DISCOGRAPHY
Abstract Vision and Humanity. “Empires.” Politrix. Self- released, n.d.
—. “Media.” Politrix. Self- released, n.d.
Adou Elenga. “Ata Ndele.” Anthologie de la musique Zaïroise moderne, tome 1. Bureau
du Président de la République du Zaïre bp 3092, 1974. Vinyl.
Arabian Knightz. “Rebel.” Arab League Rec ords, 2011.
Araújo, Emanoel. A Feminilidade do Canto. São Paulo: Atração Fonográfica, 2003. CD.
The Arthur S. Alberts Collection: More Tribal, Folk, and Café Music of West Africa. Pro-
duced by Mickey Hart. Library of Congress Endangered Music Project, Rykodisc
rcd 10401, 1998. cd.
Brandily, Monique. Introduction aux musiques africaines. Paris: Cité de la Musique;
Arles: Actes Sud, 1997. cd.
Chee Malabar. “Hamas Mix.” Unreleased.
—. “Kandahar Cruise.” Burning Tire Artisan. Red Bench Rec ords, 2011. cd.
—. “Live from Al- Jazeera.” Burning Tire Artisan. Red Bench Rec ords, 2011. cd.
—. “Oblique Brown.” Oblique Brown. Red Bench Rec ords, 2006. cd.
The Columbia World Library of Folk and Primitive Music, Vol. 10: Bantu Music from
East Africa. Compiled and edited by Alan Lomax. Columbia 91a 02017. cd.
Da Lench Mob. Guerillas in tha Mist. Atco, 1992. cd.
“Dundun Ensemble from Adjarra, Benin, ‘Esikesi’ (for Wedding).” Yoruba Drums
from Benin, West Africa. Vol. 8: The World’s Musical Traditions. Smithsonian/Folk-
ways/swf 40440, 1996. cd.
Elsie Houston Sings Brazilian Songs. rca Victor, 1954.
Etta Moten Barnett’s Return to the United States. wmaq Radio, 1955. New York Public
Library, Schomburg Branch, Recorded Sound Division.
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