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Episode #2729

New Americans: Africa

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Thursday, December 04, 2008

Listen to music by foreign-born artists from Africa, including Mandingo griot Foday Musa Suso (Gambia), Moroccan trance musician Hassan Hakmoun, master drummer Obo Addy (Ghana) with the Kronos Quartet, kora player Mamadou Diabate (Mali), and others.

PROGRAM #2729, New American Voices, III: Africa (First aired on Tuesday, 10/23/07)


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RECORDING

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Mickey Hart with Babtunde Olatunji

At The Edge

Brainstorm, excerpt [1:00]

Rykodisc #10124 ** www.rykodisc.com

Philip Glass & Foday Musa Suso

Music From the Screens

The Mad Cadi's Court [2:30]
Said And His Shadow Dance [3:00]
Wanda's Whorehouse [2:30]

Point #432 996 Out of print, but try Amazon.com B0000040UP or info at www.philipglass.com

Hassan Hakmoun

Spirit

Sala, Allaho, Alaik [7:30]

Healing Records 2005 Out of print. But the song appears on "The Gift." Info at www.hassanhakmoun.com

Ben Allison w/Mamadou Diabate

Peace Pipe

Slap Happy [8:00]

Palmetto #2086 ** www.palmetto-records.com *

Dee Dee Bridgewater

Red Earth - A Malian Journey

Bad Spirits (Bani) [6:00]

DDB #B0009091 ** www.emarcy.com

Kronos Quartet

Pieces of Africa

Obo Addy: Wawshishijay [5:00]

Nonesuch #79275** www.nonesuch.com*

Wu Man (with James Makabuya)

And Friends

Nandere [3:00]

Traditional Crossroads #4329 www.traditional-crossroads.com

Kronos Quartet

Pieces of Africa

J. Tamusuza: Ekitundu Ekisooka (first mvmt.) [4:00]

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Comments [1]

cutny from Brooklyn

oh. I hope I am commenting in the right place. I liked the William Burroughs/Bill Laswell piece at the end of the show.

I've been reading the final Burroughs thoughts/journal "Last Words" and enjoying it even as I try to follow the references.

Was thinking I should try to track down the Burroughs/Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy record. I especially dig "Words of Advice for (to?) Young People." Anyway...thanks for the nice show.

Dec. 04 2008 08:03 AM

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