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    [ngoma | african folk music • flac | tracks+cue | lossless | cd] The Drummers of Burundi ( formed: Burundi) "Live at Real World" (Real World Records, RWMCD1, UK, 1992 • Redacted) 01 . Live at Real World (29:48) Code: Выделить всё Exact Audio Copy V1.

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  • 08/11/17--11:08: NRJ Hit List 3CD (2017)
  • NRJ Hit List 3CD (2017)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: NRJ Hit List 2017
    Label: Warner Special Marketing, Warner Music France
    Style: Synthpop, Zouglou, Raggamuffin, Future Bass, Dancehall, Electropop, Indietronica, Tropical
    Release Date: 19-05-2017
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 60 Tracks
    Size: 491 Mb / 03:29:15 Min

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    V.A. Levi Roots Presents: Reggae Reggae Hits [3CD] (2017) | MP3 |VS|
    Mp3 CBR 320 kbps | Reggae, Caribbean | Union Square Music | 3:17:56 | 3CD | 482 Mb


    CD1:
    1. Bob Marley and the Wailers v Funkstar Deluxe - Sun Is Shining
    2. Shaggy feat Ricardo 'Rikrok' Ducent - It Wasn't Me (Radio Edit)
    3. Big Mountain - Baby I Love Your way
    4. Maxi Priest - Wild World
    5. Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease Me
    6. Jimmy Cliff - Wonderful World Beautiful People
    7. UB40 feat Chrissie Hyde - I Got You Babe
    8. Shaggy feat Rayvon - In The Summertime
    9. Brian & Tony Gold, Red Dragon - Compliments on Your Kiss
    10. Skatalites - You're Wondering Now
    11. Ken Boothe - Everything I Own
    12. Dave and Ansell Collins - Monkey Spanner
    13. Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper
    14. Levi Roots - A Message To You Rudi
    15. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - It Mek
    16. Boris Gardiner - Elizabethan Reggae
    17. Sugar Minott - Good Thing Going (We've Got a Good Thing Going)
    18. Bitty McLean - It Keeps Rainin'
    19. The Tennors - Another Scorcher
    20. Rupie Edwards - Ire Feelings (Leggo Skanga)

    CD2:
    1. Althea & Donna - Uptown Top Ranking
    2. Dave and Ansell Collins - Double Barrel
    3. Boris Gardiner - I Want To Wake Up with You
    4. Bob and Marcia - To Be Young Gifted and Black
    5. Desmond Dekker - You Can Get It If You Really Want
    6. Aswad - Shine
    7. Third World - Now that We've Found Love
    8. Dawn Penn - You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)
    9. Janet Kay - Silly Games
    10. Junior Murvin - Police & Thieves
    11. Blu Cantrell feat Sean Paul - Breathe
    12. Shabba Ranks & Maxi Priest - Housecall (Your Body Can't Lie to Me)
    13. Toni Braxton ft Mad Cobra - You're Making Me High
    14. Susan Cadogan - Hurts So Good
    15. Sophia George - Girlie Girlie
    16. Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now
    17. The Paragons - The Tide is High
    18. Nicky Thomas - Love Of the Common People
    19. Bob and Marcia - Pied Piper
    20. 10CC - Dreadlock Holiday

    CD3:
    1. Sean Kingston feat Jonathan Rotem - Beautiful Girls
    2. Damian Marley - Welcome To Jamrock
    3. Shaggy - Oh Carolina
    4. Pato Banton feat The Reggae Revolution, Ali Campbell & Robin Campbell - Baby Come Back
    5. Beats International feat Lindy Layton - Dub Be Good To me
    6. Ace of Base - Don't Turn Around
    7. Harry J &The All Stars - Liquidator
    8. The Upsetters - Return Of Django
    9. Greyhound - Black and White
    10. Tony Tribe - Red Red Wine
    11. Arrow - Hot Hot Hot
    12. Louchie Lou & Michie One - Shout (It Out)
    13. Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket
    14. Ken Boothe - Crying Over You
    15. Paul Davidson - Midnight Rider
    16. The Pioneers - Let Your Yeah Be Yeah
    17. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - 007 (Shanty Town)
    18. Dandy Livingstone - Suzanne Beware of the Devil
    19. John Holt - Help Me Make It Through the Night
    20. Levi Roots - Don't Worry Be Happy


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    V.A. Flamenqueo (2017) | MP3 |VS|

