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2006 - 25 Feb - Gerry Lyseight - playlist & bulletin

PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 5:47 pm
by NormanD
Artist Song Album Country Label

1 - Dublab - Milosh - Presents - In The Loop:3 12' vinyl E.P. - U.S. - Plug Research

2 - Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby - Comin' Home Baby - U.S. - Atlantic

3 - Os Mutantes - A Minha Menina - Tropicalia - Brazil - Soul Jazz

4 - Gal Costa - Jurei - Hoje - Brazil - Trama

5 - Shantel - Dunarea - Bucovina Club Vol. 2 - Romania - Essay Recordings

6 - Amadou & Mariam - La Réalité - Dimanche A Bamako - Mali - Because

7 - Amadou & Mariam Jacky (ft Neg' Marrons) et Mokobe (113) - La Triste Réalité - La Réalité remix single - Mali - Because

8 - Anga Diaz - Pueblo Nuevo - Echu Mingua - Cuba - World Circuit

9 - The Mary Lou Williams Collective - Taurus - Zodiac Suite Revisited - U.S. - Mary Records

10 - Brother "D" With Collective Effort - How We Gonna Make The Black Nation Rise? - Big Apple Rappin' - U.S. - Soul Jazz

11 - Coldcut - Aid Dealer - Sound Mirrors - U.K. - Ninja Tune

12 - Tangoterje Mix - Aquarius - 12" vinyl single - Argentina - Supreme

13 - Maurice El Medioni - Oran Oran - Descarga Oriental - The New York Sessions - Algeria - Piranha

14 - Yummy Bingham - Is It Good To You - 12" vinyl single - U.S. - Motown

15 - Novalima - Machete - AfroNovalima - Peru - Mr. Bongo

16 - Celia Cruz & Ray Barretto - No Me Cambie Camino - Ritmo En El Corazon - U.S. - Fania

17 - Ray Barretto - Café Con Leche - Soy Dichoso - U.S. - Fania

18 - Luisito - Gbagada, Gbagada, Gbogodo, Gbogodo - Louie Vega presents Luisito Quintero Percussion Maddness - Venezuela - Barely Breaking Even

19 - Arctic Monkeys - Riot Van - Whatever People Say I am, That's What I'm Not - U.K. - Domino

20 - Samba Mapangala + Virunga - Jaffar - African Moves Volume 3 - Zaire/Kenya - Stern's

21 - Timo Lassy - African Rumble - 12" vinyl single - Finland - Ricky-Tick records

22 - Vibronics - Right Phase Dub - Roots of Dub Funk 5 - U.K. - Tanty



norman

Gerry's commentary

PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2006 6:28 pm
by Charlie
Gerry Lyseight ruled over Planet Mambo for the night, and had these comments to add:

In my book Amadou and Mariam’s ‘Dimanche A Bamako’ would be an album of the year whether or not the men in that famous back room meeting had settled on the term “World Musicâ€