"Ear to the Globe" playlist information - broadcast on 22/01/2018
On this week's programme:
Trad Fest is on this weekend in Dublin. Johnny Kalsi and his Dhol drummers promise a lively Friday night, while Kaia Kater provides a soulful alternative in St Werburgh's; for fans of English folk Shirley Collins is a legend, back from an enforced retirement; and This Is How We Fly are trad deconstructionists.
The late Sharon Jones can't wait any longer for justice to come.
Julie Tippetts aka Driscoll is a participant in Mark Constantine's vinyl project bringing together venerable folk musicians to perform classic songs from the '60s and '70s.
Melissa Laveaux is a Haitian singer resident in Canada.
La TchouTchouKa are French Breton with a Colombian singer and a Cumbia repertoire.
Brenda Navarrete is an Afro-Cuban singer and percussionist.
Paulo Tato Marinho presents a selection of music for Portuguese bagpipes.
The Stefanik Trombita players sing and play shepherds' horns, which can be enormous and were originally used to signal danger or ward off wild animals.
The Samurai accordionists are from Italy, the Basque country, Finland and Ireland.
Lankum are a contemporary face for Dublin folk music and song.
Chris Thile, prime mover of the Punch Brothers, has a new album of formidable articulacy.
Charles Duvelle's photographs and recordings are a valuable record of rural life in West, South and Central Africa, India and South-East Asia.
Maya Youssef, from Syria and resident in London, is a virtuoso on the qanun.
Hogh Khonav is an Armenian ethno-electronic project inspired by agricultural metaphor.
Here is the playlist for "Ear to the globe" broadcast on Monday January 8th. The programme goes out every Monday at 10pm to midnight on 103.2FM and is available live at www.dublincityfm.ie
1. The Dhol Foundation: "TDF meets DCS". From "Big Drum : Small World" (Shakti 2001).
***The Dhol Foundation play Whelans on Friday Jan 26th as part of Trad Fest***
2. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings: "Matter Of Time". From "Soul Of A Woman" (Daptone 2017).
3. Julie Tippetts: "Fresh Garbage". From the compilation "The Self Preservation Society" (ECC 2018).
4. Melissa Laveaux: "Twa Fey". From "Radyo Siwel" (No Format! 2018).
5. La TchouTchouKa: "Llanto de Noche". From "El Chuchutero" (Helloasso 2017).
6. Brenda Navarrete: "Caravana". From "Mi Mundo" (ALMA 2017).