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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

4:00pm

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

4:02pm

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

4:13pm

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

4:16pm

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

4:20pm

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

4:23pm

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

4:30pm

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

4:33pm

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

4:40pm

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

4:53pm

Mita Stoycheva “Storise Khoro Goliamo”
from The Secret Museum Of Mankind Vol. II (Yazoo 1995)

5:00pm

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

5:02pm

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

5:07pm

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

5:17pm

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

5:24pm

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

5:32pm

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

5:35pm

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

5:38pm

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

5:43pm

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

5:46pm

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

5:49pm

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


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