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"Musical Odyssey" with Professor G (archive)

Thursday, September 20, 2018 | 16:00 to 18:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Atmosphere Factory Apsaras Zero Gravity Interchill
Steve Mason & Dennis Bovell Lost and Dub Ghosts Outside Domino 2011 album
* Helena Hauff Primordial Sludge Qualm Ninja Tune
* Anacy Arcanjo Toque Tambor Onda de Amor: Synthesized Brazillian Hits That Never Were (1984-94) Soundway
The Future Kind Simon Says Afterschool Special: The 123s of Kid Soul Numero Group
Group Doueh Madam Jat Faabuni Hassaniya Music from the Western Sahara and Mauritania Sublime Frequencies
* Ilunga Patrice, Misomba Victor & Friends Mamwana Kufika Munda (My Love is Upset) Listen all around: the golden age of central and east african music Dust-To -Digital Recordings from the 1950s made by ethnomusicologist Hugh Tracy
Francis Bebey Divorce Pygmee African Electronic Music: 1975-1982 Born Bad Cameroonian musician, whose career began in the mid-70s (died in 2001)
Habesha 2000 Band Habesha Traditional Song 1 Staring Into the Sun: Ethiopian Tribal Music Sublime Frequencies Field recordings by the film-maker Olivia Wyatt; she intended to film the Festival of 1000 Stars but it was canceled by the Ethiopian govt. She recorded this collection instead.
* protoje Flames ft. Chronixx A Matter of Time Easy Star Records
Lloyd Williams aka Senor Soul, with Ernest Ranglin Is It Because I'm Black Studio One Soul soul jazz Originally released on Supreme Records out of Jamaica
Impact All Stars Guiding Dub Java Java Java Java Impact/VP 1973. Was it the first dub LP?
Pat Kelly No Love Better Get Ready Kingston Sounds Musicians on this include Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Aston Barrett
* SIS My Machine Euphoria Native Cat Featuring singer-songwriter Jennie Gillespie Mason, who is also the label founder
* Roy Montgomery Apparition Suffuse Grapefruit Features the vocals of Haley Fohr (aka Circuit des Yeux)
Robert Wyatt Alifib Rock Bottom Thirsty Ear His 1974 masterpiece, made when recovering from a fall that left him using a wheelchair
* pluko asleep (feat. MOONZz) sixteen Foreign Family Collective
* Steve Hauschildt Syncope (feat. GABI) Dissolvi Ghostly International
Xena On the Upside 7" version Unidisc Music 1983
* Gown Interrupterhead skin self-released From Durham, NC.
* Shane Parish The Great Great Wall Child Asleep in the Rain Null Zone Tapes From Asheville, NC
* Sarah Louise Journey in Satchidananda Lagniappe Sessions Aquarium Drunkard From Asheville, NC
* Patois Counselors Pffones Proper Release ever/never From Charlotte, NC
* Angkhanang Khunchai & the Ubon Phattana Band Lam Sarawan Isan Lam Phloen EM Records remastered reissue of a 1971 album
Panom Nopporn Sao Ban Pok Pab The Sound of Siam: Leftfield Luk Thung, Jazz & Molam in Thailand, 1964-1975 Soundway
Paradise Bangkok Molam International Lam San Disco 21st Century Molam Studio Lam