OK Jazz Podcast #111

Bobby Womack -‘Nobody Wants You When You’re Down & Out’, album Facts Of Life (USA)

The Latin Brothers – ‘Patrona De Los Reclusos’, album Colombia! the Golden Age of Discos Fuentes. the Powerhouse of Colombian Music 1960-76 (Colombia)

The Cables – ‘Baby Why’, album The Best Of Studio One (Jamaica)

Chip Wickham – ‘Blue To Red’, album Blue To Red (UK)

Hank Mobley – ‘Uh Huh’, album Workout (USA)

Abel Lima E Les Sofas – ‘Corre Riba Corre Baxo’ (Cape Verde)

Bonga – ‘Balumukeno’, album Angola 72 (Angola)

Lisa Knapp – ‘Till April Is Dead’, album Till April Is Dead (UK)

Ashenafi Kebede – ‘The Shephard Flutist’ (Ethiopia)

Mao Ya – ‘Xishumeilin & The Purple Red Horse’, album Moon Over City Ruins (China/Japan)

Elephant9 – ‘I Cover The Mountain Top’, album Psychedelic Backfire 1 (Norway)

Kyrsztof Komeda Quintet – ‘Astigmatic’, album Astigmatic (Poland)

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