Music Voyager

Music Voyager

Road to a Grammy: From DC to Canjun Country
NITV  |  March 6, 2018

Music Voyager host Jacob Edgar continues his Road to a Grammy journey by meeting up with Grammy-winner India Arie in Washington DC. Dobet Gnahore (a stunning singer from west Africa who shares a Grammy nomination with India Arie for their duet on the song, Pearls) is invited to join India Arie and Israeli superstar Idan Raichel for a very special global musical jam session. Then, Jacob travels to Lafayette, Louisiana, the heart of Cajun country, to meet up with Cedric Watson, a young accordionist and violin player who has been making big waves in the Creole music world. The good times roll on the bayou, with a crawfish cookout, intimate porch-side concerts and a raucous Zydeco dance party at the famed Blue Moon night club.

Music Voyager host Jacob Edgar continues his Road to a Grammy journey by meeting up with Grammy-winner India Arie in Washington DC. Dobet Gnahore (a stunning singer from west Africa who shares a Grammy nomination with India Arie for their duet on the song, Pearls) is invited to join India Arie and Israeli superstar Idan Raichel for a very special global musical jam session. Then, Jacob travels to Lafayette, Louisiana, the heart of Cajun country, to meet up with Cedric Watson, a young accordionist and violin player who has been making big waves in the Creole music world. The good times roll on the bayou, with a crawfish cookout, intimate porch-side concerts and a raucous Zydeco dance party at the famed Blue Moon night club.

The friends travel across the Atlas mountains to Marrakesh, one of the most exotic cities in the world. This is where artists and poets, painters and creatives sought their inspiration. Hassan Hakmoun was born and raised here, this is the city that taught him Gnawa music at age five and he played to feed his family. Hassan takes the friends to the house where he grew up, the bakery that he worked in and the instrument maker that makes his sintir from scratch. The Medina of Marrakesh is always bustling with the unexpected, from exotic foods, clothes, entertainment and colours to the amazing blend of modern and eclectic. From Marrakesh the friends head to Essaouira, the old city of Mogador by the sea. The blend of Arabic, Hebrew and French sounds can be heard floating through this seaside resort. The home of the International Ganawa Festival. Hassan invites the original Ganawa group to perform on the old fort overlooking the ocean. From Essaouira the friends head to the southern deserts of the Morrocan Sahara, the home of the Sah Roui people. They invite popular artist Fnair to join them. The friends travel to Agadir, a major city in central coastal Morocco. Beyond the tourist grid, this port city is the home of the Timitar Festival, a festival of Amazigh. We seek out the music styles of Haha and Arouassa. Then venturing further into the western Sahara as guests of Hassan Hakmoun, Fnair and Nass el Ghiwan, we travel by road to Ad Dakla. Through our artist ambassadors we seek to understand Gadra music, its origins, how it is being preserved and the modern interpretations of this style of music.

Music Voyager: Morocco: The Spirit - The South

Music, Intercultural understanding

Years 7-8, 9-10 Music, Intercultural understanding
24:59
The friends travel across the Atlas mountains to Marrakesh, one of the most exotic cities in the world. This is where artists and poets, painters and creatives sought their inspiration. Hassan Hakmoun was born and raised here, this is the city that taught him Gnawa music at age five and he played to feed his family. Hassan takes the friends to the house where he grew up, the bakery that he worked in and the instrument maker that makes his sintir from scratch. The Medina of Marrakesh is always bustling with the unexpected, from exotic foods, clothes, entertainment and colours to the amazing blend of modern and eclectic. From Marrakesh the friends head to Essaouira, the old city of Mogador by the sea. The blend of Arabic, Hebrew and French sounds can be heard floating through this seaside resort. The home of the International Ganawa Festival. Hassan invites the original Ganawa group to perform on the old fort overlooking the ocean. From Essaouira the friends head to the southern deserts of the Morrocan Sahara, the home of the Sah Roui people. They invite popular artist Fnair to join them. The friends travel to Agadir, a major city in central coastal Morocco. Beyond the tourist grid, this port city is the home of the Timitar Festival, a festival of Amazigh. We seek out the music styles of Haha and Arouassa. Then venturing further into the western Sahara as guests of Hassan Hakmoun, Fnair and Nass el Ghiwan, we travel by road to Ad Dakla. Through our artist ambassadors we seek to understand Gadra music, its origins, how it is being preserved and the modern interpretations of this style of music.
Rage takes you back to the '90s as we count down Double J's Best 50 Australian Albums of the '90s. From Silverchair to Spiderbait, INXS, the Whitlams, Crowded House and Kylie Minogue it was a great decade for Australian music.

