2015-03-20 Global Tunes, Old and New

Harry Belafonte & Miriam MakebaIt was going to be a Top 10 show, but statistical anomalies combined with a recent re-organization of my music library conspired to change the theme to a mix of old and new global music. Hope you don’t mind.

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Hour 1
Turlu Tursu
“Planxty Sir Ulick Burke” from Accordion ‘n Drum ‘n Bass

Yemen Blues “Min Kalbi” from Yemen Blues

Toni Huata “Hauora (Breath of Life)” from Te Maori E

Tito Puente & Celia Cruz “Cucala” from Salsa Explosion: The New York Salsa Revolution 1970-1979

D’Gary & Jihé “Mbo Hahita Agao – One Of These Days I’ll Find It” from Horombe

Leni Stern “Jelell (Take It)” from Jelell

Abafama Bama Soul “Masisizwane” from Next Stop Soweto, Vol. 4

Khaira Arby “Djaba” from Timbuktu Tarab

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Chancha Via Circuito “Macá Tobiano” from A Guide to the Birdsong of South America

Esma Redzepova “Rakencar Phirava” from Chaje Shukarije

Sonzeira “Plum Blossom” from Gilles Peterson Presents-Sonzeira-Brasil Bam Bam Bass

Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle “Ishq Mera Bandagi Hai” from Yeh Vaada Raha Soundtrack

Hour 2
Watcha Clan
“With Or Without the Wall” from Radio Babel

Lo’Jo “Tangito” from Au Cabaret Sauvage

Tarika “Ditra” from d

Zim Ngqawana “Two to Tangle (Challenges of Life)” from Zimphonic Suite

Don’t Be a Stranger “Daan’de Cheelii” from One

Angelique Kidjo “Nanae” from Angelique Kidjo Sings

Habib Koite, Afel Bocoum, Oliver Mtukudzi “Gomni” from Acoustic Africa In Concert

Kali “Brother Bob” from Francofaune

Harry Belafonte & Miriam Makeba “My Angel” from An Evening with Belafonte & Makeba

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Marcos Valle “Partido alto” from Brazilian Beat

Choro Tomorrow “Mumbaba” from Choro Tomorrow

Seckou Keita “N’Doke (Little bro)” from 22 Strings

Rocky Dawuni “African Thriller” from Branches of the Same Tree

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