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"Mondo Mundo" with Kate G. (archive)

Saturday, June 7, 2014 | 14:00 to 16:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra Cuarto de Colores The Offense of the Drum Motema
Gotan Project Diferente Lunatico Ta Basta
Jorge Ben Ponta de Lanca Africano (Umbabarauma) To Scratch That Itch: Roots, Rock, and Rhythm Luaka Bop 1991.
* PALO! La Malanga Resbala Live Rolling Pin Music Featured in the PBS documentary Miami Boheme.
Afro Cubano Chant Casablanca Afro Cubano Chant Hip Bop Essence 1996.
Lazaro Ros w/ Mezcla Ikiri Ada Cuba Classics 3: Diablo Al Infierno Luaka Bop 1990.
The Sweet Talks Akampanye Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds and Ghanaian Blues 1968-81 Soundway
* Meta Meta Rainha Das Cabecas MetaL MetaL Mais Um Discos
Alberto Yenkins and group. Ibeji ota ese aremu beji ota ese (Song for the divine twins) Havana & Matanzas, Cuba ca. 1957: Bata, Membe, and Palo Songs Smithsonian Folkways Arara song for Nana Buruku.
Candido Martinez and group Obatala/Odudua Havana, Cuba, ca. 1957: Rhythms and Songs for the Orishas Smithsonian Folkways Arara song for Nana Buruku, Obatala, and Odudua.
Los Alacranes Mojados Chicano Park Samba Rolas de Aztlan: Songs of the Chicano Movement Smithsonian Folkways 1979.
Brahim Belkani Sandiya Ouled Bambara: Portraits of Gnawa Drag City Traditional trance music of Morocco.
Juanjo Dominguez Faseando Rough Guide to Tango Nuevo Rough Guides / World Music Network
Carlos Gardel Madame Yvonne Tango & Tangueros Acqua
Arthur Moreira Lima Confidencias Waltzes and Tangos of Ernesto Nazareth Pro-Arte / Intersound 1984.
* Caterina Zapponi Que reste-t-il de nos amours? Romantica Motema Orig. Charles Trenet. Featuring Yotam Silberstein.
Rita Abadzi Ta Hanumakya (Hashish Harem) Greek-Oriental Rebetica: Songs and Dances in the Asia Minor Style: The Golden Years: 1911-1937 Arhoolie Athens, late 1930s.
Leopold Kozlowski Doina and Bulgar The Last Klezmer Global Village 1995.
Margot Leverett Bulgar Medley The Art of Klezmer Clarinet Traditional Crossroads 2000.
M.D. Shirinda and Family Ndzi Hkensa The Heartbeat of Soweto Shanachie Zulu, Shangaan, and Tsonga jive.
Boutaiba Sghir Dayha Oulabes (I'll Marry Her Whether They Like It Or Not) 1970s Algerian Proto-Rai Underground Sublime Frequencies
Compiled by Christiaan Virant Commie Funk? Radio Pyongyang Sublime Frequencies Recorded in Pyongyang 1995-1998.
Player from Ta phkn village, Sapa Kheng Ethnic Minority Music of North Vietnam Sublime Frequencies Mouth organ of 6 bamboo tubes. Performer from the Black Hmong people.