Podcast: Out Of Africa #1

This show is a trip through world music and global beats searching for the Oneness in humanity, regardless of all geographical, political, economic and all kinds of divisions, and identifications we might all have, in these times of uncertainties we search for Unity.
The unity that music brings to us all, be it by dancing to a cumbia from Colombia, by missing a special person by listening to a piece of fado music. Music is the glue that connects humankind as One.
(Aired on April 7 on RFM Stereo, from Angola National Radio – Rádio Nacional de Angola).


1. Vum Vum – Xe Xe Xe [from Vum Vum Vum; Groove Records Reedition, 2021]
2. Konono n.1 – Paradiso [from Congotronics; Ache, 2005]
3. Ba Cissoko – Sabolan [from Sabolan, Marabi, 2002]
4. Ballaké Sissoko feat. Sona Jobarteh – Djourou [from Djourou, 2021]
5. Funy Havest – That Day [from Space Echo: The Mistery Behind the Cosmic Sound of Cabo Verde; Analog Africa, 2016]
6. Mestre Cupijó e Seu Rítmo – Eu quero o meu anel [from Siriá; Analog Africa, 2014]
7.  Johnny Haastrup – Greetings [from Nigeria 70; Strut Records, 2009]
8.  Mad Man Jaga – Hankuri [from Nigeria Afrobeat Special: The New Explosive Sound in 1970´s Nigeria; Soundway Records, 2010]
9.  Jackie Mittoo – Hot Milk [from Studio One Records; Soul Jazz Records, 2001]
10. Blood Sisters – Ring My Bell [from Hustle, Disco Reggae; Soul Jazz Records, 2002]
11. The Pace Setters – Freedom and Justice [from Super Funk – Rare Funk From Deep In The Crates; Universal Sounds, 2000]
12. Funk Como Le Gusta  Funk de Bamba [from Roda de Funk; ST2 Records, 2000]
13. Horace Silver – Song For My Father [from Song For My Father; Blue Note Records, 1965]
14. Sun Ra – Nucelar War [from Nuclear War; Y Records, 1982]
15. Alexandre Camarão feat. Kalaf and Joana Ruival (vocals) – A Espera [from The Remixes; Loop: Recordings, 2005]
16. Sam The Kid Ethos [from Amalia Revisited; Different World, 2005]
17. Amerigo Gazaway – There is a Way [from The Return (Yasiin Gaye); Not On Label (Amerigo Gazaway Self-released, 2014]
18. Buju Banton feat. John Legend Memories [from Upside Down; Gargamel Music, 2020]
– Listen in to all of Out of Africa previous episodes HERE –