Track Listing: Ajorpa; Ludio; Tanjevo; Rose, La; Fayoum; Malika; Anakha; No Se; Vendredi 13; Arga; Princesse;
||Morocco: Music From Far Away & From Long Ago (1996) |
Track Listing: Mawwal Sika: Mawwal Iraq et Qasida Malhuna Miknasiyya: Mawwal et Bata'ihi Al-Hijaz Al-Kabir: Mawwal et Taghtiya Sahli: Qasida Tlimsaniyya: Baytan et Taghtiya Istihlal: Baytan Mujtathth et Taghtiya; Baytan Ramal et Bata'ihi Al-Hijaz Al-Kabir,: Baytan Majzu' Al-Ramal et Bata'hi ...
Track Listing: Deli Boys; Deli Boys; Planan; Planan; Davul Njhavend Taksim; Davul Njhavend Taksim; Davul Njhavednd; Davul Njhavend; Jardin; Jardin; Street Layf; Street Layf; Pete de Vue, A; Perte de Vue, A; Neo Geo; Neo Geo; Muhayyeer; Muhayyer; Zeybek de ...
Mix Of Egytian,Afro-Cuban, Arabic,Indian,Persian Music
||Music Of The South (1998) Al Sur Sampler|
W/20-Page Booklet That Lists The Entire Al Sur Catalog
||Mediterranee: Les Musiques Du Sud (1999) (Import) France; Box Set|
3 Cds- Track Listing: DISC 1: VOIX DE FEMMES: Malili; Oyria Yefefyia; Mokats Sarer; Ala Rabbi a Tilifun; Leskovik; Js'ijhbar Moual; Kyrie Eleison; Tu Xallan Mo Gji; Dunyaya Geldim Gulmec Icin; Les Filles; DISC 2: Esperance; Untitled; Seguiriyas; Tasnif; Improvisation; ...
||Billo's Caracas Boys|
18 Hits Of Billo's Caracas Boys (2000)
Personnel includes: Climaco Sarmiento, Guillerno Gonzalez, Villamizar, Pacho Galan, Oswaldo Oropeza.
Armando Orifiche & His Havana Cuba Boys (1995)
24 tracks from composer/pianist & band
Full performer name: Armando Orefiche/His Havana Cuba Boys.
Liner Note Author: Kimmo Luomanmaki.
Photographer: Armando Oréfiche.
||Lifesong (2000) |
Live Recording Track Listing: Kali'ulaokala; Friend For Life; You've Got A Friend / Lean On Me; You Don't Have to Be Alone; Don't Cry For Me; Somewhere in the Night; When Will You Know; God's Children; Don't Forget; Where Did ...
Two Stories In One
As intriguing as any stylistic fusion one is likely to hear, Reconciliation combines Celtic and Australian Aboriginal influences to create a unique, seamlessly integrated mix of sounds. Surprisingly, the two seemingly disparate traditions have more in common than one might ...
Everything Matters (1998)
Pierce Pettis is an engaging vocalist and an excellent guitarist, but he's primarily one of the preeminent songwriters of our time. Any disc of his is an event, and this one is no exception. His fifth album and second for ...
Here is presented a release from a masterful Congolese guitarist. Samba Ngo manages to mix the traditional sounds of the Congo, the uber-dominant soukous sounds, and the more urban, slicker sounds of contemporary Afro-pop in a collection of songs with ...
Recorded inside the Macedonian Monument, Krushevo, Macedonia in June 1997.
Named for a little town in Macedonia, 1999's Krushevo reflects the heritage and inventiveness of Vlatko Stefanovski and Miroslav Tadic, two of the region's finest guitarists. Krushevo's bluesy, Macedonian folk songs ...
||Ned Sublette / Lawrence Weiner|
Monsters from the Deep (1997)
Engineers include: Suze Dyer, Joe Johnson, Anne Pope.
Personnel: Ned Sublette (vocals, guitar, programming); Jerry Lawson, Jimmy Hayes, Joe Russell, Kim Weston, Red Fox, Jayotis Washington (vocals); Lenny Pickett (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Junior Mance (piano); Steve Meador, Mike Clark (drums); ...
||Tribal Heart (1994) |
Track Listing: Buffalo Stampede; Tahi; Saturday Night; Keep an Open Heart; Black Australia; Congo Bongo; Uyu Teo; Mununutapa; French Letter; My Mother, My Land; Somalia; I Man Never Die; Just Another Weekend; Rowena; Musiki Manjaro; Mawo Ma;
Ojah Awake (1976)
Osibisa's eighth album in only five years, 1976's Ojah Awake was the Ghanaian Afro-poppers' commercial high point in their adopted home of Great Britain. Though the band had a strong cult following throughout their career, this big-selling album spawned two ...
||Noh Music (1994) |
Ghosts of warriors, noble ladies, demons, deities, passions and insanity these are the subjects of the famed Noh plays of Japan. With its spectacular costumes and expressive carved wooden masks, Noh Theater has no counterparts in the West. The music acco
||Japanese Koto Consort|
Japanese Koto Orchestra (1993)
This recording sounds just about as beautiful as one might imagine, although the title of "orchestra" might be something of misnomer for an ensemble that seems to consist of less than ten people. Five kotos would make as much sound ...
||Japanese Masterpieces of the Shakuhachi (1993) |
One of a long series of albums put out by Lyrichord dealing with traditional musics from around the world, Japanese Masterpieces of the Shakuhachi reprises the major schools of playing for the traditional Japanese bamboo flute. The liner notes, though ...
||Gamelan Music of Bali (1993) |
A good bit of gamelan music. This is perhaps one of the most widespread of world music genres, but new entries into the field often lack something. This compilation of sounds spans the majority of the gamelan-based sub-genres within the ...
Africa/New York: Ladji Camara, Master Drummer (1993)
Ladji Camara is undoubtedly one of the most respected and gifted percussionists ever to reach these shores from West Africa. In this live recording, Ladji and his group perform traditional and ritual dance pieces from his homeland and bring down ...
Flights of Improvisation (1993)
One of the foremost figures of Indian classical music today, the great bansuri master G.S. Sachdev is joined by internationally acclaimed, legendary tabla master, Zakir Hussain, in a brand new, digital recording that comes very close to perfection. Sachd
Photographer: Fausto ...
||Ronnie Nyogetsu Seldin|
Ichi on Buttsu (1997)
In Japan, there are many schools and style of playing the shakuhachi. Ronnie Nyogetsu Seldin comes from the Jin Nyodo school and is one of the greatest Japanese shakuhachi masters of the 20th century who died almost 40 years ago. ...
Capoeira: Legendary Music of Brazil (1998)
This recording by Guilherme Franco, one of the greater jazz percussionists (non-drummers, that is), focuses on the music surrounding capoeira. While the fighters aren't present in such a musical recording, the virtuosity on the berimbau he showcases is quite something. ...
Didjeridu - Dharpa: Songs from Dreamtime (1998)
In Northeast Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, a group of Aboriginal people commonly referred to as Yolngu, have through their Dreamtime, created a Madayin (spiritual object) from the seed of a stringy bark tree. From this tree, the Didjeridu i