THE ESSENCE SHOW - Play List March 22, 2009 # 44 ( re-run)

THE ESSENCE SHOW
Host Kara Johnstad
March 22, 2009 # 44 ( re-run)
Airing SUNDAY 5 hours weekly

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Kara Johnstad - Hurried Nights

Michel Legrand - Quand Ca Balance

Lovers and Tears - Your Stars

Dechen Shak-Dagsay - Das Wunschgebet

Oxt - Goaskinvielja

Joanna St. Claire - Tibet

Souad Massi - Bel El Madhi

Herbie Hancock feat. Norah Jones - Court and Spark

Oxt - Gargancia

Harmonics of Frequency Modulation - Great Orgasmic Cry Shook

Alex Domschot - Sad Princess

Kara Johnstad - Beloved

Michel Legrand - Comme Elle Est Lonue a Mourir Ma Jeunesse

Till Broenner - It Never Entered My Mind

Hadi - Ach, Mama

Emma Junaro - Mamanci

Susheela Raman - Mamavatu

Stephan Braun - En Passant

Craig Urquhart - Pas De Deux

Adiemus - Amate Adea

Michael Flatley - The Lord of the Dance

Abhishek Basu - Manhatten Move

Abdel Salameh - Parfum d'Orient

Prem Joshua - Shiva Moon

Tina Malia & Shimshai - Shine

Holly Long - Bones

Burkhard Wolters - Moontown

Branko Isakovic - You Were never Alone

Patricia Kaas - Les Moulins De Mon Coeur

Gotan Project - Una Musica Brutal

Della Reese - Come On-A-My-House




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