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May 8 at Satalla: Ghana-Guinea-Gypsy Grooves

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  • Raul Rothblatt
    **Dallam-Dougou, Imaginary Homeland & Ayo Osinibe team up for another show Saturday May 8 at Satalla in Manhattan*** Hi friends. Last Saturday there was this
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      **Dallam-Dougou, Imaginary Homeland & Ayo Osinibe
      team up for another show Saturday May 8
      at Satalla in Manhattan***

      Hi friends. Last Saturday there was this incredible 4-band show of
      African music at Satalla, so I'm feeling really excited about
      returning to the club for our big show next week.

      Imaginary Homeland will be playing a long set of tunes including new
      music featuring the Ugandan thumb piano. Then get ready for Dallam-
      Dougou, the best (uh, that is to say, only) African-Hungarian band
      playing with Balla Kouyate, Sylvain Leroux and a whole crew of
      exciting musicians. And if that isn't enough, keep it going with late
      night dancing with Eletfa's Transylvanian dance rhythms and later
      night Afro-dance partying with Ayo Osnimibe. Come one, come all...
      call up your cousin from Philadelphia! Don't miss the sweet voice of
      Abdoulaye Diabate and the Gyspy fiddle fireworks of Kalman Magyar!

      Peace,
      Raul ("Abou Fote")


      Saturday May 8
      8 pm: IMAGINARY HOMELAND (talking drum, jazz, & african fiddle)
      9:30 pm: DALLAM-DOUGOU (raul's african-hungarian jazz thang)
      11:00 pm: Two-band Jam Finale
      'Till Late: Hungarian dance music plus Afrobeat dance party with DJ
      El Hwa (a.k.a. Ayo)


      at Satalla, the Temple of World Music
      37 West 26th Street (6th/Bway)
      212-576-115
      $18 whole show + drinks or food
      After 11: $6

      PS You can check us out at www.JumbieRecords.com and hear (and BUY)
      our CDs at www.CDBaby.com/dallam www.cdbaby.com/ImaginaryHomeland.
      To find out about America's favorite Hungarian band, go to
      www.Eletfa.org.
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