Palm Wine Radio (Music)
Palm Wine Radio, which brings you the best in classic and contemporary pop tunes from the musically diverse continent of Africa. Highlife, Afropop, JuJu, Soukous, Township, Rai, Makossa, and Mbalax are some of the numerous genres that will be explored.
With DJ Zachariah
Mon Oct 15th 2018 10.30am–12.00pm
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: eastern
Fela Kuti “Fight to Finish”
from London Scene CD Album (KNITTING FACTORY 1971) —5 an album by Nigerian Afrobeat composer, bandleader, and multi-instrumentalist Fela Kuti recorded in England in 1971. A fight to the finish is one in which one of the people or groups fighting is killed or completely defeated.
Fela Kuti “Igbe”
from Gentleman CD Album (KNITTING FACTORY RECORDS 1973) —4 FELA describes a friend that betrays to be like "SH*T"... someone you want to expel or excrete like SH*T. He then evokes that in various Nigerian native languages to drive that home. He also describes anybody that lacks self-respect as "sh*t" too.
Fela Kuti “Black Man's Cry (with Ginger Baker) (Live)”
from Fela With Ginger Baker Live! (KNITTING FACTORY RECORDS 1971) —3 "I knew Fela since the very early ’60s, when he was at the World College of Music. He used to play trumpet, and come and sit in the all-night jams which I played in… 1960-61… I went to Nigeria in 1970, that’s when I saw Fela again. I lived there from 19
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