Begilufin presents SPARE PARTS, Part 2!
Your archeological hosts Ziv Lode and Dan Abbott give last year’s Begilufin shows a violent shake and extract the tunes that we didn’t get round to playing, the delicious leftovers we call SPARE PARTS.
We have a large box of nearly-lost musical treats from Japan, Brazil, India, Sweden, Turkey and all stations in between - but what ones shall we play? Tune in and witness the history of Begilufin being shamelessly revised before your very ears.
As always, this is live, spontaneous and rather silly radio - we always throw in a couple of mistakes for your entertainment.
- The Orient Express - Dance For Me
- Mustafa Özkent Ve Orkestrası - Ayaş
- Gal Costa - Pais Tropical
- Tony Allen & Thiago França - São Paulo No Shaking
- Sylvia Vrethammar - En Lärling På Våran Gård
- Kutiman - White Monkey
- She Trinity - Climb That Tree
- Billie Davis And The Leroys - Whatcha Gonna Do?
- The Out Cast - Let’s Go On The Beach
- zZz - Roses
- Bo Hansson - The Black Riders (Flight To The Fjord)
- The Daktaris - Musicawa Silt
- Dani - La Machine
- Family Of Percussion & Archie Shepp – Here Comes The Family
Begilufin is an hour long radio show broadcast live twice a month from the heart Berlin on the station Pi Radio. On Begilufin we play a wild, confusing mess of international sounds, stretching from the birth of recorded music to something we heard two days ago. We do our best to ignore the normal, accentuate the weird, and ignore borders, boundaries and time-zones. Each show revolves around a central theme and then we surprise each other (and you, dear listener) with our selections live on air.
Since you ask, ‘Begilufin’ is a Hebrew word meaning intoxicated, inebriated, drunk, sozzled or smashed - a perfect description of the delirious off-centre mix of crazed music we like to spin on the show or indeed the effect it might have on your ears.
Begilufin was created by Ziv Lode in 2010. Ziv was joined by Dan Abbott a couples of years later after a chance meeting in a kindergarten playground revealed a mutual love of the music of Erkin ‘The Turkish Hendrix’ Koray.
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