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Show

Name
Station
YYYY-MM-DD
  • 1989-10-19
Comments
  • Continuous section from the start of the show.
  • Before the House Of Love track, a short unidentified Swahili language comedy gets played out. According to YouTube user Fredrick Mutooni: The episode is a comedy about poverty in the village. The narrator is not identified but its a male probably a politician or a community activist. "Mimi ninajua wanainch hakuna pesa" - I know my fellow citizens there is no money. Note: his Kiswahili is a comedy ( slang/jokes). The community members says yesss in Kiswahili- yiii. "Mimi ninajua wanainch wanafanya kazi kwa wapenzi" - I know my fellow citizens you work for love. Wapenzii is meaningless here. Mimi najua mapenzi - I know love. Note; This is mixed comedy that is done by a stoned villager who starts the sentence at the end and works backward like Islamic Koran. "Mimi hapana mbovu" - I am not stoned/ crazy. "Weka Kazini Matako" - Put your work in your ass. "Matako" - Human behind. 

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Tracklisting

File

Name
  • 1989-10-19 Peel Show R046.mp3
Length
  • 57:04
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