Radio Alicja: #18 w/ CentrumCentrum

06/06/2021
Tomasz Kowalski

Radio Alicja zaprasza do wysłuchania gościnnego mixu CentrumCentrum z nagrań zarejestrowanych podczas kilku podróży do Kenii, w ramach których realizowany był Festiwal „DUOS”. Usłyszymy Richarda Onyango – malarza z Malindi, zafascynowanego kenijskimi autobusami; Dwa tradycyjne zespoły plemienia Giriama: Simba Wanga i Zaire Ngome Msaga Pore; śpiewacy z Kilifi-Haijal I i Kenny B; hip-hopowy duet Tricks Meister i Pediccuda; dzieci ze szkoły katolickiej; nagrania terenowe środowiska, w którym żyje plemię Giriama. Set wzbogacony jest o muzykę zambijskich zespołów rockowych lat 70., plemion Banda z Afryki Środkowej czy pierwszą kompozycję muzyki konkretnej pod batutą Halima El-Dabha w Egipcie w 1946 roku.

traklista
  • 0:00 – 2:25 Mombasa (Kenya) – field recording by CC (CentrumCentrum)
  • 2:25 – 3:19 excerpt from an interview with Richard Onyango (Malindi, Kenya)
  • 3:19 – 5:00 “Zaire Ngome Msaga Pore” - Giryama tribe band from Fumbini village (Kenya); recorded by CC
  • 5:00 – 8:10 Early morning - field recording by CC (Fumbini, Kenya)
  • 8:10 – 10:00 Hajlal I – singer from Kilifi (Kenya); recorded by CC
  • 10:00 – 13:00 Gated Community (Tricks Meister + Pediccuda) rap duo from Kilifi and Mombasa (Kenya)
  • 13:00 – 16:10 Night - field recording by CC (Fumbini, Kenya)
  • 16:10 – 20:00 Polyphonies Banda – Ongo Ensemble : Ndraje balendro, Inititation Song (Central Africa) (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)
  • 20:00 – 23:00 Giryama tribe music recorded at the funeral (Fumbini Village, Kenya); recorded by CC
  • 23:00 – 25:30 Dance song from Badu (Arnhem Land) from album “Australian Aboriginal and Islander Music” POLJAZZ
  • 25:30 – 27:15 Night field recording by CC (Fumbini, Kenya)
  • 27:15 – 30:00 Man playing Kigogo (Fumbini village, Kenya)
  • 30:00 – 32:50 “Zaire Ngome Msaga Pore” - Giryama tribe band from Fumbini village (Kenya); recorded by CC
  • 32:50 – 36:20 theatre play performed by children from catholic primary school (Kilifi, Kenya)
  • 37:00 – 39:50 music by Richard Onyango
  • 39:50 – 41:00 Simba Wanga - Giryama tribe band; recorded by CC (Kilifi, Kenya)
  • 41:00 – 44:20 “Living is Hard – West African Music in Britain, 1927 – 1929”
  • 44:20 – 51:50 Bunde Awino from The Kenya Classical Harp e.p
  • 51:50 – 54:10 21TB6 band performing during poetry/singing/stand-up event on the roof of Technical University of Mombasa; recorded by CC
  • 55:00 – 58:00 Dance song from Badu (Arnhem Land) from album “Australian Aboriginal and Islander Music” POLJAZZ
  • 58:00 – 1:01:00 Keystars and Duara Harmonies performing during poetry/singing/stand-up event on the roof of Technical University of Mombasa; recorded by CC
  • 1:01:00 – 1:04:20 Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family “Lonely Night” (Zambia)
  • 1:04:20 – 1:05:30 CC researcher and a lady from “Zaire Ngome Msaga Pore” playing drumms together next to Kilifi Creek (Kenya)
  • 1:05:30 – 1:07:15 Rain at Kilifi Creek; recorded by CC (Kenya)
  • 1:07:15 – 1:13:10 Rose River Corroboree from album “Australian Aboriginal and Islander Music” POLJAZZ
  • 1:13:10 – 1:15:50 Polyphonies Banda – Ongo Ensemble : Gboyo, Music for Dancing (Central Africa) (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings)
  • 1:16:00 – 1:17:30 Church music; recorded by CC (Kilifi, Kenya)
  • 1:17:30 – 1:18:10 Bruno S. playing on the piano; excerpt from Werner Herzog's film “Kaspar Hauser”
  • 1:18:10 – 1:23:00 Amanaz “Sunday Morning” (Zambia)
  • 1:23:00 – 1:27:40 lullaby sung by Baka Pygmy women (Cameroon) [Musica Atlas v.21, Unesco Collection]
  • 1:27:40 – 1:29:20 Halim El-Dabh “Wire Recorder Piece” (Egypt)
  • 1:29:20 – 1:32:30 Tricks Meister feat. Grace “Make it” (Kenya)
  • 1:32:30 – 1:39:10 Touki Ba Banjul: Acid Trip from Banjul to Dakar “Warteef Jigeen” (Gambia)
  • 1:39:10 – 1:40:30 Kilifi creek field recording by CC (Kenya)
  • 1:40:30 – 1:44:00 Haijal I feat. Trepple Gang (Kilifi, Kenya)
  • 1:44:00 – 1:47:20 Amanaz “Khala my Friend” (Zambia)
  • 1:48:00 – 1:49:40 Kenny B from Kilifornia (Kenya) recorded by CC
  • 1:50:30 – 1:51:40 from album “Australian Aboriginal and Islander Music” POLJAZZ
  • 1:51:40 – 1:54:30 “Living is Hard – West African Music in Britain, 1927 – 1929”
  • 1:54:30 – 1:59:00 Touki Ba Banjul: Acid Trip from Banjul to Dakar “Sunu Makaan” (Gambia)