Playlist For #1068

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1. Barcelona Big Latin Band ‘Latin Cha Cha’ Tk 5 #669 7.21
Directed by Dani Alonso, the Barcelona Big Band is made up by some of the best jazz specialists in Ca-teh-loh-nia. They open this edition of Hg with a chart from their playbook titled, Latin Cha Cha. 29 Festival Internacional Jazz Barcelona, AYVA Musica, 1997
2. Dobet Gnahore ‘Dala’ alb Tk 1 3.49
Dobet Gnahoré, a singer, dancer and percussionist from the Ivory Coast, shares the song Dala, sung in the Dida language of the Ivory Coast, laments the pitfalls of being held captive by the want of money…money, sings Dobet, has taken control, it does not make the person, show respect for each other first. Na Afriki, Cumbancha, 2007
3. Moana & The Tribe ft DJakapurra Munyarryun, Horomona Horo And Breabach ‘Water People’’ Sgls #105 Tk 10 6.18
One of New Zealand’s most prominent musical ambassadors, Moana Maniapoto offers a musical taste of Acnient Maori traditional music. The sound intersects with 21st century technology. Maniapoto and friends divulge the results titled Water People.
Mazal, World Village, 2014
4. Earth Wheel Sky Band ‘Gipsy Tango’ Alb Tk 8 2.48
Serbia might not be the first place you think of when the genre of than-go comes to mind, and yet Than-go birthed in Argentina is among other local forms in Serbia, largely because of the work of the ensemble, Earth-Wheel-Sky –Band. They present the number, Gipsy Tahn-go. Tango Around The World, Putumayo World Music, 2007
5. String Sisters ‘The Champagne Jig Goes To Columbia/ Pat & Al’s Jig’ Alb Tk 14 3.12
The String Sisters, the Grammy long-listed folk super-group made up of six of the world’s leading women fiddlers – led by Shetland fiddler Catriona MacDonald who brought together friends and collaborators from Ireland, USA, Norway and Sweden. The String Sisters combine two works, the champagne Jig Goes to Columbia blended with Pat and Al’s Jig. Live: Grappa Musikkforlag, 2007
Førde Traditional & World Music Festival 25th Anniversary Sampler
6. Cesaria Evora ‘Carnaval de Sao Vicente’ #855 Tk 11 3.49
A good number of the works performed by Cesaria Evora, from the São Vicente Island, Cape Verde, are rooted in her country’s national style called morna. Evora, known as the “barefoot diva” for her preference for performing without shoes, is even after death a popular singer. Evora steps into a lively and festive number called,
Car Nah Vahl Gee Soe Vih-sin-chee. Café Atlantico, Lusafrica, 1999
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7. Miriam Makeba ‘Samba’ #669 Tk 15 4.57
The late Miriam Makeba was born in Johannesburg in 1932. She and her future husband Hugh Masekela, would both have long and successful careers as artists. Masekela still performs today. Makeba would come to meet American artist, Harry Belafonte, who assisted her in gaining entry to and fame in the United States. With Belafonte in 1966, Makeba received a Grammy Award for Best Folk Recording titled, “An Evening With Belafonte and Miriam Makeba. That was just the beginning. Here is Makeba with Samba. Gilles Peterson In Africa, Ether, 2005
8. Filé ‘Pon de Vue’ Cmpl Tk 1 3.31
Believed to be of First Nation origin, the Louisiana cuisine spice Filé, is the name selected by the group Filé, who like the spice used in a recipe for the traditional dish, gumbo, an African name by the way, cooks up their own musical dish on the tune Pohn deh Vue, a tale about a girl who wants to go to a dance, her mother says no, but she goes anyway. En route, the girl starts to dance on a bridge, it breaks leaving us with the important adage of listening to your mother. Cajun, Putumayo World Music, 2014
9. Kaya ‘Vulamasango’ Alb Tk 11 3.13
