2018-04-20 Cuban Music Outside of Cuba

Barrio Latino HungríaCuban music is great; so great, that it has spread far beyond the boundaries of the small island nation. Hear Cuban flavors from around the world this week — including artists from Hungary (Barrio Latino Hungría, pictured), Senegal, India, Morocco, Germany, Scotland, Congo, Japan, and Cameroon. Plus new releases, concert previews, and more in hour 2.

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Hour 1
Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca “Africa, Havana, Paris” from Tata Masamba

Salsa Celtica “El Agua de la Vida” from El Agua de la Vida

Patato feat. Samba Mapangala “Kora-son” from Rough Guide to Afro-Cuba

Angelique Kidjo “Congo Habanera” from Congo Habanera

Kotolán “Techno Salsa” from La Tienda de Groove

Orchestra Baobab “Guajira Ven” from Guajira Ven Single

Rebel Tumbao “Rebel Music (Bonus Track)” from Rebel Tumbao

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Congo Sanchez “T.E.T.O. (strut)” from Congo Sanchez, Volume 1

Barrio Latino Hungría “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic” from Está Como Va

Shaan “Mana Janab Ne Pukara Nahin” from Salsa Around the World

King N´gom et Les Perles Noires “Viva Marvillas” from Senegal 70 (Analog Africa No. 19)

Rhany “Chan Chan” from The Rough Guide to Latin-Arabia

Hour 2
Mi Solar
“Baila salsa” from Tiempo libre

AfroCubism “Mali Cuba” from AfroCubism

Richard Bona “Muntula Moto” from Heritage

¡Cubanismo! “Mambo UK” from Reencarnacion

Teacher Jekyll “Y’a du soleil a vendre” from Ondas

Kiran Ahluwalia “Khafa (Up in Arms)” from 7 Billion

Molly Tigre “Yekermo Sew” from Molly Tigre

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Waaju “Ali’s Mali” from Ali’s Mali

Oumar Konate “Hayadihayo (Live)” from Live in Bamako

Fatoumata Diawara “Dibi Bo” from Fenfo (Something to Say)

Valerie Ekoumé “Lobiko” from Kwin Na Kinguè


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