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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—October 15, 2006—
  3:00-4:00

Mohammad Musavi, “Tchahargah,” Iran: The Ney of Mohammad Musavi (Buda, 1994)

Mohammad Musavi, “Bayat-e Tork,” Iran: The Ney of Mohammad Musavi (Buda, 1994)
Anthony Brown’s Asian American Orchestra, “Tourist Point of View,” Far East Suite (Asian Improv, 1999)

James Newton, “Fleurette Africaine,” The African Flower (Blue Note, 1985)
Duke Ellington, “Switch Blade,” Money Jungle (Blue Note, 1986)
Mamani Keita and Marc Minelli, “N’ka Willy,” Electro Bamako (Palm, 2003)


4:00-5:00

Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra, “Throughout,” Not in Our Name (Verve, 2005)
Susana Baca, “Guillermina,” Travesías (Luaka Bop, 2006)
Tania Libertad, “La Cotorrita,” Costa Negra (World Village, 2002)

Ambrose Adekoya Campbell and the West African Rhythm Brothers, “Ayami,” London Is the Place for Me 3: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (Honest Jons, 2006)
Lord Beginner, “General Election,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso and Kwela, Highlife and Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jons, 2005)
Lord Beginner, “Fed-A-Ray,” London Is the Place for Me 1: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956 (Honest Jons, 2002)
Neville Marcano, “Señorita Panchita #2,” The Growling Tiger of Calypso (Rounder, 1998)

Michel Martelly and Black Alex, “Pa Manven Fanm Nan,” Haitian Troubadours (Next Music/Sono, 2001)
Enzo Enzo, “Juste Quelqu’un de Bien,” French Café (Putumayo, 2003)
Henri Salvador, “Jardin d’Hiver,” Chambre avec Vue (Exxos, 2001)
Modern Jazz Quartet, “Natural Affection,” The Sheriff (Atlantic, 1964)

Sergio Ricardo, “Zelão,” Apoteose ao Samba, Volume II (EMI, 1997)
Dona Ivone Lara and Clementina de Jesus, “Sonho Meu,” Apoteose ao Samba, Volume II (EMI, 1997)


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