Kai-Yah is an Afro Pop band hailing from South Africa. Voo-Lah-Muh-Sun-go, Open Doors, tells of a young man who has been unfaithful to his girlfriend. Pleading for forgiveness, the man seeks reconciliation with his fiancee’s parents by offering them lobola, the African custom of paying the fiancee’s family, a dowry. Things did not go well, as they refuse his offer and essentially directs him to Voo-Lah-Muh-Sun-go –open the doors and depart. South Africa, Putumayo World Music, 2010
10. Béla Fleck/Abigail Washburn ‘What’cha Gonna Do’ Sgls#105 Tk 4 3.50
American banjo player Bela Fleck, celebrated as one of the world’s most innovative and technically proficient banjo players, joins Abigail Washburn, American clawhammer banjo player and singer on the dittie, What’cha Gonna Do.
Songs of Time Lost, No Format!, 2014
11. Les Fréres Guissé ‘Metro – Boulot – Dodo’ Cmpl Tk 1 4.17
Lay Freh-ress Gee-see-aye, hail from the Fouta region of Senegal. Here they perform Metro-Boo-lue Due-due, metro work sleep, the story is about daily life in Paris for those who are immigrants who, state the artists, miss their homeland, struggle to get by in a fast-paced foreign city . Café Del Mundo, Putumayo World Music, 2014
12. R. Carlos Nakai And Will Clipman ‘First Morning (Putumayo Version)’ Cmpl Tk 3 3.17
Renomed practitioner of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai collaborates with percussionist Will Clipman on the pastoral work, First Morning.
Native American, Putumayo World Music, 2014
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13. Cambridge Singers ‘My Bonny Lass She Smileth’ Alb Tk 1 2.05
The Cambridge Singers is an English mixed-voice chamber choir, formed in 1981 by their director John Rutter for the expressed purpose of making recordings. Their repertoire includes My Bonny Lass She Smileth by English Renaissance composer Thomas Morely, one of the foremost members of the English Madrigal School to which this choral work was assigned. Flora Gave Fairest Flowers, Collegium Records, 1987
14. Deep Forest ‘Will You Be Ready’ #747 Tk 12 5:20
Deep Forest is a world renowned band with an equally impressive global following. The lament, Will You Be Ready features Angela Mccluskey and Chi-to-se Ha-ji-me.
Music Detected, Sbme Import, 2002
15. Count Basie Orch “In A Sentimental Mood” #669 Tk 2 4.30
William James “Count” Basie was born on August 21,1904 in Red Bank, New Jersey. He started out to be a drummer, but the obvious talents of another young Red Bank drummer, Sonny Greer (who was Duke Ellington’s drummer from 1919 to 1951), discouraged young Basie and so he switched to piano. While he was in his late teens, he gravitated to Harlem, where he met Fats Waller who taught him how to play organ as well. Big band leaders and composers don’t get any bigger. Here’s Basie and his Orchestra with an adaptation of Ellington’s, In A Sentimental Mood.
Count Plays Duke, Mama Foundation, 1998s
16. Ndumiso ‘Mofolo Hall (Akulalwa)’ Alb Tk 12 3.56
Following in the footsteps of fellow South African trumpet player Hugh Masekela, is
N’-doo-mee-shoh with his own Pan African cultural style popularized by Masekela worldwide. N’-doo-mee-shoh calls the piece Mofolo Hall – Ah-koo-lah-wah), complete with k’wai-to (South Africa’s variation on hip hope blended with township music, house music, dance hall and rap that showcases a catchy horn riff.
African Groove, Putumayo World Music, 2003
17. Colin Hay ‘Down Under (Acoustic Vers)’ Cmpl Tk 5 3.33
Scottish Australian musician Colin Hay presents Down Under.
Australia, Putumayo World Music, 2014
18. Quartango ‘Oblivion’ Alb Tk 2 3.53
Four classically trained French-Canadian musicians known as Quartahn-go explore their passion for tango on Oblivion, a composition first crafted by Bandoneon sensation Astor Pia-zoy-yah. Quartango, Quartango, 2009

