Globeat -a worlwide safari- by Stan RijvenFebruary 12, 2016
Intro -Radio program Silver Apples (USA)
Hunting Song –Aka Pygmy (central Africa)
Super Djata Band -Super Djata (Mali)
Ray Mbele –Baobab (Senegal)
Pedro Padrilla Aquinaldo (Puerto Rico)
Kanis Edho Dhen –Glykeria (Greece)
A Statman Kletzer Orchestra -The Chaser (USA)
Leo Fuld –Doina (Netherlands)
Cheb Mami –Idha Enti Bkiti (Algeria)
Compiled & mixed by Stan Rijven
Stan Rijven is a popjournalist who ao worked for the national Dutch newspaper Trouw (1979-2014). During the 80s he was a regular dj at squad Radio 100 (Tam Tam International) and hosted for 2 years the VPRO Radio 3 program The World Receiver/ Mundial (1989/90).
Mid 80s he co-founded the magazine Afrika. Combined with his Radio 100-program Stan organised the monthly held Tam Tam Club at Cafe De Pieter in Amsterdam which became a well known spot to hear the latest African pop and World music. At the same time Stan was busy establishing IASPM-Benelux, a global music platform for the Benelux (Paradiso, march 1984). Hence the name IASPM, International Association for the Study of Popular Music. To encourage the ± 40 Benelux members to pay their annual membership fee, Stan compiled this tape Globeat in 1989 as a present. Very rudimentary mixed with one turntable and one double casssettedeck, mixing was purely by feel, without a mixing desk.
Globeat is constructed with a radio-show in mind, covering parts of Africa and some unexpected contributions from Latin-America, the USA and the Netherlands as well.