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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—January 20, 2008—
 

3:00-4:00

Leandro Apaza Ramos, “La Valicha,” Peruvian Harp and Mandolin: The Blind Street Musicians of Cusco (Music of the World, 1995)
El Sexteto Tabalá de San Basilio de Palenque, “Clavo y Martillo,” Colombia: El Sexteto Tabalá (Ocora, 1998)
Batata y Su Rumba Palenquera, “Arriba Voy, Abajo Vengo,” Radio Bakongo (Network, 2003)

The Mighty Sparrow, “Martin Luther King,” The Mighty Sparrow Sings True Life Stories of Passion, People, Politics (Mace, 1965)
Reverend Gary Davis, “Samson and Delilah,” New Blues and Gospel (Biograph, n.d.)
Charles Mingus Quartet, “Original Faubus Fables,” The Complete Candid Recordings of Charles Mingus (Mosaic, 1985)

Charlie Haden/Quartet West, “Our Spanish Love Song,” “Always Say Goodbye” (Verve, 1994)
Lucho Bowen, “Con Todo el Alma,” Música Vieja Vol. 2 (Sonolux, 1990)
Duquende, “Pienso en Ti,” Duquende (Nuevos Medios, 1993)

Diego Amador, “Comparito,” Piano Jondo (Milestone, 2003)


4:00-5:00

Trio M, “Secrets to Tell You,” Big Picture (Cryptogramophone, 2007)
Roscoe Mitchell, “Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3: Part VIII,” Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (ECM, 2007)

Peter Brotzmann, Fred Hopkins and Rashied Ali, “No Messages,” Songlines: Music Is a Memory Bank for Finding One’s Way about the World (FMP, 1994)
Moudaksou and Ensemble, “Récit Chanté Massa,” Anthologie de la Musique du Tchad (Ocora, 1968)
Abakar Moustapha and Ensemble, “Orchestre Kanembou d’Abakar Moustapha,” Anthologie de la Musique du Tchad (Ocora, 1968)

Hamid Drake and Sabir Mateen, “Of Mind and Spirit,” Brothers Together (Eremite, 2002)
Max Roach, “The Dream/It’s Time,” Chattahoochee Red (Columbia, 1981)


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