2005) —Esther Marisol is less tradition-bound than other tarijenas - a taquirari (a rhythm from the tropical east of the country) and a serenade.
Ad Vielle Que Pourra “Un Cosaque A Paris”
from Come What May CD Album (Green Linnet 1989) —Instrumental, Come What May represents the acme of this Montreal-based quintet's attempts to create a new, more sophisticated folk music out of Breton roots. (The Bretons are the Celts of northern France.)
Derek Gripper “Konkoba (Earth)”
from One Night on Earth: Music from the Strings of Mali CD Album (New Cape 2013) N
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