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theartsdesk Radio Show 13 | reviews, news & interviews

theartsdesk Radio Show 13

theartsdesk Radio Show 13

Latest global radio show with new sounds from the Sahara, Brazil, India and Ireland

Aziza Brahim: Voice of the Sahara

Another peripatetic mix of the latest global sounds and reissues from theartsdesk’s resident world music fanatic Peter Culshaw. The radio show features a mindbendingly eclectic mix from Colombia, Louisiana, Angola to Brazil, with some new folk from The Gloaming, alt country from Sam Outlaw, bonkers psychedelia from India, and a couple of old numbers from Ali Farka Touré and the Neville Brothers. An Easter sonic feast.

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Track listing

Bashir Mal Khalifé – "Wolfpack"

Kalyanji – "Ananii"

Sidestepper – "Come and See Us Play"

Kanatu y el Tigre – "Quien de Queda Quien Se Va"

Sam Outlaw – "Keep It Interesting"

Fantastic Negrito – "An Honest Man"

Ali Farka Touré – "Soukora"

Werkha – "The Invincible"

Annabel Lee – "Breathe Us"

Erik Truffaz Quaartet – "Kudu"

Buraka Som Sistema – "Kalimba"

Sidestepper – "Fuego Que se Llamen"

Trombone shorty "Hurricane Season"

Neville Brothers – "Yellow Moon"

Professor Longhair – "Go To The Mardi Gras"

Aziza Brahim – "Baraka"

Rokia Traoré – "Tu Voles"

Fred Thomas – "A Dream"

No Go Stop – "Agbara Orin"

Fela Kuti and the Koola Lobitos – "Omuti"

Marisa Monte – "Pale Blue Eyes"

Reem Kelani – "Sprinting Gazelles"

The Gloaming – "The Killing Wave"

Gabriel Levy – "O de Fora"

Khany – "Chan Chan"

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