African Rhythms, KFAI 07/14/11

Michael Kiwanuka was born in London to Ugandan emigrés a mere twenty-three years ago. He’s just released his first EP, Tell Me a Tale, from which we heard the soulful track I Need Your Company on today’s edition of African Rhythms, along with a rich assortment of other music from South Africa, Niger, Mali, Mauritius and points beyond. The entire show is available as an MP3 stream at the KFAI site for two weeks.

Mo Kolours – Biddies (Truth is Light edit)
album: Drum Talking EP; label: One Handed Music

Michael Kiwanuka – I Need Your Company
album: Tell Me a Tale EP; label: Communion Records

Terakaft – Alghalem
album: Aratan N Azawad; label: World Village

Group Bombino – Imouhare
album: Guitars from Agadez volume 2; label: Sublime Frequencies

Nickodemus – N’Dini
album: Sun People EP; label: ESL

Issa Bagayogo – Koroto
album: Tassoumakan; label: Six Degrees

Rokia Traore – Koronoko
album: Tchamantche; label: Nonesuch

Femi Kuti – Now You See
album: Africa for Africa; label: Knitting Factory

T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rhythmo de Cotonou – Yao Yao
album: African Dancefloor Classics; label: Popular African Music

Moussa Doumbia – Samba
album: Keleya: Malian Funk Music of the 70’s; label: Discograph

Konono No. 1 – Fula Fula
album: Assume Crash Position; label: Crammed Discs

Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars with DJ Logic – Jah Mercy remix
album: Rise and Shine; label: Cumbancha

The Pioneers – Bus Them Shut
album: Pusher Man; label: Squad Disco

Black Uhuru – Rent Man
album: 12″; label: DEB Music

Philip Malela – Intandane (part 1)
album: Next Stop… Soweto volume 2; label: Strut

Simphewe Dana – Ndim Iqhawe (part 2)
album: Kulture Noir; label: Gallo

Baaba Maal – Miracle
album: Television; label: Palm Pictures

Sara Tavares – Bom Feeling
album: Balance; label: Times Square

Mayra Andrade & Trio Mocotó – Berimbau
album: Red Hot + Rio 2; label: e one

Les Barons – Lagos Sound System
album: Afrobeat Sessions; label: Union Square

Da Cruz – Tschu Tschu
album: Sistema Subversiva; label: Six Degrees

Solomon Ilori & his Afro Drum Ensemble – Igbesi Aiye
album: 12″; label: Honest Jons

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