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 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

—August 26, 2007—


Sonic Liberation Front, “Gema Oculta,” Ashé a Go-Go (High Two, 2004)
Steve Coleman and Five Elements, “Jeannine’s Sizzling (From Fire Revisited and Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time),” Def Trance Beat (Modalities of Rhythm) (Novus, 1995)

Donald Byrd, “Jeannine,” Donald Byrd at the Half Note Café, Vol. 2 (Blue Note, n.d.)
Philly Joe Jones and Elvin Jones, “Le Roi,” Philly Joe Jones and Elvin Jones Together! (Atlantic, n.d.)

Mohammed Wardi, “Al Nas al Giyafa,” Mohammed Wardi Live in Addis Ababa – 1994 (Rags, 1994)
Mahmoud Ahmed, “Yèshèga Lidj Nègèr,” Mahmoud Ahmed Live in Paris (Long Distance, 1997)
Abyssinia Infinite, “Bati Bati,” Zion Roots (Network, 2003)


Najma, “Apne Hathon,” Atish (Shanachie, 1990)
Ettab, “Hawa Latil,”The Very Best of Ettab from Relax-In, Vol. 1 (Relax-In, 1989)
Rasha, “Aquis Mahasnik Biman,” Sundaniyat (Intuition,/Nubenegra 1997)

Dinah Washington, “New Blowtop Blues,” A Slick Chick (on the Mellow Side): The Rhythm & Blues Years (EmArcy, 1983)
Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet, “Joy Spring,” Compact Jazz – Clifford Brown (EmArcy, 1990)
Youssou N’Dour, “Nanette Ada,” Djamil: Inédits 84-85 (Celluloid, n.d.)

Kouyate Sory Kandia, “Tara,” Kouyate Sory Kandia (Syliphone, n.d.)
Les Amazones de Guineé, “Sona,” Les Amazones de Guineé au Coeur de Paris (Bolibana, 1983)
Les Soeurs Diabaté, “Touni,” Donkili Diarabi (Guinean Lovesongs) (Popular African Music, 2002)

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