World Routes In Athens

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Moshe Morad is in Athens for the first of two programmes celebrating the rich mix of traditional urban music in the Greek capital. There's a session by the man many consider to be the greatest living bazouki player, Manolis Karantinis, and an authentic performance of Rembetiko or the Greek blues from a small downtown kafeneion. Plus a special World Routes gig in the port of Rafina by one of Greece's best-loved singers Glykeria.

Producer James Parkin.

First broadcast in December 2012.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the first of two programmes celebrating the rich mix of traditional urban music in the Greek capital. There's a session by the man many consider to be the greatest living bazouki player, Manolis Karantinis, and an authentic performance of Rembetiko or the Greek blues from a small downtown kafeneion. Plus a special World Routes gig in the port of Rafina by one of Greece's best-loved singers Glykeria.

Producer James Parkin.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the first of two programmes celebrating the rich mix of traditional urban music in the Greek capital. There's a session by the man many consider to be the greatest living bazouki player, Manolis Karantinis, and an authentic performance of Rembetiko or the Greek blues from a small downtown kafeneion. Plus a special World Routes gig in the port of Rafina by one of Greece's best-loved singers Glykeria.

Producer James Parkin.

First broadcast in December 2012.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the first of two programmes celebrating the rich mix of traditional urban music in the Greek capital. There's a session by the man many consider to be the greatest living bazouki player, Manolis Karantinis, and an authentic performance of Rembetiko or the Greek blues from a small downtown kafeneion. Plus a special World Routes gig in the port of Rafina by one of Greece's best-loved singers Glykeria.

Producer James Parkin.

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Moshe Morad is in Athens for the second of two programmes celebrating the Greek capital's vibrant traditional urban music scene.

This week, Greece's finest accordionist, Lazarus Koulaxizis appears in session, and there's more Greek blues or Rembetiko from the famous Meat Market of Athens. Plus, live on stage, a gig by the veteran star of Rembetiko, Mario.

Producer James Parkin.

First broadcast in December 2012.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the second of two programmes celebrating the Greek capital's vibrant traditional urban music scene.

This week, Greece's finest accordionist, Lazarus Koulaxizis appears in session, and there's more Greek blues or Rembetiko from the famous Meat Market of Athens. Plus, live on stage, a gig by the veteran star of Rembetiko, Mario. Producer James Parkin.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the second of two programmes celebrating the Greek capital's vibrant traditional urban music scene.

This week, Greece's finest accordionist, Lazarus Koulaxizis appears in session, and there's more Greek blues or Rembetiko from the famous Meat Market of Athens. Plus, live on stage, a gig by the veteran star of Rembetiko, Mario.

Producer James Parkin.

First broadcast in December 2012.

Moshe Morad is in Athens for the second of two programmes celebrating the Greek capital's vibrant traditional urban music scene.

This week, Greece's finest accordionist, Lazarus Koulaxizis appears in session, and there's more Greek blues or Rembetiko from the famous Meat Market of Athens. Plus, live on stage, a gig by the veteran star of Rembetiko, Mario. Producer James Parkin.