Ananalog Weekly Radio Hour

Join the Ananalog family for an open format hour of music. New episodes every Friday.

3/5/21 Dallas, TX

1. U-Roy, “Natty Rebel,” Natty Rebel, Virgin, 1976, Jamaica

2. Orchestre Paillote, “Nadia,” Sous La Direction de Traore Keletigui, Vol. 1, Silyphone, 1967, Guinea

3. Azymuth, “Laranjeiras,” Demos (1973-1975), Far Out, 1973, Brazil

4. Ryuichi Sakamoto, “The Garden of Poppies,” Left Handed Dream, Alfa, 1981, Japan

5. Chris de Wise Shepherd, “Atunye Anya’Alima,” 7″ single, Philophon, 2019, South Africa

6. Manch ‘E Platano, “Remigio Tombe,” 7″ single, NYCT, 2021, Puerto Rico

7. Victoria Jazz Band, “Anyanga,” 7″ single, Sungura, 1975, Kenya

8. Bread & Butter, “Pink Shadow,” Alfa, 1981, Japan

9. Pinty, “Tropical Bleu,” City Limits, Rhythm Section International, 2019, U.K.

10. J.P. Ndagu, “Mokolo Bafuti Sanza,” The World Is Shaking (comp.), Honest Jon’s, 1954, Congo

11. Oumar Konate, “Ayere Yere,” Addoh, Clermont, 2014, Mali

12. Los Dandy’s, “Falsa,” Lindo Amorcito, Bambu, 1985, Peru

13. The Spiders, “Wipe Out,” Philips, mid-1960s, Japan

14. High Rise, “Wipe Out,” II, P.S.F., 1986, Japan 


2/26/21 Dallas, TX

1. Humberto Canto y Sus Chorombolos, “Vive Para No Morir,” Impressions de Cuba, Disques Vogue, early 1960s, Cuba

2. Giant (Janko Nilovic), “Xenos Cosmos,” Giant, Z International, 1972, France

3. Adrian Younge, “Chasing Love,” Voices of Gemma, Linear Labs, US, 2018 

4. Abdallah Ab Oumbadougou, “Ifitalane,” Anou Malane, Sahel Sounds, 1995, Niger

5. Mongo Santamaria, “Happy Now,” Go, Mongo!, Riverside, 1962, Cuba / USA

6. Joe Mensah, “Shakamo,” s/t, Decca, 1975, Nigeria

7. Jansport J, “BKNY,” Pharoah, BWG, 2017, USA

8. Jimi Tenor, “Ki’igba,” 7″ single, Philophone, 2019, Finland / Ghana / Germany

9. Ojo Balingo, “Gbede Lonro Koko Lagbala,” Afrotunes Best Of Juju Vol. II, Tabansi, 1985, Nigeria

10. Bon-Rock & The Rythem Rebellion, “Searching Rap,” 12″ single, 1981, USA

11. May Lam, “I Wouldn’t Want You Anymore,” Iris, Regal, 1971, Singapore

12. Banda Black Rio, “Urubu Malandro,” Maria Fumaça, Atlantic, 1977, Brazil

13. Mustafa Özkent, “Emmioğlu,” Gençlik İle Elele, Evren, 1973, Turkey

14. Moacir Santos, “Early Morning Love,” Saudade, Blue Note, 1974, Brazil / USA


2/21/21 Dallas, TX

1. Brian Eno, “St. Elmo’s Fire,” Another Green World, Virgin, UK

2. 4 Mars, “Natesha,” Super Somali Sounds from the Gulf of Tadjoura, Ostinato, 2021 (early 80s)

3. Barbosa, “Seara de Oxala,” 7″ single, SOM, 1973, Brazil

4. Saksiam Petchchompu, “Saksiam Karab Fan,” Theppabutr Productions: The Man Behind The Molam Sound 1972-75 (comp.), ZudRangMa, 2012, Thailand

