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Sunday, April 11, 2010


Played a pretty wide variety of stuff today from Albania to Tanzania to Iran:

Marcel Mwiyaya& group of Lulua men and women from Dibaya, Kabinda, Kasai Belgian Congo (now DRC) - “Mukwabumba sechilanba” and “Kapinga yamba”
Orquesta Contemporânea de Olinda|Canto Da Sereia
Orquesta Contemporânea de Olinda|Balcão Da Venda
Puseletso Seema & Tau ea Linare|Katla ka sothela
Puseletso Seema & Tau ea Linare|Leshano
Tata Bambo Kouyate|Fanta toure
Tata Bambo Kouyate|Mah drame
Ali ‘Farka’ Touré & Haïra Arby|Aigna
Ashug Amrah Gyalma (vocal and saz)|“Jalili”
Duet of Zurna (double reed wind instrument) players | Keroylu, A heroic Dance   Both from UNESCO Collection A Musical Anthology of the Orient: Azerbaijan I
Loretta Kelley|Jon Vestafe, telespringar (Norway)

Hayvanlar Alemi|Sahane Tersane
Balkan Beat Box | Buhala
The orchestra of radio Prisrina|Agimi (Dawn)
” | Martesa E Lumtun (Happy Marriage) Both from Songs and Dances of Albania on Request Records SRLP 8135

Mamak Khadem|Avareh
Royal Musicians of Kabaka Mutesa of Buganda|“Kikwabanga” & “Asenga omwami tagayala” from The Music of Africa Series: Uganda 1 by Hugh Tracey
King Kennytone & His Top Toppers|Sussy Twist
Kuruseni and 6 Budongo Mbiras and Nsaasi rattle|“Wamubrigwe”
Royal Horn Band of the Kyabazinga led by Mulobo Maswa - Ensemble of Magwala gourd horns with 4 Drums | “Kate Kalume” Both from Uganda 1

Easy Life Top Beats|Easy Life Baby
Air Congo Orch.City Five, Leopoldville - Congo|Cherie Si Tu Ne Sais Pas Twister

Mbunda|Sitima Senda Namoto
Pancras Mkwawa|“Ngwidika sadanga wapamagulu” Song to the 6-stringed Ligombo zither From The Music of Africa Series: Tanzania 1
Lalla|Bena Kazembe Balitumpa
Lalla|Bamangolosa Bachusuwano

Valley Tonga|Takundambi Kumulumi Wako

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