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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—January 28, 2007—
  3:00-4:00

Unidentified musicians, “Inkera,” Polyphonie des Twa du Rwanda (Fonti Musicali, 1993)
Sun Ra, “The Order of the Pharaonic Jesters,” The Great Lost Sun Ra Albums: Cymbals and Crystal Spears (Evidence, 2000)

Sun Ra, “The Eternal Sphynx,” The Great Lost Sun Ra Albums: Cymbals and Crystal Spears (Evidence, 2000)
Cheick Tidiane Seck, “M’Baoudi,” MandinGroove (Universal Music, 2003)
Lawrence D. “Butch” Morris, “TIT for TAT (Part 2),” Conduction #70: TIT for TAT (For 4 Ears, n.d.)

William Parker/In Order to Survive, “Posium Pendasem #3,” The Peach Orchard (Aum Fidelity, 1998)
Shafqat Ali Khan, “Raga: Chandrakauns (Khayal),” Salamat Remembers Nazakat (Magnasound, 1992)


4:00-5:00

Hossein Omoumi, “Dastgah-e Chahargah: Muyeh, Hesar, mokhalef, Zarbi-e mokhalef and mansuri,” Persian Classical Music (Nimbus, 1993)
Such, “Para’ 3,” The Issue at Hand (Matchless, 1999)

Randy Weston, “Casbah Kids,” Saga (Verve, 1995)
Houria Aichi, “Salah,” Chants de l’Aurès (Auvidis, 1990)
Najat Aatabou, “J’en ai marre,” Le Meilleur de Najat Aatabou: Chants et Musiques du Maroc (Blue Silver, 1993)

Unidentified musicians, “Nyabingi Medley,” Drums of Defiance: Maroon Music from the Earliest Free Black Communities of Jamaica (Smithsonian Folkways, 1992)


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