5. Aram Bajakian, “Sweet Blue Eyes,” There Were Flowers Also In Hell, Sanasar, 2014, USA

6. Joe McPhee, “Imagine A World Without Art,” Linear B, hat ART, 1991, USA

7. Tenorio Jr., “Consolação,” Embalo, RGE, 1964, Brazil

8. Super Djata Band de Bamako, “Mali Ni Woula,” Vol. 2 Feu Vert 81-82, Disco Rama, 1981, Mali

9. Angelo Finaldi (Angelo & Eighteen), “Flight 2,” 7″ single, RAK, 1972, Italy / Canada / UK

10. Carlos Ramos y Su Orquesta Fuego, “Lightning & Flash,” Tecato, Candela, 1973, USA

11. Manitas de Plata, “Malaguenas flamencas,” Flamenco Guitar, Connoisseur Society, 1965, Romani France & Spain

12. Milford Graves with Sonny Morgan, “Nothing 13,” Percussion Ensemble, ESP Disk, 1965, USA

13. Butcher Brown, “#KingButch,” #KingButch, Concord Jazz, 2020, USA

14. Albert Ayler, “Bells,” Love Cry, Impulse!, 1968, USA


2/13/21 Dallas, TX

1. Return To Forever, “Jungle Waterfall,” No Mystery, Polydor, 1975, USA

2. William Stuckey, “The First Time,” Love of Mine, Symplex, 1979, USA

3. George Knooks (Nooks) / Weldon Irie, “Riding For A Fall / Gi Me One A Fi Yuh Gal Friend,” 7″ single, Joe Gibbs Record Globe, 1979, Jamaica

4. Willie B. Huff, “I’ve Been Thinkin’ and Thinkin’,” 7″ single, Rhythm Recordings, 1954, USA

5. The Lijadu Sisters, “Cashing In,” Danger, Afrodisia, 1976, Nigeria

6. Teno Afrika, “Lerato La Bass,” Amapiano Selections, ATFA, South Africa, 2020

7. The Two Of Us, “Looking Glass,” 7″ single, Louton, 1973, USA

8. The Roots, “Swept Away,” do you want more?!!!??!, DGC, 1994, USA

9. Emiliano Salvador, “Angelica,” Nueva Visión, Areito, 1978, Cuba

10. John Zorn, “Prelude 8: The Invisibles,” The Gnostic Preludes, Tzadik, 2012, USA

11. Maalem Mahmoud Gania, “Ba Yourki,” Colours of the Night, Hive-Mind, 2017, Morocco

12. Rüstəm Quliyev, “Ay Dili Dili,” Azerbaijani Gitara, Les Disques Bongo Joe, 2019, Azerbaijan

13. Nolan The Ninja, “Calisthenics,” Yen, Left of Center, 2017, USA

14. Return To Forever, “The Musician,” Live, Columbia, 1978, USA   


2/5/21 Dallas, TX

1. Audrey Hall, “I Wanna Know What Love Is,” 12″ single, Revolutionary Sounds, Jamaica, 1985

2. The Ibrahim Khalil Shihab* Quintet, “Before The Rain And After,” Spring, Atlantic City, 1969, South Africa (originally released under birth name, Chris Schilder)

