Sweet Mazurka Playlist 4.3.007
April 03, 2007 03:37PM
Shlomo Bar and David D'Or: Atzlano Kafar Todrah (Rough Guide to the Music of Israel, 2006)
Mahmoud Fadl with Salwa Abou Greisha: We Daret Et Ayam (from Egypt) 2007
Rahim Alhaj: Taqsim Maqam Saba (When the Soul is Settled: Music of Iraq, 2006)
Ali Farka Toure: Dofana (the source, 1992)
Kasse Mady Diabate: Lafia Jeli (Kassi Kasse, 2002)
Grupo Naidy: Pango (!Arriba Suena Marimba! 2005)
Toubab Krewe: Bani (Self-Titled, 2005)
Forro in the Dark: Lomeiro do Norte (bonfires of sao joao, 2006)
Yoshida Brothers: Tsugaru Aiya Bushi (Hishou, 2007)
Tomokawa Kazuki: Storms in the Dead of Night (International Sad Hits, Volume One: Altaic Language Group, 2006)
Mostar Sevdah Reunion: Latif Agha is Travelling (A Secret Gate, 2006)
Beirut: Elephant Gun (Lon Gisland EP)
Grant-Lee Phillips: Fountain of Youth (Strangelet, 2007)
Peter Rowen and Tony Rice: To Live is to Fly (Quartet, 2007)
the innocence mission (karen peris on vocals): A Wave is Rolling (we walked in song, 2007)
Elf Power: Rolling Black Water (Back to the Web)
Snowglobe: blue balcony (our land brains, 2002)

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 04/03/2007 04:31PM by Sweet Mazurka.
Re: Sweet Mazurka Playlist 4.3.007
April 05, 2007 01:22PM
This show was also good for mourning yet another OSU national title choke. "Mostar Sevdah Reunion" is an interesting name for a band; Mostar is a city in Herzegovina which was Catholic Croat and Bosnian Muslim. It partitioned in intense urban fighting in 1993, culminating in the destruction of a famous, 500-year old Ottoman bridge. Sevdah is a Turkish Balkan word meaning "love" which is also a first name for a woman.
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