4 Jan 2020

Words Of Music EP 169 ; Jan 4 RNZ Concert & Jan 7 2020 RNZ Nat

From Worlds of Music, 2:00 pm on 4 January 2020
Rick Bryant '97-courtesy of NZ Musician

Rick Bryant '97-courtesy of NZ Musician Photo: Supplied by NZ Musician


Episode 169 features an eclectic collection of trans global, folk roots, fusion and anything else that strikes a certain chord. It features a few of the artists coming to Womad 2020 including Senegalese Kora musican Seckou Keita, Blind Boys of Alabama, Trio Da Kali and Ambi Subramaniam, the son of Dr L Subramaniam who is regarded as the the Paganini of Indian Classical music’. Also included is a track from the Windy City Strugglers performing a song written and sung by Rick Bryant who passed away in December after a long illness.  


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Music Details

John Fahey
Auld Lang Syne
Arranged by john Fahey
Christmas Guitar Vol 1

3MA (Ballake Sissoko, Driss el Maloumi, Rajery
Ballake Sissoko, Driss el Maloumi, Rajery
six Degrees

Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita
Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita
Transparent Water
OSA music

Nelia Safaie
It's the Time
Nelia Safaie
Songs from Lands of Silence

Como Mamas
Hold on to God's Unchanging Hand (feat. The Glorifiers Band)
Trad arranged by Como Mamas
‘Get an Understanding’
Daptone Records

Blind Boys of Alabama & Marc Cohen
Walking in Memphis
Marc Cohen
Work To Do

Windy City Strugglers
Snow On The Desert Road
Rick Bryant
Snow On The Desert Road
Red Rocks Records

Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet
Trio Da Kali
World Circuit

Harry Belafonte
Day-O” (“The Banana Boat Song
Irving Burgie
Sony Music

Ambi Subramaniam
Raga Gaula
Ambi Subramaniam
Indian Violin
Subramaniam Music