OK Jazz Episode #151 2022 Year-End Special

Memphissippi Sounds– ‘Crossroads’ album Welcome To The Land (USA)

Liraz – ‘Junoonyani’ album Roya (Israel/Iran)

Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed MuhammadJ, Phil Ranelin – ’Running With The Tribe’, album Jazz Is Dead 011 (USA)

Chip Wickham – ‘Winter’, album Cloud 10 (UK)

Bonga – ‘Kintal da Banda’, album Kintal da Banda (Angola)

Oumou Sangare – ‘Sarama’, album Timbuktu (Mali)

Mark de Clive-Lowe – ‘Thembi’, album Freedom (New Zealand/USA)

A Moving Sound – ‘Dynasty’, album Starshine (Taiwan)

Afro-Andean Funk – ‘Me Permito’, album The Sacred Lead (Peru/USA)

Tassos Spiliotopoulos – ‘Corridor’, album Ballad For A New World, (Greece/Sweden)

Daniel Villareal – ‘Cali Colors’, album Panama 77 (Panama/USA)

Maya Youssef – ‘Samai Of Trees’, album Finding Home (Syria)

Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita – ‘Jeleh Calon’, album Echo (Wales/Senegal)

Nduduzo Makhathini – ‘Amathongo’, album In The Spirit Of Ntu (South Africa)

Makaya McCraven – ‘Seventh Spring’, album In These Times (USA)

Aja Monet – ‘Give My Regards To Brooklyn’ (USA)

Joel Ross – ‘Benediction’, album The Parable Of The Poet (USA)

Bruno Morais – ‘Supremo Poder’, album Poder Supremo (Brazil)

Bennie Maupin & Adam Rudolph – ‘First Movement’, album Symphonic Tone Poem For Brother Yusef (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*
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