3. Madlib, “Hang Out (Phone Off),” Sound Ancestors, Madlib Invazion, 2021, USA

4. Takami Hasegawa, “(子猫とわたし) Koneko To Watashi,” L’Ecume Des Jours, Epic, 1983, Japan

5. Arnie Love & The Lovettes, “We’ve Had Enough,” 12″ EP, TAP, 1981, USA

6. Airto, “Tales From Home (Lenda),” Identity, Arista, 1975, Brazil

7. Azumah, “Saphelisizwe,” Long Time Ago, 3rd Ear, 1989, South Africa

8. Vis-A-Vis, “Odo Fever,” Odo Guahoro, Ofo Brothers, 1976, Ghana

9. Davy Graham, “Babe, It Ain’t No Lie,” Large As Life And Twice As Natural, Decca, 1968, UK

10. Selda Bağcan, “Vurulduk Ey Halkım, Unutma Bizi,” Vurulduk Ey Halkım, Unutma Bizi, Türküola, 1976, Turkey 

11. Archie Shepp, “The Magic of Ju-Ju,” The Magic of Ju-Ju, Impulse!, 1967, USA

12. T.P. Somo Somo, “Amba,” Amba, A.I.T., 1982, Congo

13. Calixto Ochoa y Su Conjunto, “El Jardinero,” s/t, Felito, 1983, Colombia 


1/27/21 Dallas, TX

1. Kingsley Bucknor, “Just U And Me,” Just U And Me, Mercury, 1985, Nigeria

2. Senyaka Kekana, “Don’t Judge Me Bad,” Fuquza Dance, Eric Frisch Productions, 1987, Nigeria

3. Kronos Quartet, “El Sinaloense,” Nuevo, Nonesuch, 2002, USA

4. Pedro Santos, “Flor de Lotus,” Krishnanda, Polysom, 1968, Brazil

5. Melaza, “El Niche,” Melaza, Chulo, 2013, USA

6. Jean-Marie Bolangassa, “Disna Ngai,” Brazzaville Percussions, Sofrito, 2015, Congo

7. Second Direction, “Four Corners,” Four Corners, Trend, 1976, Germany

8. Enforcer, “Pearl,” 7″ single, Channel One, 1978, Jamaica

9. The Scorpions & Saif Abu Bakr, “Forssa Saeeda,” Jazz, Jazz, Jazz (anth.), Habibi Funk, 2018, Sudan

10. Malathini & The Queens, “Nomacala,” 7″ single, King, 1977, South Africa

11. Gift, “Drugs,” Gift, Telefunken, 1972, Germany


12. Ellen Arkbro, “For Organ And Brass,” For Organ And Brass, Subtext, 2017, Sweden


1/22/21 Dallas, TX

1. Barbara, “Septembre (quel joli temps),” Barbara No.2, Philips, 1965, France

2. Porter Ray, “Faces In My Memory,” Nightfall, Intratecque, 2015, USA

3. Raekwon, “Rainy Dayz,” Only Build 4 Cuban Linx…, Loud, 1995, USA

4. Jazz Rock Experience, “If It Wasn’t For Dicky,” Let Yourself Go, Sonorama, 2018 (recorded 1969), Switzerland

5. Guarda Branca, “Boneca,” 7″ single, EMI, 1984, Portugal

6. Ebonee Webb, “Yashow Macasho,” Memphis Soul Meets Japanese Folk Songs, Seven Seas, 1979, Japan / USA

7. Crystal Winds, “Love Ain’t Easy, Pt. 2,” First Flight, Cash Ear, 1982, USA

8. Wildflower, “Flute Song,” s/t, Ill Considered Music, 2017, UK

9. Johnny Osbourne, “Chain Robber, ” 7″ single, Jammy$, 1989, Jamaica

10. Eddie Suzuki, “City of Refuge,” Eddie Suzuki’s New Hawaii, ESP Hawaii, 1974, USA

11. Los Destellos, “Canción de Lili,” Constelación, Odeon de Peru, 1971, Peru

12. Hugo Blanco, “Guajira con Arpa,” 7″ single, Polydor, 1966, Venezuela 

13. Isidro Cuevas y Willie Cabañas, “Cumbia Dimensión,” 7″ single, Discos Más, 2021, México

14. Thabang Tabane, “Bengheko,” Matjale, Mushroom Hour Half Hour, 2018, South Africa

15. Coladera, “Mantafro (Jazzanova remix),” Remix EP, Agogo, 2020, Brazil 


1/15/21 Dallas, TX

1. Ras Michael and the Sons and Daughters of Negus, “Boom A Ya,” Promised Land Sounds, Golden Jubilee Special, 1980, Jamaica

2. Ben Lamar Gay, “A Seasoning Called Primavera,” Downtown Castles Can Never Block The Sun, International Anthem, 2018, USA

3. Marc Ribot & Ceramic Dog, “Pennsylvania 6 6666,” YRU Still Here?, Northern Spy, 2018, USA

4. De Picnic, “Jeanette Me Quiere,” El Verdadero Sonido Tortilla, Superproducciones Manolito, 1985, Spain

5. Flourgon, “Bounce,” 7″ single, Jammy’s, 1987, Jamaica

6. A.R. Rahman, “Gopala Gopala,” Humse Hai Muqabala (Kadhalan), Time Audio, 1995, India

7. Mohammad Drissi El-Abbassi, “Trig Maaskar,” Rai Sidi Bel Abbes (comp.), Nashazphone, 2020 (originally 1980s), Algeria

8. Jean-Luc Ponty, “Good Guys, Bad Guys,” Civilized Evil, Atlantic, 1980, France

9. Teungjai Bunpraruksa, “Ngun Pad Bhat,” Thai? Dai! (comp.), Finders Keepers, mid 1970s, Thailand 

10. Getatchew Mekuria, “Akale Wube,” Getatchew Mekuria and His Saxophone, Philips, 1972, Ethiopia

11. Sababa 5 (ft. Yurika), “Nasnusa,” 7″ single, Batov, 2020, Israel / Japan

12. Vis-A-Vis, “Gladys Mmbobor,” Obi Agye Me Dofo, BHM, 1977, Ghana

13. Atrefy Andriana, “Zaka Tiako Mamolako Jeriko,” 7″ single, Discomad, 1979, Madagascar


1/8/21 Dallas, TX

1. MF DOOM, “Red #40,” Special Herbs, Vol. 1 & 2, Nature Sounds, 2013, USA

2. Moggi, “Musica Delle Sfere,” Omaggio ad Einstein, Omicron, 1976, Italy

3. Troupe Majidi, “Khlili,” Ecstatic Music of The Jemaa El Fna, Sublime Frequencies, 2010, Morocco

4. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, “Flat Tummy Tea,” 12″ single, Madlib Invazion, 2019, USA

