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Two Sound Travels Mixes… | September 2016

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…as this weekend I stayed true to my promise and had a mix of 70’s era Brazilian samba soul sounds that finds the funk in more than a few ways. Rare grooves are in abundance on this mix that I’m still grooving on. Unfortunately, I somehow deleted the playlist I made to make the mix so even though the mix stands, I’m not one hundo on what I actually fit into this hour-long exploration. Enjoy!

Rift Valley Mixtape (Kenyan Benga) | Sound Travels August 7th 2016

Vista in Kenya

Sound Travels Brazil, an Olympic playlist

Olympics In Rio

Sound Travels on Spotify!

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Afrorocker Mixtape | Sound Travels July 17th 2016

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Simmer Down Mixtape | Sound Travels July 10th, 2016

Killer-Rocksteady

Sound Travels Summer Mixtape Vol. 1

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Tracklisting

Unknown – field recording

Snatam Kaur “So Purkh” exerpt

Inti-illimani “La partida (Víctor Jara)”

Dennis Brown “Easy Take It Easy”

Los Rakas “Smokin Love(Remix)

Natty “Seasons Change feat. Alborosie & Busy Signal”

M.Aii “Kalam el Leil”

Debruit “Kaçıyorum featuring Gaye Su Akyol”

Kondi Band “Yeanoh (Powe Handa Blingade)”

Marcos Valle “Estrelar”

Gilles Rivard “Je Reviens”

Fred Aucagos “Pangua Zô Pile Moin”

Imarhan “Imarhan”

JULS “Chalewote”

Borchi “Fitzo”

Poirier feat. Front “Pale Mal”

Rolando Bruno “Fiesta Trashera”

Sexy Zebras “Búfalo Blanco”

José Casimiro “Morti Sta Bidjàcu”

Konono N°1 “Nlele Kalusimbiko (Radio Edit)”

Batida “Bazuka (Quem Me Rusgou)”

DJ Jigue y Tumba Francesa La Caridad de Oriente “RIVE”

Bob Marley “Is this Love? (Dubmatix Re-Versioned)”

Arab Spacesuit Mixtape | Sound Travels June 12th, 2016

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Boogie Boogie Boogie Mixtape | Sound Travels June 5th 2016

tropical disco in the mix!

Quiero Creedence?

CCR en Espanol!?

As a kid, I was exposed to many forms of music, but classic rock was definitely a big part of it. Now that I get to be the global music connoisseur, I hadn’t really expected that these worlds of music might come together as often as they have been lately. The Chamanas’ covering Portugal. The Man and the Mexrrissey project other good examples of this and it’ll be interesting to see how far this stuff goes and whether that opens doors here for Latin rockers.

Either way, it looks good and the one song that has been released is a dope, and surprisingly uplifting version of “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” from Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel. Checkitout…