2016-06-03 New vs. Old Global Music

This episode bounces between new global releases and old (mostly pre-1995) music. And despite a power surge that knocked out most of the air studio machinery mid-show, the music continued! Thanks for listening.

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Hour 1
Tarika
“Fomba” from Bibiango

The Baboons “Sugarcane” from Spanglish

Ali Farka Touré “Cheri” from Ali Farka Toure

Sipho Gumede “Please Don’t Dance” from Down Freedom Avenue

Afrika Mamas “Amabhenshu” from Afrika Mamas

Angelique Kidjo “Batonga” from Logozo

Calypso Rose “Human Race (feat. Manu Chao)” from Far from Home

Macka B “Badder Than Jah” from Looks Are Deceiving

Moana & The Tribe “Fire in Paradise (feat. Skarra Mucci)” from Fire in Paradise (feat. Skarra Mucci)

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Fela Kuti “No Agreement (Part 2)” from The Best of the Black President

Siama Matuzungidi “Kueya” from Rivers – From the Congo to the Mississippi

Walias Band “Ashkaru” from The Best Of Walias

Fanfara din Cozmesti “Hor de la Raducaneini” from Gypsy Brass

Hour 2
Najma
“Baabul” from Pukar (Calling You)

47Soul “Everyland” from Shamstep

Luiz Gonzaga “Do Jeito que Vocês Gostam (Arrasta-pé)” from Forrobodó Cigano

Afro-Haitian Experimental Orchestra “Chay La Lou” from Afro-Haitian Experimental Orchestra

Jimmy’s Jivers “Tie Pin Jive” from Bus Stop Jive

Sampo Lassila Narinkka “Bossa Reno” from In Strange Lands/Vierailla Mailla

Te Vaka “Papa e” from Te Vaka

Lakou Mizik “Is Fa Ti Bo” from Wa Di Yo

Mahotella Queens “Makako A Monna” from Pitša Tše Kgolo

Sun Hop Fat “Muziqawi Silt (excerpt)” from Sun Hop Fat

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Rahim Alhaj & Amjad Ali Khan “The Loving Mother” from Infinite Hope

Elemotho “Bright Sun” from Africa-Finding Graceland

Shupa Shupa “Epoque Chaleur” from Tanbou Toujou Lou: Meringue, Komba Kreyol, Vodou Jazz & Electric Folklore from Haiti 1960-1981

Lenka Lichtenberg “Arum dem fayer” from Yiddish Journey: The Music of Lenka Lichtenberg

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