5. Billy Paul, “I See The Light,” War of the Gods, Philadelphia International, 1973, USA

6. Pascal Davoz, “Cinema,” 7″ single, WEA, 1982, France

7. Teaspoon & The Waves, “Friday Night,” s/t, Soul Jazz Pop, 1977, South Africa

8. Antoinette, “Hit ‘Em With This,” Hurby’s Machine – The House That Rap Build, Next Plateau, 1987, USA

9. High Rise, “Mainliner,” Live, P.S.F., 1994, Japan

10. Ray Wylie Hubbard, “Conversation With The Devil,” Crusades of The Restless Knights, Philo, 1999, USA

11. Coisa Nossa, “Chega Gente,” Procurando O Caminho, AV Editions, 1979, Brazil

12. King Ayisoba, “Nerba,” This Is Kologo Power! (comp.), Sahel Sounds, 2016, Ghana

13. Tiyiselani Vomaseve, “Vanghoma,” Shangaan Electro (comp.), Honest Jon’s, 2010, South Africa

14. Funkadelic, “Back In Our Minds,” Maggot Brain, Westbound, 1971, USA  


12/31/20 Dallas, TX (We Came to Get Down)

1. Hamad Kalkaba, “Gandjal Kessoum”

2. Professor Longhair, “Big Chief”

3. Billy Brooks, “Rockin’ Julius”

4. Cortijo y Kako, “Yo no bailo con Juana”

5. Lord Rhaburn, “Disco Connection”

6. Darondo, “Saving My Love”

7. Lloyd Miller & The Heliocentrics, “Salendro”

8. Mo Kolours, “Pots & Pans Ceremonial Intro”

9. Al Dobson Jr., “After Carnival”

10. Wuhan Wuchang, “Total Art of Percussion”

11. Eddie Warner, “Shut Up”

12. Eddie Kendricks, “He Is a Friend of Mine”

13. Om Alec Khaoli, “Say You Love Me”

14. Lorenzo Morresi & Tenderlonious, “Cosmica Italiana”

15. Pat Thomas, “Enye Woa”

15. James Etamobe & His All Weatther Band, “Agboyabakpa”

16. The Mauskovic Dance Band, “Continue The Fun”

17. Owiny Sigoma Band, “Tech 9”

18. Santa Esmerelda, “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”

19. Gaspa, “Balani”

20. Geinoh Yamashirogumi, “Disco”

21. M’Boom, “Jamaica Sun”

22. Neue Grafik, “Dance to Yamanja”

23. The Lulus Band, “I Can Feel It”

24. Dionisio Maio, “Corpim Sabe”

25. Preacherman, “Familiar To Me” 


12/27/20 Dallas, TX

1. Willie Colon & Mon Rivera, “Se Te Quemo La Casa,” There Goes The Neighborhood, Vaya, 1975, USA

2. The Six Degrees South, “Loving You ‘Is Too Far Out’,” 7″ single, Six Degrees South, early 70s, USA

3. Lootpack, “Loopdigga,” Loopdigga, Stones Throw, 2014, USA

4. Masabumi Kikuchi, “Circle/Line,” Susto, Columbia, 1981, Japan

5. Googoosh (ﮔﻮﮔﻮش), “Man Aamadeh-Am,” Pol, Taraneh (?), 1975, Iran

6. Shabazz Palaces, “Dawn In Luxor,” Lese Majesty, Sub Pop, 2014, USA

7. The Sharks, “Music Answer,” 7″ single, Studio One, 1974?, Jamaica

8. James Brown Plays and Directs The James Brown Band, “Just Enough Room For Storage,” Sho Is Funky Down Here, King, 1971, USA

9. Phairin Phonphibun (ไพรินทร์ พรพิบูลย์), “Lam Phloen Chai Khon Ko,” Lam Klom Thung: The Essential Phairin Phonphibun (comp.), EM, late 70s, Thailand 

