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13/03/2010

Lucy Duran is joined by Max Reinhardt and Sue Steward to discuss the recent Grammy award winning albums by Bela Fleck and Mamadou Diabate, as well as other world music new releases. Keepers of the flame of Cuban son, prize winning 9-piece Sierra Maestra, perform in the studio especially for World Routes, ahead of their UK tour.

WORLD ROUTES

Presented by Lucy Duran
Produced by Peter Meanwell

Tel. 020 7765 4661
Fax. 020 7765 5052
e-mail world.routes@bbc.co.uk

Saturday 13th March, 3:00pm

Sierra Meastra
Yelfris Valdes Espinosa (trumpet)
Carlos Puisseaux (güiro)
Eduardo ‘Ñiquito’ Rico Menendez (bongos/congas/cowbell)
Alejandro Suarez (claves/band director)
Eduardo Himely (bass)
Luis Barzaga (vocals)
Jesús Bello (vocals/acoustic guitar)
Alberto Valdes (vocals/maracas)
Emilio Ramos (vocals/tres)

Erden Hernandez: Pal’ Monte
Sierra Maestra
BBC Recording by sound engineers Martin Appleby & Paul Wones, Broadcasting House, March 2010

CD Round up with Sue Steward and Max Reinhardt

Choice 1 (Grammy award winner for Best Solo Album)
Diabate: Bi Allah La ke
Mamadou diabate
Album: Douga Mansa
World Village 468082

Choice 2 (Sue)
Muller/Makaroff: Payador
Christoph Muller; Eduardo Makaroff
Album: El Gaucho (OST)
Manana Records MM425011

Choice 3 (Max)
Benjamin Otaru: Omohupa
The Otarus
Album: Nigeria Special: Volume 2 -Modern highlife, Afro Sound & Nigerian Blues 1970-6
Soundway SNDWCD020

Choice 4 (Grammy award winner for Best Contemporary World Music Album)
Fleck: Pakugyenda Balebauo
Bela Fleck; Ft. Warema Masiaga Cha Cha
Album: Throw down your Heart: tales from the Acoustic Planet Vol. 3
Rounder Records 011661063426

Erden Hernandez: Bendito Hechizo
Sierra Maestra
BBC Recording by sound engineers Martin Appleby & Paul Wones, Broadcasting House, March 2010

Rafael Ortiz: Dulce Habanera
Sierra Maestra
BBC Recording by sound engineers Martin Appleby & Paul Wones, Broadcasting House, March 2010

Jesus Bello: Juan Andres
Sierra Maestra
BBC Recording by sound engineers Martin Appleby & Paul Wones, Broadcasting House, March 2010

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Sat 13 Mar 2010 15:00