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—August 19, 2007—


Henry Williams, Henry Thomas, Margaret Wright and Edna Wright, “Where Are You Then,” Rastlin’ Jacob: The Music of the Spiritual Baptists of Trinidad (Rounder, 2003)
Mr. Frederick and Shango Group, “Eshu Bara,” Peter Was a Fisherman: The 1939 Trinidad Field Recordings of Melville and Frances Herskovits, Vol. 1 (Rounder, 1998)
Lágbájá, “Olagbaja Ma Tun De O,”Me (Motherlan’ Music, 2000)

Mustapha Tettey Addy and Oboade, “Osei,” “Drum Talk” and “Calabash Song,” Music of Ghana: Kpanlogo Party with Oboade (Lyrichord, n.d.)

Max Roach Trio, “Almost Like Me,” The Max Roach Trio Featuring the Legendary Hasaan (Atlantic, 1965)
The Master Musicians of Jajouka, “Sbar Yagelbi Sbar,” Apocalypse Across the Sky (Axiom, 1992)
Juan Carmona, “Ronda,” “Noche” and “Esperando,” Orillas (Mi5, 2007)


Craig Harris and the Nation of the Imagination, “Love,” Istanbul (Doublemoon, 1998)

Sonny Rollins with Clifford Brown and Max Roach, “Valse Hot,” 3 Giants! (Prestige, 1963)
Max Roach and Anthony Braxton, “Birth,” Birth and Rebirth (Black Saint, 1978)

Trilok Gurtu, “Law Years,” The Glimpse (Silva Screen, 1997)
Salif Keita and Kante Manfila, “I Djo Fama,” “The Lost Album” (White Swan, 2005)
Ricardo Lemvo and Makina Loca, “Prima Donna (Petit Nzele)” Tata Masamba (Mopiato Music, 1996)

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