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 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

—July 15, 2007—


Kanté Manfila and Balla Kalla, “Naroumba Condé,” Kankan Blues (Popular African Music, 1991)
Djessou Mory Kanté, “Telemba,” Guitare Sèche (Popular African Music, 1997)

Wes Montgomery, “Mellow Mood,” Wes Montgomery: The Silver Collection (Verve, 1984)
Kanté Manfila, “Moh Kan,” Diniya (Esperance, 1990)
A. Spencer Barefield, “Escape from Bizarro World,” After the End (Sound Aspects, 1989)

Roscoe Mitchell Sound Ensemble, “Snurdy McGurdy and Her Dancin’ Shoes” and “Spirits among Stones,” Roscoe Mitchell Sound Ensemble Live in Detroit (CECMA, 1989)


Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Egypt 80, “Power Show,” Original Suffer Head (Lagos International, n.d.)

West African Rhythm Brothers, “Mofi Ajobi Seyin,” London Is the Place for Me 3: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell (Honest Jon’s, 2006)
Mona Baptiste, “Calypso Blues,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jon’s, 2005)
Lord Kitchener, “Kitch’s Bebop Calypso,” London Is the Place for Me 3: Trinidadian Calypso in London, 1950-1956 (Honest Jon’s, 2002)
Charlie Parker Quintet, “Bongo Bop (Take A),” Bebop & Bird, Volume 1 (Hipsville/Rhino, 1988)
Sonny Rollins, “Bluesongo,” What’s New? (RCA, 1962)

Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society with Twins Seven Seven and His Band, “Iré,” Ronald Shannon with Twins Seven Seven Live at the Caravan of Dreams (Caravan of Dreams, 1986)

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