OK Jazz Podcast #101

Touki Delphine & Bernadeta Astari – ‘Les Sauvages’, album The Kitchen Ballads (Holland)

Bixiga 70 – ‘Quebra-cabeça‘, album Quebra-cabeça (Brazil)

Anteng Kitiran – ‘Gusti Oundi Mkjizat Dalem’ (Indonesia)

Selim Slive Elementz – ‘Remembering Isle Of Wight’, album Voice (Japan)

Our Native Daughters – ‘Quasehba Quasheba’, album Songs Of Our Native Daughters (USA)

Sakaki Mango – ‘Otami Kudoki’, album Bintay Cry Baby (Japan)

Alfa Mist – ‘Glad I Lived’, album Structuralism (UK)

Tea – ‘Eleanor Rigby’, album Interstellar (India/Japan)

Dee Dee Bridgewater – ‘People Make The World Go Around’, album Afro Blue (USA)

Les Shleu Shleu – ‘A qui ca ouap pense’, album 6eme Anniversaire (Haiti)

Orchestra Victoria Kin – ‘Josetta’, album  EARLY CONGO MUSIC 1946-62, first Rumba, to the real rumba (Congo)

Bootsy Collins – ‘I’d Rather Be With You’ (USA)

James Booker – ‘Pop’s Dilemma’, album Junco Partner (USA)

Makoto Terashita & Harold Land – ‘Dragon Dance’, album J Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1983 Vol.2 (Japan)

Benjamin Herman – ‘Arrival Of The Swifts’, ‘The Rubber Room’, album Bughouse (Holland)

Bennie Maupin – ‘Ensenada’, album The Jewel In The Lotus (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*