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Roots and Rhythms
Wednesday November 7th, 2012 with Bruce Walton
Abdullah Ibrahim, part 4

Music recorded between 1973 and 1988 - 6 tracks in NYC, 2 in Johannesburg, and one each in Tokyo and Stuttgart - from a duo with Archie Shepp to a 12-tet with some great mostly American players.
Sister Rosie (10-tet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - The Journey (live, NYC, 78)
Tintiyana, First Part (12-tet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - African Space Program (NYC, 73)
Earth Bird (sextet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Mindif (NYC, 88)
Ekaya (septet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Ekaya (Home) (NYC, 83)
The Children Of Africa (trio)
Abdullah Ibrahim - The Children Of Africa (NYC, 76)
Ntyilo Ntyilo (Jo'burg, 77, quartet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Voice Of Africa
The Mountain (octet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Water From An Ancient Well (NYC, 85)
Black & Brown Cherries (sextet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Black Lightning (Jo'burg, 76)
Barefoot Boy From Queenstown - For Mongezi
Archie Shepp-Abdullah Ibrahim - S/T (Tokyo, 78)
Star-Crossed Lovers (quartet)
Abdullah Ibrahim - Duke's Memories (live, Stuttgart, 81)
Interactive CKCU
Bruce Walton (host)
Does anyone know the correct terms for "10-tet" and "12-tet"?

6:28 PM, November 7th, 2012
Hi. On the web, they come up with dectet for 10 musicians, and duodectet for 12. Seems odd.

8:35 PM, November 7th, 2012
Bruce Walton (host)
Thanks Robert. "Duodectet" doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, does it?

8:35 AM, November 8th, 2012
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