African Music (#1191)

A variety of African styles, including tunes by birthday boys Oliver Mtukudzi and King Sunny Ade, both born on Sept. 22.

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Hour 1
Les Amazones De Guinée – Zawi – Wamato
Balimaya Project – Balimaya – Wolo So
Ndenga Andre Destin & Les Golden Boys – Ngamba – Cameroon Garage Funk 1964-1979
Charles Lembe et Son Orchestre – Quiero Wapatcha – Cameroon Garage Funk 1964-1979
Oliver Mtukudzi – Matitsvata – Sarawoga
Fatoumata Diawara – Bakonoba – Kanou – EP
Kady Diarra – Nata – Burkina Hakili
Maher Cissoko – Kano – Cissoko Heritage
King Sunny Ade – Ma Jaiye Oni – Juju Music
I.K. Dairo & the Blue Spots – Ta Lo Ba Mi Ri (Who Helps Me To See?) – Definitive Dairo
Freshlyground – I Am the Man – Nomvula
Extra Golden – Osama Rach – Ok-Oyot-System

Hour 2
Dawda Jobarteh – All One – Transitional Times
Tamikrest – Tahoult – Adagh
Rachel Magoola – Maama Mutesi – Resilience: Songs of Uganda
Sam Mangwana – Tika Nasakola – Maria Tebbo
Ray Lema/Tyour Gnaoua – Manandabo – Safi
Guy Buttery, Mohd. Amjad Khan & Mudassir Khan – Bakithi – One Morning in Gurgaon
Orchéstre Baka de Gbiné – Les peuples de la forêt – Gati Bongo
BlackFace Family – Social Distance – Nthena
Cheikh Lô – Kelle Magni – Lamp Fall
Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate – Faya – Faya
Ballaké Sissoko – Akilimaya – A Touma
Baba Sissoko – Dala Manka (feat. Jean-Philippe Rykiel, Lansiné Kouyaté & Madou Sidiki Diabate) – Griot Jazz (feat. Jean-Philippe Rykiel, Lansiné Kouyaté & Madou Sidiki Diabate)

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