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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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*