    1 Antonio Cortes – Desesperado
    2 Maria Toledo – Yo vivo a mi manera
    3 Navajita Platea – Frío Sin Ti (feat. Buika)
    4 Nyno Vargas – Mi libertad
    5 Pastora Soler – Hoy te ríes
    6 Pitingo – Noches de blanco satén
    7 Rasel – La consulta
    8 Maki – Loca (feat. María Artes)
    9 María Toledo – Te estoy amando locamente
    10 Pablo Alboran – Caramelo
    11 Raya Real – Dile
    12 Sergio Contreras – Llego el momento
    13 Vanesa Martín – Durmiendo En Tu Ombligo (feat. Vanesa Martín)
    14 Maki – Cuéntame (feat. Helena)
    15 Camela – No tengas miedo
    16 Sergio Contreras – No lloran los hombres (feat. Miguel Saez y Yoanis Star)
    17 Vanesa Martín – Hablaran de ti y de mi
    18 Diana Navarro – La reina de Occidente
    19 Camela – Amor Imposible
    20 Pitingo – A puro dolor
    21 Nyno Vargas – Contigo
    22 Buika – Ni contigo ni sin ti
    23 David deMaria – Y si te vas
    24 Demarco Flamenco – La isla del Amor (feat. Maki)
    25 Haze – En esta celda (feat. Pedro El Granaino)
    26 Kiko y Shara – Perro que ladra no muerde
    27 Maria Artes – El sonido de una gota
    28 Pablo Alboran – Pasos de cero
    29 Elbicho – De los malos
    30 Pastora Soler – Bendita locura
    31 Sara Vega – No juegues al amor
    32 Pablo Alboran – Perdóname (con Carminho)
    33 Kiko y Shara – Si me amas
    34 Melendi – Caminando por la vida
    35 Rosalia – Catalina
    36 Triana De Alba – La felicidad
    37 Estrella Morente – Volver
    38 Vanesa Martin – Te has perdido quien soy
    39 Miguel Saez – Rickyti (feat. Hakim)
    40 Raya Real – La bicicleta
    41 Demarco Flamenco – ¿Que nos ha pasado? (feat. Maria Artes Lamorena)
    42 David deMaria – Un latido
    43 DMEI – Castigame
    44 Maki – Ay mare (feat. Demarco Flamenco)
    45 Nyno Vargas – Veneno (feat. Demarco Flamenco)
    46 La Húngara – Déjame Volar
    47 María Artes – Te amo
    48 Jose Merce – Tu frialdad (feat. Pablo Alboran)
    49 Demarco Flamenco – Como te imagine
    50 Camela – No pongas riendas al corazón


    Pop, Flamenco
    mp3 320 Kbps | 440 MB


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    V.A. Levi Roots Presents: Reggae Reggae Hits [3CD] (2017) | MP3 |VS|
    Mp3 CBR 320 kbps | Reggae, Caribbean | Union Square Music | 3:17:56 | 3CD | 482 Mb


    CD1:
    1. Bob Marley and the Wailers v Funkstar Deluxe - Sun Is Shining
    2. Shaggy feat Ricardo 'Rikrok' Ducent - It Wasn't Me (Radio Edit)
    3. Big Mountain - Baby I Love Your way
    4. Maxi Priest - Wild World
    5. Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease Me
    6. Jimmy Cliff - Wonderful World Beautiful People
    7. UB40 feat Chrissie Hyde - I Got You Babe
    8. Shaggy feat Rayvon - In The Summertime
    9. Brian & Tony Gold, Red Dragon - Compliments on Your Kiss
    10. Skatalites - You're Wondering Now
    11. Ken Boothe - Everything I Own
    12. Dave and Ansell Collins - Monkey Spanner
    13. Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper
    14. Levi Roots - A Message To You Rudi
    15. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - It Mek
    16. Boris Gardiner - Elizabethan Reggae
    17. Sugar Minott - Good Thing Going (We've Got a Good Thing Going)
    18. Bitty McLean - It Keeps Rainin'
    19. The Tennors - Another Scorcher
    20. Rupie Edwards - Ire Feelings (Leggo Skanga)

    CD2:
    1. Althea & Donna - Uptown Top Ranking
    2. Dave and Ansell Collins - Double Barrel
    3. Boris Gardiner - I Want To Wake Up with You
    4. Bob and Marcia - To Be Young Gifted and Black
    5. Desmond Dekker - You Can Get It If You Really Want
    6. Aswad - Shine
    7. Third World - Now that We've Found Love
    8. Dawn Penn - You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)
    9. Janet Kay - Silly Games
    10. Junior Murvin - Police & Thieves
    11. Blu Cantrell feat Sean Paul - Breathe
    12. Shabba Ranks & Maxi Priest - Housecall (Your Body Can't Lie to Me)
    13. Toni Braxton ft Mad Cobra - You're Making Me High
    14. Susan Cadogan - Hurts So Good
    15. Sophia George - Girlie Girlie
    16. Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly Now
    17. The Paragons - The Tide is High
    18. Nicky Thomas - Love Of the Common People
    19. Bob and Marcia - Pied Piper
    20. 10CC - Dreadlock Holiday

