Spotify Music Playlist and YouTube Videos

Chapter 10 Spotify Playlist

The table below lists, in order, all of the audio selections included on the Spotify Music Playlist for this chapter. It additionally includes cross-references to both page numbers in the textbook and slide numbers for PowerPoint lectures included in the Instructor’s Edition (not Student Edition) of the Online Learning Center, as well as links to complementary videos relating to the various playlist (PL) audio selections. Please note that the timelines and descriptions of specific musical selections included in the text pertain only to the audio tracks on the Spotify Playlist and not to the complementary videos. In other words, the textbook is directly tied to the Spotify audio tracks, but not to the complementary videos, which should be regarded as supplementary resources to the Spotify Playlist tracks.

Pages Track Title Spotify Playlist Number Power Point Slide Complementary Videos Relating to Spotify Audio Tracks
201 Akan drum proverb, “Talking Drum” 10-1  3 Atumpan drumming (drum speech)  
203 Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, “Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes” 10-2 5 Live performance
203 Ladysmith Black Mambazo, “Unomathemba” 10-3 5 Live performance (first song on the video)
205 Ghana First in 1957   7 Ghana: Portrait of a Nation
205 Dumisani “Ramadu” Moyo, “Ingculaza (AIDS)” 10-4  7 Ramadu and band performing live in Vienna (2008)
209 Eyisam Mbensuon, “Fontomfrom” 10-5 10-11 Fontomfrom performed at a funeral in Kumasi, Ghana Second excerpt from same funeral
210 E. T. Mensah, “Yei Ngebewoh” 10-6  12 Polyrhythmic drum ensemble, Ghana (includes from and atumpan drums)
211 King Sunny Adé, “Synchro Feelings – Ilako” 10-7 12 Live performance
211 Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, “Lilizela Milizeli” 10-8 12 Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, “Thokozile” (music video)
211 Boubacar Traoré, “Mondeou” 10-9 12 Live performance
211 Ephat Mujuru (mbira dzavadzimu), “Nyamaropa” 10-10 12 Mbira dzavadzimu performance
211 BaMbuti singing group, “Elephant Hunting Song” 10-11 13 Central African polyphonic singing of the Baka (Ba’Aka) people (similar to BaMbuti singing)
211 Venancio Mbande (timbila), “Mwemiso” 10-12  13 Timbila, live performance
212 Asafra Catholic C.Y.O. Mmensoun Group, “Mmensoun” 10-13  13 Asante animal horns (similar to mmen) – cue to 0:30
212 Tebogo Tshotesi (nkokwane), “Xai (Elephants)” 10-14   13 Nkokwane performance
212 Joel Sebunjo (endongo), “Nakatanza” 10-15 13 Endongo, played by Kinobe
213 Toumani Diabaté (kora), “Kaouding Cissoko” 10-16 14 Toumani Diabaté plays the kora
214 Kandia Kouyaté, “Koala Boumba” 10-17 16 Kandia Kouyaté, “Zouk Mandique”
215 Neba Solo (bala), “Kendougou Foly” 10-18 16 Balafon (bala) solo
215 Bassekou Kouyaté (koni), “The River Tune” 10-19 16 Ngoni (koni) solo
216 Salif Keita, “Samfi” 10-20 17 Salif Keita and Cesaria Evora, “Yamore” (music video)
216 Seckou Keita, “Founé” 10-21 17  
217 Seckou Keita, “Sabu Ngima” 10-22 17 Seckou Keita (kora) studio recording session, live
217-219 Seckou Keita, “Dounuya” 10-23 19-20  
220-223 Toumani Diabaté and Taj Mahal, “Atlanta Kaira” 10-24  23-25 Toumani Diabaté and Taj Mahal, “Créole Blues,” live performance
220-221 Jesse Fuller, “Stackolee” 10-25 21 Taj Mahal’s version of “Stackolee” Taj Mahal, “Queen Bee”
220 Ali Farka Touré, “Nawiye” 10-26 21 Ali Farka Touré, live performance (1988) Ali Farka Touré and Toumani Diabaté duet
220 Taj Mahal and Toumani Diabaté, “Catfish Blues” 10-27 21  
221 Toumani Diabaté, “Kaira” 10-28 21 Live performance
222     21 Koni player Bassekou Kouyaté and his band Ngoni Ba, live broadcast
222     21 Ballaké Sissoko (kora), live performance
222     21 Kassé-Mady Diabaté, “Simbo”
222     21 Lasana Diabaté (bala)
225     26 Angélique Kidjo, Eve album promo
225     26 Angélique Kidjo, “Agolo” (from the 1994 album Aye)
225 Angélique Kidjo, “Naîma” (featuring Carlos Santana)  10-29  26 Kidjo, “Wombo Lombo” (also from the 1996 album Fifa)
225-228 Angélique Kidjo, “Okan Bale” 10-30 28-30 Angélique Kidjo, “Iwoya” (live version of another song from the album Black Ivory Soul)
226 Thomas Mapfumo, “Vechidiki”   10-31 27 Mapfumo, live performance (2013)