Ajvar at the cinemas

Roll out the red carpet cause Ajvar’s going cinemaniac. We’ve selected our favorite movie tunes, soundtracks and film songs from all the very best movies in the world. Ok, some of them may actually suck. But the music is to die for. This journey is taking you from the kitschiest Bollywood and Lollywood 60’s to the modern street of Johannesburg, through the golden Turkish Yesilçam of the 50-70’s and crazy Balkan classics. Ending with Sahft. French Rai style.

…10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Let’s go.

[podcast]http://www.ajvar.se/program/Ajvar_20130226.mp3[/podcast]
Disco-Dancer-1982

A Fistful of Dollars - Bob Peak

Tsotsi

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  1. Ebi – Kandoo
  2. Handan Kara – Kalaklarin Cinlasin
  3. Neşe Karaböcek – Damarimda Kanim
  4. Bora Ayanoğlu – Yunus
  5. Tim Maia – No Caminho Do Bem
  6. Ennio Morricone – Starilization
  7. Ennio Morricone – A Fist Full Of Dollars
  8. Lalo Schifrin & John E Davis – Church Bells In Bogota
  9. Kalyanji Anandji – Them From Don
  10. Kalyanji Anandji – Bombay 405 Miles
  11. Mitun Choklobatti – Jimmy Adja
  12. Asha Bholse – Saiyan Re Saiyan
  13. Asha Bholse & Mahendra Kapoor – 1,2,3…baby
  14. R.D. Burman – Dil Lena Khel Hai Didar Ka
  15. Asha Bholse Kishore Kumar, R.D. Burman & Chours – AA Dekhen Jara
  16. Nele Karajlic – Pit Bull
  17. Adi Lukovac – Il’ Je Vedro Il’ Oblacno
  18. Goran Bregoic – Ederlezi
  19. Vlastimir Djuza Stolijkovic – Devojko Mala
  20. Zoran Simjanovic – Svedski Arazman
  21. Rona Hartner, Valentin Rotary, Petre Badea – Disparatra
  22. The Petersen Brothers – Fanagalo
  23. Sam Sklair – Tokoloshe
  24. Zola – Ehlala
  25. Zola – Mdlwembe
  26. Ceza – Holocaust
  27. Tafo ft. Nahid Akhtar – Karye Pyar
  28. M. Ashraf ft. Nahid Akhtar – Dilbar Dilbra
  29. Asha Bhosle – Udi Baba Baba
  30. Khaled & Cheb Mami – El Houari
  31. Malik Adouane – Shaft Theme

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And if this show aint enough to satisfy you we recomend the amazing CinemAfrica filmfestival in Stockholm March 13-17. 39 movies from no 17 African countries – artmovies, documentaries, drama, action and  cartoons. Packed with good music.

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