Older Is Better

The second half of the proGram took a chance on some sounds that took me back into the future, with a trip and a beat, we didn’t fall down. Drive on into the summer with these tunes:

Love Like This- Bacao Rhythm Steel Band
Omo Ejo- Fela Ransom Kuti & His Koola Lobitos
Home Cooking- Fela Ransom Kuti & His Koola Lobitos

Many Questions- Tony Allen with Cesar Anot/Doctor L/Jean Phi Dary/Jeff Kellner
Esso Strut- ¬°ESSO! Afrojam Funkbeat
Nothing to Show for it- Femi Kuti
No Place for my Dream- Femi Kuti

Tuareg Dance- Leni Stern
Dedication- Leni Stern
I Wish I knew How it Would Fell to be Free- The Sachal Ensemble Ft. La Marisoul
Sensuousness- Omar Sosa & Paolo Fresu Ft. Natasha Atlas & Jaques Morelenbaum

Speaking Gently- BADBADNOTGOOD
Shout it Out- Balkan Beat Box
Peace be Unto Us- Nat Birchall

Pain- De La Soul Ft. Snoop Dogg
Bravery- J57
The Sideshow- DJ Shadow Ft. Ernie Fresh

The Damselfly- Dub Dynasty
Good Morning Jamaica- Dubamine Ft. Carlton Livingston
Murda Style- Dubamine
Horror Zone- Max Romero
Soul Nation (Under One Vibration)- The Soul Express

Glad You’re Home- Protoge
Interview # 13: Eat That Question Interview Segments: Frank Zappa/Mike Keneally

Drive on, Rider.

Drive on, Rider.

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