Navigator – Sunday August 1, 2010 18.00-21.00 Playlist

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2009, Songlines is the magazine that looks at the world through its music. Covering music from traditional and popular to contemporary and fusion, Songlines features artists from all around the globe: from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe; from Miriam Makeba to Mariza; from Gilberto Gil to Gogol Bordello and from Bjork to Buena Vista Social Club. Discover the traditional instruments of the world: the sitar, the kora, the talking drum and beyond.

Edited by Simon Broughton, co-editor of The Rough Guide to World Music, Songlines is packed full of the latest CD reviews, artist interviews, guides to particular world music traditions, travel adventures, beginner’s and city guides, frontline reports and concert listings.

Explore the music featured in the magazine on each issue’s exclusive Top of the World CD, featuring the editor’s selection of ten tracks from the best new album releases, as well as a 5-track guest playlist.

http://www.songlines.co.uk/index.php

 

Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth: A Rough Guide To The World

 

 

Make the most of your time on earth by tuning into the music of the world’s most breathtaking travel destinations. With thirty tracks from leading artists across the globe this Rough Guide special is the ideal soundtrack to inspire your next adventure.

 

Whether you’re an armchair traveller or looking to plan your next adventure, this triple CD box-set (priced at the normal RPP of one Rough Guide) is a fantastic snapshot of music from around the globe. Released in conjunction with the new book, Make the Most of Your Time on Earth: A Rough Guide To The World (sold separately), this collection features one disc of music from the Americas, one from Africa and one from Europe and Asia.

The Americas disc features music from Andy Palacio, the inventor of the Central American 1990s dance genre punta-rock, tango from the septuagenarian Dino Saluzzi, Chicago slide-guitar from the mighty R L Burnside, along with music from the Grammy Award winning Gillian Welch and other talented performers.

On the African disc, former Fela Kuti cohort and reputed inventor of Afrobeat, Tony Allen features alongside the likes of Somalian-Ethiopian songbird Saba, and the Berber performer and songwriter Akli D. Akli D’s track is taken from an album produced by the international recording star and producer Manu Chao.

The disc highlighting Europe and Asia’s myriad musical traditions showcases the new-generation Portuguese fado singer Cristina Branco, the Scottish Celtic eight-piece band Capercaillie, the cult Sicilian brass band Banda Ionica and the astonishingly soulful voice of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Khan can be credited for bringing qawwali (Sufi devotional music) to the world’s attention.

This triple CD box-set is jam-packed with exhilarating tracks and is an excellent entry-point into the richness and diversity of world music. We hope it will be the launch-pad of some musical adventures!

Whakanuia Te Wiki o te Reo Māori
Celebrate Māori Language Week

Date: Māori Language Week 26 July – 01 August 2010

http://www.korero.maori.nz/news/mlw

 

Lights Of The Pacific: The Very Best Of HerbsMoa, Anika - Stolen Hill CD Cover ArtTiki Taane - Past, Present, FutureFenua - Hymnes De Tahiti CD Cover Art

Pacific SwingOceaniaVarious - Siva Pacifica Part 1

 

Navigator – Waiheke Radio – Sunday August 1, 2010 – 6 to 9 pm
     
1 Akli D – Salam – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 3:46
2 Andy Palacio – Watina – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 4:46
3 Carlou D – Yaaboyo – Muzikr 2010 4:41
4 Cheikh Lo – Jamm – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 4:51
5 Lapiro de Mbanga – Constitution Constipée – – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 7:35
6 Sarah Jarosz – Song Up In Her Head – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 2:48
7 Pacific Curls – He PoUri – "Pacific Swing" 2007 3:57
8 Anthony Copping & All Pacific Performers – Hote – Siva Pacifica" 1999 4:35
9 Tiki – Tangaroa – "Past Present Future" 2007 5:00
10 Saba – Hoio – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 3:49
11 R L Burnside – Rollin and Tumblin – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 3:52
12 Tony Allen with Afrika 70 – Progress – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 6:13
13 Mariem Hassan – Terwah – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 3:25
14 Eliza Carthy & Norma Waterson – Poor Wayfaring Stranger – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 6:30
15 Toumani Diabaté, Ketame & Danny Thompson – Mani Mani Kuru – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 5:32
16 Anika Moa – Kotahitanga – "Stolen Hill" 2005 1:00
17 Anika Moa – Ka Whakahuia Ano – "Stolen Hill" 2005 1:51
18 Anika Moa – In the Morning – "Stolen Hill" 2005 4:17
     
