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TANGANYIKA STRUT
 Sundays, 3pm - 5 pm

Host: NATE MACKEY
—July 6, 2008—
 

3:00-4:00

Pierre Akendengue, “Bekelia,”Gorée (Lusafrica, 2006)
Pierre Akendengue, “Chant du Coupeur d’Okoume,” Nandipo (Saravah, n.d.)

Lamine Konté, “Negritude,” Chant du Nègre… Chant du Monde (Arion, 1977)
Unidentified musicians, “Ensemble de Trompes,” Musique Gouro de Côte d’Ivoire (Ocora, n.d.)
Jacques Coursil, “Monchoachi, Wélélé Nou (Nos Clameurs),” Clameurs (Sunnyside, 2007)

Jacques Coursil Unit, “Duke,” Way Ahead (BYG, 1969)
William Parker/Raining on the Moon, “Old Tears,” Corn Meal Dance (AUM Fidelity, 2007)
Susana Baca, “Negra Presentuosa,” Susana Baca (Luaka Bop/Warner Bros., 1997)
Tania Libertad, “Dos Gardenias,” Negro Color (World Village, 2004)


4:00-5:00

John Lewis, “The Stranger,” The Wonderful World of Jazz (Atlantic, 1988)
Angel Canales, “En Ti,” El Diferente (Selenac, n.d.)
Edwin Colón Zayas y Su Taller Campesino, “Seis Milonguero,” Bien Jíbaro: Country Music of Puerto Rico (Rounder, 1994)
Baltazar Carrero, “El Jíbaro de Rincón, “ Tierra Adentro: Mountain Music (Ansonia, n.d.)

Sexteto Criollo Puertorriqueño, “Las Mujeres de Borinquen,” Caliente = Hot: Puerto Rican and Cuban Musical Expression in New York (New World, 1977)
SAR All-Stars, “Lamento Borincano,” SAR All-Stars Interpretan a Rafael Hernandez (SAR, 1991)
Growling Tiger, “Medley,” Knockdown Calypsos (Rounder, 1979)

Lord Invader, “My Experience on the Reperbahn,” Calypso in New York (Smithsonian Folkways, 2000)
Mona Baptiste, “Calypso Blues,” London Is the Place for Me 2: Calypso & Kwela, Highlife & Jazz from Young Black London (Honest Jon’s, 2005)


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