2018-03-09 Women of World Music

Brenda NavarreteGlobal music by women this week, and many of the songs are about women as well. All in celebration of UN International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month here in the USA.

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Hour 1
Valerie Ekoumé “O Bia E!” from Kwin Na Kinguè

Yellow Sisters “Beautiful” from Tubab Woman

Ulla Pirttijärvi “Máttaráhku Askái (In Our Foremothers’ Arms)” from Mattarahku Askai

Susheela Raman “Mamavatu” from Salt Rain

Rim Banna “The Grandma With a Limp” from The Mirrors of My Soul

Miriam Makeba “Thanayi (Story Song About A Girl Named Thanayi)” from The Art of a Legend

Chiwoniso “Rebel Woman” from Rebel Woman

Dark City Sisters “Nkabinde” from Dark City Sisters and Flying Jazz Queens (The Finest South African Marabi Jive Ever!!)

Nuriya “Tanita” from Tanita

Leti Garza “La Empaliza” from El Unico Para Mi

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Natalia Mann “Sunshine Sister” from Pasif.Ist

Brenda Navarrete “Rumbero Como Yo” from Mi Mundo

Sarah Aroeste “Baylamos” from Together / Endjuntos

Oumou Sangare “Moussoulou” from Moussoulou

Zap Mama “Mamadit” from Sabsylma

Hour 2
Susana Baca
“Las Muchachas (girls)” from Gifted: Women Of The World

Lucibela “Sodadi Casa” from Laço Umbilical

La Misa Negra “Me Voy Pa’ Porce” from La Misa Negra

Autorickshaw “save me” from Meter

The Rhythm Express “Women of the World” from Women of the World

Moana & The Moahunters “Moko” from Rua

Razia “Omama” from Zebu Nation

Princess Erika “Sister” from Tant Qu’il Y Aura

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Korai Öröm “2001/5 (excerpt)” from Sound & Vision 2001

Eva Salina & Peter Stan “Namarma Dileja” from Sudbina

S’Modern Girls “Utshwala” from Unina Kavusi

Angelique Kidjo “The Sound of the Drums” from Fifa


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