Friday, June 17, 2011

"One Tribe, Many Voices" Podcast Episode 117

photo: Saddi Khali

Female Voices: the 8th Edition in the on-going Series.

A couple of times every year One Tribe, Many Voices will devote an entire show to the celebration of extraordinary Female Voices of the African Diaspora. This 8th edition features the mercurial work of Telmary. 

TELMARY has been called "dangerously charismatic" by NOW Magazine. A product of the new 'alternative' music movement in Cuba, Telmary channels a variety of influences including hip-hop and Cuban jazz, from trova and son to latin pop and electronica, she has created a totally unique live presentation that has won over audiences in Cuba, Canada, Spain and Brazil. 

MeShell Ndegeocello

We also wanted to take another look at one of Hip Hop's true rebels: MeShell Ndegeocello and her exquisite breakout 1993 CD: Plantation Lullabies. MeShell is an exceptional bass player and overall extreme talent who deserves much wider recognition.

Intro: Rezo / Telmary / A Diario

Set one:

1. Rumba 'pa Ofenderle / Telmary / A Diario
2. I'm Diggin' You (like an old soul record) / MeShell Ndegeocello / Plantation Lullabies

Set two:

1. Ah! / Daude
2. Slippery Sidewalks / Bajofondo feat. Nellie Furtado / Mar Dulce
3. Picture Show / MeShell Ndegeocello / Plantation Lullabies

Set three:

1. Marilu / Telmary feat. Los Van Van & Interactivo / A Diario
2. On & On / Erykah Badu / Baduizm
3. Zingara Rapera / La Shica feat. Elsa Rovayo

Set four:

1. Libre / Telmary / A Diario
2. Dred Loc / MeShell Ndegeocello / Plantation Lullabies
3. Pa' Que Vuelva / Telmary / A Diario

Set five:

1. Untitled / MeShell Ndegeocello / Plantation Lullabies
2. Sola / Telmary / A Diario
3. Nothing / Jill Scott / Beautiful Human Words & Sound vol.2

Bonus: I Think it's Better / Jill Scott / Who is Jill Scott?

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