From Ghana to Sweden, and from Amsterdam to Addis Ababa and back. A journey into sound with Andy Moor (guitarist of The Ex, Dog Faced Hermans, Lean Left and other projects) through rhythm, improvisation, and the sheer joy of playing collectively and celebrating music.
Bengt Berger Bitter Funeral Beer Band – Bitter funeral beer
Bengt Berger Bitter Funeral Beer Band – Blekete
Bengt Berger Bitter Funeral Beer Band – Tongsi
Bengt Berger Bitter Funeral Beer Band – Funeral dance (Live at Frankfurt 1982)
Fela Kuti – Expensive shit
Ornette Coleman – Street woman
The Ex – Theme from Konono
The Specials – Nelson Mandela
Roland Kirk Quintet – Volunteer slavery (Live at Paris 1972)
Emahoy tsegué-maryam guèbrou - The homeless wanderer
Konono Nº1 – Kule kule
What happens to songs when they become living things? Jason Mraz published “I’m yours” in 2008. Since then, the song has mutated in the hands of a legion of fans and admirers. The story in this episode travels from Amsterdam to Nicaragua and Madrid, following the journey in which “I’m yours” became Ilja’s song.
Jason Mraz ft. Sungha Jung – I’m yours - https://youtu.be/MycEFlLDOkY
Koosen cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/MlK1mbeeCcE
Ukelele tutorial with chords - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/gafBk38hHkg
Ukelele tutorial - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/5l2ASKiFlF8
Bass tab tutorial - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/Qijbk8ionec
Tyler Joseph cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/ktWQKuXhZSs
Kalimba cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/yvrtmhUW3vo
Ricardo García Salas cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/8UqFbmBrOYk
Ukelele tutorial in Spanish - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/sFbR7MSAgq8
Xaphoon pocket sax cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/yY56tPgWnrk
Violin and saxophone cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/xAk-cvQDGAc
Harp cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/00WZ5AsMZ4s
Misty Flowers cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/6JXKWAH5hmc
dvjph cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/WZ0gF1ZTVdI
Cello cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/1mH_1u1iZVE
uke3453 cover - I’m yours - https://youtu.be/ErMWX--UJZ4
Hiroshi Yoshimura – Dance PM
During the lockdown, many of our cities become silent and filled with echoes from the past. The music of Burial could perfectly fit in this eerie landscape. These tunes bring Max back to his bedroom in Adelaide when he was 17 and he was just looking for answers.
Burial - Subtemple
Burial - Broken home
Vangelis - Tears in rain (Blade Runner OST)
Jet - Are you gonna be my girl
Burial - UK
Burial - Night bus
Ray J - One Wish
Burial - Archangel
Burial - Forgive
Burial - Homeless
In 1977 Iannis Xenakis was the sound of the future. Edwin guides us through one of his compositions, that still today uncovers new dimensions in sound. Is the future not what it used to be?
Isao Tomita - Arabesque #3
Mica Levi - Lonely void
Iannis Xenakis - La legende d'Eer
Kraftwerk - Intermission (Radio-Activity)
Sam Kidel - Disruptive muzak
There is music that is part of us, even though we don't know it or we resist to accept it. Trying to reflect on this contradiction, Vanessa shares a live performance of fado, traditional Portuguese music, that still speaks to her in a deep and unexpected way.
Zeca Afonso - Grandola, Vila Morena
Michael Jackson - Thriller
PJ Harvey - Rid of me
Peaches - Fuck the pain away
Claro intelecto - Peace of mind
Mariza - Gente da minha terra (Live Lisboa, original by Amalia Rodrigues)
Taylor Deupree - A dead yellow carpet
Fennesz - The Stone of Impermanence
A song that still hurts. The moment Gustav sang "Our revolution has just begun", everything changed. From techno raves in Israel to finding love and tabla lessons in Amsterdam. When you don't feel at home, can music provide a sense of belonging?
Gustav – Genua
Deepchord – Sunset
Molecule feat. Martina Topley Bird – Black Steel (Public Enemy cover)
Anindo Chatterjee - Tal Dhammar
OTHER SOURCES OF SOUNDS
Youtube - SFX slow heartbeat
"There are other worlds they have not told you of (they wish to speak to you)". This song by Sun Ra inspires this story about a never-ending quest for new worlds (and sounds) and people to share them with.
Yo La Tengo – Detouring America with Horns, Polynesia #1, The Sea Horse, Sugarcube.
Sun Ra – There are other worlds (they have not told you of).
Gilberto Gil – Andar com fé.
The Meters – Cissy Strut.
Group Doueh – Cheyla ya hiuune.
OTHER SOURCES OF SOUNDS
Freesound - jordanielmills, koenbram.
Youtube - BeautifulNZ, Yo La Tengo live at CBGB 1992 uploaded by Tim Trent, My Bloody Valentine live at London 1992 uploaded by spaced81, Yo La Tengo "sugarcube" clip uploaded by nathanidiothend, WBCBS montage uploaded by Ellis Feaster.