Saturday, February 03, 2007

Episode 5 -- Middle Eastern (really!)

42 minutes, 13 seconds (38.6 MB)
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SHOW NOTES

Behind the voice track:
0:00-Vision by Angel Tears from the album Vision (Volume 4). Obtained from IODA Promonet. (Repeated almost three times)
Links for this and the other IODA Promonet music used in this episode are at the end of the show notes.

Other podcasts you might enjoy:
ShimmyCast
Sibaq al Aghani from Monte Carlo Doualiya - the top 15 of Arabic popular music
Electronic periodic
The Chill Factory

Here's a link to Fugu.com where you can find a great Introduction to Bellydance by Aubre.

Shira.net is also a good resource for bellydance information and includes a directory of bellydance instructors.

Dance-out music for this episode:

Warm-ups & Isolations:
14:09-Sun King by Blue Tribe (feat. rhythms from Hossam Ramzy), from their album Deep Egypt.
19:22-99 Names of the King by Shams, from his album The Evolution of Creation. Obtained from the Podsafe Music Network.

Improv:
23:23-Atlas by Arabesque, from their album Belly Dance. Obtained from IODAPromonet.
28:47-A Rose Among Ruins, from The Afghan Music Project, from their self-titled album. Obtained from IODAPromonet.
33:42-Cairo by Nomad, from their album Cairo. Obtained from IODAPromonet.

Cool-down:
38:22-The Mystic Surrenders by Shams, from his album The Evolution of Creation. Obtained from the Podsafe Music Network.

IODA Promos for their music used in this ep:

Vision (Volume 4)

Download "Vision" (mp3)
from "Vision (Volume 4)"
by Angel Tears
Lovecat Music




Deep Egypt

Download "Sun King" (mp3)
from "Deep Egypt"
by Blue Tribe
Ultraviolet Productions



Belly Dance

Download "Atlas" (mp3)
from "Belly Dance"
by Arabesque
Azul Music



AMP

Download "A Rose Among Ruins" (mp3)
from "AMP"
by The Afghan Music Project
Afghan Music Project



Cairo

Download "Cairo" (mp3)
from "Cairo"
by Nomad
Azul Music

4 comments:

akamaro said...

Hey there!
I really enjoy your Podcast. I have been in the UAE 2 times and do bellydancing here in Germany. Thanks God, i have a new Ipod and can take your Podcast with me during long journeys by train.

Take care and keep it running, Maren from Bremen

Arabella said...

I'm really glad you like Raqs Radio, Maren -- thank you so much for the comment!
--Arabella

Azon said...

WOW!!Just listened for the first time!! My name is Marisa from CT! Beginner BDancer but I'm hooked!! HAHa...thank, I'll definately be listening( and dancing!)Good Work!


Marisa :)

Arabella said...

Thanks very much for listening and commenting, Marisa! Welcome, welcome!
--Arabella