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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Alternate Sundays, 5 pm - 7 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY


5/22/05 PLAYLIST

5:00-6:00

Tomasa La Macanita, “Bulería a Palo Seco,” Con El Alma (Auvidis, 1995)
José Menese, “Caminos de Soledad,” A Mi Madre Remedios (Fonomusic, 1997)

La Morena and La Perrenga, “Sé Que No Me Querías,” Noches Gitanas en Lebrija,
Volume 1: Fiesta (EPM, 1991)
El Suspiro del Moro, “Zambra,” Cantes Antiguos de Andalucía (Auvidis, 1993)
Fawzi Al-Aiedy and Oriental Jazz, “Shéhérazade,” Tarab (Flat & Sharp, 1992)
Khaled, “H’Mama,” Ya-Rayi (Universal, 2004)

Farida and the Iraqi Maqam Ensemble, “She er wa abudhyyeh Ma Reada Al Khalobi,” The Voice of Mesopotamia (Long Distance, 2003)
Ensemble Muhammad bin Faris, “Nasi wa La Yadri,” The Sawt of Bahrain (Institut du
Monde Arabe, 2004)


6:00-7:00

Jessica Williams, “Heather,” Live at Yoshi’s, Volume One (Maxjazz, 2004)
Myra Melford/The Tent, “Eight,” Where the Two Worlds Touch (Arabesque, 2004)
Marlene Dorcena, “Mèsy Bondye,” Mèsy (Contre-Jour, 2002)

Les Soeurs Diabaté, “Sasoumane,” Donkili Diarabi (Guinean Lovesongs) (Popular
African Music, 2002)
Jemeel Moondoc Vtet, “Revolt of the Negro Lawn Jockeys,” Revolt of the Negro Lawn
Jockeys (Eremite, 2000)

Gangbé Brass Band, “Alladanou,” Togbé (Contre-Jour, 2001)
Unidentified musicians, “Aluar Horns,” Africa: Ceremonial and Folk Music (Nonesuch
Explorer, 1975)
Butch Morris, “Dust to Dust, second and third parts,” Dust to Dust (New World, 1991)
John Hassell and Brian Eno, “Rising Thermal 14° 16’ N; 32° 28’ E,” Fourth World
Volume 1: Possible Musics (Editions E. G., 1980)


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