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Live from WOMAD

Andrew McGregor and Lopa Kothari with a programme from the 2010 WOMAD festival. With Staff Benda Bilili, Horace Andy, Hanggai, Chumbawumba and Ska Cubano, plus interviews.

Andrew McGregor, Lopa Kothari and Lucy Duran present a weekend of broadcasts from the globe's leading festival of world music, live from the festival site in Charlton Park in Wiltshire. Tonight, Congolese award-winners Staff Benda Bilili and roots reggae veteran Horace Andy on the Open Air Stage, Chinagrass ensemble Hanggai from inner Mongolia in the Siam Tent, plus English folk radicals Chumbawamba and Caribbean dance band Ska Cubano on Radio 3's own stage in the shady Arboretum. Plus interviews and truck sessions, starting off more than seven hours of live broadcasting from WOMAD.

1 hour, 45 minutes

Last on

Fri 23 Jul 2010 23:15

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  • Staff Benda Bilili

    Marguerite

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers James Birtwistle and Paul Wones.
  • Live from Radio 3 stage @ Womad

    • Ska Cubano

      Tequila

      Performers: Natty Bo (vocals); Carlos Pena (vocals); Ernesto Estruch (piano); Oreste Noda (Cuban percussion); Megumi Mesaku (sax); Jay Phelps (trumpet); Trevor Edwards (trombone); Rey Crespo (double bass); Jesus Cutino (guitar); Reuben White (drums)

      • Performed live on Radio 3 stage at WOMAD, Malmesbury, Friday 23rd July, mixed by sound engineers Marvin Ware and Andrew Smillie.
    • Ska Cubano

      Hold Tight Jamaica

      Performers: Natty Bo (vocals); Carlos Pena (vocals); Ernesto Estruch (piano); Oreste Noda (Cuban percussion); Megumi Mesaku (sax); Jay Phelps (trumpet); Trevor Edwards (trombone); Rey Crespo (double bass); Jesus Cutino (guitar); Reuben White (drums)

      • Performed live on Radio 3 stage at WOMAD, Malmesbury, Friday 23rd July, mixed by sound engineers Marvin Ware and Andrew Smillie.
    • Ska Cubano

      Piel Canela

      Performers: Natty Bo (vocals); Carlos Pena (vocals); Ernesto Estruch (piano); Oreste Noda (Cuban percussion); Megumi Mesaku (sax); Jay Phelps (trumpet); Trevor Edwards (trombone); Rey Crespo (double bass); Jesus Cutino (guitar); Reuben White (drums)

      • Performed live on Radio 3 stage at WOMAD, Malmesbury, Friday 23rd July, mixed by sound engineers Marvin Ware and Andrew Smillie.
  • Chumbawamba

    Song on the Times

    Performers: Neil Ferguson (guitar); Lou Watts (guitar); Boff Whalley (guitar); Phil Moody (accordion)

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Duncan Rhodes.
  • Chumbawamba

    Add me

    Performers: Neil Ferguson (guitar); Lou Watts (guitar); Boff Whalley (guitar); Phil Moody (accordion)

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Duncan Rhodes.
  • Chumbawamba

    Wagner

    Performers: Neil Ferguson (guitar); Lou Watts (guitar); Boff Whalley (guitar); Phil Moody (accordion)

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Duncan Rhodes.
  • Chumbawamba

    Singing out the day

    Performers: Neil Ferguson (guitar); Lou Watts (guitar); Boff Whalley (guitar); Phil Moody (accordion)

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Duncan Rhodes.
  • Chumbawamba

    Ebay

    Performers: Neil Ferguson (guitar); Lou Watts (guitar); Boff Whalley (guitar); Phil Moody (accordion)

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Duncan Rhodes.
  • Calypso Rose

    Back to Africa

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers James Birtwistle and Paul Wones.
  • Live studio session @ Womad 2010

    • Calypso Rose

      Fire in me Wire

      • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Roger Dowling and Nick Ford.
  • Horace Andy

    Children of Israel

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Paul Wones.
  • Horace Andy

    Sky Larking

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Paul Wones.
  • Live from Siam tent stage @ Womad

    • Hanggai

      Wuji

      • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Paul Wones.
    • Hanggai

      My Banjo and I

      • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Paul Wones.
    • Hanggai

      Five Heroes

      • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Martin Appleby and Paul Wones.
  • Safroman

    Afrika Mokili Mobimba

    • BBC Recording by Sound Engineers Marvin Ware and Andrew Smillie.

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