Playlist
Frente, Ordinary Angels
Frente, Accidently Kelly Street
Skunkhour, Up to Our Necks in It
Vika and Linda, Hard Love
Hunters and Collectors, True Tears of Joy
Hunters and Collectors, We the People
The Mark of Cain, Interloper
The Mark of Cain, LMA
INXS, Suicide Blonde
INXS, Bitter Tears
Deborah Conway, Alive and Brilliant
Tumbleweed, (Sundial) Mary Jane
Tumbleweed, Acid Rain
Ruby Hunter, Let My Children Be
Dave Graney 'n' the Coral Snakes, You're Just Too Hip Baby
Single Gun Theory, From a Million Miles
Single Gun Theory, I Am What I See
Tiddas, Malcolm Smith (live)
Crowded House, Locked Out
Crowded House, Distant Sun
Beasts of Bourbon, Chase the Dragon
Beasts of Bourbon, The Low Road
The Falling Joys, Jennifer
The Falling Joys, Lock It
Christine Anu, My Island Home
Christine Anu, Come On
TISM, (He'll Never Be An) Ol' Man River
TISM, Greg, the Stop Sign!!
Custard, Anatomically Correct
Custard, Nice Bird
The Superjesus, Down Again
The Superjesus, I'm Stained
Alex Lloyd, Black The Sun
Archie Roach, City Streets
Archie Roach, Took The Children Away
Frenzal Rhomb, Never Had So Much Fun
Frenzal Rhomb, We're Going Out Tonight
Baby Animals, One Word
Baby Animals, Break My Heart (live)
Ed Kuepper, The Way I Made You Feel
Pnau, Discone
Pnau, Journey Agent
Silverchair, Shade
Silverchair, Israel's Son
Paul Kelly and the Messengers Don't Start Me Talking
Paul Kelly and the Messengers, Keep It To Yourself
Underground Lovers, Losin' It
Underground Lovers, Las Vegas
Died Pretty, Sweetheart
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Into My Arms
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, (Are You) The One That I've Been Waiting For?
Kylie Minogue, Did It Again
Kylie Minogue, Some Kind of Bliss
Yothu Yindi, Tribal Voice
Yothu Yindi, Treaty
Something for Kate, Whatever You Want
Something for Kate, Hallways
The Whitlams, No Aphrodisiac
Kasey Chambers, Runaway Train
The Dirty Three, The Restless Waves
The Dirty Three, Backwards Voyager
You Am I, Tuesday
You Am I, Good Mornin'
The Cruel Sea, Seems Twice
The Cruel Sea, Black Stick
Jebediah, Teflon
Jebediah, Jerks of Attention
Midnight Oil, Blue Sky Mine
Midnight Oil, King of the Mountain
The Clouds, Hieronymus
The Clouds, Soul Eater
Spiderbait, Hot Water and Milk
Spiderbait, Calypso
Grinspoon, Just Ace
Grinspoon, Repeat
Silverchair, Ana's Song (Open Fire)
Silverchair, Anthem for the Year 2000
Crowded House, Chocolate Cake
Crowded House, Fall at Your Feet
You Am I, Purple Sneakers
You Am I, Cathy's Clown
Regurgitator, Polyester Girl
Regurgitator, Black Bugs
The Living End, Prisoner of Society
The Living End, All Torn Down
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Loverman
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Red Right Hand
Powderfinger, Already Gone
Powderfinger, Passenger

