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Spin the Globe Playlist for 29 October 2004 - South African Jazz / US Politics
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Show Notes: With South African piano giant Abdullah Ibrahim in Seattle for the Earshot Jazz Festival, it's a great time to look a the unique Africanized killer jazz that has emerged from his homeland. South African jazz bridges traditional and modern styles, as we hear today in the music of Ibrahim, Hugh Masekela, Ojoyo, Philip Taubane, Miriam Makeba, and many other Spin the Globe favorites.

For background on SAfrojazz, see these sites:

Hour 2: Political world music - world music comment on US foreign policy, the US election, and related topics from the likes of Antibalas, O-Maya, Ozomatli, Omar Torrez, and others.


Most of the music played on Spin the Globe is available at cdRoots.com or CD Universe or the calabash.

* indicates specific listener response/request

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Hugh Masekela Change Time Sony
Louis Mhlanga Batho (People) Song for Nomsa BMG Africa
Ojoyo Station Road Strut Ojoyo Plays Safrojazz Ojoyo
Abdullah Ibrahim Toi-Toi (Protest) The Very Best of Abdullah Ibrahim Night and Day
Moses Molelekwa Nomkhosi Finding One's Self MELT 2000
Sipho Gumede Please Don't Dance Down Freedom Avenue B&W Music
Sibongile Khumalo Ngibambeni, Ngibambeni Immortal Secrets Sony
Miriam Makeba & the Skylarks Siyavuva The Rough Guide to South African Jazz World Music Network
Tebogo Emzini Kwela tebza Teal
Philip Tabane & Molombo Ke A Bereka Ke A Bereka Kariba
Sipho Gumede & Pops Mohamed Township Twist Kalamazoo 4: New Crossings Sheer Sound
Pops Mohamed Election Day Serenade The Rough Guide to South African Jazz World Music Network
O-Maya Mentiroso (liar/lie) O-Maya self
Sergent Garcia Stop Da War -- --
Natacha Atlas with Princess Juliana Something Dangerous Something Dangerous Mantra
Amandla Poets War / Makube Njalo Makube Njalo (Make It So) Scintilla
Omar Torrez & Orpheus Hold On advance single --
Zuba Tomayziyi (No War) advance single --
Rachid Taha Foqt Foqt (I'm Not Taken In) Made In Medina Ark 21
Schael Sick Brass Band Selam, Selam Kesh Mesh Westpark
Daara J Bopp Sa Bopp Boomerang Wrasse
Ozomatli Who's to Blame Street Signs Concord
Antibalas War Is a Crime Talkatif Ninjatune

Most of the music played on Spin the Globe is available at cdRoots.com or CD Universe or the calabash.

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