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Sub Saharan Vibes — March 30

  1. Habib Koité & Bamada  — Ma Ya
  2. Toumani Diabate with Ballake Sissoko  —  Bi Lambam
  3. Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba  —  Moustapha
  4. Ali Farka Touré & Toumani Diabaté  —  Sina Mory
  5. Afel Bocoum  —  Jaman Moro
  6. Charles &  Frida Sonko w. Orch. Melo Success  —  Nawuliranga
  7. Billy Mbowa w. the AGS Boys  —  Jane Wange
  8. Steve Kekana  —  Angithandi Ukulwa
  9. Konono No.1  —  Zey Isa Langa
  10. Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter-Reformers Band  —  Awa Eve Iwoyi
  11. Baka Beyond  —  Rakish Paddy

Stay Well everyone. We will return to the Studio as soon as we can.

54-46 Playlist 03/19/2020 (Spring Break Edition)

I Just Can't Stop It by The English Beat Album Cover Image
Nattali Rize & Notis – Midnight Remedy
Sugar Minott – The Devil is After Me
Steel Pulse – Soul of My Soul (Dub of My Dub)

The Specials – No Big Deal
The English Beat – Hands Off…She’s Mine
The Skatalites – Scandal Ska
The Duppies – Ghost of San Juan Hill Re-Haunted

Big Mountain – Llena Mi Vida
10 ft. Ganja Plant – Bass Chalice
Rita Marley – Fussin’ and Fighting

Soul Agent and the Soul Defenders – Popcorn Reggae
Prince Alla – Gold Diver
Groundation – Fourth Dimension

Sub Saharan Vibes — March 16, 2020

  1. Youssou N’dour  —  4-4-44
  2. Oumou Sangare  —  Woula Bara Diagna
  3. Femi Kuti  —  Make We Remember
  4. Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited  —  Ndateterera
  5. King Sunny Ade  —  Bombibele Horojo
  6. Amadoda Ahlangene  —  Isililo Sabo Mama
  7. Terakaft  —  Haran Bardan
  8. Dobet Gnahoré  —  Khabone-n’daw
  9. Mahlathini & Mahotella Queens  —  Melodi Ya Lla
  10. Baaba Maal  —  Toro
  11. Ali Farka Toure  —  Singya
  12. Ladysmith Black Mambazo  —  We, Nhliziyo Yami

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from Friday, March 13th (“Artist-in-Residence”) Episode 461

Hear the show at http://traffic.libsyn.com/lostinthestacks/LITS_Episode_461.mp3

“Priority Change” by Oso Oso

Interview with Kevin Titzer

File this set under NA5561
“Beautiful Pictures” by Fatal Microbes
“DIY” by Peter Gabriel

Continued interview with Kevin Titzer

File this set under Anish Kapoor’s magic bean
“Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head” by They Might Be Giants
“Paris C’est Toi” by the Shebrews

Continued interview with Kevin Titzer

File this set under NX798 .A20
“Chariots of Garbage” by Sam Gas Can
“Left Handed” by Lali Puna

“Conceptual” by Wet Fruit

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, an encore of “Our Catalogs, Ourselves” on March 20th!