Sunday, July 19, 2009

Summertime!










I hope this summertime mix finds you well. I'm reaching the point where I need some encouragement to keep on blogging. So please some shout outs! The exciting stuff I've been hinting about is taking time to materialise and so many other things have just had to take priority. Enjoy!
Matsulidelic Summer Mix - Selected by Matt
1. New Morning - Quantic And His Combo Barbaro (Tradition In Transition, 2009)
2. Nao Vou Chorar - Os Diagonais (Black Rio 2, 2009 compilation )
3. Ephra - The Budos Band (The Budos Band EP, 2009)
4. Get it on with music - Zane Cronje (Glenda - Snake Dancer OST, 2009 reissue)
5. Blue Skies - Noah And The Whale (from TSURURADIO Presents... I'm Coming Home Mixtape!!!, 2009)
6. Deeper in Black - Lionel Pillay (Deeper in Black, 1981)
7. Tambourinis Cocktail - Keletigui Et Ses Tambourines (The Syliphone Years , 2009 compilation)
8. Heritage Ya Luambo - Syran Mbenza & Ensemble Rumba Kongo (Immortal Franco: Africa’s Unrivalled Guitar Legend, 2009)
9. My World Is Empty Without You - Lee Fields & The Expressions (My World, 2009)
10. Hakilimaya - Horoya Band National (cassette from Conakry, undated)
11. Balla- Ambassadeur International (Mandjou, 1979)
12. Peru-t - Jazz Corps featuring Roland Kirk (The Jazz corps featuring Roland Kirk, 1966)
13. Fluorescent Half-Dome - Dirty Projectors (Bitte Orca, 2009)
14. Go Go's Feast - Peter King (Shango, 1974)
15. Alyo - Hypnotic Brass Ensemble (10", 2009)
16. Shipbuilding - Yael Naďm (Around Robert Wyatt, 2009)
17. Ain't No Sunshine - The Soul Fantastics (Panama! 2, 2009 compilation)
18. Antenna - Sonic Youth (The Eternal, 2009)
19. Muato Wa N'gingila (Angola) - Teta Lando (Cazumbi - African Sixties Garage Vol. 1, 2008 compilation)
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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Greetings my friend,
many thanks for yet another awesome mix, can't wait to hear it. Hope the summer is treating you well, stay with us...

Aljaz from Slovenia

Anonymous said...

Matt, evidemment !
continuons ce beau combat pour les oreilles
et spécialement pour celles nourries aux sons d'Afrique mais appréciant ton eclectisme
un fidele auditeur
jcs

Meredith said...

Your is one of the the most impressive blogs I've found, and it's always a pleasure to see a new post listed in my RSS feed. Please keep blogging! Your efforts are hugely appreciated here in New York :)

gelliddewi said...

Wonderfully eclectic mix - kept having to come back to the computer to check what was playing now. Especially enjoyed the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble. Thanks again.

Pete said...

Please keep up the excellent blogging! Your blogging is largely responsible for my knowledge and enthusiasm for all kinds of African music. You've turned me on to such great music, and your commentary is insightful and to the point. Thank you.

ushaped said...

Please do keep blogging. I have learned so much about this music from your posts. It's quite obvious you have a knowledge and insight about the music as well as the access, but the ability to put it all together in some very thoughtful writing is certainly a rarity.

The lastest group you have turned me onto is Batsumi. I absolutely love that music and wish there was a way to hear the actual LPs because I need more!

Have a great summer and I do hope to read (and hear) more.

All the best!

ushaped said...

Just another thought, I also really appreciate your cultural posts and the photography. Your blog is a fantastic window into african culture for all of us readers.

judy said...

I do hope you are able to continue. You've introduced me to so much wonderful music and your blog remains my favorite for music.

Judy in California

Warrick Sony said...

keep it coming Matthew. Incredible stuff here man. I wish I could revive some of those stale links man!
Warrick from Azania

david said...

you have a wonderful blog, Matt. I really appreciate all the wonderful dicoveries found here and i hope you keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Cool blog, but how about you make some of the music from your older posts available again, so that new people to your blog can sample them. Its like torture seeing all this great music and not being able to listen to it. Come on, help some brothers out!

Lloyd

Anonymous said...

Great music.Thanx!
chronwell

matt said...

Thanks for the shout outs...great to hear from you. As for those old links well let me know what you're looking for and plans can be made. In the meantime these words from Tom Waits: "I try to keep my audience a little hungry, you know uh, "Don't feed the dolphins." is my word. Next time you go out they'll poke a hole in your boat." (Source: "Tom Waits: The Whiskey Voice Returns", All Things Considered, episode 123. NPR radio show (USA). November 21, 2006. By Robert Siegel)

Anonymous said...

Hi there... just for the record there are a few blogs i check almost daily to experience great music from agrica... and yours is right up at the top the list! peace!

Anonymous said...

africa... not agrica... duh!

DJ Jonathan E. said...

Very nice summer mix, Matt. The Lee Fields & The Expressions cut of "My World Is Empty Without You" really caught my ear. Perhaps it's saying something about your blogging! As always, matsulimusic is among the very tippermost of the very toppermost and much appreciated. Stay strong.

best wishes from the jackdaw.

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Anonymous said...

Immer anregend, bezaubernd und faszinierend. Danke! SuziB

Egan Ehlers said...

Very nice. Thanks.

Eternal Leathers said...

MATSU! Your mixes become essential playlists in my carefully appreciated music library. Please continue if the spirit moves you! We're listening!