Setlist, 7.7.07

This week’s set’s standouts are the new album by Outlines, as well as the very cool ‘African Salsa’ compilation on Frochot/Cantos records. I’m really digging African, especially West African, salsa these days, if you can’t tell. And in honor of Live Earth, the last track I played was the astounding ‘Terra’ by Caetano Veloso.

Anyway, here’s the setlist:

First hour, 6-7am

Title Artist Album

DJ Mehdi – Lucky Boy [Outlines Remix] Outlines Our Lives Are Too Short

Bring Back The Love (Prins Thomas Mix) Bebel Gilberto Bring Back The Love Remixes EP 1

Cuidado Cuica City To City

Chuva (Seiji’s Oreja Remix) – Vertente Various Artists Brazilian Love Affair Remixed – Special Edition

Valldemossa Richard Dorfmeister / Madrid De Los Austrias Brazilution 5.3 [Disc 2]

Just A Lil’ Lovin’ Outlines Our Lives Are Too Short

Pienso En Ti Masters At Work feat. Louis Sa Latinique

The Rest of Me Late Night Alummi Hed Kandi-Beach House 04.04

Hold It Down 4 Hero Feat. Lady Alma Osunlade Presents The Yoruba Soul Mixes

Second hour, 7-8am

Title Artist Album

Sonfo – Sekouba Bambino Various Artists – Frochot Music African Salsa

Autobahn Señor Coconut Y Su Conjunto El Baile Alemán

Alles Ist Nur Ein Spiel Havana Latin Garden (Disc 1)

Magnifica Zeb The Beginners Guide To Brazil – Brazil Club

Zeep Dreams Zeep Nina Miranda & Chris Franck Present: Zeep

Te Voy A Matar…Con Amor Africando Classic Titles-Very Best Of

Linus And Lucy Vince Guaraldi A Charlie Brown Christmas (with bonus tracks)

My Baby Just Cares For Me [Special Extended Version] Nina Simone Misunderstood [Disc 1]

Baby Zeep Nina Miranda & Chris Franck Present: Zeep

Berimbau Mandrake Som Blue Brazil

Third hour, 8-9am

Title Artist Album

Come With Me Zeep Nina Miranda & Chris Franck Present: Zeep

Samba De Silva Joyce Featuring Elza Soares Brazilian Love Affair3

Outra Vida (Eddy & Dus Remix) Les Gammas Gluklich V

Keep You Kimi Hird feat. Yukimi Nagano Break ‘n’ Bossa 6 – Disc 2

Our Lives Are Too Short Outlines Our Lives Are Too Short

Tonight The Night w/ Jocelyn Mathiue – Quasimode Remix Markus Enochson Endless Dance / Tonight The Night

Vibrasom Sabrina Malheiros Equilibria

Sweet Melody Zap Mama Ancestry In Progress

Suco de Tangerina Beastie Boys The Mix-Up

Get It On Pacha Massive All Good Things

Silence Kelele African Salsa

Terra Caetano Veloso Beleza Tropical: Brazil Classics 1

2 thoughts on “Setlist, 7.7.07

  1. Hello Douglas,

    Thanks for sparkling radio show difference!!

    As it comes to the Radio Free Europe interview ..
    “Iraq can consider learning from Eastern Europe .. ” … try to look for interesting Hospodarske noviny article from the 1st half of 1998 – ” . “.. 95% percent of privatized companies still managed and led by the same people as before 1989 ..”. These “managers” were considered the gems of communist party and selection and were carefully chosen to their positions and also for additional education in Moscow/Prague communist political universities. Words “profit, efficiency, return on investment etc.” forbidden. 10% rule (span of control) applied (learned from Romans – decimation of military units). 10 mil inhabitants – 1 mil communists – 100k regional leaders – 10k STB agents – 1k KGB staff – 100 KGB/Moscow. All of these needed something to live from after 1989. If similar applied in Iraq, they will lack what we luckily had – “democracy” in at least some neighboring states to keep former “gems” in limits (more or less) by giving us a kind of freedom of choice (oh no, it’s devo). Just thoughts.
    Looking forward for upcoming shows, pls try to hold on bringing outstanding broad choice of alternatives.
    Have a nice day.
    R

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