Podcast: Out Of Africa #10

Out Of AfricaDJ Jota P accompanies us on an in-depth trip through world music and global beats from an African perspective!!

This show kicks off with the beautiful voice of Sade Adu, we then go to Zap Mama and King Britt. We travel to Brazil with Jorge Ben Jor and Ed Motta. The journey continues connecting the different dots and sounds and closes up with Afrika Baambata & Soul Sonic Force with “Planet Rock”.

This planet is a rock with different beautiful souls from different places, backgrounds etc…yet…We are One!


Music is the glue that connects humanity as ONE!

(Aired on the Angolan National Radio on the 15th of September 2021)


Track list:

  • SadeNo Ordinary Love [from Love Deluxe; Epic Records, 1992]
  • Zap Mama – Affection [from Supermoon; Heads Up International, 2007]
  • King Britt Presents Sylk 130 Season´s Change [from When The Funk Hits the Fan; Six Degrees, 1997]
  • Roy Ayers – The Third Eye [from Everybody Loves The Sunshine; Polydor, 1976]
  • Jorge Ben Jor – Take it Easy My Brother Charles [from Jorge Ben; Philips, 1969]
  • Ed Motta – Manuel [from Ed Motta & Conexão Japeri, Warner Music Brasil, 1988]
  • Secret Night Gang – Journey [from The Sun/Journey; 2021]
  • The Boris Gardner Happening – Ghetto Funk [from Darker Than Blue: Soul from Jamdown 1973-1980; PK Records , 2020]
  • The Pace Setters – Freedom and Justice [from Push on Jesse Jackson/Freedom and Justice; Kent, 1971]
  • Barradas – Woman [from Wild Safari; RCA Victor, 1971]
  • Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised [from Pieces of a Man; Flying Dutchman, 1971]
  • Tobe NwigweThe Revolution Will Not Be Televised [from The Revolution Will Not Be Televised; 2021]
  • Us3 – Pay Attention [from An Ordinary Day in an Unusual Place; Boutique/Universal Jazz, 2001]
  • Solsonics – Now This Is How We Do It [from Jazz in The Present Tense; Chrysalis Records, 1994]
  • Us3 – Cantaloop [from Super Mario Bros.; Capitol Records, 1993]
  • Yesterday’s New QuintetDice Game [from The Funky Side of Life; Stones Throw Records, 2005]
  • Miles Davis – Duke Booty [from Doo Bop, Unique Recording Studios, 1992]
  • Herbie Hancock – Rockit [from Future Shock; Columbia Records, 1983]
  • Afrika Baambata & Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock [from Planet Rock: The Album; Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records, 1983]



– Listen in to all of Out of Africa previous episodes HERE –