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Saturday 1 September 1.00pm - 2.00pm


Presented by Lucy Duran

Coumba
Composer: Rudolph Gomis
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
Track 2 from CD 1 from the white label album Pirates Choice (2001)
World Circuit (no number)


Nyada Ke
Wolof traditional
Performed by Ndiouga Dieng and Family
BBC Recording

On Verra Ca 
Traditional Mandinka Version
Performed by Balla Sidibe
BBC Recording

On Verra Ca
Trad Mandinka arr Balla Sidibe
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
BBC Recording

Trad untitled Gumbe song
Performed by Shabale
BBC Recording

Utru Horas
Composed by Rudolph Gomis
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
Track 1 from CD 1 from the white label album Pirates Choice (2001)
World Circuit (no number)

Werente Serigne
Composed by Ndiouga Dieng
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
Track 4 from CD 1 from the white label album Pirates Choice (2001)
World Circuit (no number)

Mouhamadou Bamba
Composed by Thione Seck
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
Track 1 from Bamba
Sterns STCD3003

Toumaranke 
Composed by Balla Sidibe
Performed by Orchestra Baobab
Track 2 from CD 2 from the white label album Pirates Choice (2001)
World Circuit (no number)


CONTACT DETAILS:

Orchestra Baobab, "Bamba"
Stern's Music
Tel. +44 20 7387 5550
www.sternsmusic.com
e-mail info@sternsmusic.com


Orchestra Baobab, "Pirates Choice"
White Label, release date 1st Oct 2001
World Circuit Ltd
Tel. +44 20 7383 4907
e-mail post@worldcircuit.co.uk



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