OK Jazz Podcast #116

Rabih Abou-Khalil - ‘Business As Usual’, album The Cactus Of Knowledge (Lebanon)
Kim Weston – ‘Brothers & Sisters (Get Together), album Stax Of Funk (USA)
Brute Force – ‘Right Direction’, album Brute Force (USA)
Radio Tarifa – ‘Las Cuevas’, album Temporal (Spain)
Sven Wunder - ‘Komorebi’, album Wabi-Sabi (Sweden)
Saigon Soul Review – ‘Nào ta cùng hát’,album Hoa Am Xua (Vietnam)
Juju - ‘Waide Nayde’, album In Trance (Gambia/UK)
Peter King – ‘Prisoner Of Law’, album Shango (Nigeria)
Chosen Few - ‘Do Your Thing’, album Trojan Soulful Reggae (Jamaica)
Sun Ra - ‘Moon People’, album New Steps (USA)
The Warrior Women Of Afro-Peruvian Music - ‘Te Recuerdo’ (Peru)
Louis Jordan & His Tympani Five - ‘What’s The Use Of Getting Sober (When You’re Going To Get Drunk Again), album Best Of Louis Jordan (USA)
Nat Birchall – ‘Humility’, album Cosmic Language (UK)

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