This week we celebrate the French World Cup victory, particularly highlighting the music of the countries from which the immigrant players came or to which they have family ties: Congo, Cameroon, Guinea, Algeria, Mauritania, Senegal, Togo, Mali, Angola, and Morocco. Plus a few other gems in the last segment of the show.
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Ba Cissoko “Tamo” from Séno
Noura Mint Seymali “Mohammedoun” from Arbina
Bembeya Jazz National “Dagna” from The Syliphone Years – Hits & Rare Recordings – Vol 1
Gnawa Diffusion “Itchak El Baz” from Souk System
Ngoma Jazz “Belita Kiri-Kiri” from Angola 70’s: 1972-73
Alki D “Barman” from The Rough Guide to North African Cafe
Aziza Brahim “Ard el Salam” from Mabruk
Elikeh “Let’s March” from Adje!Adje!
Philippe Chany “Cairo Connection” from France Chebran 2: French Boogie 1982-1989
Manuel Wandjí “Amatchi (Feat. Merlin Nyakam) (Studio)” from Planet Groove
Bellemou “Nediha Gaouria” from The Rough Guide To Rai
Sawt el Atlas “mama” from Donia
Jovens do Prendo “Semba da Ilha” from Soul Of Angola – Anthologie De La Musique Angolaise 1965/1975
Sekouba “Diarabi” from Sejo
Mama Sissoko “Fisriwale” from Soleil de Minuit
Julien Jacob “Foletim” from Shanti
Afra Sound Stars “Soke Soke” from Soke Soke
Alif “Taspe” from Dakamerap
Sékouba Bambino “Famou” from Sinikan
Maurice El Médioni “Aalek Ma Nessber” from Pianoriental
Orchestra Baobab “Guajira Ven” from Guajira Ven
Malouma “Welfi” from Dunya
Presque Oui “L’ongle” from Paris