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It Takes All Kinds
 Wednesdays, 1pm - 3pm

Guest Host: NATE MACKEY
—August 2, 2006—
  1:00-2:00

Maria Bethania, “Cabocla Jurema,” Brasileirinho (Quitauda, n.d.)
Rosa Passos, “Voce Vai Ver,” Amorosa (Sony, 2004)
Tania Libertad, “Historia de un Amor,” Costa Negra (World Village, 2002)
Ralph Peterson, “Acceptance,” The Fo’tet Augmented (Criss Cross Jazz, 2004)

Diego el Cigala, “La Paloma,” Picasso en Mis Ojos (BMG, 2005)
Chano Dominguez, “Bubango,” Hecho a Mano (Nuba/Sunnyside, n.d.)
Andrew Hill, “Malachi,” Time Lines (Blue Note, 2006)

Dizzy Gillespie, “Oop-Pop-A-Da,” Dizziest (RCA, 1987)
Young Tiger, “Calypso Be,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jons, 2005)
Lord Kitchener, “Kitch’s Bebop Calypso,” London Is the Place for Me 1: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956 (Honest Jons, 2002)


2:00-3:00

Mighty Terror, “No Carnival in Britain,” London Is the Place for Me 1: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956 (Honest Jons, 2002)
Mona Baptiste, “Calypso Blues,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jons, 2005)
West African Rhythm Brothers, “We Have It in Africa,” London Is the Place for Me 3: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (Honest Jons, 2006)
Lord Kitchener, “Birth of Ghana,” London Is the Place for Me 1: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956 (Honest Jons, 2002)
Ambrose Campbell, “Ashiko Rhythm,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jons, 2005)
West African Rhythm Brothers, “Mofi Ajobi Seyin,” London Is the Place for Me 3: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (Honest Jons, 2006)
Gwigwi Mrwebi, “Nyusamkhaya,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jons, 2005)

Girma Bèyènè, “Ené Nègn Bay Manèsh,” Éthiopiques 8: Swinging Addis, 1969-1974 (Buda, n.d.)
Matano Juma, “Dada,” Zanzibara 2: 1965-1975/Golden Years of Mombasa Taarab (Buda, 2005)
Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club, “Vingaravyo Vyote Si Dhahabu,” Zanzibara 1: Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club: 1905-2005/ A Hundred Years of Taarab in Zanzibar (Buda, 2005)

Souad Massi, “That’s Life (Denya Wezmen),” Honeysuckle (Mesk Elil) (Wrasse, 2005)
SambaSunda, “Kahayang (Desire),” Rahwana’s Cry (Network, 2005)
Imas Permas and Asep Kosasih, “Sekar Manis,” Tembang Sunda: Sundanese Classical Songs (Nimbus, 1993)


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