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August 01, 1998


Øystein Sevåg
Global House

Song From the Planet
Windham Hill Records
We began with music from Norwegian musician, Øystein Sevåg.
* My World Beat intro theme song since it's release in 1995

Cherish the Ladies
Threads of Time
Rolling in the Barrel/The Pinch of Snuff/Vincent Cambell's/The Galloping Hound
The Battle of Augrim/The Star Above the Garter
Tip Toe Home/ Paddy Kelly's
Green Linnet
Led by the flute and whistle virtuoso Joanie Madden, Cherish the Ladies have grown from a one-time concert concept to an Irish Traditional music sensation, performing literally hundreds of concerts a year.


David Wilkie
Cowboy Ceilidh / Cowboy Celtic
Cowboy Celidh / High Noon
The Cowboy's Lament / Kean O'Hara (1st Air)
(trad Turlough O'Carolan known in Ireland as "The Bard of Armagh" in Scotland as "The Unfortunate Rake")
(vocal Michael Martin Murphy)
The Water is Wide (O Waly Waly, 1725; Scotland)
the overall theme of various versions is that of unrequited love & betrayal
*Whistle solo: Phil Cunningham
The Wind in the Wire (vocal Stewart MacDougall)

Red House Records
Recording sessions in Ireland, Scotland, Canada, & USA
Caliban
Caliban
The Open Door
Bold John Barleycorn

Magna Carta


The Renaisance Album
Angels of Venice
- Si Je Perdais Mon Ami
(Anonymous 14-15th Century)
George Winston - Villanelle
(Jean-Baptiste Besard 17th century)
Lisa Lynne - How Sweet the Torment
(Claudio Monteverdi)
John Doan - Branles de Village
(Anonymous 15th Century)
*20 harp guitar

Windham Hill Records



Sam Mangwana
Galo Negro

Galo Negro (Portuguese "Black Cockerel")
Manjani (sung in Lingala, a duet with Murray Head)
Elima (Lingala)
Nakupenda (Swahili "I Love You")

Putumayo World Music
an Afro-Latin masterpiece


Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca
Mambo Yo Yo

Mambo Yo Yo

Putumayo World Music
A blend of Cuban & Central African traditions



Alpha Yaya Diallo
Aduna "the world"
Fatoumata Diallo
Aduna
Debo

Tinder Records
versatile sounds from a talented West African musician

Olu Dara
In the World (from Natchez to New York)
Okra

Atlantic


Sierra Maestra
Tíbiri Tábará
Marieta (son montuno- classical style from turn of century Cuba)

World Circuit / Nonesuch
new music from Cuba



Ulisses Rocha
Moleque "child"
Moleque

Malandro
acoustic guitar music from Sao Paulo, Brazil


Jaurez Moreira
Bom dia "good morning"
Bom Dia

Malandro
new guitar music fcapturing the musical soundscape of Minas Gerais, Brazil
(the first international release of Jaurez Moreira "5 CDs to his credit"


Cuba L.A.
El Dulcerito Llego ("The Sweets Vendor Is Here")

NARADA
a salute to the rich heritage Cuban music in L.A.



Jamshied Sharifi
A Prayer for the Heart of layla
Ammeh Kimia
Alula Records



Stay tuned for Afropop World Wide hosted by George Collinet


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