    CD3:
    1. Sean Kingston feat Jonathan Rotem - Beautiful Girls
    2. Damian Marley - Welcome To Jamrock
    3. Shaggy - Oh Carolina
    4. Pato Banton feat The Reggae Revolution, Ali Campbell & Robin Campbell - Baby Come Back
    5. Beats International feat Lindy Layton - Dub Be Good To me
    6. Ace of Base - Don't Turn Around
    7. Harry J &The All Stars - Liquidator
    8. The Upsetters - Return Of Django
    9. Greyhound - Black and White
    10. Tony Tribe - Red Red Wine
    11. Arrow - Hot Hot Hot
    12. Louchie Lou & Michie One - Shout (It Out)
    13. Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket
    14. Ken Boothe - Crying Over You
    15. Paul Davidson - Midnight Rider
    16. The Pioneers - Let Your Yeah Be Yeah
    17. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - 007 (Shanty Town)
    18. Dandy Livingstone - Suzanne Beware of the Devil
    19. John Holt - Help Me Make It Through the Night
    20. Levi Roots - Don't Worry Be Happy


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    V.A. Flamenqueo (2017) | MP3 |VS|

    1 Antonio Cortes – Desesperado
    2 Maria Toledo – Yo vivo a mi manera
    3 Navajita Platea – Frío Sin Ti (feat. Buika)
    4 Nyno Vargas – Mi libertad
    5 Pastora Soler – Hoy te ríes
    6 Pitingo – Noches de blanco satén
    7 Rasel – La consulta
    8 Maki – Loca (feat. María Artes)
    9 María Toledo – Te estoy amando locamente
    10 Pablo Alboran – Caramelo
    11 Raya Real – Dile
    12 Sergio Contreras – Llego el momento
    13 Vanesa Martín – Durmiendo En Tu Ombligo (feat. Vanesa Martín)
    14 Maki – Cuéntame (feat. Helena)
    15 Camela – No tengas miedo
    16 Sergio Contreras – No lloran los hombres (feat. Miguel Saez y Yoanis Star)
    17 Vanesa Martín – Hablaran de ti y de mi
    18 Diana Navarro – La reina de Occidente
    19 Camela – Amor Imposible
    20 Pitingo – A puro dolor
    21 Nyno Vargas – Contigo
    22 Buika – Ni contigo ni sin ti
    23 David deMaria – Y si te vas
    24 Demarco Flamenco – La isla del Amor (feat. Maki)
    25 Haze – En esta celda (feat. Pedro El Granaino)
    26 Kiko y Shara – Perro que ladra no muerde
    27 Maria Artes – El sonido de una gota
    28 Pablo Alboran – Pasos de cero
    29 Elbicho – De los malos
    30 Pastora Soler – Bendita locura
    31 Sara Vega – No juegues al amor
    32 Pablo Alboran – Perdóname (con Carminho)
    33 Kiko y Shara – Si me amas
    34 Melendi – Caminando por la vida
    35 Rosalia – Catalina
    36 Triana De Alba – La felicidad
    37 Estrella Morente – Volver
    38 Vanesa Martin – Te has perdido quien soy
    39 Miguel Saez – Rickyti (feat. Hakim)
    40 Raya Real – La bicicleta
    41 Demarco Flamenco – ¿Que nos ha pasado? (feat. Maria Artes Lamorena)
    42 David deMaria – Un latido
    43 DMEI – Castigame
    44 Maki – Ay mare (feat. Demarco Flamenco)
    45 Nyno Vargas – Veneno (feat. Demarco Flamenco)
    46 La Húngara – Déjame Volar
    47 María Artes – Te amo
    48 Jose Merce – Tu frialdad (feat. Pablo Alboran)
    49 Demarco Flamenco – Como te imagine
    50 Camela – No pongas riendas al corazón


    Pop, Flamenco
    mp3 320 Kbps | 440 MB


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    https://ti1ca.com/t9zpx4t1-Tm-143-Tm-143.rar.html

