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Spin the Globe Playlist for 18 June 2004
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South Africa : Interview with Pangia : New Releases : +

Show Notes:
South Africa has been in the news recently, from their winning bid to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup ("I want to go outside and dance, man" responded Archbishop Desmond Tutu) to Nelson Mandela's retirement from public life the 10th anniversary of the country's first inclusive election. South Africans have good reason to celebrate, and we joined them, playing music from great South African artists. We also spoke with members of the band Pangia, in Olympia for a bellydancing concert tonight. And we ended with a tribute to Amazigh singer and activist Lounes Matoub, who was assassinated in Algeria on June 15, 1998.

# Our cover song of the week took the week off.

Hugh Masekela Bring Him Back Home (Live) Tomorrow Warner
Vusi Mahlasela In Solitary Confinement When You Come Back BMG Africa
Mahlathini Nezintombi Zomgoashiyo Ngicabange Ngaqued (I have made up my mind) The Indestructible Beat of Soweto Shanachie
Ladysmith Black Mambazo Nansi Imali (here is the money) The Indestructible Beat of Soweto Shanachie
* Soweto String Quartet Jabulani Millennia BMG Africa
Syd Kitchen & Madala Kunene Mlisa Bafo Bafo self
Busi Mhlongo Nguye Lo (he's the one) Urbanzulu M.E.L.T. 2000
Louis Mhlanga Tinganekwane Tinganekwane Sheer Sound
Mike Makhalemele Emakhaya advance single Sheer Sound
Sakhile Togetherness Togetherness Sheer Sound
Shiyani Ngcobo Ngisizeni Introducing Shiyani Ngcobo World Music Network
Juluka Umbaqanga Music Scatterlings Rhythm Safari
* Youssou N'Dour Tijaniyya Egypt Nonesuch
Pangia Hadouni Vol. 2 self
* interview with Pat Olson and Denise Mannion of Pangia
Pangia Jemilleh Vol. 2 self
more interview with Pat Olson and Denise Mannion of Pangia
Pangia Leila with Taksim Vol. 2 self
* Ozomatli Believe Street Signs Concord
State of Bengal vs. Paban Das Baul Radha Krishna Tana Tani Real World
Abdullah Ibrahim African Marketplace The Very Best of Abdullah Ibrahim Music Club
Kekele Dido Rumba Congo Sterns Africa
Lounes Matoub Iniyid Kan Lettre Ouverte Aux (Open Letter To...) Blue Silver


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