BTB#9 – Turkey > Cambodia > Los Angeles

Written by on January 16, 2009

This week we went a bit all over the place from experimental Australian music to Turkish orchestras to Cambodian pop artists from the 60’s and 70’s.


Sound Information #32 – On Sacred Rights

Performed by the Australia Day 2007 iteration of the Terminal Quartet at the Make It Up Club, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Features Ash Wednesday, Steve Law, John Grant and Andrew Garton.

Sulukule’ye Sahip Çık (You Tube vid)

oturma grubu (MySpace page, Track: Kale)

(Kemal Alaçayır) Bağlama show (yine dertli dertli) (You Tube video). This live performance on a Turkish TV show has had over 448,000 views.

Dolapdere Big Gang – Losing My Religion (MySpace page)

Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten (You Tube video)
Cambodia’s Lost Rock & Roll (trailer), Directed by John Pirozzi.

Cambodia Rocks :: Sounds From The ’60s & ’70s
Yol Aularong  – Jeas Cyclo “Ride Cyclo”
Ros Sereysothea – Chnam Oun Dop-PramMuy “I’m 16″
Liev Tuk – Rom Sue! Sue! “Dance Soul! Soul!”

Sleepwalking through the Mekong (USA 2007) trailer
Documentary by John Pirozzi — Presented at Fourth Globians world & culture Documentary Film Festival, Germany, August 8 – 17, 2008. He follows Dengue Fever on tour in Cambodia.

Dengue Fever – Seeing Hands (YouTube vid)


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