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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Alternate Sundays, 5 pm - 7 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—January 15, 2006—
  5:00-6:00

Hamza El Din, “Greetings,” A Wish (Sounds True, 1999)
Mohamed Hassan, “Ngama na Roho,” Duniya: Twarab Legend from Grande Comore (Dizim, 2000)

Muhamed El Amin, “Al-Jarida – The Newspaper,” Voice of Sudan (Schott Wergo, 1996)
Dhafer Youssef, “Diaphanes,” Digital Prophecy (Enja/Justin Time, 2003)
Amina Claudine Myers, “3/4’s of 4/4,” Song for Mother E (Leo, 1979)

Larry Young, “The Moontrane,” Unity (Blue Note, 1965)
Billy Harper Quintet, “The One that Makes the Rain Stop,” Destiny Is Yours (SteepleChase, 1990)
Anthony Brown Orchestra, “Bread and Bowie,” Rhapsodies (Water Baby, 2005)

6:00-7:00

Mariza, “Meu Fado Meu,” Transparente (Times Square, 2005)
Souad Massi, “That’s Life (Denya Wezmen),” Honeysuckle (Mesk Elil) (Universal, 2005)
Itamar Assumpção, “Dor Elegante,” Pretobrás (Atração Fonográfica, 2003)

Haitiando, “Gròg Mwen,” The Rough Guide to the Music of Haiti (World Music Network, 2002)
Kékélé, “Baninga,” Rumba Congo (Stern’s, 2001)
Marlene Dorcena, “Lanmou Lakay,” Mèsy (Contre-Jour, 2002)
Pape Fall and African Salsa, “Diongoma Senegal,” Artisanat (Stern’s, 2002)

Diego El Cigala, “Carmen La Canastera,” Corren Tiempos de Alegría + Teatro Real (BMG, 2004)
Chano Domínguez, “Gracias a la Vida,” Iman (Sunnyside/Nuba, 2003)
Violeta Parra, “La Carta,” Un Rio de Sangre (Arion, 1975)

Leandro Apaza Ramos, “La Valicha,” Peruvian Harp and Mandolin: The Blind Street Musicians of Cusco (Music of the World, 1995)
Cuarteto Musical Pauza de Jaime Guardia, “Tu Desprecio,” Peru (World Network, 1999)

5:00-6:00

Hamza El Din, “Greetings,” A Wish (Sounds True, 1999)
Mohamed Hassan, “Ngama na Roho,” Duniya: Twarab Legend from Grande Comore (Dizim, 2000)

Muhamed El Amin, “Al-Jarida – The Newspaper,” Voice of Sudan (Schott Wergo, 1996)
Dhafer Youssef, “Diaphanes,” Digital Prophecy (Enja/Justin Time, 2003)
Amina Claudine Myers, “3/4’s of 4/4,” Song for Mother E (Leo, 1979)

Larry Young, “The Moontrane,” Unity (Blue Note, 1965)
Billy Harper Quintet, “The One that Makes the Rain Stop,” Destiny Is Yours (SteepleChase, 1990)
Anthony Brown Orchestra, “Bread and Bowie,” Rhapsodies (Water Baby, 2005)

6:00-7:00

Mariza, “Meu Fado Meu,” Transparente (Times Square, 2005)
Souad Massi, “That’s Life (Denya Wezmen),” Honeysuckle (Mesk Elil) (Universal, 2005)
Itamar Assumpção, “Dor Elegante,” Pretobrás (Atração Fonográfica, 2003)

Haitiando, “Gròg Mwen,” The Rough Guide to the Music of Haiti (World Music Network, 2002)
Kékélé, “Baninga,” Rumba Congo (Stern’s, 2001)
Marlene Dorcena, “Lanmou Lakay,” Mèsy (Contre-Jour, 2002)
Pape Fall and African Salsa, “Diongoma Senegal,” Artisanat (Stern’s, 2002)

Diego El Cigala, “Carmen La Canastera,” Corren Tiempos de Alegría + Teatro Real (BMG, 2004)
Chano Domínguez, “Gracias a la Vida,” Iman (Sunnyside/Nuba, 2003)
Violeta Parra, “La Carta,” Un Rio de Sangre (Arion, 1975)

Leandro Apaza Ramos, “La Valicha,” Peruvian Harp and Mandolin: The Blind Street Musicians of Cusco (Music of the World, 1995)
Cuarteto Musical Pauza de Jaime Guardia, “Tu Desprecio,” Peru (World Network, 1999)


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