    03:07] 01. California beach Orchestra - Walkin on the sea : Ah ! De Courson? entre Malicorne et la zik de Super Croix ! Faut remplir le frigo. Zik pour la pub Scheider.
    [03:10] 02. Dany Danielle et Henri Piegay - Fait chaud : Une sucrerie avec biscottes volontaire pour l'ambiance.
    [06:49] 03. Mr Kobla - Sur la route de l'éré (Gymtomix) : parce que ce sont les vacances !
    [03:49] 04. Ryan Paris - Dolce Vita ( uptown Sk'house mix) : J'ai encore réussi à le placer dans une compil' été !
    [06:02] 05. Roland Magdane - Jolie l'angoisse ( clubmix): Le bonheur des puces c'est trouvé ça pour 1 euro entre des trucs hyper cheros.Je pensais jamais le trouver !
    [04:04] 06. Encore vous - C'est la nuit des dames ( eclatery mix) : Les frères Mansion dans leurs délires. : un 45 - Un nom. Notez l'astuce du nom du groupe !
    [03:59] 07. La Bande à Basile - Chantez Français, Dansez Français
    [03:10] 09. Leopold & vous - Les garçons de la plage : Les frères Mansion dans leurs délires : un 45 - Un nom.
    [04:25] 10. Hervé Cristiani - Radio bonheur (originale) : la version vinyle album introuvable.
    [03:12] 11. Dario Farina - Sei la scola che amo : Jolie bluette qui complète parfois les compils italos.
    [03:50] 12. Boney M - Megamix : Parce que c'est l'été.
    [03:30] 13. Banana's - Banana : La famille Gouty, gros spécialiste de gaudriole, tente un truc coloniale petit nègre raciste. Enfin, vu d'aujourd'hui. 
    [02:51] 14. Meks - La vie belle : Mercier, Koolenn, groupe éphémère de 1978.
    [08:03] 15. Carrara - Shine On Dance (extended italo mix): pas facile a dégoter en cd !
    [03:05] 16. Nancy Holloway - La maison près de la fontaine : Jolie version articulée.
    [03:41] 17. Charles Trenet - La mer  (version 1975) : Très rare, la version 1975 pour vendre à l’époque le dernier lp de chez Pathé Marconi.
    [05:00] 18. Jean Claude Borelly - Concerto de la mer ( premier mixage) : Mixage plus aérien et avec Pierre Dutour à la trompette. Son cd.


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  • 08/11/17--12:10: We Love Summer 2CD (2017)
  • We Love Summer 2CD (2017)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: We Love Summer
    Label: Polystar (Universal Music)
    Style: Folk, Country, Alternative, Electropop, Tropical, Hip Hop, Rap, Acoustic, Synthpop
    Release Date: 11-08-2017
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 46 Tracks
    Size: 360 Mb / 02:36:11 Min

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  • 08/11/17--12:10: Latin Hits Summer (2017)
  • Latin Hits Summer (2017)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: Latin Hits 2017 Summer
    Label: Coast to Coast, Planet Records
    Style: Reggaeton, Urbano, Salsa, Bachata, Dembow, Merengue, Timba, Cubaton
    Release Date: 11-08-2017
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 40 Tracks
    Size: 338 Mb / 02:24:55 Min

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    Rawfishboys
    The White Starline
    (W.E.R.F. Records, 2017)
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  • 08/11/17--12:29: Rival Fire – War (2017)
  • 320 kbps | 106 MB | LINKS

    Melbourne alternative rock band Rival Fire release their debut album WAR via Sony Music Entertainment Australia.Front man, Rob Farnham shares, “I feel like it’s been a long time coming. The album has been on its way for a while. It feels as if a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders, to finally be able to put this album into the world. I’m really happy to have WAR coming out.”


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    The Official UK Top 40 Singles Chart 11th August (2017)

    Artist: The Official UK Top 40
    Title: Singles Chart
    Label: BBC Radio 1, OfficialCharts
    Style: Alternative, Indie, Synthpop, Folk, Reggaeton, Afrobeat, Future Bass, Grime, Electropop
    Release Date: 11-08-2017
    Format: Top, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 40 Tracks
    Size: 329 Mb / 02:20:34 Min

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    320 kbps | 413 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:

