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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—September 24, 2006—
  3:00-4:00

Franco and T.P.O.K. Jazz, “Mario” and “Mono Muntu Nleki Amo Ta Ndila,” Still Alive (Koch International, 1990)

Franco and T.P.O.K. Jazz, “Tailleur,” The Rough Guide to Franco (World Music Network, 2001)
Los Afro-Salseros de Senegal, “Teungeuth,” Los Afro-Salseros de Senegal en La Habana (Popular African Music, 2002)
Cachao, “Mi Guajira,” Master Sessions Volume 1 (Crescent Moon, 1994)

Mila na Utamaduni (Culture Musical Club), “Mapenzi Matamu,” Spices of Zanzibar (Network, 1996)
Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club, Zanzibara 1: 1905-2005 / A Hundred Years of Taarab in Zanzibar (Buda, 2005)


4:00-5:00

Fred Anderson, “By Many Names,” Timeless (Delmark, 2006)
Ramnad Krishnan, “Tarangam: Govardhana,” Vidwan: Songs of the Carnatic Tradition (Nonesuch, n.d.)

Unidentified musician, “Bounkam Solo,” Africa: Drum, Chant and Instrumental Music (Nonesuch, 1976)
John Coltrane, “Nature Boy,” The New Wave in Jazz (Impulse, 1965)
John Coltrane, “Expression,” Expression (Impulse, 1967)

Prince Lasha and the Odean Pope Trio, “John the Gospel,” The Mystery of Prince Lasha (CIMP, 2005)
David S. Ware Quartet, “Sentient Compassion,” Live in the World (Thirsty Ear, 2005)


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