Kaleidophone is a free-form hour of music where anything goes. A sonic space where genres can forget about their differences and play along, where drastic changes in mood are possible. This episode is a slice of old school Americana, a tribute to open roads and calm pastures, a mixtape dedicated to one of the greatest men I’ve known. Adham Zidan is a musician, recordist, mixer and producer based in Cairo.



Folk, Blues, Rock N’ Roll, Country

Merle Haggard and The Strangers — I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am

Fred McDowell — Letter from Hot Springs

Leon Russell — I Put A Spell On You

Bobby Gentry — Ode to Billy Joe

Michael Hurley, The Unholy Modal Rounders & Jeffrey Frederick — Slurf Song

Chuck Berry — Memphis, Tennessee

Bob Dylan — Love Minus Zero/No Limit

Glen Campbell — Wichita Lineman

Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile — Here and Heaven

Karen Dalton — Something on Your Mind

The Beau Brummels — Nine Pound Hammer

Robert Johnson — Me and the Devil Blues

Neil Young — Harvest Moon

The Stray Birds — Ask Me a Personal Question

Neil Sedaka — Bad Blood

Barry Darvell — My World Of Make Believe

The Byrds — Ballad of Easy Rider

Elvis Presley — Mystery Train

Townes Van Zandt — If I Needed You

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