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Music of the World Cup: The Finalists

Friday, July 09, 2010

One has experimental jazz, an acclaimed symphony orchestra, and plenty of "Nederpop." The other has flamenco, zarzuela, a strong opera tradition and a cornucopia of pop and rock styes. As The Netherlands and Spain battle it out in the World Cup final on Sunday, we offer the final installment of our series on Music of the World Cup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joining us is music journalist and former BBC radio personality Gary Burton.

Today's Playlist:

1. Air Miami - "World Cup Fever"

2. Jose Carreras- "Granada"

3. FOCUS- "Hocus Pocus"

4. Enrique Morente- "En Tiempos"

5. Andre Hazes- "Bloed Zweet En Tranen" ("Blood, Swea and Tears")

6. Salome- "Vivo Cantando"

7. Teach-In- "Ding-a-Dong"

8. Julio Iglesias- "Lo Mejor de Tu Vida"

9. Vengaboys- "We Like to Party"

Guests:

Gary Burton

Comments [2]

Liz from NJ

You should do your homework before talking about psychic mollusks.

Jul. 09 2010 03:00 PM
Frank Grimaldi from East Village

If I close my eyes, I can see any drag queen (maybe...Lady Bunny) singing
Ding ding a dong.

Is today kitch Friday?

Jul. 09 2010 02:24 PM

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