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Cal and Del

Who would you like to see at WOMAD 2016 and other suggestions

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18 hours ago, Cal and Del said:

and can we be the first to say sunshine, no mud, Bjork and lots of bubbles

And can I be the first to say +1 to Bjork on this new forum? (as well as to the other things too of course) ;)

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Sara Tavares would be highly appreciated :mellow:

Oh and if there would be a chance to see Macka B playing songs from his new album, that would be as great as a residential artist this year with sun as theme (on no account water/mud/liquid related :D)

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Japanese trio Nisennenmondai

One for the B & W stage perhaps :)

Here's a short film about the new album from Jeb Loy Nichols

...... and how about bringing back African Head Charge. Their first four albums have recently been re-released on vinyl and it's been years since they last played WOMAD :)  

OK, that's enough On U stuff for now :):)

 

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I lied. There's one more On U related release from last year that needs to be heard, so I'd love to see Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto :)

 

 

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On 2/5/2016 at 8:48 PM, beanstew said:

Jorane!

I'm gonnna keep banging on about her on every forum I'm on and twitter until you all accept her genius!

Been listening to Jorane for the last half hour. Lots to like there. Headphones not doing it justice though.

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I like to see anyone.

It seems every Festival has announced at least some of their line up other than the two that I am attending:( - WOMAD and Glasto. Something must occur before the month is out surely?

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Amelie has requested a return visit from a much underrated artist who appeared, I think 'off-programme' last year on the Sunday afternoon (our programme having long since disintegrated in the rain, we were unable to check)--CBeebies's Andy Day, the presenter of 'Andy's Dinosaur Adventures'. 

Those in the Sindigo household who can actually spell 'Tyrannosaur', rather than just find creative rhymes for it 8 months on, would like to see Shovels and Rope.

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Kandia Kouyate, her recent cd, the first since her stroke in 2004, is more than a bit good. Welcome back to my favourite female singer.

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