Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Babel Babble playlist on NTS, 19 April

Deller Consort, Gloria Laus (from Chant Gregorien, Harmonia Mundi)
Bobby McFerrin, He Ran All The Way (from Medicine Man, EMI)
Youssou N'Dour, Allah (from Egypt, Nonesuch)
Frifot, Flican och Pastorn (from Sluring, Amigo)
Leonard Cohen, Story Of Isaac (from Songs From A Room, CBS)
Kairos Quartet, Enough Is Enough(from Kairos Moment)
Emilia Martensson/Barry Green, Waltz for the Lonely Ones
Julian Arguelles, Sintra (from Home Truths, Babel)
Lothar Ohlmeier/Tom Arthurs/Roland Fidezius/Achim Kraemer, Track 1 of In The Dark (Babel, forthcoming)

Mostly Other People Do The Killing is at the Vortex on Wednesday and Thursday

Dan Messore's album has now arrived on Babel-Vortex

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Babel Babble playlist, 28 June

Sorry, a bit the wrong in the wrong order!

Bullfinch (from Bird Mimicry, British Library)
Benjamin Moussay, On Air (from On Air, Laborie)
Greg Lamy, Dance for Victor (fromJazz Guitar Duo, LG036)
Trio Grande and Matthew Bourne, L'Acrobate (from Un matin plein de promesses, W.E.R.F.)
Electric Barbarian, Shuffle, So Five (from Minirock from the Sun, EB0406)
Youn Sun Nah, Jockey Full Of Bourbon (from Voyage, ACT)
Huw Warren/Peter Herbert, Interlude/Whistling Rufus (from Everything We Love and More, Babel)

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Babel Babble playlist, 5 July 2011

Anouar Brahem, Pique-Nique à Nagpur (from Le Pas du Chat Noir, ECM)
Michel Reis, Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll (from Fairytale, WPR)
Bob Dylan, I Want You (from Blonde on Blonde, CBS)
Billy Jenkins, Invocation III and Everybody's Talking (from True Love Collection, Babel)
Henry Lowther's Still Waters, I'll Be Glad (from I.D., Village Life)
Steve Argüelles, The Peacocks (from Circuit, Babel)
Steve Lacy, The Rent (from Anthem, RCA Novus)
Outhouse, Foreign Meat (from Outhouse, Babel)
Oum Kalthoum, Gadet Hobat Leih (from Oum Kalthoum, Dejavu Retro)

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Corner of an Eye by Christine Tobin. Nice video made in Margate showing the day to day life there.

And a bit of Oum Kalthoum with orchestra.