Global Locations

(aired 2/5/10)

Geography Part 3: International

Today is the third episode of my geography theme. We began with States on August 21, 2009, followed by Domestic Cities on September 4, 2009. This final installment will focus on international locations, highlighting cities, regions and countries on all 7 continents. I included many of the songs that you listeners suggested in our original brainstorm from last year. The show was extended an extra 45 minutes to squeeze in plenty of songs worth hearing. Let’s boogie around the globe together!

  1. Theme From Antarctica (clip) – Vangelis [suggested by Nick Viani]
  2. Walk In Jerusalem – Mahalia Jackson [suggested by Faith Walker Brees]
  3. Mexico – Cake [suggested by Nick Viani]
  4. Montreal Waltz – Devon
  5. Banga – Ry Cooder & Ali Farka Toure
  6. Kookaburra (short clip) – Baby Genius
  7. Land Down Under – Men At Work
  8. Stockholm – Lykke Li
  9. April In Paris – Judy Garland & Bing Crosby [suggested by Russ Otte]
  10. Instanbul Not Constantinople – They Might Be Giants [suggested by Sarah Kowalski]
  11. London Skies – Jamie Cullum [suggested by Krista Kuhlman]
  12. London Calling – The Clash [suggested by Sarah Kowalski, Stuart Finkel]
  13. Guns of Brixton – Nouvelle Vague
  14. Solsbury Hill – Peter Gabriel [suggested by Krista Kuhlman]
  15. The Girl/Boy from Ipanema mix – Various Artists (Astrud & Joao Gilberto/Stan Getz; Crystal Waters; Sitti; Lou Rawls; Diana Krall [suggested by Stuart Finkel, Clay Bustin, Thomas Milsom]
  16. Oslo in the Summertime – Of Montreal
  17. I Love Paris – Les Negresses Vertes
  18. Tokyo Eye – Sonic Youth [suggested by Sarah Kowalski]
  19. Closer To Me – Dar Williams [suggested by Derek Keevil]
  20. Katmandu – Cat Stevens [suggested by Thomas Milsom]
  21. China Girl – David Bowie [suggested by Molly Ballew]
  22. Prenzlauerberg – Beirut
  23. New Madrid – Uncle Tupelo
  24. Amazon – M.I.A.
  25. How Far is it from Here To Nuremberg? – David Rovics
  26. Mesopotamia – The B-52’s
  27. Babylon – David Gray
  28. Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa – Vampire Weekend

Originally aired on KSKQ on February 5, 2010. Select the play button below to listen to the recorded show. (If the link isn’t visible, click on the show title at the top to refresh the page.)

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