03 September 2010: Afro-Funk

Afro Funk Explosion

With the Budos Band passing through the area tomorrow for Bumbershoot (see calendar), this is a perfect time for a roaring dose of Afro-funk. And Afrobeat. And related Afro-musics, new and old. Plus new releases and some Bumbershoot previews.

Hour 1
Inemo  –  Afrofunk  –  Afro Funky Beats
The Budos Band  –  Mark of the Unnamed  –  The Budos Band III
The Pleb  –  One for Senegal  –  African Groove
Ali Hassan Kuban  –  Habibi  –  Rough Guide to Ali Hassan Kuban
Brigth Engelberts And The B.E. Movement  –  Tolambo Funk  –  Booniay!! A Compilation Of West African Funk
Lungiswa  –  Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)  –  Lungiswa
Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca  –  Nganga Kisi  –  Sao Salvador
The Sweet Talks  –  Eyi Su Ngaangaa  –  Ghana Soundz: Afro-Beat, Funk & Fusion in 70’s Ghana
Gnonnas Pedro  –  I Got You (I Feel Good)  –  The Best of Gnonnas Pedro
The Daktaris  –  Give It Up Turnit Loose  –  Soul Explosion
Dele Sosimi  –  Phaze 2 (What Next?)  –  Turbulent Times

Hour 2
Manu Dibango  –  Super Kumba  –  Rough Guide to Manu Dibango
Mr Something Something & Ikwanga  –  Abankwa  –  Deep Sleep
Tony Allen  –  Woman To Man  –  Home Cooking
Peter King  –  African Dialects  –  Nigeria 70: Lagos Jump
Magic Drum Orchestra  –  Drop It (Like a Funky Muppet)  –  In The Studio
Konono No. 1  –  Wumbanzanga (excerpt)  –  Assume Crash Position
Luisa Maita  –  Mire E Veja (Look and See)  –  Lero-Lero
Joan Soriano  –  Mal Pensado  –  El Duque De La Bachata
The Heshoo Beshoo Band  –  Wait and See  –  Next Stop…Soweto Vol. 2
Natacha Atlas  –  Taalet  –  Mounqaliba
Balkan Beat Box  –  Gypsy Queens  –  Nu Med
Monoswezi  –  Tsvimborume  –  Monoswezi

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