Options Steve Krinsky: Playlist from October 6, 2007 Options

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Options October 6, 2007: Sitting on Top of the World

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Big Guitars from Texas  Guitar Army   Options Guitar as world music instrument! 
Carlos Santana  La Fuente Del Ritmo   Options from "Caravanserai" (1972) 
Latin Playboys  Toro   Options This is a side project of some of those Los Lobos guys; this is the most melodic number of the album 
Latin Playboys  Same Brown Earth   Options The NYTimes said that Latin Playboys (& the Pogues) are mentioned on the net profile of Bill Gates! 
Mexican Institue of Sound  Killer Kumbia   Options  
Los Mirios  Sonido Amazonico   Options from "The Roots of Chicha" (Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru) Barbes, 2007 
Los Destellos  Para Elisa   Options more Peruvian cumbias, with a little Beethoven tossed in 
Las Malas Amistades  La Prima   Options  
Cortijo  Baila y Goza   Options El Senor Rafael Cortijo y Su Grupo 
Los Zafiros  Oye Nicola   Options Brilliant Cuban do-wop. Tune written by Manuel Galban 
Los Zafiros  Cuando Yo La Conoci   Options  
Cubanismo  Salsa Pilon   Options  
Dafnis Prieto  Ironico Arlequin   Options  
Nuta Jazz Band  Instrumental No. 1   Options Amazing Rhumba from Zanzibar 
Dar Es Salaam Jazz Band  Mpenzi Usemayo   Options The way music travels, in this case from Africa to the Americas and back again, is amazing: "Zanzibara" has 17 rhumbas on Buda Musique 
Extra Golden  Obama   Options Tribute to Senator Barack Obama, on "Here Ma Nono" (Thrill Jockey, 2007) 
Bassekou Kouate & Ngoni ba  Banani   Options From "Segu Blue" (out/here records, 2007), song features Lobi Traore 
Boubacar Traore  Samba   Options From the soundtrack to "I'll Sing for You"-- a trip through Mali through the music of Car Car 
Boubacar Traore & Ali Farka Toure  Diarabi   Options The title of the CD-- and the movie-- is in French: "Je Chanterai Pour Toi". You can see some scenes on YouTube 
Dee Dee Bridgewater  Red Earth (Massane Cisse}   Options "Red Earth: A Malian Journey" is jazz singer Bridgewater's tribute to Africa; recorded in Bamako and Paris with musicians from three continents. 
Bassekou Kouate & Ngoni ba  The River's Tune   Options Bassekou plays the West African lute; this is a sweet instrumental from Mali 
Bembeya Jazz National  Telephone   Options A 2-CD collection of "hits and rare recordings" from this Guinean band's years on the Syliphone labe (Sterns, 2007) 
Taj Mahal & Toumani Diabate  Kulanjan   Options Title cut to yet another collaboration between Africa & America 
Corey Harris  Back Atcha   Options With the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band; from "Mississippi to Mali" 
Otha Turner & the Afrosippi Allstars  Shimmy She Wobble   Options Featuring the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band. Otha Turner died a few years ago but another generation is keeping the music going 
Otha Turner & the Afrosippi Allstars  From Senegal to Senatobia   Options Title cut. Otha Turner, from north Mississippi, died a while back but a new generation is keeping the music going 
Dee Dee Bridgewater  Compared to What   Options Cover of a great 70s jazz hit-- is that an oxymoron?-- from her Mali album 
Guinga  Mingus Samba   Options "Dialetto Carioca" (EGEA, Edizioni Discographie, 2007) 
Baden Powell  Primeiro Amor   Options Roberto Baden Powell Aquino is a classical guitarist; his solo album-- "Seresta Brasileira"-- is on Caju Music (1991) 
Choro Ensemble  Zanzando em Copacabana   Options Brazilian jazz with help from Israeli clarinetist Anat Cohen 
Mima  Monir   Options Mima is Yari Caban, born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. in 1994, she went to Brazil and her new CD-- simply titled "Mima"-- is a rich mix of Spanish & Portugese, with a great band 
Siba e a Fuloresta  Pisando em Praca de Guerra   Options Found on a neat world music compilation: "The Womexizer 07" 
Juca Chaves  Take Me Back to Piaui   Options From "Brazilian Beats 6". This is so catchy; did I play it before? 
Nana Vasconcelos  Anarrie/Rain Dance   Options "Rain Dance" is Nana's 1980 album on Antilles, with the Bushdancers, his percussion ensemble 
Nana Vasconcelos  Push Dance   Options More Nana 
Raul Seixas  Mosca No Soba   Options From a Soul Jazz collection of 19 tunes: "Brazil 70: After Topicalia" with Tom Ze, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa and lots more 
Choro Ensemble  Brazleirinho   Options Thanks to Nicola Stemmer, who engineered this album, for loaning me the CD; check out Choro Ensemble at Zinc Bar in NYC on Thursday nights 
Hazmat Modine  Yesterday Morning   Options Local group on fine world music sampler: "Womeximizer 07" 
Steve Earle  City of Immigrants   Options With Forro in the Dark; from "Washington Square Serenade". Let's welcome our new neighbor to NYC. 

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