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Saturday, June 30, 2012

Playlist for Global Grooves 06/30/12


11:01am
MC Yogi “Jai Sita Ram” from Pilgrimage (Bonus Track Version) ((RED) Velour Recordings - Frontline 2012) —MC Yogi is a Hip Hop Artist, Graffiti Writer and Yoga Teacher. Combining his Love of Yoga with Hip Hop, Reggae, Electronica, Dancehall & Dub he is a Pioneer in the Fusion of Ancient Yogic Science. This brand new track features Krishna Das on vocals.

11:03am
The Invisible “UTOPIA” from Rispah (Bonus Track Version) (Ninja Tune 2012) —“Rispah,” the new album from The Invisible, is, in the words of singer-guitarist Dave Okumu, ”a love letter to grief.” New release.

11:07am
Gypsy Cab (Sunjinho Moombahton Remix) “Mobius Collective” from Wonderwheel Spins in 2012 (Wonderwheel) N —Brand new compilation

11:13am
Natacha Atlas “Makaan (Nickodemus & The Spy From Cairo Remix)” from Mounqaliba - Rising (The Remixes) (Six Degrees Records 2011) —Globally celebrated singer Natacha Atlas' latest release Mounqaliba was a decidedly acoustic affair, recorded with a 20-piece Turkish ensemble and a chamber orchestra & integrating western and Arabic styles. Former singer of Transglobal Underground.

11:20am
Seun Kuti “Slave Masters” from From Africa with Fury: Rise (Knitting Factory 2011) —Son of Afro-Beat pioneer Fela Kuti.

11:28am
Kongar-ol Ondar “Where Has My Country Gone? (Kongurei) (with Willie Nelson)” from Back Tuva Future (Ellipsis Arts) —Master Tuvan throat singer and a member of the Great Khural of Tuva. Ondar was born in 1962 near the Khemchik River in western Tuva. Considered a living treasure by the Republic of Tuva. Singing with Willie Nelson

11:33am
Will Clipman “Ibo Oye” from Pathfinder CD ALBUM (canyon records 2007) —Six time Grammy nominee and Native American legend

11:37am
Manu Chao “Politik Kills” from La Radiolina CD ALBUM (Nacional Records 2007) —French superstar with Gallacian and Basque heritage

11:42am

11:46am
Amadou & Mariam “Senegal Fast Food” from Dimanche A Bamako MP3 ALBUM (Nonesuch 2005) —The blind couple from Mali, on a record produced by Manu Chao.

11:51am
Amadou & Mariam “Wily Kataso (feat. Tunde & Kyp of TV On The Radio)” from Folila (Became Music) —Brand new release. This week's country of the week is Mali.

11:56am
Ali Farka Toure “Karaw” from The Source (World Circuit 1992) —Ali “Farka” Touré (October 31, 1939 – March 7, 2006) was a Malian singer and guitarist, and one of the African continent’s most internationally renowned musicians.

12:02pm
Ali Farka Touré & Ry Cooder “Ai Du” from Talking Timbuktu CD ALBUM (World Circuit 1994) —Ali Farka Toure with American guitar great Ry Cooder

12:10pm
Tinariwen “Assouf” from Aman Iman: Water Is Life CD ALBUM (Ponderosa Music & Art 2007) —Global Grooves house band. Tuareg nomad electric blues band from Mali

12:14pm
Tinariwen “Imidiwan Winakalin” from Aman Iman: Water Is Life CD ALBUM (Ponderosa Music & Art 2007)

12:18pm
Boubacar Traore “Kar Kar Madison” from Maciré (Kar Kar) CD ALBUM (Indigo 1999) —Boubacar Traoré (born 1942 in Kayes, Mali) is a renowned singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Traoré also goes by the nickname Kar Kar, "the one who dribbles too much" in Bambara, a reference to his soccer playing

12:24pm
Boubacar Traore “Duna Ma Yelema” from Maciré (Kar Kar) CD ALBUM (Indigo 1999) —Another track that blends American blues and North African grooves

12:30pm
Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba “Tineni (feat. Toumani Diabate)” from I Speak Fula (Bonus Track Version) CD ALBUM (Sub Pop Records/Next Ambiance 2009) —Malian group with Bassekou Kouyate playing the Ngoni, a West African string instrument. This track features kora master Toumani Diabate

12:35pm
Toumani Diabaté “Ismael Drame” from The Mandé Variations CD ALBUM (Nonesuch 2008) —Kora master from Mali

12:41pm
Issa Bagayogo “Banani” from Timbuktu CD ALBUM (Six Degrees Travel Series 2001) —More Malian Grooves

12:46pm
Habib Koité & Bamada “Mali Sadio” from Baro CD ALBUM (Contre-Jour 2001)

12:50pm
Habib Koité “Barra” from Afriki (Cumbancha 2007)

12:56pm
Salif Keita “Yamore (With Cesaria Evora)” from Moffou CD ALBUM (Decca/Universal Music Company 2002) —Tha Mansa of Mali with the late Cesaria Evora

1:03pm
Oumou Sangare “DJorolen (Remix)” from Oumou CD ALBUM (Corason 2003)

1:08pm
Rokia Traoré “Sabali” from Mouneïssa (Indigo 1997)

1:15pm
Prince Khonjo 99 with Midzi Heritage Sound “Kijicho” from Binadamu Hatosheki (unknown) —Great track with drum machine. Recorded in Kenya

1:22pm
The Beaters “Secrosanct” from Lost Memories (CBS) —South African groove from 1969

1:24pm
Orchestra Makassy “Mambo Bado” from Legends of East Africa CD ALBUM (Next Music (Pty) Ltd 2005)

1:30pm
Sir Victor Uwaifo “Ekassa 34” from Sir Victor Uwaifo EP 2 (51 Lex Records Ltd. 2010) —Nigerian guitar hero

1:37pm
Gigi “Bale Washintu” from Gigi (Palm Pictures 2001)

1:42pm
Ofra Haza “Rachamim” from Adama (Hed-Arzi 1994) —Isreal

1:46pm
Natacha Atlas “Mistaneek” from Gedida (Mantra 1999) —Egyptian songtress

1:50pm
Rachid Taha “Barra Barra” from Made In Medina CD ALBUM (Universal Music Division Barclay 2000)

1:56pm
Rachid Taha “BONjour” from Bonjour CD ALBUM (Universal Music Division Barclay 2009)

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