Podcast: Out Of Africa (June 2021)

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This show is a trip through world music and global beats searching for the Oneness in humanity, regardless of all geographical, political, economic and all kinds of divisions, and identifications we might all have, in these times of uncertainties we search for Unity.  The unity that music brings to us…

In this show, we move from the music against dictatorship in Brasil through the desert of Sinai across the Sahara Desert singing for peace and unity. A trip to the songs of people’s freedom and liberty across the globe!

Music is the glue that connects humankind as One.

Track list:

  1. Mária Bethânia – Cálice [from Alibi; Universal Music Group, 1978]
  2. Faran EnsambleDune[from Faran; KAMEA, 2013]
  3. TinariwenTenere Maloulat feat Warren Ellis [from Amadjar, ANTI, 2019]
  4. Salif Keita & Cesária ÉvoraYamore[from Moffou, Universal, 2002]
  5. Manu ChaoBella Ciao[from Live in Radio Popolare; 1999]
  6. Zé do PauCaminhos da Liberdade [from Angola as 100 grande musicas 60/70 [Disc 1]; Iplay, 2009]
  7. Paulo Flores Xé Povo [from Xé Povo; Maianga Discos, 2005]
  8. LuraBatuku [from Di Korpu Ku Alma; Lusafrica, 2005]
  9. Anthony Joseph Time: Archeology [from Time; Heavenly Sweetness, 2013]
  10. Fela Kuti – Everything Scatter [from Everything Scatter; 1975]
  11. Lijadu Sisters – Orere Elejigbo [from Horizon Unlimited; Afrodisia, 1979]
  12. Akaba Man & The Niggie RocketsTa Gha Hunsimwen [from Edo Funk Explosion Vol 1; Analog Africa, 2021]
  13. Amerigo GazawayThe Stake is High [from Fela Soul; 2011]
  14.  Linton Kwesi Johnson – Shocking Dub [from LKJ in Dub; Mango Records, 1980]
  15. Alpha Blondy – Brigadier Sabadi [from Jah Glory; Syllart, 1983]
  16. Eddy Grant Living in the Frontline[from Eddy Grant – The Very Best Of Eddy Grant Road To reparation; Mercury, 2008
  17. Linton Kwesi Johnson Independant Intravenshan [from Independant Intavenshan (The Island Anthology); Island Records, 1998]

 

 

 

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




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