10. New York Art Quartet, “Sweet,” s/t, ESP Disk, 1965, USA

11. Le Kene-Star de Sikasso, “Hodi Hu Yenyan,” s/t, Mali Kunkan, 1977, Mali

12. Grateful Dead, “St. Stephen,” Aoxomoxoa, Warner Bros., 1969, USA


12/18/20 Dallas, TX

1. Laraaji, “Great Bells In the Morning,” Vision Songs, Vol. 1, Self-release (Numero), 1984, USA

2. Rivers on Mars, “Geechee Pimp Strollin’,” Deja Voodoo, Ropeadope, 2018, USA

3. K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas, “Koforidua Nsuo,” s/t, Ofo Bros, 1976, Ghana

4. Ananda Shankar, “Flights of Fantasy,” 2001, His Master’s Voice, 1984, India

5. Rob Mazurek’s Exploding Star Orchestra, “Galaxy 1000,” Dimensional Stardust, International Anthem, 2020, USA

6. Aura, “Winds of Love,” s/t, Fusion Music, 1979, USA

7. Byard Lancaster, “Dogtown,” It’s Not Up To Us, Vortex, 1968, USA

8. Mediavuelta, “Central & 49th,” MPLS Heat, Ananalog, 2018, USA

9. Bob Moses & Billy Martin, “Boat Song, Pt. II,” Drumming Birds, ITM, 1987, Germany

10. Estrellas del Caribe, “El Yoyo,” L’Art De Pleurer Les Ancêtres À San Basilio De Palenque, Buda, 2000, Colombia

11. Cem Karaca ve Apaşlar, “Şans Çocuğu,” 7″ single, Türkofon Universal, 1968, Turkey

12. Ny Anjarsoa, “Mahonena,” 7″ single, Discomad, 1978, Madagascar

13. Opa, “La Cumbia de Andrés,” Magic Time, Milestone, 1977, Uruguay

14. Afrika Bambaata, “Bionic Kats,” Beware (The Funk Is Everywhere), Tommy Boy, 1986, USA

15. Boogie Down Productions, “9mm Goes Bang,” Criminal Minded, B-Boy, 1987, USA

16. Midnight Ravers, “Teguerer,” digital single, Blanc Manioc, 2019, Mali / France 


12/4/20 Dallas, TX

1. Mr. Magic, “Rappin’ With Mr. Magic,” 7″ single, Magic Records, 1980, USA

2. Malik Abdul-Rahmaan, “Love Scene,” Field Research, Vol. 1: Malaysia, Paxico, 2017, USA

3. Shigeru Suzuki*, “Lady Pink Panther,” Lagoon, Panam, 1976, Japan

4. John Cale, “King Harry,” The Academy In Peril, Reprise, 1972, UK

5. Jeremiah Jae, “Poppopshoot,” Dirty Collections, Vol. 2, Warp, 2013, USA

6. Yellowman, “Bam Bam,” 7″ single, Volcano, 1982, Jamaica

7. Saint Ezekiel, “Ikeja Dreaming,” Everything is Under Alarm, self, 2020, USA

8. Dave Molk, “inside,” sleeper, self, 2020, US?A

9. Gerard Stokkink, “Yellow Turtles,” Shusaku & Dormu Dance Theater, self, 1984, Netherlands

10. Carlos Garnett, “Let Us Go (To Higher Heights),” Journey To Enlightenment, Muse, 1974, USA

11. Calixto Ochoa, “Recordando el Pasado,” 7″ single, Discos Fuentes, 1965, Colombia

12. Los Darts, “El Despertar,” 7″ single, Orbe, 1972, Venezuela

13. Haruomi Hosono, “Fuyu Goe,” House, Bellwood, 1973, Japan

*note, Shigeru Suzuki also features here on guitar

14. Hafusa Abasi & Slim Ali and the Kikulacho Yahoos Band, “Sina Raha,” 7″ single, Africa, 1978, Kenya


15. Tito Puente & His Orchestra, “Mambolino,” Mamborama, Tico, 1955, USA


11/13/20 Dallas, TX

1. Diggs Duke, “Juba,” Say My Name, self, 2020, USA

2. Lenis Guess, “How You Gonna Do It,” The Norfolk Sound, Jazzman, late 60s?, USA

3. Okyerema Asante, “That’s My Girl,” Sabi, Atumpan, 1980, Ghana

4. Etuk Ubong, “Purpose of Creation,” Africa Today, Night Dreamer, 2020, Nigeria

5. John Fahey, “America,” America, Takoma / 4 Men With Beards, 1971, USA

6. The Bothy Band, “Do You Love An Apple,” The Bothy Band, Mulligan, 1975, Ireland

7. Brigitte Fontaine, “Goudron,” Comme A La Radio, Saravah, 1969, France

8. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band, “Big Eyed Beans From Venus,” Clear Spot, Reprise, 1972, USA

9. Carmelo Torres y Los Toscos, “Mi Machete,” 7″ single (digital bonus), NYCT, 2015, Colombia

10. VERTO, “Comme La Folie,” Reel 19 36, Fleau, 1978, France

11. Orquesta Maravillas de Florida, “Buscame El Abanico,” Orquesta Maravillas de Florida, Areito, 1981, Cuba

12. Franciene Thomas, “I’ll Be There,” 7″ single, Tragar, 1968, USA

13. Ernest Wilson, “Pick Them Up,” 7″ single, Studio One, 1977, Jamaica


14. Stanley Cowell, “Sienna – Welcome My Darling,” Waiting For The Moment Galaxy, 1977, USA


11/6/20 Dallas, TX

1. The Notations, “A New Day,” Still Here, Numero / Twinight, 1971, USA

2. Ornette Coleman, “Civilization Day,” Science Fiction, Columbia, 1972, USA

3. Art Ensemble of Chicago, “Certain Blacks,” Certain Blacks, America, 1970, USA

4. Funkadelic, “Everybody Is Going to Make It This Time,” America Eats Its Young, Westbound, 1972, USA

5. The Family, “Nation Time,” 7″ single, North Bay, 1971, USA

6. The Sounds of Liberation, “Happy Tuesday,” New Horizons, Dogtown, 1972, USA

7. Afro Blue Persuasion, “Philadelphia Mambo,” 7″ single, Tramp, 1967, USA

8. Bunny Sigler and Cindy Scott, “Conquer The World Together,” 7″ single, Neptune, 1970, USA

9. Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now,” 


10/30/20 Dallas, TX

(The upload on this one seems to have clunked out at song nine. I deleted the master before realizing the error. Sorry about that. It was a good set. The entire list, as originally intended, is included for your digging inspiration.)