Rage: Top 50 Australian Albums of the 1990s [Saturday night playlist]

Music, Media arts

Years 9-10, 11-12 Music, Media arts
5:35:59
Rage takes you back to the '90s as we count down Double J's Best 50 Australian Albums of the '90s. From Silverchair to Spiderbait, INXS, the Whitlams, Crowded House and Kylie Minogue it was a great decade for Australian music. Playlist Frente, Ordinary Angels Frente, Accidently Kelly Street Skunkhour, Up to Our Necks in It Vika and Linda, Hard Love Hunters and Collectors, True Tears of Joy Hunters and Collectors, We the People The Mark of Cain, Interloper The Mark of Cain, LMA INXS, Suicide Blonde INXS, Bitter Tears Deborah Conway, Alive and Brilliant Tumbleweed, (Sundial) Mary Jane Tumbleweed, Acid Rain Ruby Hunter, Let My Children Be Dave Graney 'n' the Coral Snakes, You're Just Too Hip Baby Single Gun Theory, From a Million Miles Single Gun Theory, I Am What I See Tiddas, Malcolm Smith (live) Crowded House, Locked Out Crowded House, Distant Sun Beasts of Bourbon, Chase the Dragon Beasts of Bourbon, The Low Road The Falling Joys, Jennifer The Falling Joys, Lock It Christine Anu, My Island Home Christine Anu, Come On TISM, (He'll Never Be An) Ol' Man River TISM, Greg, the Stop Sign!! Custard, Anatomically Correct Custard, Nice Bird The Superjesus, Down Again The Superjesus, I'm Stained Alex Lloyd, Black The Sun Archie Roach, City Streets Archie Roach, Took The Children Away Frenzal Rhomb, Never Had So Much Fun Frenzal Rhomb, We're Going Out Tonight Baby Animals, One Word Baby Animals, Break My Heart (live) Ed Kuepper, The Way I Made You Feel Pnau, Discone Pnau, Journey Agent Silverchair, Shade Silverchair, Israel's Son Paul Kelly and the Messengers Don't Start Me Talking Paul Kelly and the Messengers, Keep It To Yourself Underground Lovers, Losin' It Underground Lovers, Las Vegas Died Pretty, Sweetheart Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Into My Arms Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, (Are You) The One That I've Been Waiting For? Kylie Minogue, Did It Again Kylie Minogue, Some Kind of Bliss Yothu Yindi, Tribal Voice Yothu Yindi, Treaty Something for Kate, Whatever You Want Something for Kate, Hallways The Whitlams, No Aphrodisiac Kasey Chambers, Runaway Train The Dirty Three, The Restless Waves The Dirty Three, Backwards Voyager You Am I, Tuesday You Am I, Good Mornin' The Cruel Sea, Seems Twice The Cruel Sea, Black Stick Jebediah, Teflon Jebediah, Jerks of Attention Midnight Oil, Blue Sky Mine Midnight Oil, King of the Mountain The Clouds, Hieronymus The Clouds, Soul Eater Spiderbait, Hot Water and Milk Spiderbait, Calypso Grinspoon, Just Ace Grinspoon, Repeat Silverchair, Ana's Song (Open Fire) Silverchair, Anthem for the Year 2000 Crowded House, Chocolate Cake Crowded House, Fall at Your Feet You Am I, Purple Sneakers You Am I, Cathy's Clown Regurgitator, Polyester Girl Regurgitator, Black Bugs The Living End, Prisoner of Society The Living End, All Torn Down Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Loverman Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Red Right Hand Powderfinger, Already Gone Powderfinger, Passenger
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