Music of the World with Stephen Kent

Music of the World with Stephen Kent – July 30, 2015

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Today’s show loosely followed Barack Obama’s East African visit with a collection of music both traditional and contemporary and in the main from Kenya, Burundi, Uganda and other countries in the region.

9088_10151116012817986_322086615_nKamatana – Gusii tribesmen from SW Kenya with their Obokanos


Drummers of Burundi (Burundi)Royal Drums (Excerpt)The Drummers of BurundiReal World
Traditional Burundi (Burundi)Chant Avec FemmesBurundi - Musiqus TraditionellesOcora
Aka Pygmies (Centrafrique)Bangondo Ba Bandombo Ba Za KemaCentrafrique - Pygmies AkaOcora
Kamatana (KenyaMoraaRememberEcho Location Records
Henry Makobi (Kenya)Omulanga WamukaAfrican BluesWorld Music Network
Samite (Uganda)WebakeAfrican LullabyEllipsis Arts
Aleck Nkhata (Zambia)MaggieAfrican BluesWorld Music Network
Les Wanyika (Kenya)Sina MakosaKenya Dance ManiaEarthworks
Aurelio (Belize)Laru BeyaLaru BeyaCumbancha
Lea Lignanzi (Centrafrique)Dede PriscillaSound D'Afrique Vol 2Mango
Lucky Dube (S.Africa)SlaveBest of Lucky DubeWorld Music Network

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