1. Exuma, “Paul Simon Nontooth,” Exuma II, Mercury, 1970, The Bahamas

2. Laurence Vanay, “Demain,” s/t, SFP, 1974, France

3. Tommy McCook, “Dirty Harry,” The Sannic Sounds, Dub Store, 1974, Jamaica

4. The Knight Brothers, “Temptation ‘Bout To Get Me,” 7″ single, Checkers, 1965, USA

5. El Wali, “Long Live the Sahrawi Army,” Tiris, Sahel Sounds / OXFAM Belgium, 1994, Western Sahara

6. Amnesty, “Mr. President,” Free Your Mind: The 700 West Sessions, Now-Again, 1973, USA

7. Stanton Davis’ Ghetto/Mysticism, “Brighter Days / Brighter Daze,” Outrageous Records Inc., 1977, USA

8.   Roy Burrowes, “Jericho Jazz,” 7″, Swing-A-Ling, 2015 (originally 1987-1998), Jamaica & USA

9. The Semi-Colon, “Nda Egbuo Ndia,” Ndia Egbuo Ndia (Afro Jigida), EMI, 1976, Nigeria

10. The Soul Stirrers, “I’m Tyring to Be Your Friend,” World Spirituality Classics 2 (comp.), Luaka Bop / Jewel, 1973, USA

11. La Crema, “Entre pared y la espada,” El Party, West Side Latino, 1973, USA

12. The Players’ Association, “Moon In Pisces,” s/t, Vanguard, 1977, USA

13. Alabaster dePlume, “If You’re Sure You Want To,” To Cy & Lee, International Anthem, 2020, UK

14. People’s Pleasure & Alive and Well, “Heavenly Feeling,” Brownstone, USA, 1976

15. Gang Starr, “Robbin Hood Theory,” Moment of Truth, Noo Trybe Records, USA, 1998


10/23/20 Dallas, TX

10/23/20 Dallas, TX

1. Jean Guerin, “Triptik 2,” Tacet, Futura, 1971, France

2. Deadly Headley, “The Danger,” 35 Years From Alpha, On-U Sound, 1982, Jamaica & UK

3. Yusef Lateef, “Love Theme From Spartacus,” Eastern Sounds, Moodsville, 1961, USA 

4. Dave and Ansel Collins, “My Best Girl,” Double Barrel, Big Tree, 1971, Jamaica

5. Monette Sudler Quintet, “Three In One,” Time for a Change, Inner City, 1977, USA

6. The Nitty Gritty Sextet, “Nitty Boo Boo,” s/t, Rocafort, 1967, USA

7. Conjunto Papa Upa, “Chicharron Peluo,” 7″ single, Names You Can Trust, 2019, Venezuela

8. Lula Cortes e Ze Ramalho, “Raga Dos Raios,” Paebiru, Solar, 1975, Brazil

9. Sarolta Zalatnay, “Itt a Nyar,” Sarolta Zalatnay (comp.), Finders Keepers / Pepita, 1972, Hungary 

10. Moulay Ahmed El Hassani, “Ya Li Hjarni,” Atlas Electric, Hive Mind, 2018, Morocco

11. Joseph Carbon and group, “Jou-la Maman-mwen Ke Mo,” Dominica – Creole Crossroads, Rounder (Alan Lomax), 1962, Dominica

12. Orchestre Los Camaroes, “Bezimbi,” Resurrection Los, Vol. 1, Editions Chic Sound / Analog Africa, 1979, Cameroon

13. Mandalay Sein Mottah, “Lover of Smiling Girls,” Princess Nicotine: Folk and Pop Sounds of Myanmar (comp.), Sublime Frequencies, 2004 (original track date not clear), Myanmar  

14. Mariano Perez y Su Conjunto, “Mujer Ingrata,” Por El Título Mundial, Discos Fuentes, 1983, Colombia


10/16/20 Dallas, TX

1. Amon Düül 2, “Fly United,” Vive La Trance, United Artists, 1973, Germany

2. Ramsey Lewis, “Aufu Oodu,” Salongo, Columbia, 1976, USA

3. Archie Shepp, “Brotherhood At Ketchaoua,” Live At The Panafrican Festival, BYG Actuel, 1971, USA & Algeria & Touareg musicians

