African Rhythms, KFAI 04/19/12

Music from Rob (Ghana, ’70s), Witch (Zambia, ’70s), I.K. Dairo (Nigeria, ’90s) and Karantamba (The Gambia, ’80s) was mixed with contemporary efforts from Chicha Libre, Congo Sanchez, Afrolicious and others on today’s African Rhythms on KFAI. The show can be heard via MP3 stream at the KFAI site, where you can also find the playlist.

Africa, The Illustrated Encyclopedia (Grosset and Dunlap 1959)

RobMake It Fast, Make It Slow
album: Make It Fast, Make It Slow; label: Soundway
WitchLiving in the Past
album: In the Past; label: Now Again
Griselda SorianoLa Trampa
album: La Familia Soriano; label: iASO Records
Chicha LibreLa Plata (en mi Carrito de Lata)
album: Canibalismo; label: Barbes Records
Susana BacaLa Reina de Africa
album: Afrodiaspora; label: Luaka Bop
Boris GardinerNegril
album: Calypsoul 70; label: Strut
I.K. Dairo & his Blue SpotsYamanta (Ladies)
album: Ashiko; label: Xenophile
KarantambaSatay Muso
album: Ndigal; label: Teranga Beat
Touré-Raichel CollectiveTouré featuring Frédéric Yennet
album: The Tel Aviv Session; label: Cumbancha
Michael KiwanukaI’m Getting Ready
album: Getting Ready; label: Communion
AfroliciousBade Malou
album: Pleasuretime; label: ESL
ItalsIna Disya Time
album: Real Authentic Reggae volume 1; label: BBE
The AbyssiniansDeclaration of Rights
album: Satta Massagana; label: Heartbeat
Wailing SoulsBredda Gravalicious
album: Tougher Than Tough; label: Mango
Gregory IsaacsConfirm Reservation
album: More Gregory; label: Island
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80You Can Run
album: From Africa with Fury – Rise; label: Knitting Factory
Tony AllenAyenlo
album: Secret Agent; label: Nonesuch
Original Broadway CastUpside Down
album: Fela!; label: Knitting Factory
GigiGud Fella
album: Gigi; label: Palm Pictures
Asmara All StarsHaki featuring Yosef Tschaye
album: Eritrea’s Got Soul; label: Out Here
Congo SanchezT.E.T.O. (strut)
album: Volume 1; label: ESL
Coulibaly TidianiSie Koumgolo
album: Bambara Mystic Soul — The Raw Sound of Burkina Faso 1974-1979; label: Analog Africa
Mankoku QuartetDedication (to Daddy Trane and Brother Shorter)
album: Next Stop… Soweto volume 3; label: Strut
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