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theartsdesk Radio Show 20 – from Mali to São Paulo | reviews, news & interviews

theartsdesk Radio Show 20 – from Mali to São Paulo

theartsdesk Radio Show 20 – from Mali to São Paulo

Latest global music round-up samples jumping Malian grooves before going Japanese and ending up in Brazil

Oumou Sangaré, Mali's greatest diva

New global sounds this month include tracks from the scintillating new album from Malian diva Oumou Sangaré, electro-Sufi grooves, Afro-folk from Koral Society, the soundtrack from They Will Have to Kill Us First (about the struggle of Malian musicians against extreme Islamicists) and classic Cuban nostalgia from Celina González and Estrellas de Arieto. Not to mention some contemporary Japanese composition and São Paulo Frippertronics.

 

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1. Quantic feat Nidia Góngora – “E Ye Ye”

2. Tinariwen – “Tiwayyen”

3. Oumou Sangaré – “Bena Bena”

4. Ifriqiyya Electrique – “Qaadrii – Salaam Alaik – Massarh"

5. They Will Have To Kill Us First Soundtrack – Imuhar ft. Bombino

6. Tunde Jegede & Derek Gripper – “Jarabi"

7. They Will Have To Kill Us First Soundtrack – “Nick (Here Come the Producers Remix) ft. Songhoy Blues”

8. Oumou Sangare – “Mali Niale”

9. Koral Society – “Leaving”

10. Estrellas de Areito – “Pongase Para Las Cosas”

11. Pedro Infante – “Cien Años”

12. Yasmine Hamdan – “La Chay"

13. Koki Nakano – “A Lady Just Quit Smoking”

14. Roger Goula – “Soon Will Wake Up”

15. Blue Beast – “Flying”

16. Yo-Yo Ma, Chris Thile & Edgar Meyer – “Ich ruf zu dir Herr Jesu Christ”

17. Izumi Kuremoto – “Late Chrysanthemums – Opening”

18. Afenginn – “Rasende Tabul"

19. Afenginn – “Ether”

20. Tunde Jegede & Derek Gripper –“Kaira Konkoba”

21. Ifriqiyya Electrique – “Zuru El Haadi - El Maduulaa - Maaluuma”

22. Celina González – “Santa Barbara”

23. La Mambanegra – “El Blues de Yemayá”

24. Nidia Góngora - “Muévelo Negro (Edit)”

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