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World Beat Playlist for November 2000 - host/producer Mark R. Thomas

Øystein Sevåg
Global House

Song From the Planet
Windham Hill Records

Déanta
Whisper of a Secret
The Druid's Mountain
Where are You
Green Linnet
a couple of touching, etheric tunes from the 1997 release by the Irish group, Déanta

Clairseach
Héman Dubh

Dans A Sailheú (monophonic dances from Brittany, dating to the medieval period)
Planxty Dru (Ann Heymann)
Clairseach Music Box
Ann & Charlie Heymann of Winthrop MN


Gjallarhorn
Sjofn
Suvetar / Goddess of Spring
Hjaõningarima
NorthSide
Gjallarhorn website

Blått & Rått (Norwegian for: blue and rough tough)
Blått & Rått
Soldaten ( The Soldier)
Victoria Havn (Victoria Bay)

OPPNED (upside down)
Oppned (title track)
Kurt Jenssen's Blues Guitar
Kentlex B&R Trade Group Music
Blått & Rått

Rock n' Roll & Blues from a small town of Finnsnes in the northern part of Norway
Thanks to Elisabeth for sharing the music.

This section of the World Beat is sponsored by
Borders Books • Music • Cafe of Richfield
Located at the intersection of I-494 and Lyndale Avenue South in The Shops of Lyndale. The Borders Store in Richfield features a fabulous world music collection with headphones for your previewing pleasure.

from Borders of Richfield we'll be hearing:

The Chieftains
The Chieftains 8

The Job of Journeywork
Columbia Legacy


Kepa Junkera
Bilbao 00:00h
Fali-Faly
Gaztelugatxeko Martxa
Alula Record
Bilbao 00:00h is a contemporary vision of Basque music mixed with sounds from around the globe


Various Artists
A Jewish Odyssey
The Burning Bush -
Rad Halaila (the Night is Strong) - based on a traditional Hassidic melody
Usca (you-skah) - Kona Hora
Fortuna - Shalom Aleichem (Peace Be With You) - Sephardic
Putumayo World Music

A wonderful collection of music from the three major Jewish music traditions, namely Askenazi, European music including the best-known tradition of Klezmer; Sephardic music is primarily the music of Jews from the Mediterranean including Spain, Portugal, North Africa, Greece and Turkey; and Mizrahi, the music of Jewis communitites based for thousands of years in Arabic countries.
Mártires del Compás
Mordiendo El Duende

Riguir Mártir
Oye el libro
Detour

Gipsyland
Viva La Música
Viva La Música
La Bodega
Me Siente Triste
Me Va Me Va
Hollywood Records
Recorded in Paris. Excellent Gipsy music, in the tradition of the Gipsy Kings
World Beat - Pick of the Month
Most enjoyable, my highest World Beat recommendation!!!
Gipsyland Fan

This section of the World Beat is sponsored by
Borders Books • Music • Cafe of Richfield

Located at the intersection of I-494 and 35W at Lyndale Avenue. The Borders Store in Richfield features a fabulous world music collection with headphones for your previewing pleasure.

from Borders of Richfield we'll be hearing:

Chico César
Aos Vivos

Mama Africa
Tambores
Velas Brazil
Chico Cesar creates brilliant contemporay music based on the contagious melodies and rhythms of Brazil.
This is Chico Cesar unplugged
Rita Ribeiro
Perolas Aos Povos

Ha Mulheres
Putumayo Artists
Rita Ribiero is an up-and-coming recording artist from the Northeastern Brazilian state of Maranhäo who performs in a number of styles including reggae, samba, funk and the styles of her native region.

Cheb Mami
Let Me Rai

Douha Alia (DewHaliA)
Rhythm Safari
The premier voice of the Rai movement, Cheb Mami is known for mixing traditional Algerian beats with western rhythms and technology. (1990)

That was (DewHal-i-Ah) from Cheb Mami's 1990 release Let Me Rai

Sabah Habas Mustapha & the Jugala All Stars
So la li
Di Nagara Deungeun
Seuri (SuRi)
Omnium Recordings
A fresh interpretation of West Javanese roots
Saba Habas

Vieux Diop
Vieux Diop
AfricaWassa
Triloka.

Stay tuned for Afropop World Wide hosted by George Collinet

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Playlist from Live Broadcast 04 November 2000
Host/Producer, Board Operator & Web: Mark R. Thomas
Modified: 04 November 2000; MRT

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