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theartsdesk Radio Show 15

theartsdesk Radio Show 15

Latest sizzling global radio show including Brazilian funk, Pakistani Jazz, Avant folk and Romanian brass bands

Elza Soares at the end of the world

Another splendidly eclectic globalist radio show hosted by Peter Culshaw. The show's featured album of the month is the impeccable The Woman at The End Of The World by the veteran Brazilian songstress Elza Soares.

We have remixed desert blues, Pakistani film jazz, Romanian brass mayhem, avant folk from Ukraine and a track from what promises to be the hit world music album of the summer - Calypso Rose’s Far From Home. Not to mention a world exclusive preview of Susheela Raman’s new album (a gamelan reworking of the Beatles psychedelic classic "Tomorrow Never Knows").


To listen to the show, click here

Tracklist below


Eliza Soares -  Luz Vermelha


Emicida  - Casa


Bitori -  Nha Bibinha


Mino Di Mama -  Quirino Do Canto


MAKU Sound System -  Positive


Imahan -  Imarhan  (Mscowman remix)


Bill Ravi Harris and the Prophets -  Cissy Strut


The Sachal Ensemble - Blue Pepper  (Far East Of The Blues)


Calypso Rose -    Human Race


Elza Soares  -  Caracoa Do Mar


Flowdan -    Chosen (fest Animai)  


Fanfare Ciociaria -  Fiesta De Negritos 


Jago  (feat  Galak Spiritual/ Chief Rokas)  -   Struggling


DakhaBrakha  -  Karpatski


Swarthy  Korwar -    Bhajan


Susheela Raman  -  Tomorrow Never Knows


Leyla McCalla   -    Peze Cafe


Temple of Light  -   The Rose and Fire are 1


Maarja Nuut -  Hobusemãng


Damir  Imamovic’s Sevdah Takht -  Tambur


Daga Daga  -   By a Lake


Dustin O’Hallorran -   Contreaux No 2


Bitori -  Cruz Di Pico


Elza Soares  -  Pra Fuder















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