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#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 4
19. Placido Domingo; Bebu Silvetti: VVC Symphonic Orchestra
‘Granada’, Classic CD (Spanish Music) Tk 16 4:10
José Plácido Domingo, the Spanish tenor and conductor known for his versatile and strong voice sings Granada, is a Mexican song written in 1932 by Agustín Lara. about the Spanish city, Granada. The aria has become a standard vocal work in operatic repertoire. Lara: Bajo el Cielo Espanol, Sony BMG Music, 1996
20. New Orleans Klezmer Allstars ‘Dr. Lizard’ KlezBab Tk6 7:16
The last decade of the 20th century saw a revival of European Jewish musical form, klezmer music, with groups like the Klezmatics and the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, just to name two of many talented collectives. Out of this renaissance came the New Orleans Klezmer All Stars, adding a twist to Jewish roots music, and centered on the musical traditions of the group’s hometown. Street parades and Mardi Gras music, Dixieland, traditional, and contemporary jazz wedded traditional Yiddish tunes with compositions that produced a unique sound. Dr. Lizard is among them.
Fresh Out The Past, Shanachie Entertainment, 2005
21. Karen Gafurdjanov ‘Yor Uzga’ Alb Tk 6 3.34
The tune Yor Uz-ga is a funky dance number in which the ru-bob (a long necked fretted lute) and the ghi-jak ( a spiked fiddle) play a prominent role with the flavors of bhangra – the Indian dance style along with a touch of Western hip hop led by the voice of
Kah-rehn Gehr-foo-Zha-nah, who is one Uzbekistan’s biggest pop stars.
Gypsy Groove, Putumayo World Music, 2007
22. Afenginn ‘Inuana Segregatis’ WorMuUndNrLights Tk 10 3:58
Blend a tune with unique Balkan rhythms, the speed of klezmer, some fast-tempoed polkas, a dash of classical music’s compositional style, call up Ah-fen-ginn, a contemporary folk music band formed in Copenhagen in 2002 whose name by the way means intoxication and strength in old norse and vuh-Wah-lah (voilá) you created the dish Een-wah-nah Say-gree-gah-teess) Inuana Segregatis.
Hotel VW, Warner Chappell, 2008 (Songlines Magazine #64 Nov/Dec Issue, 2009)
23. Mario Bauza/Afro Cuban Orc “Mamba Ricon” #669 Tk 14 4.58
A talented section player who rarely soloed, Mario (Bahw-sah) Bauzá’s main importance to music was behind the scenes as one of the key presenters of Afro-Cuban jazz. Bahw-sah, a multi-instrumentalist, played clarinet and oboe with the Havana Philharmonic before moving to New York in 1930. During a stint with the famed pianist, Noble Sissle in 1932, he switched to trumpet. As a musical director with the legendary drummer Chick Webb, Bauzá helped convince Webb of the potential greatness of up and coming singer, Ella Fitzgerald. Bahw-sah and the Afro Cuban Orchestra render Mambo Ree-cohn. The Tanga Suite, Messidor, 1991
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24. Tshala Muana ‘Muamba’ Alb Tk 3 5.54
The leading singer of Mutuashi, the Afro-Cuban-influenced dance music of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tshala Muana showcases the Baluba folk music tradition of her homeland with energetic works like Muamba. Mula, JPS, 2003
25. DawdaJobareth/Wakilo ‘Maisatou’ WorMuUndNLgtsTk9 7.17
While at a festival in Stone Town, Zanzibar in 2009, I met Daw-da Jobareth, a proficient Kora artist from Gambia set to perform that very evening. I didn’t know at the time that Jobareth is from a very famous musical family in his homeland. While sipping on a cup of coffee, I was drawn to this stranger, almost in tears. I leaned over and asked if he was alright. Without hesitation and in crisp English, he shared that two of his backup singers missed their flight and he didn’t know how he’d make it through his performance that very night. For reasons unknown, I embodied my dad and gave him an on-spot pep talk. His mood changed, he smiled, enthusiastically thanked me and later that evening rendered a flawless performance. Here, Jobareth takes his percussion-based West African Mbalax music to its foundational roots on Mih-zeh-two featuring his band Wakilo. Hotel VW, Warner Chappell, 2008 (Songlines Magazine #64 Nov/Dec Issue, 2009)
26. De Madera ‘Canaveral’ Alb Tk 9 5.13
Cahn-yah-veh-rahl all is an instrumental rumba featuring DAY Mah-DAY-rah, a cast of players formed in Charlotte, North Carolina. The composition reveals the ways in which Gypsy rumba can be rhythmic and percussive while having a subtle introspective melodic line. Rumba Flamenco, Putumayo World Music, 2002
27. Manna Dey ‘Yari Hai Imaan Mera’ Alb Tk 7 6.15
Bollywood is the informal term popularly used for the Hindi-language film industry based in Mumbai. Song soundtracks from Bollywood movies are generally pre-recorded by professional playback singers. Despite being one of the foremost playback singers, Manna Dey, an important artist in Bollywood film making, could have benefitted from more exposure. Dey sings the love song, (Yah-ree Hi Ih-mahn Meh-rah).
The Rough Guide To Bollywood, World Music Network, 2010
28. Dikanda ‘Sokolmi’ Alb Tk 2 5.44
Dikanda is represented in several African dialects. It stands for family. The Group Dikanda group was founded in 1997 in Szczecin, Poland. Music is directly connected with the group’s spirit – making music, living and working together as if it was a small, loving family with a passion for the traditional music of Poland blended with their own style and original sound as exemplified on So-kol-mi.
Jakhana Jakhana, JARO, 2008

