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25/10/2008

Presented by Lucy Duran. With a session and interview with Abidjan-born Kouame Sereba, master of the dodo, an ancient West African mouth-bow, plus a round-up of world music releases with John L Walters and Rita Ray.

WORLD ROUTES
Presented by Lucy Duran
Produced by Felix Carey

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Saturday 24 October, 3pm

Sereba: Dodo
Performed by Kouame Sereba
Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, London, October 2008

CD roundup with Rita Ray and John L Walters

Choice no.1 (Rita)

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou: Se We No Nan
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou
Album: The Vodoun Effect: Funk and Sato from Benin’s Obscure Labels, 1973-1975
Analogue Africa AACD 064

Choice no.2 (John)

Miyake: The Here and after
Jun Miyake
Album: Stolen from Strangers
Yellow Bird Records YEB 7706-2

Choice no.3 (Lucy)

Trad: A bonn-a seja
Gruppo Spontaneo Trallalero
Album: Vagabondo
Felmay FY 8129

Choice no.4 (Rita)

Maraire: Matsotsi
Chiwoniso
Album: Rebel Woman
Cumbancha CMB-CD-8, t.2

Choice no.5 (John)

Adewale: Comboio
Adriano Adewale Group
Album: Sementes
Segue Records SEGCD0801, t.3

Sereba: Civilisé
Performed by Kouame Sereba
Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, London, October 2008

Interview with Kouame Sereba

Sereba: Wara
Performed by Kouame Sereba
Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, London, October 2008

Interview with Kouame Sereba

Sereba: Pêcheur
Performed by Kouame Sereba
Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House, London, October 2008

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