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Cemil Kocgun, 5 May, 11.15 pm (online for 7 days)

PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 11:41 pm
by Charlie
This was scheduled to be a session with Mikail Aslan, the Kurdish singer and saz player from Turkey who has been based in Germany for several years, where he leads a quartet featuring Cemil Kocgun on tembour.

Visa problems led to Mikail missing the show, but he was ably deputised by Cemil (pronounced 'Djemil Kotch-goon') and supporting musicians on bass and various hand-held frame drums.

11.15 pm Monday night till 1.00 on Tuesday morning; then online for seven days.

PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 1:08 am
by nikki akinjinmi
I am in the course of listening as I write this, when I should really be in bed. I will listen to the whole thing again to catch the bits I missed.

I just wanted to say there is something about the Son Of Dave (*Lover Not A Fighter) song that reminds of a 1940s jazz groove.

BTW, way I like the choice of Nayo by Justin & Juldeh.

Edit: * I can imagine it being re-worked/ covered by someone like Quincy Jones with Patti Austin, etc.

PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 3:38 am
by judith
Damn it! I missed it. Every once in awhile, I can't get the BBC without it cutting out. I know, there's the "listen again" feature but it's more fun (and a rare occurrence) to listen live.

PostPosted: Tue May 06, 2008 6:10 pm
by Charlie
Seq - Artist - Song Title - Album - Country - Label - Cat no

Live in Session: Cemil Koçgun (tembûr/vocals) with Michael Weil (erbane - frame drum); Dieter Schmalzried (electric bass)

1 - Ramón Cordero - Amor del bueno - Bachata Rosa - Dominican Republic - iASO - iASCD3

2 - Gabi Lunca - Dă, Mamă, Cu Biciu-n Mine! - Sounds from a Bygone Age, Vol 5 - Romania - Asphalt Tango - CD-ATR 1508

3 - Five Blind Boys of Mississippi - No Need to Cry - Something to Shout About - USA - Shout - SHOUT 34

4 - Burkina Electric - Mdolé - Rêem Tekré - Burkina Faso/USA - Ata Tak - WRS04

5 - Tunji Oyelana & The Benders - To Whom It May Concern - Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds and Nigerian Blues, 1970-76 - Nigeria - Sound Way - SNDWCD009

6 - Les Golden Boys - El Pajaro Amarillo - Ola Latina 1 - Colombia - Ola - OLA 001

7 - Cemil Koçgun - Tembur - Live in Session

8 - Cemil Koçgun - Mayman - Live in Session

9 - El Tio Carlos - Bishos - El Tio Carlos - Spain - K Industria - K 098 CD

10 - Umalali - Merua - Garifuna Women's Project - Belize - Cumbancha - CMB-CD-6

11 - Dadawa - Passing By the Earth - Seven Days - China - Jingwen - 9 787880 882247

12 - Sabahat Akkiraz & Orient Expressions - Keleden Kuleye Şahin Uçurdum (I Sent a Hawk, Fortress to Fortress) - After The Fact - Turkey - Doublemoon - DM 0034

13 - Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara - Nayo - Soul Science - UK/Gambia - Wayward - WAYWARD704

14 - Son of Dave - Lover Not a Fighter - O3 - Canada - Kartel - KCDL013

15 - Cemil Koçgun - Kilite Kou (The Key of the Mountains) - Live in Session

16 - Cemil Koçgun - Ya Xizir (After Xizir) - Live in Session

17 - Kumasi Trio - Asin Asin Part 2 - Living is Hard: West African Music in Britain, 1927-29 - Ghana/London - Honest Jon's - HJRCD33

18 - Manu Chao - Politik Kills (Original) - La Radiolina - France/Spain - Because - BEC5772125

19 - Eva Quartet - Seltza - Bulgarian Folklore Gifts - Bulgaria - Orpheus - ORP CD024

20 - Grupo Lokito - Esenge Ya Ko Bina - African Street Party - Congo/UK - World Music Network - RGNET1201CD

21 - The Valentines - Gun Fever - Theme Time Radio - Jamaica - Ace -

22 - Balkan Beat Box - Red Bula (feat Mahala Rai Banda) - Nu-Made - USA/Romania - Crammed Discs - CRAW 48

emails:

PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 11:27 am
by Charlie
email from:

1. Tom Swinburne, Mansfield College

The 1928 West African song just played before the Manu song sounds just like Dylan! Especially the vocal dynamics.

Really enjoying the show, thank you for playing music in the spirit of it.

Yours,

Tom

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2. Robin Mittenthal

Hi, World on 3 folks. Just wanted to let you know that I and all of my friends here in Madison, Wisconsin (USA) love World on 3. We've particularly enjoyed Charlie Gillett's two recent programmes -- great guests, a modest amount of fun and informative commentary, and lively, diverse music. We wish the show was on every night. Keep up the great work.

Best regards,

Robin Mittenthal