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29. Molam International Band ‘Pu Tai Dub’ Alb Tk 12 4.17
Grounded in the traditional music of Bangkok, the Molam International Band, also draws musical inspiration from other genres. Pu Tai Dub reflects some of that influence.
Paradise Bangkok, Paradise Bangkok, 2014.
30. Abelardo Barroso w Orquesta Sensación
‘Tiene Sabor’ Alb Tk 3 3.09
Accompanied by the Orquestra Sensación, Cuba’s Abelardo Barroso, considered by local Cubans to be the first sonero Mayor, that is a practitioner of the Island’s celebrated style of music call son, performs a piece from the 1950s, a time when his career at home commanded great respect. The composition is entitled Tiene Sabor.
Cha Cha Cha, World Circuit, 2014 (re-released from the 1950s)
31. Piers Faccini/Vincent Segal ‘Cammina Cammina’ Sgls #105 Tk 3 3.24
From Piers Faccini, English singer/songwriter with French cellist Vincent Segal, comes a medieval lament steeped in Neapolitan music and named (Cah-mee-nah Cah-MEE-nah), walking walking, Cammina Cammina. Songs of Time Lost, No Format!, 2014
32. Julie Fowlis ‘Lon-Dubh (Blackbird)’ Cmpl Tk 4 2.42
Julie Fowlis is a Scottish folk singer and multi-instrumentalist who sings primarily in Scottish Gaelic. Fowlis and company offer Lon-Dubh (Blackbird), an Celtic adaptation of Paul McCartney’s famous work. Café Del Mundo, Putumayo World Music, 2014
33. Django Reinhardt/Friends ‘La Valse Des Niglos’ Tk 6 3.20
Here’s sampling of Gypsy Swing featuring, Ser-zhu Duh-zun-yee, Zh-ahk Kuh-zahw, Zhawn Fee-leep Veer-ray, Dee-jay Rous-sahw and Dee-jee Due-pah on the tune La Val-say Day Neeg-low-ss’, Serge Desauny, Jacques Quezin, Jean-Philippe Viret, Didier Roussin, Didi Duprat. The Rough Guide To Gypsy Swing, World Music Network, 2004
34. Quartango ‘Jalousie’ Alb Tk 3 5.32
Four classically trained French-Canadian musicians explore their passion for tango on Jalousie. Quartango, Quartango, 2009
35. Lena Horne “Stormy Weather” #669 Tk 12 3.20
Lena Horne born in Brooklyn, New York was a popular African American singer who recorded and performed extensively with jazz musicians (notably Artie Shaw, Teddy Wilson), Billy Strayhorn, and Duke Ellington. Horne might be best-known for her version of the song “Stormy Weather”, a hit in the 1940s.
Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music, Quest, 1981

