Let the Chaos Calm You: ep. 11 – Jazz Meets North Africa

Ali Eshqi

African music is the the greatest joint for jazz music. It is African which is the root of jazz and it is spiritual which not only is part of the essence of the jazz but also it fits to the spiritual jazz which was part of the free jazz movement. Free jazz was an artistic, political and spiritual movements. It wanted to free the jazz from its limitations, it was reflection of black people’s liberation and new identity and was a spiritual healing of the black community. This episode is going to explore jazz meeting the music of Western ad Northern Africa specially gnawa music.

  • Barney Willen - Moshi (Moshi, 1972 - Saravah)
  • Maleem Mahmoud Ghania with Pharoah Sanders - La Allah Dayim Moulenah (The Trance Of Seven Colors, 1994)
  • Joachim Kühn Trio with Archie Shepp - Vooddo Sense (Voodoo Sense, 2013 - ACT)
  • Archie Shepp Quartet & Dar Gnawa Kindred Spirits (Kindred Spirits, Vol.1 (Live), 2005 - Archieball)
  • Chalaban - Chalaban (Moroccan Spring (Live), 2003 - NarRator Records)
  • Peter Brötzmann, Maâlem Moukhtar Gania, Hamid Drake - Sound That Shimmers (The Catch Of A Ghost, 2020)
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