2020-09-04 STG’s Early Influences (Show #1136)

Spin The Globe first aired in September 1998 — This week we revisit the world music landscape from way back then, and highlight a few particularly influential artists and albums.

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Hour 1
Paul Simon – Diamonds On the Soles of Her Shoes – Graceland
Sheila Chandra – Mukta Gaana – The Struggle
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Mustt Mustt (Lost in His Work) – Mustt Mustt
Angélique Kidjo – Batonga – Logozo
Rossy – Madagasikara – Island Of Ghosts
Zap Mama – Mizike – Zap Mama
D’Gary – Betepotepo – Malagasy Guitar: Music From Madagascar
Celeste Mendoza y Los Papines – Papá Ogún – Cuba Classics 2: Dancing With the Enemy
Ali Farka Touré – Diaraby (with Ry Cooder) – Talking Timbuktu (with Ry Cooder)
Baka Beyond – Lupé – The Meeting Pool

Hour 2
Hukwe Zawose – Nghanga Msakuzi – Chibite
Kongar-ol Ondar – Charazhym (My Beauty) – Echoes of Tuva
Andy Palacio – Nabi – Keimoun (Beat On)
Mynta – Rapatal – First Summer
Radio Tarifa – Nina – Rumba Argelina
Te Vaka – Tautai e – Te Vaka
Vera Bila – Chaje, Chaje – Queen of Romany
Mulatu Astatke – Yèkatit (February) – Éthiopiques, Vol. 4: Ethio Jazz & Musique Instrumentale (1969-1974)
Moana and The Moa Hunters – Treaty – Rua
Kalman Balogh & The Gypsy Combalom Band – Gypsy Colours – Gypsy Jazz
Dissidenten – Lobster Song – New World Party
1 Giant Leap – Ta Moko – 1 Giant Leap
Children Of The Revolution – Alythia (The Truth) – Children of the Revolution
Cheikh Lo, Les Nubians, Manu Dibango – Shankara/Lady Part 2 – Red Hot + Riot

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