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"Ohayo Durham!" with Phil Lee (archive)

Monday, August 6, 2007 | 07:00 to 09:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label
* Jazz O'Maniacs Sweet Mumtaz Sunset Cafe Stomp Delmark
* Ned Rothenberg's Sync With Strings Keyn Eynhore Inner Diaspora Tzadik
* David Murray Black Saint Quartet Pierce city Sacred Ground Justin Time
* Dave Brubeck Summer Song Indian summer Telarc
Bill Evans featuring Eddie Gomez and Elliot Zigmund You Must Believe in Spring You Must Believe in Spring Warner Bros
* Bola Halyloola Kroungrine Skam
* D'Arcangelo A Grey Sunday Eksel Rephlex
Commercial Track 6 Commercial Darla
Wendy Carlos Country Lane Clockwork Orange - Complete Original Score East Side Digital
* Cubanismo Descarga Caliente Greetings From Havana AIM
* Willie Colon Pedro Navaja The Player Fania
Ocho La Batanga Ocho II Soul Jazz
* Roswell Rudd & Yomo Toro Mayor G El Espiritu Jibaro Soundscape
The Green Arrows Hurungwe 4-Track Recording Sessions Alula
* Malinda Parker & Howard B. Hayes Chicken is Nice Songs of the African Coast: Cafe Music of Liberia Yarngo Music
* Meeting Point Kampala Abange Ab'eno? (Is Someone There?) Singing for Life: Songs of Hope, Healing, and HIV/AIDS in Uganda Smithsonian Folkways
* Gino Sitson Wailin' Bamisphere 18th & Vine
Amanita Diabate & Friends Deni Meba Bush Taxi Mali: Field Recordings from Mali Sublime Frequencies
"Weird Al" Yankovic Albuquerque Running With Scissors Way Moby