#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 7
36. Javier Ruibal ‘Isla Mujeres’ World – 2002 CD 1 Tk 5 4.46
(Hah-vee-air Ree-bahl) Javier Ruibal is a Spanish musician and songwriter. Javier Ruibal was born in El Puerto de Santa María, province of Cadiz in southern Spain. His first album, called Duna, was released in 1983. He is highly considered for his vocal talents and for blending different music styles such as flamenco, jazz and Maghreb music and developing a personal brand. He plays the guitar and is usually accompanied by another guitar player, first Antonio Toledo and since around 2000 the gypsy Tito Alcedo.
World 2002, Narada, 2002
37. Kailash Kher ‘Kaise Main Kaboon (Intn Vers)’ Alb Tk 1 4.14
The artist Kailash Kher performs Kaise Main Kaboon. Kher is joined by his band, Kailasa. Kher recalls the ancient history of India through the presentation of sacred Sufi traditional chants. The chant Kaise Main Kaboon describes the helplessness and despair of falling in love. Featured in the piece is the Ra-jas-thani-a folk string instrument that is gradually fading into extinction from popular culture.
Yatra: Nomadic Souls, Cumbancha, 2009

#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 8
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1. Marta Gómez ‘Arbolé, Arbolé’ Sgls #105 Tk 5 2.26
Inclusive of the tune Ar-boh-lay Ar-boh-lay, composer and singer Marta Gomez has a repertoire of diverse songs in her catalog, most of which tour a range of Latin American music genres of interest to audiences around the globe. Arbolé, Arbolé, Contigo, 2014
2. Rodney Crowell ‘Les Blues de Bosco’ Cmpl Tk 2 4.20
Growing up in Houston under a leaking roof didn’t dampen the musical spirit young Rodney Crowell who went to become a successful musician. With friends Crowell presents Lay Blues Duh Boss-coh . Cajun, Putumayo World Music, 2014
3. LukePlumb/James Mackintosh ‘Drunken Landlady…’Sgls #61Tk 10 4:18
Virtuoso mandolin player, Luke Plumb with percussionist James Mackintosh on the bodhran are featured on mash up of tunes called Drunken Landlady-Love at the Ending. A Splendid Notion, Shoogle Records, 2008
4. Archie Roach w/ Paul Kelly ‘We Won’t Cry’ Cmpl Tk 11 3.37
Along with being one of Australia’s best known musicians, composer Archie Roach remains an important voice for the country’s indigenous peoples. Health and tragedy didn’t stop him from returning to music in 2014 with the song We Won’t Cry also featuring popular Australian folksinger Paul Kelly. Australia, Putumayo World Music, 2014
5. LadysmithBlackMambazo ‘RainRainBeautifulRain’AlbTk5 (3:01)
The Legendary South African choral ensemble Ladysmith Black Mambazo, joined by singer Natalie Merchant render, Rain, Rain, Beautiful Rain.
Long Walk To Freedom, Heads Up, 2006
6. Klezmer Music ‘Araber Tantz’ KlezmeBaby Tk 3 (3:09)
Klezmer is Yiddish folk music, music for dancing and celebrating.
The World Of Authentic Jewish Music Poetry, Mediaphon, 2000
7. Josienne Clarke/Ben Walker ‘Silverline’ Sgls #105 Tk 7 3.52
Folk artists, Josienne Clark and Ben Walker team up on Silverline..
Nothing Can Bring Back the Hour, Folkroom Records, 2014

