Some flamenco to kick off with. This sounds older than the other flamenco I've been recommended, and I'm not so convinced by the man's voice. Perhaps flamenco really isn't my thing.
2. Kíla - "Bully's Acre"
Some Irish folk now, and of an up-tempo instrumental persuasion. Not the most engaging of things, though, because the pan pipes doing the melody are quite boring. I prefer other instruments to take the lead. Still, it's all well-played and suchlike.
3. Tamer Hosny - "Bekelma Netsaleh"
Some good Egyptian pop, although I thought he was Amr Diab.
4. Sanctuary - "The Mirror Black"
Nevermore before they became Nevermore. Nothing special here, consequently.
5. Abdel Halim Hafez - "Ahwak"
A live version of a track by one of the legends of Arabic-language music. The audience loves this, which is a good sign. It's a pleasant listen even today, too.