Global Sampler vol. 26

To help you find your way through history on this page, I used to
make Samplers with a track of every LP. The last one was posted in
july of this year. About time I did the next one so here it is.
From this volume and forth I shall skip some LP’s with tracks that
cover a whole LP-side, they spoil the pace, but every track on the
sampler still represents an album on the page. This one covers
posts in april of this year. Find Global Samplers
1 to 25 in the labelsection on your left.

tracks;

1 Os Demônios da Garoa – Trem das onze
2 Rolando La’Serie – Rio Manzanares
3 Pela – Zaïko Wawawa
4 Franco et le T.P. O.K. Jazz – Tikaka kosenga
5 Fruko y sus Tesos – Que pasa, que pasa
6 Tropical Djoli Band de Faranah – Diadina
7 Papa Noel – Bon Samaritain
8 Seu Jair do Cavaquinho – A deus palhaço
9 Sir Victor Uwaifo & his Melody Maestros – Ekassa 24 Kirikisi
10 Oliver de Coque & Expo 76 – My cherry
11 Eric Agyeman – Abenaa
12 Martinho da Vila – Claustrofobia
13 Sam Mangwana – Toboyi te

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6 thoughts on “Global Sampler vol. 26

  1. I really appreciate your samplers, since some of us is sitting on slow connections and don’t have the possibility nor time to downloand all of the peculiar finds that you post. It’s simply great to have a few standout tracks served like this once in a while! Thank you for your inspiring work!

    You are welcome to check out my humble place, where I mostly stick to those standout single tracks. Recently I’ve posted a few mellow Reggae tunes, a Django Reinhardt classic, Balinese inspired british jazz, a Kora killer, Swedish 60’s jazz and more. Later this week I might post some lovely Syrian music.

    http://www.jonosaudio.blogspot.com

  2. I really appreciate your samplers, since some of us is sitting on slow connections and don’t have the possibility nor time to downloand all of the peculiar finds that you post. It’s simply great to have a few standout tracks served like this once in a while! Thank you for your inspiring work!

    You are welcome to check out my humble place, where I mostly stick to those standout single tracks. Recently I’ve posted a few mellow Reggae tunes, a Django Reinhardt classic, Balinese inspired british jazz, a Kora killer, Swedish 60’s jazz and more. Later this week I might post some lovely Syrian music.

    http://www.jonosaudio.blogspot.com

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