|Add Date:||2004-04-19||Pull Date:||2004-06-21||Charts:||Reggae/World|
|Week Ending:||Jun 20||Jun 13||Jun 6||May 30||May 16||May 9||May 2||Apr 25|
|1.||Feb 10, 2007:||New World Disorder
|4.||Jun 19, 2004:||Morning Glory
|2.||Feb 06, 2007:||Global Warming at the Cafe Bohemian
|5.||Jun 10, 2004:||Storytime!
|3.||Jun 22, 2004:||Sun in Libra, Moon in Pisces
|6.||Jun 01, 2004:||At the Cafe Bohemian
Track 1: Swishing melody that reflects (according to the linear notes), the “free spirit of childhood”
Track 2: Beautiful flute refrain with repetitive chanting in the background.
Track 3: Poignant guitar riffs+ soft male vox with choir. Read the liner notes for the exceptionally touching background of this song.
Track 4: Uptempo with infectious rhythm.
Track 5: Traditional dance song with Afro beats, flute, and guitar.
Track 6: slow flute piece with nature/landscape sounds in background. Beautiful!
Track 7: Very short song with male vox (no instruments). Sounds like Acapella.
Track 8: Similar to 4, catchy and traditional.
Track 9: beautiful gospel music with guitar.
Track 10: Dancey flute refrain textured by strong percussion. Similar to 2 (but fatser tempo).
Track 11: Slow guitar + male vox. Minimalistic and tender.
Track 12,13: Similar to 5.
Track 14: Short instrumental piece performed on the kalimbe.
|1.||Kite Kitere||8.||Maama Yi Baaba|
|2.||Yangu Ni Yako||9.||Yazala Abambuti|
|5.||Soroti Boys Song||12.||Kaleba|
|6.||Ndere Ye Kiro||13.||Obubaka|