Global A Go-GoGlobal A Go-Go: Friday January 21, 5-7 PM
I've been a fan of the Analog Africa label and its enterprising founder Samy Ben Redjeb ever since I picked up on its first title some time toward the end of 2006.
I've learned that you can count on each Analog Africa release to deliver the goods: criminally underheard music (usually previously unreleased in Europe or the USA), high quality production and mastering, vintage photos and intelligent essays in a well-designed package that's well worth owning, with each song fully licensed so the artists receive the royalties they deserve.
This week on Global A Go-Go, the entire program is devoted to Analog Africa's nine-release catalog. I'll play you some of my favorite tracks from each of Samy's projects, with a special emphasis on his latest, Angola Soundtrack: The Unique Sound Of Luanda 1968-1976.
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