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Spinitron - KDHX: Music from the Hills Sun Jul 24th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Music from the Hills (Music)

Sun Jul 24th 2011 4.00pm–6.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Fanfare Ciocarlia “Ah Ya Bibi”
from Radio Pascani (Piranha 1999) —Tim Rakel substituting for John Uhlemann this afternoon


Ibro Lolov “Dance From Sofia”
from Gypsy Music From Bulgaria (ARC 2000)


Selim Sesler “Patrona / Samiotisa”
from The Road To Kesan (Traditional Crossroads 2000) —Rom music from Thrace


Udi Hrant “Hicaz Taksim”
from Istanbul 1925 (Traditional Crossroads 1994)


Yorgo Bacanos Efendi “Milli Yegah Taksim”
from To Scratch Your Heart (Honest Jons 2010) —from a collection of early 78s from Istanbul


Kocani Orkestar “Dervis Oro”
from L'Orient Est Rouge (Crammed 1997) —gypsy music from a contemporary Macedonian brass band


Esma Redzepova “Bolna Lezam”
from The Very Best Of Macedonia (ARC 2003)


Ivan Milev Band “Rachenica”
from The Flight Of Krali Marco (self-released 2006) —from a recent record by a Bulgarian accordion player


Ibro Lolov “Rich Gypsies Have A Wedding”
from Gypsy Music From Bulgaria (ARC 2000) —more accordion music from one of Bulgaria's best known players


Fanfare Ciocarlia “Sirba De La Zece Prajini”
from Radio Pascani (Piranha 1999)


A Hawk And A Hacksaw “The Man Who Sold His Beard”
from Delivrance (The Leaf Label 2009) —an North American duo performing Eastern European folk music - they will be appearing at Off Broadway on Sunday, September 18


Taraf de Haïdouks “Balada Conducatorolui”
from Taraf de Haïdouks (Nonesuch 1999)


Iva Bittova “Blazen”
from Ne Nehledej (BMG Ariola 1994)


Black Ox Orkestar “Golem”
from Nisht Azoy (Constellation 2006) —members of the Canadian rock group A Silver Mt. Zion performing Yiddish folk music


Theodore J. Swystun “Yak Poidu Z Kimi Na Nicz”
from The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. II (Yazoo www.acousticdisc.com 1995) —music from a traditional Ukrainian singer, recorded in 1930 with Pawlo Humeniuk on fiddle


Pawlo Humeniuk “Tanec Pid Werbamy”
from King of the Ukrainian Fiddlers (Arhoolie 1993) —recorded in New York, 1926


Amira “Mujo Djogu Po Mejdanu Voda”
from Rosa (Snail 2004) —a recent recording of a traditional Bosnian song, featuring Mustafa Santic on accordion


Rita Abadzi “At Tsambikous Teke”
from Mortika (Mississippi / Canary 2009) —Greek music from 1932


Harilaos Kritikos “The Gambler”
from Mourmourika - Songs Of The Greek Underworld (Rounder www.rounder.com 1999) —another Rembetica (Rebetika) selection


A Hawk And A Hacksaw “Kertesz”
from Delivrance (The Leaf Label 2009)

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