4. Antoine Brumel / Huelgas Ensemble, Hosannah & Agnus Dei II, Missa Et Ecce Terrae Motus, Sony Classical, 1990, France, Belgium

5. George Duke, “Sunrise,” Follow The Rainbow, Epic, 1979, USA

PSA 6. Mediavuelta, “mnenomicide? not here,” LOADED / OVERLOADED, Ananalog, 2020, USA

7. Sabah, “Belloutatek,” 7″ single, Voix du Liban, early 70s?, Lebanon

8. Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe, “Osondi Owendi / Ndidi Kanma,” Osondi Owendi, Polygram, 1984, Nigeria

9. La Banda Africana, “Te Clavo La… Mano,” La Locura de Machuca, Analog Africa / Machuca, 1980, Colombia


10/9/20 Dallas, TX

1. The Lyman Woodard Organization, “Allen Barnes,” Saturday Night Special, Strata, 1975, USA

2. Vanakos, “I Hate Disco… Not The Dance !…,” 7″ single, Remember ’79, 1983, Greece

3. Sootharn Chairungreuang (สุนทร ชัยรุ่งเรือง), “Bor Ti Kaa Laai,” DIY Disco Molam (comp.), ZudRangMa / Khaen Sang, late 1970s?, Thailand

4. Syrinx, “Ibistix,” Long Lost Relatives, True North, 1971, Canada

5. Jeff Cowell, “Not Down This Low,” Lucky Strikes and Liquid Gold, private press / Numero Group, 1975, USA

6. Derek and The Ruins, “Quinka Matta,” Saisoro, Tzadik, 1995, UK & Japan

7. Bessie Jones & The Georgia Sea Island Singers, “Buzzard Lope,” Songs of Hard Times, Alan Lomax Archive, 1965, USA

8. Mindy Meng Wang (王萌), “Forbidden City, A Cold Moon,” An Improvisation Through Time and Space (穿越时光的即兴), Music In Exile, 2020, Australia

9. Louis Moholo Octet, “You Ain’t Gonna Know Me ‘Cos You Think You Know Me,” Spirits Rejoice!, Ogun, 1979, South Africa

PSA 10. Mediavuelta, “from gas station to station,” LOADED OVERLOADED, Ananalog, 2020, USA

11. Alberto Baldan Bembo, “Abat Jour,” L’Amica Di Mia Madre, Sonor Music Editions, 1975, Italy

*Note that I’ve incorrectly identified this track in the show. My recording is from a no longer available Bandcamp download of a multi-artist, two-sider released by Jazz Room, and the metadata is mistaken. The Iiyosi Kaoru & The WIP track is the flip.   

12. Lokassa Ya Mbongo, “O Pusi,” Adiza, Syllart Production, 1985, Congo & France

13. Alex Malheiros, “Papaia,” Atlantic Forest, Milestone, 1985, Brazil

14. Mdou Moctar, “Kamane Tarhanine,” Ilana: The Creator, Sahel Sounds, 2019, Niger 


10/2/20 Dallas, TX

1. Richard Leo Johnson, “Morning Glory,” The Legend of Vernon McAlister

2. Heldon, “Back To Heldon,” Electronique Guerilla (Heldon I)

3. Ranil y su Conjunto Tropical, “Vuelo a Saturno,” Ranil y su Conjunto Tropical (comp.), Analog Africa / Producciones Llerena, 2020, Peru

4. PSA – Mediavuelta, “stayman winesap cellared,” Loaded Overloaded, Ananalog, 2020, USA

5. Eddie Palmieri & Harlem River Drive, “Azucar, pts. II and III,” Recorded Live At Sing Sing, Tico, 1972, USA 

6. Lantei Lamptey, “Komi Ke Kenam (Fish & Funjee),” 7″ single, African Music Explosion, 1974, Ghana?

7. White Heaven, “Blind Promise,” Out, P.S.F., 1991, Japan

8. Rotomagus, “Fightin’ Cock,” 7″ single, Butterfly, 1971, France

9. Manu Dibango, “Moni,” Makossa Man, Atlantic, 1974, Cameroon

10. Force, “Stand Up,” Habibi Funk 014: Solidarity With Beirut (comp.) / Forced, Habibi Funk, 1984, Lebanon

11. Sun Ra, “Where Pathways Meet,” Lanquidity, Philly Jazz, 1978, Saturn


9/25/20 Dallas, TX

1. Charles Brackeen Quartet, “Attainment,” Attainment, Silkheart, 1988, USA

2. Deke Tom Dollard, “Beant,” Blaguer Tuer, War Productions, 1979, Ivory Coast

3. Jackie Mittoo, “Darker Shade of Black,” Striker Showcase (comp.), 17 North Parade / Striker, 1976?, Jamaica  

4. Bobbi Humphrey, “Harlem River Drive,” Blacks & Blues, Blue Note, 1974, USA

5. fly anakin., “super dragon punch ii,” people like us., Mutant Academy, 2017, USA

