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Saturday, March 26, 2016 Options
David Ellenbogen’s World Music Concert Treasure Chest

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David Ellenbogen, producer of the podcast NYC Radio Live and veteran of WKCR as well as Radio Univers in Ghana,
shares choice selections from his bountiful archive of world music concert recordings.
Recently David has been very active as one of the lead members of the Brooklyn Raga Massive Collective (BRM)
and we’ll feature many BRM recordings.



TICKET GIVEAWAY THIS WEEK: GREAT OTTOMAN TURKISH MUSIC SUNDAY APRIL 3RD!

(To request a pair of tickets, email me, Rob W, here and please put "TIX" in the subject line.)

We have several pairs of tickets available for this concert:

Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center at Goodman House, 129 W 67th St, Sunday April 3:
Makam New York presents Mediterranean Crossings: Ahmet Erdoğdular and his ensemble with special guests from Greece Ross Daly and Kelly Thoma. 8 pm. (This annual concert is held in conjunction with Makam New York’s annual Turkish Music Institute vocal, instrumental and composition / orchestration workshops, April 1-5.)

Makam New York is led by Ahmet Erdoğdular, a brilliant Turkish vocalist who has dedicated himself to preserving and promoting the classical singing style of the Ottoman Turkish musical tradition. Based in New York and Istanbul, Ahmet devotes his time to performing and teaching Turkish classical music. In addition to singing, Ahmet plays tambur, oud and percussion. He’s released several cds.

More information at http://makamnewyork.org

To request a pair of tickets, email me, Rob W, here and please put "TIX" in the subject line.

As I mentioned, we have a large number of tickets available for this event so if you send in a request you are almost guaranteed tickets. But I will email you to confirm your tickets by Monday, April 4th, 2016.

This Week's Playlist:

(* = new)

Fairport Convention: Now Be Thankful Options / Full House / Island (0:00:00 )

Manu Chao: Merci Bonsoir... Options / Siberie M'Etatit Conteee (0:03:27 )

The Garifuna Collective: Seremei Buguya (Thanks to You) Options / Ayo / Cumbancha (0:04:43 )

Alex Ojeda y Su Banda Sinaloense: Te Quiero Agradecer Options / Para Siempre Amarnos (0:07:40 )

Dato' Sudirman: Hoore! Hoore! Options / Hati Rindu (0:11:26 )

Daisy Voison: Hooray Hoorah Options / Parang Queen (0:15:39 )

Mokoomba: Ndundule Options / Rising Tide (0:22:16 )
GIG: TONIGHT at the Apollo - Africa Now w/ Bombino, Alsarah and the Nubatones and Jojo Abot; also TUES night @ the Falcon in Marlboro, NY

Bombino: Inar Options / Azel / Partisan / * (0:27:19 )
GIG: TONIGHT at the Apollo - Africa Now (8 pm)

Sandaraa: Haatera Taiyga Options / Sandaraa (0:31:04 )
GIG: Rockwood Music Hall May 11th at 7

Jeong Ga Ak Hoe: Scattered Songs - Arirang 2 Options (0:42:11 )
GIG: Thurs night @ Flushing Town Hall - FREE w/ RSVP via http://tinyurl.com/jgah-rsvp

Lars Hollmer: Vill du Hora Mer Options / The Siberian Circus (0:46:24 )

Dagadana: By a Lake Options / Meridian 68 / * (0:48:58 )

Tarika Sammy : Fanafody Options / Fanafody (0:53:28 )

uKanDanz: Tchuheten Betsemu Options / Awo (1:01:01 )

Songhoy Blues: Wayei Options / Music In Exile / Atlantic (1:05:46 )

Awa Sangho with Brooklyn Raga Massive: Live at Pioneer Works - Excerpt Options / online only - http://www.nycradiolive.org (1:25:09 )

Oumar Konate: Recorded by David Ellenbogen in Bamako Options / online only - http://www.nycradiolive.org (1:38:51 )

Innov Gnawa with Brooklyn Raga Massive: Live at Pioneer Works - Excerpt Options / online only - http://www.nycradiolive.org (1:48:38 )

Brooklyn Raga Massive (Coltrane concert ensemble), live at Pioneer Works: Alabama Options / online only - http://www.nycradiolive.org (2:00:28 )
Anupam, Jay, Arun from BRM

Noura Mint Seymali and with Jay Gandhi and Ehren Hansen: Live at WKCR Options / online only - http://www.nycradiolive.org (2:21:06 )

Acoustic Mandala Project - David Ellenbogen (guitars) and Joshua Geisler (bansuri): Rolling Spheres Options / Acoustic Mandala Project (2:33:54 )
GIG: Rubin Museum, 150 W 17 St, Wed May 25, 6-9 pm, Free Admission

Field Recording from Samoa by David Ellenbogen: (2:38:19 )

Salampasu Musicians: Tshisani Options / Various Artists: African Gems / SWP / * (2:49:01 )




Listener comments!

Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:04pm Rob W:

Good evening and thanks everyone for your support during our fundraiser. I hope it's not taboo for me to post first!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/26/16 6:07pm Karen in Sleepy Hollow:

Happy Saturday everyone! And a big congrats to FMU for reaching the marathon goal! Thanks to Rob and all the other amazing DJ's for making FMU great!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:13pm Bas NL:

Hi Rob! Great job on the Marathon!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:15pm Rob W:

Thanks Bas and Karen (and Bryant) for your incredible and ongoing support!
  Sat. 3/26/16 6:20pm Carmichael:

Heya Rob and friends. Just finished mowing the lawn. Or cutting the grass, depending on where you live.
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:24pm Rob W:

Carmichael, you're a better man than I am - I'm not much good at either! Fortunately our landlord mows the lawn (as we say in the Garden State)!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:31pm Bas NL:

I was i could be at the Apollo tonight ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 6:38pm ἶkε:

The best thing about apartment living is that you don't have to mow the bleeding bloody blasted lawn.
  Sat. 3/26/16 6:40pm ledzeppelinsucks:

there was a double rainbow in Tacoma yesterday
  Sat. 3/26/16 6:47pm marshall in kansas:

thanks for bombino-saw them at jazzfest in nola awhile back- anyone going to see them tonite is lucky!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 6:56pm Rob W:

Sure thing Marshall, congratulations Tacoma and I totally agree ἶkε!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 7:42pm coelacanth:

good evening Rob and David and other Palanese
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 7:45pm Rob W:

Good evening coelacanth, thanks for listening!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 7:47pm Bas NL:

Very nice tune by Oumar Konate.. and an excellent recording too!
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 7:54pm geezerette:

Hey there Rob & co;listening while we holiday prep.
As always, a mind expanding, beautiful show!
Thanks for it!
Avatar Sat. 3/26/16 7:57pm Marcel M:

Yes the Spiritual! Although both sound nice.
Avatar Sat. 3/26/16 7:58pm Marcel M:

Awwww... okay I'll take Alabama ;-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 7:59pm coelacanth:

forgive me please; i came in late and i didn't catch where this gnawa music is from.
i have an album of gnawa music of marrakesh that sounds a bit different. (but maybe it's just the particular recordings.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 8:01pm coelacanth:

...i guess i mean where the "style" is from.
(?)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 3/26/16 8:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Alabama: Written by Coltrane about a church bombing that killed little African-American girls - & correlating directly to Martin King's eulogy for them. I think Trane would love the International flavor on this version...
Avatar Sat. 3/26/16 8:07pm northguineahills:

Wow! This is amazing.

If you listen to the original sax lines, Coltrane emulated King's eulogy, as Rev Rabbit inferred.
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 8:10pm Rob W:

Very interesting, thanks RR and ngh.
  Sat. 3/26/16 8:29pm Robyn:

can David say again when the event at the Sufi Books on W. bway will be? btw, it's below Canal St. not near Union sq.
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 8:30pm Rob W:

Robyn, I found a link for the April 9 event: sufibooks.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 8:30pm coelacanth:

on Doug's show from 9-24-10 c.2:19:50, Trane's "alabama" and Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech are played simultaneously.
wfmu.org...
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 8:37pm Rob W:

Thanks coelacanth!
Avatar Sat. 3/26/16 8:46pm Marcel M:

Enjoyed the show guys, thanks.
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 8:51pm Rob W:

Thanks Marcel!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 8:52pm Dave in Vermont:

Hey, just tuning in, but I wanted to let you know I was thinking about you. I saw Bombino on Thursday here in Burlington. It was so good! Oh my.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Sat. 3/26/16 8:59pm coelacanth:

Thanks Rob and David. Great program!
ciao
Avatar    Sat. 3/26/16 9:00pm Bas NL:

Thanks Rob!
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