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Song From the Planet
The practice of pilgrimage has never
gone out of fashion in Ireland. Irish faithful still retrace the steps
of their three patron saints, St Patrick, St Brigid, and St. Colmcille.
Hiking to drink the waters of ancient Brigid wells and performing
the traditional barefoot climb of mountain Croagh Patrick.
Contemporary Music from Northern Ireland
Produced in conjunction with the Northern
Ireland Program at the 2007 Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
Traditional Welsh music from Tudur Morgan.
website : KateRusby.com
Contemporary and traditional Scotch and
& The April Fishes
c'est pas d'l'amour
Singer/songwriter Rupa is
of Indian heritage who grew-up in the US and the south of France.
Rupa is now a medical doctor who makes music in San Francisco. - "maintenant"
"is about falling in love... and suggests that when love comes
knocking on you door. You should open it, jump off the cliff, and
ask questions later."
Rhythm - world music, culture & lifestyle magazine
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 an Italy.
Marimba Music of Guatemala
marimba music of the group Chanpinlandia is steeped in centuries of
tradition. But their particular form took shape around the turn of
the 20th century. Listen to the sound of Guatemala's national musical
Merengue Típico from the Dominican Republic
Apriétame Así (Squeeze me like that)
rooted in the mountanous Cibao region of the Dominican Republic, featuring
the merengue dance-beatwith agressive improvisation.
A Cada Mañana
French singer, Jeanne Added, accompanies
Lebonese sax man/jazz composer, Toufic Farroukh.
Un Shipibo En Espana
blast from the past with some of the psychedelic-meets-the-Amazon
music once popular in Peru.
Peruvian born singer Silvia Kane
of Pacifika entrancing sweet voice lives-up to many repeated listenings.
New music from Spain, produced
by Gustavo Santaolalla.
Street Lounge Music
Native Argentinean Natalia Clavier has lived a lifetime of music from
music, from Buenos Aires to Barcelona.
Cecilia Villar Eljuri (Vocals,
Guitars, Songwriter) was
born in Guayaquil, Ecuador and raised in the cultural melting-pot
of New York City, NY.
Kassinhas has produced recordinsg
by Marissa Monte and Bebel Gilberto and is known as one
of today's most exciting names in Brazilian music.
3 Na Massa
music from Brasil featuring the vocals of Brazilian divas.
in the Dark
Dia De Roda
in the Dark
music from four Brasilian musicians living in NYC.
This World Together
music from world traveller and gazal singer, Sarah Ingraham
McAuliffe - Flutes
Rhythm of the Seasons
McAuliffe plays many different types of flutes including the Native
American drone flute, Bamboo traverse flute, Shakuhachi, a 5 foot
long PVC pipe flute, Bulgarian Dvoyankaflute, Scandanavian Overtione
flute and on "Bright Star" he plays the recently rediscovered,
French singer, Jeanne
Added, accompanies Lebonese sax man/jazz composer,
Feels Like Love
Egyptian singer/songwriter Chantal
a native of Egypt and recently gave an outdoors concert accompanied
by a symphony orchestra at the Pyramids of Giza, singing on a stage
based at the foot of the regal Sphinx.
Jef Stott is a musical anthropologist, whos
studied with master musicians from Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iran and
Turkey and an accomplished musician on several traditional Middle
Eastern stringed and percussion instruments.
Pathaan is one of the few UK-based DJs
to have truly crossed the dance/world divide. Pathaan has had numerous
performances across Europe, in Brazil, and New York.
Sekouba Bambino Diabate was born into a
traditional griot family of singers. He was a former member of the
Afro-Latin band, Africando and has earned the title, "The National
Treasure of Guinea."
Made in Dakar
One of the very first traditional griot
songs to be updated sand played by a modern band. This piece shocked
and seduced Dakar audiences in 1968. The lyrics pay homage to an old
benevolent king of Senegal called Papa Ndaiye Ndene.
WARchild (title track)
Many Rivers to Cross
of redemption from singer/songwriter Emmanuel Jal who are forced into
servitude as a war child. Read his story on MySpace.
The Garifuna Women's Project
Website : www.cumbancha.com/albums/umalali/
Umalali is an album of indescribable emotion,
strength and beauty. It is an entrancing journey into the heart and
soul of a unique and inspiring Garifuna culture.
Blues roots music of Victor Démé,
recorded at Jungle Studio in Burkina Faso and mastered in Paris.
The Mande Variations
Malian musician, Toumani Diabaté,
recorded the first ever solo kora album in 1988 and is recognized
as the world's leading Kora player. The Mande Variations is his long-awaited
second solo kora recording.
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