Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Powerspot Playlist 29 March 06

On the show tomorrow night, should you wish to tune in....
A selection of tracks from Daniel Lanois who will soon be performing in Sydney over two nights. I will be interviewing him next week so if you have any burning questions which you would like for me to put forward please email me offline (
Daniel Lanois- S/T Sling Blade- Blue Waltz
Daniel Lanois- For The Beauty of Wynona- Lotta Love To Give / Still Learning How To Crawl
Daniel Lanois- Belladonna-Dusty
Daniel Lanois- Shine- I Love You / Sometimes
Daniel Lanois- Belladonna-Panorama / Deadly Nightshade
Daniel Lanois- Belladonna- Slow Giving
Daniel Lanois- For The Beauty of Wynona-The Devil's Bed
Daniel Lanois- Shine-Shine / San Juan
Daniel Lanois- For The Beauty of Wynona-Brother L.A
Daniel Lanois- S/T Sling Blade-Orange Kay / The Maker

I am also re-broadcasting an interview with local musician Kim Sanders who will be performing April 2 with Bobby Singh (tablas) and Sandy Evans (saxophones) at The Harp in Tempe. Details below.

Music in this section comes from Kim's CD Trance N'Dancin'
Kim Sanders & Friends at the Harp
Kim Sanders and Friends return from rapturously-received performances at WOMADelaide Festival for a long-awaited Sydney appearance at The Harp in Tempe on Sunday April 2.
The trio will be joined by award-winning saxophonist Sandy Evans.
“Sandy has been busy with a big composing project, and before that Bobby was in India, and before that I was in Indonesia with Trio Dingo,” said Kim yesterday. “It’s always difficult getting the four of us in one place at one time. So I’m looking forward to it.”
“WOMADelaide was a blast. People are ready for this kind of stuff now - they loved it!”
The band’s eclectic mix of Turkish Sufi meditations, rocking Balkan Gypsy-style dance-tunes, Persian reggae and other uncategorisable grooves make it unique in world music.
Kim Sanders: Bulgarian and Turkish bagpipes, aardvark, mey, ney, kaval, tenor sax
Sandy Evans: Soprano and tenor saxes
Steve Elphick: Bass
Bobby Singh: Tabla
7pm Sunday April 2
The Harp,
900 Prince’s Highway, Tempe.
Tickets $15/12 conc
Enquiries: 9559 6300
Interviews, photos etc:
ARIA-nominated CD You Cant Get There From Here and latest release Trance’n’Dancin are available from the email address above. Samples on Kim’s website:

Karsh Kale- Broken English
Afro Celt Sound System-CD Anatomica-Anatomica