Saturday, February 12, 2011

LatiNegr@s: A Roots Mixtape – A Transnational Movement of Afro Funk and Soul


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A Roots Mixtape – A Transnational Movement Of Afro Funk And Soul by Illselection on Mixcloud

An hour and a half mix of organic, old-school 60s and 70s Roots music that spans genre, nationality, race, and language. They are all hybrids and manifestations of Afro musical influences that pay tribute to our roots and transnational movements across land, sea, and social borders. Inside the mix you'll find: Cumbia, Salsa, Funk, Afrobeat, Rara, Carnival music, Congotronics, Merengue, Calypso, Batucada, and Reggae from Africa, the Caribbean, and America.

Gade Yon Rara - Roots Of Haiti

La Agarradera - Johnny Ventura

Who're You? - Fela Ransome Kuti & The Africa 70

Esto No Lleva Bata - Los Papines

Real Rock - Sound Dimension

Hankuri - Madman Jaga

Old Buzzard - Los Silvertones

90% Of Me Is You - Amral's Trinidad Cavaliers Steel Orchestra

Cumbia Cienaguera - Conjunto Tipico Vallenato

Dom Sou Nare Bakh (feat. Youssou N'Dour) - Etoile De Dakar

Cherry Oh Baby - Eric Donaldson

Tito On Timbales - Tito Puente

Nana Nina - Bush Y Sus Magnificos

Together - Ray Barretto

Truths and Rights - Johnny Osbourne

La Piojosa - La Sonora Cienaguera

Give It Up and Turn It Loose - James Brown

Carnival Brass Band - Afro-Cuban musicians

Bam Bam - Byron Lee And The Dragonaires

Ba-Tu-Ca-Da - Par Ney De Castro

Cantos De Yuka - Afro-Cuban musicians

Unknown - Domincan Merengue

Salsa Na Ma - Fruko Y Sus Tesos

Rara in Haiti - Bizoton Unspecified

Mama Liza - Konono No.1


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