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Song From the Planet
Mae 'Nghariad i'n Fenws
Traditional Welsh music from Tudur Morgan.
Dal i Dreiddio
Welsh Rock: The five man band from Anglesey,
North Wales established themselves in the 80’s as ‘Mojo’, and in 1990
were Welsh band to release a rock CD, in Welsh ‘Awn ymlaen fel hyn’
Songbirds - the first
ladies of Irish song
Irish songstress Fil Campbell, of Co.
Fermanagh has had a lifelong love affair with music since her first
performance at age 5 in her hometown Belleek. Songbirds is a history
of the music that Fil Campbell grew-up listening to and was made into
a TV documentary of some of the most intriguing women singers of Ireland
from the last century.
Artist website: filcampbell.com
Beneath the Calm
Somebody Up There
Next we will be hearing an original
song and the lovely vocals of Irish singer/songwriter, Fil Campbell,
of Belleek, in Co. Fermanagh.
Artist website: filcampbell.com
Xúa! are based in Santiago de
Compostela and Coruña, located in autonomous region of Galicia
in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula.
Artist website: XuaMusica.com
Beat Pick of the Month
Bright Morning Star
Oysterband have forged a style that
owes much to the traditional music of Britain, yet rarely draws directly
Oysterband artist website
American Baroque - Steel String Surprise
Les Nations Unies
Les Nations Unies
Reale is an afroindiepop duo composed of Dodo aka FABRIZIO DAL BORGO,
songwriter, voice and guitar player and PATRIZIA FERRARINI on surdo
drums, berimbau, djembe, udu and colors. music recorded in Angola
Emar - world music EP
is the alter-ego of independent singer-songwriter Melissa Rebronja.
(emm-ahr) is an emerging international World Music Artist. Born in
the Balkans, raised in Canada, EMAR has traveled through Europe, Latin
America, the Middle East, and the Pacific to tap into multicultural
influences that inspire her music, uniquely record in languages including
Serbian, Hindi, Persian, Arabic, and more.
- various artists
el Feo (Argentina)
new collection from tango music from around the World.
Todavia Nos Queremos
Ruby is a lifetime member of the International Society of Bassists
(ISB) who travels back and forth between the NYC area and South America.
Ice - piano slightly chilled
Fiona Joy Hawkins on
chilled piano piano accompanied by didgeridoo
Dreams & Visions
Incense of Praise
Artist website: www.mary-kathryn.com
"Dreams & Visions," blends
elements of soft pop, rock and folk with world music.
Cheb i Sabbah is a musical adventurer,
global spiritualist and producer extraordinaire who's returned to
the Indian subcontinent for Devotion, his seventh album on Six Degrees
Traces - music for films & documentaries
Dutch musician Michel Banabila creates
eerily atmospheric music for films and documentaires. We will be hearing
"Speech," featuring lyrics taken directly from Genesis 11.
Lawrence of Surburbia
No Habibi No
The Darbuki Kings make their home in the
Twin Cities but have travelled the world and recount the saga of their
journey (with a sense of humor) through a collection of songs with
influences from India to Morocco.
Omar Akram grew up traveling around the
world as the son of a United Nations diplomat living in such diverse
locales as France, Cuba, Afghanistan and the Czech Republic. His melodies
are presented within tapestry-like arrangements interweaving his acoustic
grand piano with acoustic guitar, violin, duduk, flute and ethnic
spicy song by Greek pop musician, Anna Bizeeh to warm your evening.
Song for Chava
La Selva (The Rainforest)
Original guitar compositions by Lawrence
Blatt. At the end of this tune you will hear the sounds of the charango.
Strings to Your Heart
The Next One
Although Cuban musican Pedro Alfonso has
recorded on over 80 major-label cds, since coming to the US in 1998,
this is his debut album as a solo artist.
song by Greek pop musician, A
Acoustic Bachata from the Cabaret Era
aqui pero no say yo
Music from the Dominican Republic, an historic
collection of acoustic from the Caberet Era.
Andy Palacio & the Garifuna
this month on the cover of: Global Rhythm - world music, culture &
The Garifuna people are a people
and a language without a country. They originally settled on St Vincents,
but were scattered along the mainland coast after being driven out
by the Spanish. Today they live in Belize, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras,
and various places in South America yet always in the minority. Wátina
was the first Garifuna record that I'd played on the World Beat. I
was very excited about the music of Andy Palacio & the Garifuna
Collective, back in April 07 when I first heard their cd Watina and
selected the recording as my World
Beat Pick of the Month.
I'm sorry to say that Andy Palacio
passed away last month.
Time for Change
Birds Eye Music
David Kirton music
David Kirton, from Barbados sings in a unique
blend of roots-rock-reggae, with soul and pop. "Time for Change"
is his third album.
New Reggae music from Paris.
Rhythm - world music, culture & lifestyle magazine
Ilembe: Honoring the Shaka Zulu
Umon' Usuk' Esweni
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Ladysmith Black Mambazo have married the
intricate rhythms and harmonies of their native South African musical
traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian gospel music
for over 30 years.
Rokku Mi Rokka
Wake up (Its Africa Calling)
Website : Youssou N'Dour
Coming-up...music from a new record by Senegalese
Superstar, Youssou N'Dour
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