[JPL] PLAYLIST: KMUW Global Village July Top 30/August Feature

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TOP 30 – July 2009

Various – Panama! 2
     Noel – A Gozar! (Compass)Oumou
     Sangare – Seya (Nonesuch)Various -
     MAG All Stars Vol. III (MAG)Oran Etkin
     - Kelenia (Motema)King Sunny
     Ade – Seven Degrees North (Mesa)Eva Ayllon
     – Kimba Fa (Four Quarters/Times Square)Bobby
     Sanabria - Kenya Revisited Live (Jazzheads)Kronos
     Quartet - Floodplain (Nonesuch)Ersatzmusika
     - Songs Unrecantable (Asphalt Tango)Dee
     Alexander - Wild is the Wind (BluJazz)Fareed
     Haque + the Flat Earth Ensemble - Flat Planet (Owl)Tiempo
     Libre – Bach in Havana
     (Sony Classical) Olatunji - Drums of Passion/Legacy
     Edition (Sony Legacy)Tito
     Puente - Dance Mania/Legacy Edition (Sony Legacy)Thomas
     Mapfumo - African Classics (Sheer Legacy)Hypnotic
     Brass Ensemble – Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (Honest Jon’s)Novalima –
     Coba Coba (Cumbancha)Occidental
     Brothers Dance Band International – Odo Sanbra (Occidental Brothers)Grant
     Geissman – Cool Man Cool (Futurism)Playing
     for Change – Songs Around the World (Hear Music)Los Straitjackets
     - The Further Adventures of Los Straitjackets (Yep Roc)Easy Star
     All-Stars – Easy Star’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band (Easy Star)Los
     Fabulosos Cadillacs - La Luz del Ritmo (Nacional)Gary
     Burton/Pat Metheny - Quartet Live (Concord)Judy
     Niemack - In the Sundance (BluJazz)Ricardo
     Lemvo and Makina Loca - Retrospective (Mopiato)Vieux
     Farka Toure - Fondo (Six Degrees)Orquestra
     Arab de Barcelona - Maktub (World Village)Bapi Das
     Baul - Sufi Baul (Arc Music)

August Feature: Cesaria Evora (Cape Verde)Global Village features music from the ‘Barefoot
Diva’ of Cape Verde, Cesaria Evora, throughout August in honor of her birthday. Though she started singing while still in her teens, Evora gave
up music for a long time and even after returning to recording, found little initial response to her first, rather modern attempts. Then,
teamed up with a French producer who suggested she return to a more
traditional style, Evora quickly found remarkable acclaim, first in
Europe and then in widening circles around the globe. Renowned for her
elegant interpretation of mourna music, the beautifully ‘mournful’ style
that is often referred to as Cape Verdean blues, Evora has toured the
world, released a string of well-received albums (some with an
impressive list of international guest stars) and influenced a
new generation of singers to take up this traditional music. Throughout
the month, Global Village features the music of Cesaria Evora, from
those breakthrough recordings she made in the 1980s up to the present,
along with some of the other artists who have come from Cape Verde
in her wake.


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