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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Alternate Sundays, 5 pm - 7 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—March 12, 2006—
  5:00-6:00

Peter Apfelbaum and the New York Hieroglyphics, “It Is Written,” It Is Written (ACT, 2005)
Sheikh Ahmed Barrayn, “Madih,” B’ismillah: Highlights from the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music (Sounds True, 1997)

Awlad Hajj al-Mahi Ensemble, “Shasha al-Samir,” Sacred Songs from Nubia and Kordofan (Institut du Monde Arabe, 2002)
Ana Moura, “Lavava no Rio Lavava,” Guarda-me a Vida na Mão (World Village, 2003)
Wayne Shorter, “Adam’s Apple,” Adam’s Apple (Blue Note, 1966)
Maria João and Mário Laginha, “Tralha,” Tralha (Universal Music, 2005)

Bebo Valdés and Dieguito el Cigala, “Se Me Olvidó que Te Olvidé,” Lágrimas Negras (Bluebird, 2003)
Son de la Frontera, “Bulería Negra del Gastor,” Son de la Frontera (World Village, 2006)


6:00-7:00

Manecas Costa, “Antonia,” Paraiso di Gumbe (BBC, 2003)
Kanté Manfila, “Mote-molon,” Douaou den (JWS, 1998)
Dumisani Abraham Maraire, “Ndini Baba,” The African Mbira: Music of the Shona People of Rhodesia (Nonesuch, 1971)

Edward Wilkerson Jr., “Layaway,” Light on the Path (Sound Aspects, 1994)
William Parker, “Jaki,” Luc’s Lantern (Thirsty Ear, 2005)

Diego Amador, “Comparito,” Piano Jondo (Milestone, 2003)
Cesaria Evora, “Luz Dum Estrela,” Miss Perfumado (Lusafrica, 1992)
Bukka White, “Single Man Blues,” Sky Songs (Arhoolie, 1963)

Ali Farka Toure, “Amandrai,” Ali Farka Toure (World Circuit, 1987)


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