Following last week’s show of older world music, this week we spin some of the best new releases in recent weeks from every corner of the globe. Plus an interview with Joe Driscoll, who has been collaborating with Seckou Kouate on some fascinating West African flavored hip-hop (their latest album is Faya).
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Flavia Coelho “Amar e Amar” from Mundo Meu
Syssi Mananga “Mayi Ya Bomoyi” from Retour aux sources
Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate “Faya” from Faya
Set break — Interview with Joe Driscoll
Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate “Lady” from Faya
Helsinki-Cotonou Ensemble “Djigbo” from Fire, Sweat & Pastis
Vivalda Dula “Henda Mua Ngola” from Africa
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba “Waati” from Ba Power
Ludovico Einaudi “Taranta” from Taranta Project
Newpoli “Uè uailì” from Nun te Vuta
Set break — KAOS Community Billboard
Robert Macht “Ikan Kuning” from Vishnu
Novalima “Beto Kele” from Planeario
Smadj “Mwasha” from Spleen
Cesaria Evora “Carnaval de São Vicente” from Greatest Hits
Elida Almeida “Txiku Branku” from Ora doci Ora margos
Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar
Elvira Pinioliz “Bailar a Musika” from Cuban Funk
Tipsy Oxcart “Yalla yalla” from Upside Down
Brooklyn Gypsies “Camels of Blue” from Sin Fronteras
Monsieur Doumani “Gongs” from Sikoses