Rita's World - Episode 24 Mon, 2012-03-12 16:49

The Atlantic looms large in this episode – music coming from the slave trade routes of Africa, South America and the USA. Some of it direct, some via all sorts of routes like our harmonica blues man Erroll Linton who gives us London via the USA + Jamaica. There is an ode to love and tolerence From No Stranger Here, Krystle Warren and Lebanese composer Rabih Abou-Khalil to finish off the session with his Prayer for Tolerance.

1.Yale Strom & Hot Pstromi – Kolomeyke – The Devils Brides – Arc Music
2. Mehrpouya – Dokhtare Shab – Rangapang – Vampi Soul
3. Congos – Chain Gang – Back In The Black Arc – Mediacom
4. Erroll Linton – Stressed Out – Mama Said – Ruby Records
5. Little Axe – Take A Stroll – Bought For A Dollar / Sold For A Dime – Real World
6. Seeds Of Creation – Hackney Vibes – Hackney Vibes – Raide Records
7. No Stranger Here – Drunk In Love – No Stranger Here Shuba Mudgal / Ursula Rucker / Business Class Refugees – Earthsync
8. Krystle Warren & The Faculty – Every Morning Love Songs A Time You May Embrace – Parlour Door Music
9. Roberto Fonseca – 7 Rayos – Yo – Montuno / Jazz Village
10. Transglobal Underground – We Come To Tear Your Wall Down – Uproar in The 20’s Mix – Cadiz Music
11. To Ane E Lo Memo Sexteto – Nena – Jende Ri Palenque People Of Palenque – Soul Jazz Records
12. Black Truth Rhythm Band – Kilmanjaro – Ifetayo – Soundway
13. Fatback Brother Bill Curtis – Dance Girl – The Best Of Perception + Today Records – BBE
14. Joe Thomas – Chitlins + Cuchifritos – The Best Of Perception + Today Records – BBE
15. Rabih Abouh-Khalil – A Prayer For Tolerance – Trouble In Jerusalem – Enja Records