Host Frances Morgan spins some global archive finds, including 1970s/80s music from the Gambia and Senegal on Teranga Beat Records, and the outer reaches of 1970s Brazilian samba, with tracks by Marcos Valle, Gal Costa, Cresencio Camacho, Los Salvajes and more.

Marcos Valle
“Esperando O Messias”
from Marcos Valle
(Light In The Attic)

Marcos Valle
“Revolucão Organica”
from Vento Sul
(Light In The Attic)

Marcos Valle
“Garra”
from Garra
(Light In The Attic)

Marcos Valle
“Rosto Barbaro”
from Vento Sul
(Light In The Attic)

Marcos Valle
“Samba Fatal”
from Provisão Do Tempo
(Light In The Attic)

Gal Costa
“Mamãe Coragem”
from Tropicália Ou Panis Et Circensis
(Phillips)

Cresencio Camacho
“Santana en Salsa”
from Diablos Del Ritmo: The Colombian Melting Pot 1960–1985
(Analog Africa)

Los Salvajes
“Amor Salvaje”
from Diablos Del Ritmo: The Colombian Melting Pot 1960–1985
(Analog Africa)

Karantamba
“Linga Ham”
from Ndigal
(Teranga Beat)

Karantamba
“Sama Yai”
from Ndigal
(Teranga Beat)

Daouda Flani Sangaré
“Laydou”
from Kenedougou
(Awesome Tapes from Africa)

El Rego
“Vive Le Renouveau”
from El Rego
(Daptone)

Aki Onda
“I Tell A Stories Of Bodies That Change”
from Cassette Memories 3: South Of The Border
(Important)

Jessika Kenney & Eyvind Kang
“Ordered Pairs II”
from The Face Of The Earth
(Ideologic Organ)

Liz Christine
“Dinah”
from Sweet Mellow Cat
(Flau)

Louisa “Markswoman” Mark
“6 Sixth Street”
from Breakout
(Soul Jazz)

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