Podcast: Out Of Africa (October 2021)

We all came from Africa
Out Of Africa

A trip into world music through an African perspective, insight and inspiration!

We all came from Africa!

In this show, we travel from Congo's beautiful voices, Franco and its famous O.K Jazz Orchestra, jazz from Ethiopia, the famous ethio-jazz, with its oriental expressions, and South African jazz, with its unique flavours and characteristics. We still have time to explore the new afro-jazz-beat scene coming from Europe, via Africa, with The Dylema Collective, Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble and Balimaya Project!

Music is the glue that connects humanity as ONE!

 

(Aired on September 8th on RFM Stereo, 96.5, from Angolan National Radio – Rádio Nacional de Angola)

 

 

Track list:

  • Kalé & RogerChanson d´Orfée [from Sourbourn African Jazz N.º5; 1962]
  • Franco et le OK JazzBoma L´Heure [from African Pearls Congo 70 – Rumba Rock ; Discograph, 2008]
  • Munsi KwamyGodo Pauline [from Pas Un Pas Sans…The Boleros of O.K Jazz 1957-1977; Planet Ilunga, 2020]
  • Marcela EbibiJe T’Attends [from Pas Un Pas Sans…The Boleros of O.K Jazz 1957-1977; Planet Ilunga, 2020]
  • Kidane e Tesfa-MaryamHeywete [from Ethiopiques – Vol 10: Ethiopian Blues & Ballads; Buda Musique, 2002]
  • Mahmoud – Metche New [from The Very Best of Éthiopiques, Manteca, 2007]
  • Paul Hanmer & Dave ReynoldsMeeting of the Women
  • Mc Coy MrubataCape Samba (Recorded Live for World Café) [from Tears of Joy; Sheer Sound, 1998]
  • Hotep Idris GaletaHarold Bossa [from Malay Tone Poem; Sheer Sound, 2002]
  • Moses Taiwa MolelekwaSpirits of Thembisa 
  • The Dylema Collective – Knight for tonight (Played live at Sofar music festival, London 2016)
  • Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble – Mamari [from Mamari; Rebel Up Records, 2021]
  • Muito Kaballa Power Ensemble – Aga Aga [from Mamari; Rebel Up Records, 2021]
  • Balimaya Project – Balimaya [from Wo Solo; jazz:re:freshed, 2021]
  • Franco & Le TP OK Jazz – Tolinganaki Toboyanaki [from Pas Un Pas Sans…The Boleros of O.K Jazz 1957-1977; Planet Ilunga, 2020]

 

 

 

– Listen in to all of Out of Africa previous episodes HERE –




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