WTJU Best of 2020 – John Bates

John Bates co-hosts World Turning, heard each Friday afternoon from 12-2 (eastern).

Artist(s)/Album/Label
Les Amazones D’Afrique/Amazones Power/Real World
iyatraQuartet/Break The Dawn/iyatraQuartet
Sibusile Xaba/Ngiwu Shwabada/Komos
Trad.Attack!/Make Your Move/Made in Baltics
Wesli/Rapadou Kreyol/Cumbancha
Awale Jant Band/Yewoulen/ARC
Fra Fra/Funeral Songs/Glitterbeat
Tamikrest/Tamotait/Glitterbeat
Beto Jamaica/Rey De Mi Folcior Vallenato/OM Producciones
Chouk Bwa & The Angstromers/Voudou Ale/Bongo Joe
L’Eclair/Noshtta/Bongo Joe
Ladama/Oye Mujer/Six Degrees
Bab L’Bluz/Naydal/Real World
9BACH/Ar Y 9/Real World
Keleketla!/S-T/Ahead of Our Time
Pedro Lima/Maguidala/Bongo Joe
Black Umfolosi/Earth Song/ARC
Coreyah/Clap & Applause/Coreyah
Al Bilali Soudan/Tombouctou/Clermont
Rheingans Sisters/Receiver/bendigedig
Marcos Valle/Valle-Muhammad-Younge/Jazz Is Dead
Merema/Kezeren Koiht/CPL-Music
Modeste-Kilema/Green World/ARC
A.G.A. Trio/Meeting/Naxos World
Liga Latina/S-T/Multination
Various Artists/Music from Saharan (WhatsApp Series)/Sahel Sounds

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