This week we'll try unlikely pairings. Nowhere are they more readily accepted than in music. When Joe Venuti's violin first played Jazz, or Kraftwerk hit the top of the charts with computer music, listeners nodded and said "Yeah".
When Kate Bush brought the mystery of Eastern European harmonies to the west or the Beatles covered Little Richard new rock n' roll music, the world got a bit smaller, less separate and more inclusive.
Today we listen to songs by people from across the globe we would, likely, not have had a chance to hear in a lifetime. We last heard from Bulgarian Electronic Music producer Antony Raijekov back on Episode 62. We'll begin with a track from his 'Views' release. This is 'Lightin'
Download more at music.download.com Gabriele Mendi, Fabio Macor, Elena Pongolini record as Dil_do. This is 'Febbre'
Listen to more at www.laverna.net Budapest's g (hu) cross-pollinates with 'IndoHungarian'
All things dreadful can be found at dubroom.org Here is Finnish duo Moosefrog from their Come EP and 'Coffee with Cream'
Download tons of free songs at moosefrog.net Me_me comes from Brighton in then U.K. with 'Cassiopee' Find more from Meme at www.archive.org/details/commie049 This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. You can subscribe and hear more episodes of Idyllic Music at Listen Notes.
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.