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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Alternate Sundays, 5 pm - 7 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—August 13, 2006—
  5:00-6:00

Amadou Balaké, “Toungaranké,” Taximen + (Popular African Music, 2005)
Salif Keita, “Moriba,” M’Bemba (Decca, 2006)

La Macanaita, “Buleria – Me Voy Solita a Mi Cuarto,” Flammes du Coeur: Gypsy Queens (Network, 1999)
Duquende, Miguel Poveda and Cicuelo, “No Pases por Mi Calle,” Qawwali-Flamenco (Accords Croisés, 2006)

Faiz Ali Faiz’s Qawwali Ensemble, Duquende, Miguel Poveda and Cicuelo, “Allah Hu,” Qawwali-Flamenco (Accords Croisés, 2006)
The Musicians of the Nile, “Ya Maawad Men Sabar,” Down by the River (Long Distance, 2006)


6:00-7:00

Leroy Jenkins’ Driftwood, “To Live,” The Art of Improvisation (Mutable Music, 2005)
Miya Masaoka Trio, “Monk’s Mood,” Monk’s Japanese Folk Song (Dizim, 1997)
Ensemble Nipponia, “Shirabe-Sagariha,” Japan: Kabuki and Other Traditional Music (Nonesuch, 1980)

Unidentifed musician, “Shaman’s Incantation,” Musique Dayak (Vogue, 1972)
Pak Pomhum, No Jongak and Chang Dokhwa, “Piri-Sinawi,” Sinawi Music of Korea (King, 1992)
Prima Materia, “The Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost,” Meditations (Knitting Factory Works, 1995)

Vijay Iyer, “Utopia of a Tired Man,” Architextures (Asian Improv, 1998)


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