2017-09-29 Global Songs of Fear & Courage

courageWe live in troubled times; there are myriad reasons to be afraid. But it also seems like the world is poised for great change for the better. This week’s songs acknowledge the fear, and give encouragement to the bravery that will be needed to change the world for the better. Courage, friends.

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Hour 1
Calypso Rose “Human Race (feat. Manu Chao)” from Far from Home

Cilantro Boombox “Fears away” from Fears Away – Single

The Souljazz Orchestra “courage” from Resistance

Khaira Arby “Sourgou” from Timbuktu Tarab

Debademba “Sanikoya (feat. Ben l’Oncle Soul)” from Sanikoya

Moana & The Tribe “Rangikane Ana” from Wha

Rokia Traoré “Ô Niélé” from Né So

Moh Alileche “Fear (Tugdhi)” from The Source of Water

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Yuval Ron Ensemble “Lo Yira / Will Not Fear” from Tree of Life

Samba Touré “Goye” from Songhai Blues: Homage to Ali Farka Touré

Stevo Atambire “Killer Fear Die” from Teach Me

Vieux Farka Toure “courage” from Vieux Farka Touré

Hour 2
Ziggy Marley
“Better Together” from Ziggy Marley

Ladama “Cumbia Brasileira” from Ladama

Dalava “war” from The Book of Transfigurations

Baraka Moon “Julay Julay” from Wind Horse

Trio Da Kali & Kronos Quartet “Kanimba” from Ladilikan

Old Blind Dogs “Nevertheless” from Room with a View

Struny nad Oslavou “Woulou-Wo (feat. Martin Krajíček, Keita Seckou & Juraj Valenčík)” from Struny nad Oslavou

Set break — Spin The Globe world music concert calendar

Ballaké Sissoko & Vincent Segal “N’kapalema” from Musique de Nuit

Te Vaka “Lakalaka” from Lakalaka single

Songhoy Blues “Bamako” from Resistance

Peace Development Crew “Worldwide Peace” from Better Days

Mighty Mo Rodgers & Baba Sissoko “Demisenu / Children” from Griot Blues

 

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