#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 9
9P Opening
1. Jo-El Sonnier ‘Rockin’ at the Mardi Gras’ cmpl Tk 3 3.46
Local Louisiana artist Jo-El (Sohn-Yay) Sonnier puts his signature of Rockin’ at the (Mah-dee Guh-ah) Mardi Gras. Cajun, Putumayo World Music, 2014
2. Robert Plant ‘Little Maggie’ Sgls #105 Tk 1 5.06
Taking a new musical adventure in his creative solo career, here’s Robert Plant, where away from Led Zeppelin, his heavy metal screech and wail, gives way to a more nuanced vocal flavor through the song Little Maggie.
Lullaby and…The Ceaseless Roar, Nonesuch Records, 2014
3. Cambridge Singers ‘Lullaby’ Alb Tk 15 2.10
The Cambridge Singers is an English mixed-voice chamber choir, formed in 1981 by their director John Rutter for the expressed purpose of making recordings. Their repertoire includes Lullaby composed by English Renaissance theorist and organist, Thomas Morely, one of the foremost members of the English Madrigal School to which this choral work is assigned. Flora Gave Fairest Flowers, Collegium Records, 1987
4. Charles Trenet ‘Chanson Pour Noël’ Cmpl Tk 2 2.06
With a classic song, Sha-shon Puh Noe-aye-ll, Chanson Pur Noël, this is Charles Trenet, one of the most beloved figures in the history French popular music.
French Christmas, Putumayo World Music, 2014
5. Afrocubism ‘A La Luna Yo Me Voy’ Alb Tk 10 4.00
In 1969 a group of Malian musicians were due to fly to Havana for a collaborative recording session with local musicians in Cuba. The Malians never arrived-visa challenges are among the reasons. A very different album was recorded called the Buena Vista Social Club. November of 2010 the original project became a reality resulting in the album Afrocubism featuring Eliades Grupo Patria, Tumani Diabate and others. With the album and the tune A La Luna You Me Voy, finally Cuban and African music met face to face. Afrocubism, World Circuit, 2010
6. Amparo Sánchez ‘Mi Gitana’ Sgls #105 Tk 8 3.38
With her distinctive deep gravelly Andalusian voice, Amparo Sánchez, remains connected to her Spanish music. Mi Gitana reveals why.
Espiritu del Sol, World Village, 2014
7. Deerhoof Vs Kasai Allstars‘TravelBroadensTheMind’ Sgln#73 Tk8 (3:21)
The sound of Deerhoof Vs The Kasai Allstars creates and inevitable Congotronics sound, wild and hypnotic with the moving work, Travel Broadens The Mind.
Tradi-Mods v Rockers, Crammed Discs, 2010

#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 10
10P Opening
1. Aziz Sahmaoui/Univ Of Gnawa ‘Inchallah’ Sgls #105 Tk 6 3.58
The resonate feel of Gnawa Rhythms and vocal vibrancy of Morocco, seasoned with sounds from Senegal, influenced this work called Inchallah with Aziz Sah-mao-oo-ee and the University of Gnawa. Mazal, World Village, 2014
2. Pott Folse ‘Hey La Bas’ Cmpl Tk 4 2.29
Hailing from Raceland, about 40 miles outside of New Orleans, here’s Put False with Aye Lah Bah. Cajun, Putumayo World Music, 2014
3. Bill Miller ‘Wind Spirit’ Cmpl Tk 9 2.56
Bill Miller is one of Today’s best known First Nation musicians. This is Miller and Wind Spirit. Native American, Putumayo World Music, 2014
4. Joji Hirota… ‘Akita Ondo’ Alb Tk 4 5:36
With The London Metropolitan Orchestra, Joji Hirota, composer, Japanese Taiko Drummer, Sha-ku-ha-chi player and singer performs Akita Ondo, a Japanese rap song, featuring spoken lyrics about Akita, where Hirota states, you can see mountains of ore, mountains of trees, blooming gardens and beautiful girls dancing.
Japanese Folk Songs II, ARC Music, 2013
5. Dobet Gnahore ‘Ma Poo’ Alb Tk 9 3:34
Dobet Gnahoré, a singer, dancer and percussionist from the Ivory Coast, the song Dala sung in the Dida language of the Ivory Coast…Here Gnahore shares the composition Ma poo – My Breath sung in South Africa’s Guere language. Ma Poo – for you alone my heart beats, I see only you, you are my star, with you life is sweet.
Na Afriki, Cumbancha, 2007
6. BKO Quintet ‘Kongo Kono’ Sgls #105 Tk 9 4.01
The BKO Quintet serves up some traditional Malian music with a modern twist complete with psychedelica with an urban edge. Bamako Today, Buda Musique, 2014

#1068 December 20, 2014 No. 11
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Les Babacools ‘Lluvia Sol’ Cmpl Tk 5 4.15
Café Del Mundo, Putumayo World Music, 2014

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34. Shirati Jazz ‘Dr. Binol’ CD 2 Tk 10 (5:24)
World Circuit Presents…, World Circuit Music, 2007

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Amsterdam Klezmer Band ‘Sadagora Hot Dub’ KlezBab Tk5 (5:14)
Bucovina Mixtape Vol. 1, Essay Recordings GmbH, 2006

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38. Fela Kuti ‘Shuffering and Shmiling’ #72 Sglns Tk 15 5.14
The Best Of Fela Kuti – Music Is The Weapon, Wrasse Records, 2004