Long Way Down - Episode 3
The riders continue east and south through the continent. Crossing through sandstorms in Libya to the music of Abdelli and the Boxer Rebellion and south to the great pyramids of Geza to the Afro Celt Sound System. A quick flight into Kenya has a soundtrack of Ayub Ogada and Geoffrey Oryema then back on the bikes and taking the ferry from Aswan to the Musicians of the Nile. As the journey takes on a more positive note you can hear Big Blue Ball's 'Whole Thing' and the extraordinary scene of brick makers at sunrise is accompanied by the Afro Celt song 'Onnwards'. Astonishing scenery in Ethiopia and the uplifting BT and Sasha and finally the closing credits bring Geoffrey Oryema's 'Ye Ye Ye'.
Double CD released December 3rd. Thirty tracks follow the intrepid bikers on their journey south from John O'Groats to South Africa.
Find out more about the artists whose music was specially chosen to feature on the Long Way Down television series, DVD and CD. Read the background to the musicians and buy digital downloads of tracks heard on the series.
Catch up with what is happening to Ewan and Charley episode by episode and trace the music you can hear as the journey unfolds week by week.