Whole World Music playlist for 02/03/2008

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The Boo Radleys (UK)Wake Up Boo!Wake Up!Creation/Columbiawww.booradleys.co.uk
Irén Lovász; Lászlo Hortobágyi (Hungary)Páva (Hey, Peacock)The Rough Guide to Hungarian MusicWorld Music Networkwww.lovasziren.hu
Jackie Edwards/King Tubby (Jamaica)A Rougher VersionKing Tubby – Essential DubMetroen.wikipedia.org
Maria Bethânia (Brazil)Quero Ficar Com VoceCancoes e MomentosMusica Latinacliquemusic.uol.com.br
Jacques Dutronc (France)Et Moi, et Moi, et MoiL' EssentielBMGwww.rfimusique.com
Milva; composed by Ennio Morricone (Italy)La CaliffaDedicato a Milva da Ennio MorriconeBMGen.wikipedia.org
Cantus Cologne; composed by Heinrich Schütz (Germany).O primavera gioventu de l'annoItalienische MadrigaleHarmonia Mundien.wikipedia.org
Joan Manuel Serrat (Spain)MediterraneoMediterraneoBMGen.wikipedia.org
Elena Kamburova (Russia)Pesenka o MotzarteIzbranoeBonus Recordsen.wikipedia.org
Gilbert Bécaud (France)Méqué, MéquéLa Ballade des BaladinsCollection Patrimoineen.wikipedia.org
Joyce & Banda Maluca (Brazil)GalopeJust a Little Bit CrazyFar Outjoyce-brasil.com
Haris Alexiou (Greece)Our Soul (America)Di EfchonMondo Melodiawww.alexiou.gr
Massimo Ranieri (Italy)Io Mammeta e TuNuh E'acquaSony Italywww.massimoranieri.it
Tricky (UK)PumpkinMaxinquayeIslanden.wikipedia.org
John McLaughlin (UK)Two for TwoExtrapolationPolydorwww.johnmclaughlin.com
Frank Sinatra; song by Antonio Carlos Jobim.DindiFrancis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos JobimRepriseen.wikipedia.org
Lino Cannavacciuolo (Italy)SegestaBuddha-Bar Presents: SegestaGeorge Vwww.linocannavacciuolo.it

On Sunday, February 3, I filled in at the last minute as host of the 9 to 10 pm slot. That's during the time when I usually do my world beat program Pulse of the Blue Planet (8 to 10), so I've used that title for posting this playlist.  Actually, the tracks listed were meant to be a future broadcast of Whole World Music ("music from around the world and across all categories . . ."), which I present once a month from 11 pm to midnight on Friday.  That's why you see the inclusion of a piece by classical composer Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)  and Tom Jobim's Dindi sung by Sinatra.  (Those guys are all world-beat types anyway.)  Thanks to those who called in, especially to the woman who said she was "stoked" by my program. - Craig Burk  
The playlist is shown here under Whole World Music to provide an overall view of Craig's programming for KBOO.


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