    01. Willie Nelson – Funny How Time Slips Away 03:04
    02. Patsy Cline – Crazy 02:38
    03. John D Loudermilk – Blue Train (Of The Heartbreak Line) 02:22
    04. Marty Robbins – A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnatio 02:26
    05. Johnny Cash – Folsom Prison Blues 02:46
    06. Roy Acuff – Wabash Cannonball 02:37
    07. Loretta Lynn – Gonna Pack My Troubles 02:05
    08. George Jones – She Thinks I Still Care 02:33
    09. Frankie Laine – The 3:10 To Yuma 02:24
    10. Ray Price – Heartaches By The Number 02:54
    11. Katie Lee – Gunslinger (A Ballad For Adult Westerns) 02:50
    12. Jimmy Dean – Big Bad John 02:59
    13. Johnny Tillotson – Send Me The Pillow You Dream On 02:18
    14. Kitty Wells – Excuse Me (I Think I’ve Got A Heartache) 02:47
    15. Lee Hazlewood – I’ve Made Enough Mistakes Today 02:13
    16. Buck Owens – Foolin’ Around 02:38
    17. Johnny Horton – When It’s Springtime In Alaska (It’s Fo 02:36
    18. Don Gibson – Oh Lonesome Me 02:31
    19. Hank Snow – I’ve Been Everywhere 02:32
    20. Freddie Hart – The Wall 02:44
    21. Goldie Hill – How’s The World Treating You 02:47
    22. Faron Young – A World So Full Of Love 02:03
    23. Glen Campbell – Death Valley 02:13
    24. Leroy Van Dyke – Sea Of Heartbreak 02:26
    25. Jim Reeves – Welcome To My World 02:34
    26. Frankie Laine – Rawhide 02:01
    27. Johnny Tillotson – It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ 02:48
    28. Hank Thompson – Rovin’ Gambler 02:51
    29. Patsy Cline – I Fall To Pieces 02:45
    30. Johnny Horton – North To Alaska 02:45
    31. Willie Nelson – One Step Beyond 02:25
    32. Porter Wagoner – My Name Is Mud 02:21
    33. Goldie Hill – I Don’t Hurt Anymore 02:27
    34. Johnny Cash – Delia’s Gone 02:00
    35. Don Gibson – Lonesome Old House 02:13
    36. Marty Robbins – The Story Of My Life 02:28
    37. Roy Acuff – The Great Speckled Bird 02:42
    38. Kitty Wells – Heart To Heart Talk 02:04
    39. Lefty Frizzell – The Long Black Veil 03:03
    40. Hank Williams – Jambalaya (On The Bayou) 02:49
    41. Jack Clement – Whole Lotta Lookin’ 01:58
    42. Connie Francis – I’m A Fool To Care 02:31
    43. Leroy Van Dyke – Walk On By 02:18
    44. Hank Thompson – Bummin’ Around 02:36
    45. Stonewall Jackson – Run 02:32
    46. June Carter – The Heel 03:07
    47. Frankie Laine – Bowie Knife 02:51
    48. Ray Price – You Done Me Wrong 02:21
    49. Hank Snow – Under The Double Eagle 02:07
    50. George Jones – Tender Years 02:22
    51. Ned Miller – From A Jack To A King 02:15
    52. Willie Nelson – Hello Walls 02:24
    53. Bobby Helms – My Special Angel 02:53
    54. Jim Reeves – He’ll Have To Go 02:18
    55. Patsy Cline – She’s Got You 02:57
    56. Frankie Laine – That Lucky Old Sun 03:29
    57. Tennessee Ernie Ford – Sixteen Tons 02:35
    58. Goldie Hill – I’ll Be There (If Ever You Want Me) 02:09
    59. Hank Thompson – Cocaine Blues 03:03
    60. Johnny Cash – I Still Miss Someone 02:33
    61. Kitty Wells – I’ll Hold You In My Heart 02:17
    62. Faron Young – I’ll Go On Alone 01:44
    63. Marty Robbins – El Paso 04:33
    64. Jean Shepard – A Satisfied Mind 02:26
    65. Stonewall Jackson – Smoke Along The Track 02:38
    66. George Jones – Beggar To A King 02:38
    67. Roy Acuff – Night Train To Memphis 02:26
    68. Marion Worth – Tennessee Teardrops 02:42
    69. Porter Wagoner – Misery Loves Company 02:31
    70. Ray Price – The Same Old Me 02:40
    71. Lee Hazlewood – Can’t Let Her See Me Cry 03:19
    72. Patsy Cline – Strange 02:12
    73. Hank Locklin – Please Help Me, I’m Falling 02:22
    74. Johnny Cash – I’m Free From The Chain Gang Now 01:50
    75. Ernest Tubb – Let’s Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello 02:58


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    100 Hits: Boogie Nights 5CD (2017)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: 100 Hits: Boogie Nights
    Label: Demon Music Group Ltd
    Style: Blue-eyed Soul, Funk, Soft Rock, Disco, Gospel, Blues, Jazz Fusion, Quiet Storm
    Release Date: 04-08-2017
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 100 Tracks
    Size: 839 Mb / 06:03:02 Min

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    320 kbps | 102 MB | LINKS

    Tracklist:

    01. Kiburi, Pt. 1
    02. When the Bed Breaks Down, I’ll Meet You in the Spring
    03. Sing Sing Sing
    04. Pipeline
    05. Wipeout
    06. Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley Your Tie’s Caught in Your Zipper
    07. Topsy, Pt. 1, 2 & 3
    08. Sharp Nine
    09. Satisfaction (I Can’t Get No)
    10. Got the Sun in the Morning and the Daughter at Night
    11. Okey Dokey


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    The phrase ‘musical reinvention’ gets bandied about pretty much every time a reasonably well-established recording artist finds out what a drum machine is. But perhaps the surest sign of the fact that PJ Harvey really has reinvented herself is that it’s taken about a decade to actually be totally certain.

    Polly Jean Harvey’s elegiac 2011 masterpiece Let England Shake wasn’t her first record to deviate from the sound she made her name with. But in the past she would always came back to noisy blues rock, and her lyrics invariably excavated inner space and the savage side of the female experience. It now feels pretty clear that that’s all gone, with 2007’s underrated acoustic White Chalk the transition and Let England Shake the realisation. With ninth album The Hope Six Demolition Project it’s clear that 2004’s lo-fi Uh Huh Her was the final stand of PJ Harvey the rocker. PJ Harvey has become what music hacks tend to call a elder statesperson, and she’s done it better than pretty much anyone out there.