1 Pacific Curls – Ka Pa Te Karanga – "Pacific Swing" 2007 3:16
2 Sunset Special – Tamaka Reebok – Sunset Special Vol 2" 2000 4:06
3 Hinewehi (Hine) Mohi and Jaz Coleman – Kotahitangi – "Oceania" 2000 3:28
4 Sarazino – Ecos de Radio Iguana – "Ya Foy!" 2010 3:59
5 Luísa Maita – Lero-Lero – " Lero-lero" 2010 4:43
6 Nortec Collective – Tengo La Voz – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 3:38
7 Kekele – Fungola Motema – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 4:57
8 Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Mera Yeh Charkha – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 3:52
9 Banda Ionica – Intro Espinita Espinita – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 5:24
10 Herbs – Karanga Ra – "Light Of The Pacific" 2008 0:29
11 Herbs – Long Ago – "Light Of The Pacific" 2008 4:18
12 Anthony Copping & All Pacific Performers – Aloha – Siva Pacifica" 1999  3:19
13 Cheikh Lo – Warico (Dub) – "Il n’est jamais trop tard EP" 2010 3:23
14 Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu – Wiyathul – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 5:56
15 Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal – Ma-Ma FC – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 5:13
16 Colombiafrica The Mystic Orchestra – Jaloux jaloux – Make the Most of Your Time on Earth (Rough Guide to the World 2007) 6:06
17 Bulgarian Voices & Huun-Huur-Tu & Moscow Art Trio – Fly, Fly My Sadness – "Songlines Top of the World 70" 2010 4:33
18 Fenua – A Horoa Mai – "Hymnes De Tahiti" 1999 4:35
     

 

Make the most of your time on earth by tuning into the music of the world’s most breathtaking travel destinations. With thirty tracks from leading artists across the globe this Rough Guide special is the ideal soundtrack to inspire your next adventure.

 

Whether you’re an armchair traveller or looking to plan your next adventure, this triple CD box-set (priced at the normal RPP of one Rough Guide) is a fantastic snapshot of music from around the globe. Released in conjunction with the new book, Make the Most of Your Time on Earth: A Rough Guide To The World (sold separately), this collection features one disc of music from the Americas, one from Africa and one from Europe and Asia.

The Americas disc features music from Andy Palacio, the inventor of the Central American 1990s dance genre punta-rock, tango from the septuagenarian Dino Saluzzi, Chicago slide-guitar from the mighty R L Burnside, along with music from the Grammy Award winning Gillian Welch and other talented performers.

On the African disc, former Fela Kuti cohort and reputed inventor of Afrobeat, Tony Allen features alongside the likes of Somalian-Ethiopian songbird Saba, and the Berber performer and songwriter Akli D. Akli D’s track is taken from an album produced by the international recording star and producer Manu Chao.

The disc highlighting Europe and Asia’s myriad musical traditions showcases the new-generation Portuguese fado singer Cristina Branco, the Scottish Celtic eight-piece band Capercaillie, the cult Sicilian brass band Banda Ionica and the astonishingly soulful voice of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Khan can be credited for bringing qawwali (Sufi devotional music) to the world’s attention.

This triple CD box-set is jam-packed with exhilarating tracks and is an excellent entry-point into the richness and diversity of world music. We hope it will be the launch-pad of some musical adventures!


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