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January 20, 2015 Hypnotic grooves, funktacular space-jams and a little bit of throat singing. It's another episode of All Songs Considered, chock full of music to make you feel alive.
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January 19, 2009 For the past six years, New York City has been host to the brief but intense annual world music festival known as GlobalFEST. This year, All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen attended the one-night event, featuring a dozen bands on three different stages. It was a stunning mix of music: an electronica band from Marsailles, a Qawwali band from Brooklyn, an Inuit throat singer raised just near the magnetic North Pole, a bagpiper from Iran, and much more. On this edition of All Songs Considered Bob Boilen looks back at highlights from the festival.
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