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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—May 4, 2008—
 

3:00-4:00

Birame N’Diaye, “N’Déwé Déwé Yo,” Senegal: Nalanke Pular: A Fulbe Griot (VDE-Gallo, 2005)
Kassé Mady Diabaté, Bako Dagnon, Sékouba “Bambino” Diabaté and Kandia Kouyaté, “Touramagan,” Mandekalou: The Art and Soul of the Mande Griots (Syllart, 2004)

Ramón el Portugués, “Raíces,” Gitanos de la Plaza (Nuevos Medios, 1992)
Mark Dresser, “For Scodanibbio,” Unveil (Clean Feed, 2005)
Chano Domínguez Septet, “A Mi Padre,” Oye cómo Viene (Lola, 2002)

Nassir Shamma, “Une Nuit Paisable à Baghdad,” Le Luth de Baghdad (Institut du Monde Arabe, 1995)
L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio, “Suite Ninderli” and “Tarareando,” L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio (Apollo 11/World Music, 2005)


4:00-5:00

Albert Ayler, “Angels,” Spirits Rejoice (ESP, 1965)
Mihály Dresch Quartet, “Argyélus,” Argyélus (Budapest Music Center, 2007)
Leroy Jenkins, “Albert Ayler,” The Legend of Ai Glatson (Black Saint, 1978)

Leroy Jenkins’ Driftwood, “The Art of Improvisation: Part 1: To Live,” The Art of Improvisation (Mutable Music, 2005)
Roscoe Mitchell, “Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3: Part VIII,” Composition/Improvisation Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (ECM, 2007)

John Carter, “The Silent Drum,” Dance of the Love Ghosts (Gramavision, 1987)


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