6. Chab Rabah El Maghnaoui, “Amayna Alik Anti,” Maghreb K7 Club (comp.), Edition Merabet / Disques Bongo Joe, late 80s, France / Algeria 

7. Anteloper, “Soledad Saboteur,” Tour Beats, Vol. 1, International Anthem, 2020, USA

8. Duke Bootee, “Live Wire,” Bust Me Out, Mercury, 1984, USA

7. Freddie Gibbs & Yu Mamiya, “Start And End,” single, Fat Beats, 2020, USA & Japan

8. Byard Lancaster, “Mr. A.A.,” It’s Not Up to Us, Vortex, 1968, USA

9. Mediavuelta, “mnemonicide? not here,” loaded, overloaded, Ananalog, 2020, USA

10. Maria Rita, “A Cidade,” Brasileira, Acorde, 1988, Brasil

11. Gianfranco Reverberi & Romolo Forlai, “Rivelazioni Di Uno Psichiatra Sul Mondo Perverso Del Sesso,” 7″ single, Finders Keepers, 1973, Italy

12. Ghost, “Hazy Paradise,” Hypnotic Underworld, Drag City, 2004, Japan

13. Emmanuelle Parrenin, “Plume Blanche, Plume Noire,” Maison Rose, Ballon Noir, France, 1977

14. Aretha Franklin, “I Say A Little Prayer,” 7″ single, Atlantic, 1968


9/18/20 Dallas, TX

1. 101 North, “Night Voices,” 101 North, Capitol, 1988, USA

2. Sourakata Koite, “Dioula,” Sourakata Koite, en Hollande, Plexus, 1985, Senegal

3. The Leonard Simpson Duo, “Friends,” LSD, Jakarta, 2020, USA & New Zealand

4. Barney McCall, “Precious Energy,” An Extra Celestial Christmas, 2019, Australia & USA

5. Charles Earland, “I Was Made to Love Her,” Soul Story, Prestige, 1972

6. Ondigui and Bota Tabansi International, “Longe La Wenga,” Ewondo Rythm, Nigeria, 1977

7. Izumi Kobayashi, “Palm St.,” Coconuts High, Kitty Records, 1981, Japan

8. Ray Barretto, “Numero Uno,” Eye Of The Beholder, 1977, USA

9. Bebeto, “Preto Velho (versao Tapioca Discos),” 7″ single, Kampana, 1981/2020, Brazil 

10. Conjunto Panama, “Trigueñito y Solo,” Panama 3! (compiled), Soundway, Panama

11. Hama, “Cal Bawaga,” Music From Saharan WhatsApp 08, Sahel Sounds, Niger, 2020

11. Tom Ze, “Doi,” Estudando o Samba, Continental, 1976, Brazil

12. Griot Galaxy, “XY-Moch,” Kins, Black & White, 1982, USA

13. Bert Jansch, “Kittiwake,” Avocet, Exlibris, 1978, UK


        9/1/20, Dallas, TX

1. Billy Green, “Stone,” Stone (Original Film Soundtrack), Warner Bros. Records, 1974, Australia

2. Gary Bartz NTU Troop, “I’ve Known Rivers,” I’ve Known Rivers and Other Bodies, Prestige, 1973, USA

3. Alfred Panou, “Je Suis Un Sauvage,” 7″ single, Saravah, 1969, France

4. Sharbahil Ahmed, “Kamar Dawa,” The King of Sudanese Jazz, Habibi Funk (originally Munsphone, mid-70s?), 2020, Sudan

5. MFSP, “Warmouth,” High Springs, FL –PSA–

6. Pharoah Sanders, “Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong,” Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong, Doctor Jazz, 1987, USA

7. Jeff Parker, “Go Away,” Blues For Max Brown, International Anthem, 2020, USA  

8. Bileo, “You Can Win,” 7″ single, Watts City, 1979, USA

9. Brazil Very Happy Band, “Tipo Africa,” 7″ single, Polydor, 1977, Brazil

11. Roy Ayers Ubiquity, “Ain’t Got Time,” He’s Coming, Polydor, 1972, USA

12. Les Yper Sound, “Bogen & Roland,” Explorations In Drums and Sax, Figure & Ground, 2016, USA

13. The Sylvers, “We Can Make It,” The Sylvers II, Pride, 1972, USA

14. Pedro Lima, “Nba ba compensadora,” Africa Minha Terra, Iefe, 1987, Sao Tome and Principe