    The Hope Six Demolition Project is cut from superficially similar cloth to its predecessor: large band, lots of horns, lots of acoustic instruments, lots of John Parrish singing, with the – effectively asexual – lyrics presenting Harvey as a storyteller, offering research-based reportage of overseas atrocities. But the more you listen the more apparent the differences are, the similarities really a testament to the fact she really has shifted the fundamentals of what she does, the two records united by sounding so distant to the early work. I suspect it won’t go down quite as well as Let England Shake, partly because it’s fractionally less good, more because it’s harder to understand that its predecessor’s elegantly crafted evocation of the First World War.


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  • 08/11/17--15:43: Independent Africa
  • The continent of Africa contains millenniums of complex history across hundreds and thousands of civilizations and cultures. The era of European colonization in Africa’s history, which resulted in the borders of the 54 countries that we know of today, took place between the 1870s and 1990s, but the effects of this colonialism continue to impact Africa in multiple complex ways. Independent Africa is a two-volume mixtape created by Boris Paillard, AKA DJ Mixanthrope, that consists of excerpts from songs and speeches by African musicians and political leaders discussing the state of their newly independent African nations.

    Vol. One: High On Hope

    The themes expressed in Vol. One: High On Hope show the initial optimism among many African nations during and after decolonization.  

    The mixtape begins with these words from Ghana’s first prime minister and president, Kwame Nkrumah in 1957 —”The black man is capable of managing his own affairs.” Nkrumah declared Ghana fully independent from Britain on March 6, 1957, making Ghana the first African country to declare independence from European colonialism. The first song on the mixtape, E.T. Mensah’s “Ghana Freedom,” celebrates independence and the tremendous leadership of Nkrumah.  Ghana’s independence sent shockwaves throughout Africa and the diaspora, inciting hope and excitement in other countries that knew they may become free soon as well. Even across the Atlantic this momentum can be felt in “Birth of Ghana” by the famous Trinidadian calypso singer Lord Kitchener, who sings “Ghana is the name we wish to proclaim. We will be jolly, merry, and gay the 6th of March, Independence Day!”

    Kwame Nkrumah

    We now move to Guinea with a 1958 speech from Sekou Touré during the year he was elected to serve as the nation’s first president following its independence from France—”Nous préférons la liberté que l’esclavage.” (We prefer freedom to slavery). The same sense of triumph felt after Ghana’s independence is heard in the track “Armée Guinéenne” (Guinean Army) by Bembeya Jazz National, one of Guinea’s most important musical groups that saw much success during the early years of Guinean independence.  

    Sekou Touré

    Next up is Gambia, represented by the Super Eagles and their song “Gambia, Zambia,” that features grooving guitar and varied percussion with jubilant, harmonized vocals. The band was heavily influenced by the Beatles originally and were well known for playing Western-style pop music. Perhaps as a result of the nationalistic ethos after Gambia’s independence in 1964, the Super Eagles changed their name to Ifang Bondi (“Be yourself” in Mandinka) in the early ’70s while also switching gears musically by utilizing more traditional instruments and languages.

    After more powerful words from Sekou Touré, we hear the beginning of Jackson Kaujeua’s hit tune “The Winds of Change.” After the Namibian artist’s exile from South Africa as a result of his anti-apartheid activism in 1974, “The Winds of Change” gave Kaujeua great success after he moved to the U.K. to join the group Black Diamond with the help of his affiliates in the South West Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO), the Namibian independence movement that now operates as the SWAPO Party of Namibia.

    Jackson Kaujeua

    After an interlude from Orchestra Baobab, an influential Afro-Cuban band from Senegal, Guinea-Bissau’s anticolonial leader, Amilcar Cabral, declares, “Our fight is only against the Portuguese colonists, the foreign domination in our country” (1972). From this excerpt seeps in the Guinea-Bissau Creole vocals on the song “Guiné-Cabral” from Super Mama Djombo, a gumbe band named for the spirit Mama Djombo that fighters called on for protection during the War of Independence from Portugal between 1963 and 1974.

    Suddenly we’re in the sound world of Angolan Carlos Lamartine and his song “Ó Dipanda Wondo Tula Kiá.” The music comes from Lamartine’s album Histórias da Casa Velha, which is made up of songs that “[highlight] the difficulties and victories of the liberation movements he was a part of during the years leading up to Angolan independence from Portugal in 1975.

    Carlos Lamartine

    Kwame Nkrumah returns with a vigorous reminder that “This mid-20th century is Africa’s. This decade is the decade of African independence! Forward then, to independence—to independence now!” With this assertion, we move forward into Congo-Kinshasa (present day Democratic Republic of the Congo) as the soothing voice of Tabu Ley Rochereau, bandleader for Orchestre Afrisa International and one of Africa’s most influential singer/songwriters, proclaims “Viva la révolution” in the beginning of “Congo Nouveau, Afrique Nouvelle” (New Congo, New Africa) before a different recording of Jeannot Bombenga and Vox Africa seamlessly enters to finish the song.

