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Song From the Planet
Native American and World Music Flute
Over the Bog - Skip Healey & Mark Bachand
First Lightning - Kevin Locke
Native American Flute Assn.
A new cd celebrating flute music
fom around the world. Produced by the International Native American
Flute Association based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
An Abad Madeg
Artist website: www.dremmwel.com
Dremmwel means horizon, in the Breton language. For the past twenty
years Dremmwel have been playing local events that call for traditional
dancing at festivals and venues in every corner of their native Britanny.
The Love Album
Moi Qui Croyais
Music from French chantuse, Anaïs
no es mala leña
A Menos Cuarto
artist website: Aulaga
Aulaga Folk is a 10 member Folk group based in Caceres, Spain. They
are celebrating their 10th anniversary with an active concert tour.
Vientos del Norte
New Tango music recorded by Vayo Raimondo in the original neighborhood
of the Tango in Montevideo, Uraguay.
A brand-new cd from Six Degrees Records artist, Cé with
the assistance of many top-notch Brazilian musicians.
Fusión Flamenca - la isla
Artist website : www.koskilleo.com
Next-up flamenco fusion music from
the Barcelona band Koskilleo, featuring music by Joaquín Murillo
and songstress Leo Cantante
Artist website : www.martagomez.com
Musiquita is the fifth recording from Columbian singer-songwriter,
Marta Gomez. Marta's unique voice and unpretentious
simplicity sketches the bittersweet life of her homeland.
Erener & Demir Demirkan
Painted on Water
Artist website: www.paintedonwater.net
Music from Istanbul by Sertab Erener and guitarist Demir
Demirkan. Their sound moves between jazz, modern rock with songs sung
in english but inspired from Anatolian classical and folk music.
artists - Hear Music
Playing for Change- Songs Around the World
Stand By Me
Playing for Change is an effort to
unite musicians from around the world in song. The track "Stand
By Me" includes the rhythm and soul of over 35 musicians from
around the world.
Dylan - Columbia/Legacy
Gotta Serve Somebody
MySpace: Bob Dylan
Artist website: Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan's lyrics shaped the awareness of the boomer generation
and continue to be as relevant today as the day they were written.
I'm proud to claim Dylan as a fellow Minnesotan. This track comes
from the three disc set, containing 51 classics songs, simply titled,
featuring Joan Baez
LUV is the foundation
The Way Life Should Be (radio edit)
Dejavu, strike a chord as Joan Baez
once again puts her voice in the service of love and peace.
The Color of Sunshine
Orange Blossom Honey
San Francisco based guitarist, Lawrence
Blat released his third album. It's a gem produced by William Ackerman.
Musica De La Noche
Artist Website :
The head-nodding, foot-stomping
party-vibe of Musica De La Noche ranges from Reggae
to Afro-beat and Bossa Nova.
Coba Coba - REMIXED
Ruperta (DJ Spam
Artist Website :
The Afro-Peruvian roots
music and club grooves of Lima Peru-based group,
Novalima are remixed by some of the world's top
Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada
Ocote, the Nauhatl word for pine, is the key
to starting fire for cooking and heating across
Mexico and beyond. The music of Grupo Fantasma
of Austin Tx and Antibalas of NYC collide and
fuse into a psychedelic afro-latin funk groove.
Lemvo & Makina Loca
Ricardo Lemvo is a Congo-born artist of Angolan
roots. He is an innovator who embodies the Afro-Latin
diaspora, singing in English, French, Spanish,
Portuguese, Lingala, and Kikongo.
Too Much Gun a Bust
10ft Ganga Plant is
back with a fifth album, this time with vocals
from Kyle McDonald of the group, Slightly Stoopid
New music from Jamaica
by a raising new voice.
The second album from
Tea, a Los Angeles based multicultural band dishing-up
a unique blend of Afro-beat and French pop.b
Artist website :
Afropean singer/ songwriter
Marie Daulne recreates herself once again with
an album based in Brazilian soundspaces.
Senkele te Sira
Seya is the first album
in six years from "Mali's Star of Stars"
Oumou Sangare is one of Africa's greatest female
Welcome to Mali
Music from the new
cd by Malian musicians Amadou and Mariam.
Benda Bilili means
"look beyond appearances" is a group
of parapalegic street musicians who live in and
around the grounds of the zoo in Kinshasa, Congo.
Four singer/guitarists on makeshift tricycle-weelchairs
are supported by a young all-acoustic rhythm section
and a 17 year old performing infectious guitar-like
solos on one-string electric lute that he built,
out of a tin-can.
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