Radio K International 11/10Nov 10, 2013
I hope your Sunday has been spent bundled up drinking hot cider and listening to all of the wonderful specialty shows that happen on Sundays.
Here's the playlist from today's show.
Segun Bucknor's Revolution "Gbomojo" from "Nigeria Afrobeat Special"
Batida "Tirei o Chapeu (feat. Ikonoklasta)" from "Batida" on Soundway Records
Lee Scratch Perry "Dreader Locks" from "Dreader Locks"
Bayan Nedime "Sabah Oldu" from "Nightengales and Canaries"
Asha Bhosle / Kalyanji-Anandji "Mera Jawani" from "Bollywood Funk"
Edip Akbayram & Dostlar "Ayrilik" from "Istanbul 70: Psych, Disco, Folk Classics"
Khansahib Abdul Karin Khan "Piya Bina Nahin Avat Chaina" from "Khansahib Abdul Karin Khan"
Chico Trujillo "Asi Es Que Vivo Yo (Sigue la Fiesta)" from "Gran Pecador" on Casete
The Christian Family Underground "Be Still Be Still" from "You Are Source, Source is You"
MonoMono "Awareness Is Wot You Need" from "Dawn of Awareness" on Tummy Touch Records
Bobo & Agony "Soca Taliban" from "Lift Up Yuh Leg an Trample: The Soca Train From Port of Spain"
THE BEETS "Preso Voy" from "Let The Poison Out" on Hardly Art
Monno "Defekt" from "Error" on Conspiracy Records
Kourosh Yaghmael "Del Dareh Pir Misheh" from "Back from the Brink - Pre-Revolution Psychedelic Rock from Iran (1973-1979)"
Terror Bird "Who'S Sorry Now" from "Human Culture" on Night-People
Col Ali-Naqi Vaziri "Tar Solo in Araz Esfahan of the Great Radif" from "Brass Heads and Match Heads"
THE JERRY LEE PHANTOM "Route 69" from "JAPAN NITE: Sound Sampler 2001"
Jao Gilberto "CORCOVADO" from "!!!"
Alemayehu Eshete "climbing vine" from "Ethiopiques 9"
BUFFALO MOON "Amores Perros" from "Selva Surreal" on Six Degrees
CAN "UPHILL" from "ANTHOLOGY" on WM Germany
KonKoma "Sibashaya Woza" from "KonKoma" on Soundway Records
Manu Chao "Mentira..." from "Mentira..."
Manu Dibango "Biko (feat. Alex Brown, Peter Gabriel, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Geoffrey Oryema)" from "Wakafrika" on Giant Records
Wanderléa "Mane Joao" from "Samba Soul 70" on Spectrum
props to Ross for covering the first part of today's show. He always adds such a flare. My wonderful volunteer pascal who brings in the most awesome music I have ever heard every week (A TON OF VINYL) will be a trained DJ very shortly and be a cohost! Whenever you hear someone in the background correcting my prononciation, it is him :)
We are also going to start doing themed shows. Next weeks theme will be brazilian music. If you have a suggestion for a theme or a country, email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will try to put it together!
He was telling me about this label that releases & rereleases some really cool obscure international artists (and artists in general). Its called Mississippi Records and I've included a link below if you are interested in checking it out! The album we played today entitled "Brass Heads and Match Heads "was released by them.
the thumbnail photo is an image of Alemayehu Eshete.