    Patrice Lumumba comes in to say, “Combattants de la liberté aujourd’hui victorieux,” (Fighters of freedom are victorious today), after Lumumba’s Mouvement National Congolais (MNC) party successfully overthrew the Belgian colonial forces in 1960 and made him the first democratically elected prime minister of Congo-Kinshasa. Lumumba’s leadership and authority, like Nkrumah’s, was incredibly inspiring to people in and outside of Congo-Kinshasa. The love that was felt for Lumumba and his independence movement is heard in songs like “Vive Patrice Lumumba” by the Congolese rumba group Vicky Longomba and African Jazz 1960, Depiano and Le Beguen Band’s “Gouvernement Ya Congo,” and one of the first pan-African hits, “Indépendance Cha Cha,” by the highly popular and influential Congolese rumba band Le Grand Kallé et l’African Jazz, whose lyrics call for unity among different factions of the Congolese nationalist movement after independence in 1960.

    Patrice Lumumba

    Algeria is represented in the mixtape by the political musicians Slimane Azem and Mohamed Mazouni; Mazouni’s song “Adieu la France, Bonjour l’Algérie” shares his excitement of returning to Algeria, while Azem’s song “Algérie mon beau pays/Dites-moi mes amis” (Algeria my beautiful country/Tell me my friends) boasts of the wonders of his country despite the fact that he received death threats during the Algerian revolution and was forbidden from airing his music in Algeria.

    Gabonese protest singer Pierre Akendengue switches us back into the West African sound with his joyful “Afrika Obota” before Martinique-born poet Aimé Césaire discusses the literary movement that he helped found during the 1930s in France called négritude, which opposed French colonialism and advocated for a unified racial identity for black Africans throughout the diaspora. Vol. One ends with another lively celebration of Kwame Nkrumah in Ebo Taylor and Bonze Konkoma’s “Papa Kwame.”

    Vol. Two: Freedom Hangovers

    The songs and speeches featured in Vol. Two: Freedom Hangovers revolve around the feelings of “anger, frustration, and hope for change” in the face of “constant changing of power” as well as “corruption, neocolonialism, and neoslavery.”

    This volume starts of with words from people in Niger talking about how “The word independence sounds hollow.” Ivory Coast artist Alpha Blondy then chimes in with his song “Journalistes en Danger” (Journalists in Danger), inspired by the assassination of Norbert Zongo, journalist in Burkina Faso who ran a newspaper called L’Indépendant, which exposed corruption within Burkina Faso’s government. Alpha Blondy has a history of politically charged music with tracks like “Apartheid Is Nazism” (1985) and “Brigadier Sabari,” which documented his unlawful treatment by police in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

    Journalist Norbert Zongo

    Next we hear from Senegalese rapper Didier Awadi. On his track “J’accuse,” Awadi calls out the U.S., France, and other Western powers for their terrorism over and exploitation of nations in and outside of Africa, citing the Battle of Mogadishu, George Bush’s lies about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in addition to African coups sponsored by the French government and the assassination of Patrice Lumumba. Awadi goes on to call for accountability among African leaders and young Africans to resist these neocolonial forces.

    Didier Awadi

    The first artist we hear from Burkina Faso is Smockey. The song “Combattants Oubliés” (Forgotten Fighters) features the late Burkinabe singer Amadou Balake and comes from Smockey’s album Le President, Ma Moto et Moi (My president, my bike and me), which includes songs that were written before and during the 2014 uprising in Burkina Faso which led to the end of Blaise Compaore’s almost 27-year presidency. Smockey is a rapper and activist representing  “Le Balai Citoyen,” a youth movement in Burkina Faso that aims to “bring together artists, students and intellectuals to widely raise awareness and encourage political participation.”

    The French artist JP Manova pays tribute to very first president of Burkina Faso, Thomas Sankara, on the anniversary of his death on Oct. 15, 1987, in his song “Sankara.” In 1983 Sankara led the coup that overthrew the French colonial government, allowing him to rename the country from Upper Volta to Burkina Faso. He served as president from 1983-87 and prioritized public health, women’s rights, and the reduction of famine, among many other ideals of his pan-African self-determinism. He was assassinated in 1987 during a coup led by aformentioned Blaise Compaoré.

    Another French artist we hear from is François Béranger, a prominent musician of the French folk song tradition, in “Mamadou M’a Dit” (“Mamadou Told Me”). The twangy guitar, simple chord progressions, and catchy melody make the tune sound almost like a children’s song despite the subject matter of the tragedies that occurred in Africa after colonizers left. “The colonists are gone. They put in their place a new elite, black, well-bleached. The white world laughs. The new ones are bizarre, are worse than the old ones. It is surely a coincidence. The white world laughs when a small sergeant becomes sacred emperor with a thousand ambitions. After all, it does not matter as long as land produces for whites what is necessary.” French singer/songwriter Michel Sardou also reflects on colonialism in his song “The Time of the Colonies,” which boasts of the good old days of shooting wild game and having  servants within in the French African colonies. Sardou received considerable backlash for the racism in his lyrics, though he says the song was clearly sarcastic.

