2018-08-25 Songs of Immigrants & Refugees

Immigrants Get the Job DoneAs long as immigrants and refugees are being used as political scapegoats, we’ll keep highlighting their music (and if you want to join me for lunch, I’d be happy to highlight their food!).

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Hour 1
Quetzal
“Migra” from Die Cowboy Die

Amsterdam Klezmer Band “Immigrant Song (Remixed by Yuriy Gurzhy)” from Remixed

Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara “Kele Kele (No Passport No Visa)” from Tell No Lies

Al Jawala “Borderbounce” from Asphalt Pirate Radio

Eljuri “Nunca Volvere” from La Lucha

Antwerp Gipsy Ska Orchestra “Tuttilegal” from Tuttilegal

Ndala Kasheba “refugees” from Refugees

Maryam Mursal “Qax (Refugee)” from The Journey

Set break — KAOS Community Billboard

Djivan Gasparyan & Michael Brook “Immigrant’s Song” from Black Rock

Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars “Living Like a Refugee” from Living Like a Refugee

Alsarah & The Nubatones “Nuba Noutou” from Silt

Grupo Fantasma “Solo un Sueno” from Problemas

Hour 2
Urban Turban
“Overtime” from Overtime

Ricardo Vignini & Zé Helder “Immigrant Song” from Moda de Rock Toca Led Zeppelin

Vivalda Dula “Butterfly Soldier” from Dula

Moira Smiley “refugee” from Unzip the Horizon

Mariachi Reyna de Los Ángeles “Son de la Luna” from Mariachi Reyna de Los Ángeles

Alejandro Enis Almenares & Eliades Ochoa “Pepillito” from Dos Gigantes de Música Cubana

Stella Chiweshe “Ratidzo” from Kasahwa: Early Singles

Lucky Moyo “Refugees Return” from I Have Got Issues

Jupiter & Okwess “hello” from Kin Sonic

Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba “Ma Cherie” from Routes

Samite “The Search” from Resilience

Gnawledge “Menudo Jaleo” from Granada Doaba

Oi Va Voi “Balkanik” from Oi Va Voi

Djénéba et Fousco “Hakilima” from Kayeba Khasso

Molly Tigre “lebanese blond” from Molly Tigre

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