Tuesday, August 18, 2009

"One Tribe, Many Voices" Podcast Episode 53

Intro: La Banda / Spanish Harlem Orchestra / Un Gran Dia en El Barrio

Set one:

1. Ominira / Angelique Kidjo / Black Ivory Soul
2. Tive Razao / Seu Jorge / Cru
3. Castiga La! / Maraca / Tremenda Rumba

Set two:

1. Sexy / Los Amigos Invisibles / Zero Accidents on the Job
2. Chatterton / Seu Jorge / Cru
3. La Novela / Maraca / Tremenda Rumba

Set three:

1. Confesion / King Chango / Zero Accidents on the Job
2. Bem Querer / Seu Jorge / Cru
3. Crescent /Nobukazu Takemura / Island Outposts vol.2

1 comment:

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