    Thomas Sankara

    Vol. Two shows how music was used not only for protest but also propaganda. The revered Kenyan law professor and pan-Africanist Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba (P.L.O. Lumumba) announces, “We are coauthors of our own misfortune…We elect hyenas to take care of goats, and when the goats are consumed we wonder why.” One of these politicians was Omar Bongo, who became the second president of Gabon in 1967 and was heavily criticized for the corruption of his 42-year presidency. Nonetheless, music was made to promote his re-elections like Gérard La Viny’s song “Albert B. Bongo, le Président Qu’il Nous Faut” (Albert B. Bongo, the President We Need), and Tchibanga’s “Giscard Est l’Ami de Bongo,” which celebrates the new relationship between the Gabonese and French governments with President Omar Bongo. Thankfully we get a new, perfect presidential candidate in the mock campaign offered by the well-known poet, singer and rhythm guitarist from Benin, P.G.G. Vikey, in “Président Vikey.”

    Propaganda poster for Omar Bongo

    Musicians were not only used by governments for propaganda purposes, but also to build national and cultural pride. The first such group formed in Guinea was Balla et ses Balladins, who we hear on the track “Lumumba.” The legacy of the former Congolese president is upheld also by many more artists in Vol. Two, like Franco Luambo Makiadi, one of the most important musical figures in Congo-Kinshasa for his effortlessly beautiful guitar playing and knowledge of rumba, which influenced the modern sound of Congolese music. We hear again from Angolan Carlos Lamartine on “Acorda Lumumba” from his album Histórias da Casa Velha, and Nigeria’s legendary highlife musician E.C. Arinze too mourns Lumumba’s death in “Lumumba Calypso,” which details the revolutionary’s incarceration, his escape from prison, and his eventual assassination. Another calypso tune that focuses on Congo-Kinshasa is “Congo War” by Lord Brynner. As a descendant of Congolese ancestors, the calypso and ska singer from Trinidad feels compelled to comment on the troubles that have ensued after the Belgians left the Congo, leaving leaders to fight over who gets “to be boss over the Congo.”

    Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba

    After more powerful words from Kwame Nkrumah and Guinea-Bissau’s Amilcar Cabral and more protest songs from the Baka people of Congo’s rainforests, Gabon’s Pierre Akendengue, and Ivorian zouglou group Les Salopards, we hear from Nelson Mandela in 1990—“We must not allow fear to stand in our way…I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have challenged the idea of a democratic and free society in which all persons live together in harmony and with equal opportunity.” After Mandela’s last word, Miriam Makeba joins in with “Ndodemnyama, Verwoerd!” (“Beware, Verwoerd!”), a song that protests against the former prime minister of South Africa from 1958 to 1966, Hendrik Verwoerd, who is referred to as the “architect of apartheid.” Mama Africa was an incredibly important figure during the struggle against apartheid for protesting against the system with her songs, and for spreading awareness of the condition of black South Africans with her Grammy Award-winning album An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba, which she recorded with Harry Belafonte.

    Miriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela

    However, P.L.O. Lumumba warns of the dangers of resisting political regimes and corruption—“One of the most dangerous things in Africa today is to declare that you are going to fight against corruption even if you are the president. Corruption is such an enterprise that there will be no shortage of individuals that want to liquidate you and get rid of you all together, because corruption is a big industry. People pay school fees, people enjoy a good life on the basis of corruption. So those who have declared themselves to be on the forefront of corruption…must know that they are on the line of fire, and they can be eliminated at any time.”

    The end of Vol. Two shows that nonetheless, protest and resistance will always be found in music like “Stop Corruption (Gyae Corruption)” by prominent Ghanaian highlife musician Aaron Bebe Sukura and the Local Dimension Palm Wine Band. Franklin Boukaka from Congo-Brazzaville (present day Republic of the Congo) summarizes the attitudes of many people throughout Africa post-colonization in the last song of the mixtape, “Le Bûcheron Africa et Les Immortels” (“The Woodcutter Africa and the Immortals”) – “Some for whom I voted went only for power and nice cars. When voting time is here I become someone for them. I wonder, the white man did leave Africa—whose independence did we achieve?”

    Independent Africa, Vol.3: The Fight Continues will be released during the fall of 2017 and will feature “contemporary songs of resistance against corrupt governments and social injustice.”

    Starting this September, DJ Mixanthrope will also be curating a monthly event at Monarch in Berlin titled African Beats & Pieces featuring old and contemporary African music with DJs and special guests.


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