2017-05-19 Top 10 World Music Albums, May 2017 edition

Oumou Sangare - MagoyaHear a track from each of the best 10 new global releases, plus other new releases and a few old faves.

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Hour 1
Mabiisi
“Pagba” from Mabiisi Remixes

Mokoomba “Kulindiswe” from Luyando

Dona Onete “No Meio do Pitiú” from Banzeiro

Tibble Transsibiriska “Ushti ushti Yanina (feat. Süperstar Orkestar, Emilia Huczko, Sergio Markowski & Anna Markowski)” from Duj

Black Flower “Abeba Zeybekiko” from Artifacts

Martha Mavroidi “Romanian Melody” from Thread and Needle

Franco and T.P.O.K. Jazz Orchestra “Kasai” from Zaire74 – Rumble In The Jungle

Ani Cordero “Corrupcion” from Querido Mundo

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Duo Sabîl “Nothern Breeze” from Zabad, L’écume Des Nuits . Zabad, Twilight Tide

Aurelio “Sielpa” from Darandi

Oumou Sangare “Minata waraba” from Mogoya

Hour 2
Jaune Toujours
“All Eyes” from 20Sth

Kala Jula “Les bouffons (feat. Samba Diabaté, Vincent Zanetti, Hélène Labarrière & Jacky Molard)” from Mande Kulu (feat. Samba Diabaté, Vincent Zanetti, Hélène Labarrière & Jacky Molard)

Cermaque “Havlovi děti” from Neboj!

Dimitris Mystakidis “Paraponiaris” from Amerika

Mahube “Elisa” from Qhubeka!

Jacques Burtin & Barbara Marcinkowska “III Sarabande (arr. for kora)” from Meditation-Kora & Cello

Ethioda “Ambassel Groove (feat. Muyiwa Kunudji)” from Tezet Reset

TAKEIFA “Ndanane (feat. Baaba Maal)” from Gass Giss

Bei Bei & Shawn Lee “Year of the Funky” from Year of the Funky – Single

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Big Mean Sound Machine “Triple Bacon” from Runnin’ for the Ghost

Tony Allen “Night in Tunisia” from A Tribute To Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers – EP

Sväng “Koi No Vacance” from Hauptbahnhof

Lo’Jo “Fils de Zamal” from Tu Connais Lo’Jo?

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