OK Jazz Podcast Episode #93 & 94

Sea Level – ‘(Alan Turing’s) Tuning Test’, album Dictionary (Handwritten) (Japan)

Howlin’ Wolf – ‘Everybody In The Mood’, album My Baby Walked Off (Sun Records 1951-53) (USA)

Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba – ‘Nyame’, album Miri (Mali)

Mark Kavuma – ‘Papa Joe’, album Kavuma (UK)

Rahim AlHaj Trio – ‘Dialogue’, One Sky (Iraq/USA)

Ammar 808 – ‘Sidi Kommi’, album Maghreb United (Tunisia)

Angelique Kidjo – ‘Once In A Lifetime’, album Remain In Light (Benin/USA)

The Meters – ‘Cabbage Alley’ (USA)

Tim Maia – ‘Sossego’, album Tim Maia’s Disco Club (Brazil)

Admiral Dele Abiodun & His Top Hitters Band – ‘Labu-Labu, Onile Ni O Oba Fu’, album Adawa King Super 14 Special (Nigeria)

Danyel Waro – ‘Famila’, album Monmon (Reunion Island)

Das Llamas – ‘Los Llamas’, album Si Para Usted Vol.2: The Funky Beats Of Revolutionary Cuba Vol.2 (Cuba)

Bobby Hutcherson – ‘Idle While’, album Dialogue (USA)

Ai Kuwabara Trio Project – ‘Grandfather’s Waltz’, album Love Theme (Japan)

Cheikh Lo – ‘Ne La Thiass’, album Ne La Thiass (Senegal)

Oliver Mtukudzi – ‘Haidyoreke’, album Sarawoga (Zimbabwe)

Esther Phillips – ‘Scarred Knees’, album From A Whisper To A Scream (USA)

Pink Floyd – ‘Have A Cigar’, ‘Wish You Were Here’, album Wish You Were Here (UK)

Kenny Burrell – ‘It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)’, Ellington Is Forever Vol.1 (USA)


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Mr. OK Jazz is a 20+ year resident of Japan and spends all his free time wandering the Kanto area looking for jazz cafes, bars, clubs and record stores. For two years he hosted the OK Jazz radio show on InterFM Radio, currently the OK Jazz podcast. You can reach him at *protected email*