OK Jazz Podcast #102

Rachid Taha – ‘Like A Dervish’, album Je Suis Africain (France)

New Cool Collective – ‘La Rana’, album Electric Monkey Sessions 2 (Netherlands)

Kasongo Band – ‘Isou Vanhu’, album Gejo (Zimbabwe)

De La Soul – ‘Stakes Is High’, album Stakes Is High (USA)

Bernard Wright – ‘Master Rocker’, album ‘Nard (USA)

Camille Mokoko – ‘Klim Abikisi Mwana’, album Early Congo Music 1946-1962: first rumba to the real rumba (Congo)

The Ethiopians – ‘Hail Brother Rasta, Hail’, album Train To Skaville 2 (Jamaica)

House Of Waters – ‘Midnight’, album Rising (USA/Japan/Argentina)

Anteng Kitiran – ‘Pung Jrik Pung Jir’ (Indonesia)

George Kawaguchi Big Four – ‘Vietnam’, album J Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1983 Vol. 2 (Japan)

Hisatsugu Suzuki Trio – ‘Never Let me Go’, album Favourites (Japan)

Charles Lloyd – ‘Nocturnes’, album Lift Every Voice (USA)

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