Favoriting Steve Krinsky: Playlist from October 28, 2006 Favoriting

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Favoriting October 28, 2006: La Vie en Rose avec Mattias Gustafsson

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Steve's guest Mattias Gustafsson-- songwriter, producer, restauranteur--was raised in Paris and now lives in Jersey City. Check out his website: mattiasound.com

Artist Track Comments
Big Guitars from Texas  Boomerang   Favoriting Just to get things started 
Big Guitars from Texas  Lost Incas   Favoriting Austin blues guitarist Denny Freeman does the twang thing with a Peruvian flair 
Ah-Kin  Can Can   Favoriting From "Spirit of the Andes" on Earthtone. Can't tell if these are Peruvian players or not but it's a nice tune regardless 
Cumanana  Alipio Cruz Ramirez   Favoriting More from Peru 
Susana Baca  Zamba Mulato   Favoriting Baca takes the Afro-Peruvian musical tradition and mixes it with Latin music-- with striking results. This tune is from her self-titled 1997 album on Warner Bros. 
Gotan Project  Arrabal   Favoriting Parisian musicians mix electronica with tango 
Bajofondo Tango Club  Exodo II   Favoriting Written by Juan Blas Caballero 
Aterciopedos  Esmeralda   Favoriting These velvet rockers from Columbia got two Grammy nominations in 97 & 98 
Trio Esperanca  A Noite   Favoriting Brazilian acapella trio 
Mano Negro  Indios de Barcelona   Favoriting Manu Chao and band 
M  Je dis M   Favoriting New French pop singer 
Camille  Ta Douleur   Favoriting Won Best New Artist in France last year 
Emilie Simon  La Vie en Rose   Favoriting Cover of the Edith Piaf classic. Emilie Simon wrote the sound track for "The March of the Penguins" movie 
[from "The Science of Sleep"]  Generique Stephanie   Favoriting Charming soundtrack music by Jean-Michel Bernard, from a charming movie, set in Paris, with Gael Garcia Bernal & Charlotte Gainsbourg 
[from "The Science of Sleep"]  Coutances   Favoriting This one was written by Dick Annegarn 
[from "The Science of Sleep"]  If You Rescue Me   Favoriting Wearing cat costumes, members of the cast-- including Bernal on drums-- do an adorable cover of this Lou Reed tune 
Serge Gainsbourg  Marilou Reggae Dub   Favoriting In 1976 Gainsbourg worked with Sly & Robbie on an entire album of reggae rhythms with French lyrics 
Bernard Lavilliers  Saudade   Favoriting Produced by Mattias Gustafsson, with strings by Deodato 
Didier Cormier  Berimbau   Favoriting Didier-- formerly of Jersey City, now back in Paris-- put out a his "Esperanto" CD in 2004. He's got nice website: dcarmier.com 
Abigail Zsiga  Better With You   Favoriting Mattias' production 
Audrey Martell  World of Indifference   Favoriting Audrey & Mattias wrote all the songs on "Life Lines" (audreymartell.com) 
Amadou et Mariam  M'Bife   Favoriting  
Toumast  Tallyatidagh   Favoriting Tuareg couple from Algeria 
Oumou Sangare  Yala   Favoriting Mali 
Richard Bona  Sona Mama   Favoriting Singer and bass player from Cameroon 
M.I.A.  Amazon   Favoriting Sri Lankan pop artist 
Ofra Haza/Don Was  Daw Da Hiya (instrumental)   Favoriting In 1992, Ofra Haza, singer from Yemen, with with Don Was, producer from L.A. Even without her voice, this is a cool tune 
Medeski Martin Wood  Jelly Belly   Favoriting  
Los Hombres Calientes  Digidall   Favoriting  
Cachao  A Gozar Con Mi Combo   Favoriting  
Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeno Band  Barrios Unidos Train   Favoriting  
Acid Queen  Sema   Favoriting North Africa 
Orchestra Baobob  Jin Ma Jin Ma   Favoriting Dakar 
Zachary Richard  Zydeco Jump   Favoriting  

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