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One Tribe, Many Voices
Rasheed Ali & Rain People Podcast Radio
September 10, 2011 04:54 PM PDT
This week we continue with the sounds of Samba.
Brasil: The Many Faces of Samba
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September 04, 2011 03:53 PM PDT
This week we celebrate the Music of Brasil, the centre of the African Diaspora of the Americas.
August 27, 2011 12:25 PM PDT
The fifth and final installment of our Ramadhan Series featuring the Islamic music of the African Diaspora.
This week we feature Senegalese legends Toure Kunda.
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August 21, 2011 07:42 PM PDT
We honor Ramadhan with Part-4 of our month-long celebration of Islamic music of the Africa Diaspora. This week we concentrate on the Muslim heartland of West Africa; Senegal & Mali.
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August 15, 2011 07:30 PM PDT
We honor Ramadhan with Part-3 of our month-long celebration of Islamic music of the Africa Diaspora. Ismael Lo is our featured artist this week.
Music from Senegal, Algeria, Mali and Nubia. As always visit the 'One Tribe, Many Voices' Blog for play list and more.
July 27, 2011 09:06 PM PDT
("Not So) Distant Relatives"...Part Two: Cuba & Puerto Rico, foundations of the Rumba.
Celebrating the power of the rumba. Featuring the music of Cuban master musicians Los Munequitos de Matanzas, Gregorio 'El Goyo' Hernandez and Los Nani, alongside Puerto Rican master
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July 15, 2011 02:05 PM PDT
This week's show is called: (Not So) Distant Relatives, the first in a series of three shows highlighting cultural connections among the African Diaspora. Today, we kick off the series with two of the Caribbean's culturally influential islands: Jamaica & Puerto Rico. celebrating Damian Marley and Distant Relatives along side Cultura Profetica, Tego Calderon, Buju Banton and more.
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July 08, 2011 09:16 AM PDT
Part two of Male Voices of the African Diaspora features "MenTell Stories of Love".
Celebrating the so-called "Language of Love": Brasilian Portuguese. Music from Ivan Lins, Dori Caymmi and Rasheed Ali & Rain People. This show is a rare showcase for the Rain People sound as it journeys through Brasil.
As always, visit the blog: http://rain-people.blogspot.com for playlist and other interesting inside information.
April 02, 2011 11:09 AM PDT
Special Headphone Mix: "A Day at the Beach".
Relax and enjoy a day at the beach with Rasheed Ali & Rain People. This week's show celebrates the music of the ocean. Imagine yourself on an island with the music of Ruben Blades, Dori Caymmi, Flora Purim,Francisco Aguabella and Rasheed Ali with Bennie Maupin.
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February 13, 2011 11:41 PM PST
This show celebrates the 100th Episode of 'One Tribe, Many Voices' !
Featuring a special conversation with legendary Global Village DJ; Simeon Pillich.
Rasheed Ali gives thanks and appreciation to his podcast community that stretches from Beijing and Seoul to Germany, France and India.
Check out the 'One Tribe, Many Voices' Blog for the play list and other cultural articles.
This is only part one of our Special.
World Music podcast radio show that features music of the African Diaspora.
During his world travels as a bandleader and music educator, Rasheed realized the uniqueness of his own Afro-Caribbean traditions. He imagined a weaving of the diverse African musical styles of the Americas into a distinct new sound. "One Tribe, Many Voices" is the motto of his group, Rain People. Ali's vision is to break through the language barriers in Black Music. He writes and sings in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Yoruba. Rain People’s music is circling the globe as its audience grows on the internet. With each podcast he continues to celebrate the extraordinary musical melting pot of the Americas. Rasheed was signed to Atlantic & Fantasy Records prior to releasing the first "Rain People" CD in Japan in 1995. Rasheed has since released seven Rasheed Ali & Rain People recordings on Digital Rain Factory Records. Through these regular scheduled podcasts, Rasheed Ali is finding a growing audience interested in joining him on his musical journey.
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