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Radici
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Romano, Roberto <musicista>

Radici / Roberto Romano

[S.l.] : Cascinara, 2012

Abstract: Il CD è entrato a far parte del Progetto di documentazione musicale del territorio del CSBNO

Ifetayo
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Black Truth Rhythm Band <gruppo musicale>

Ifetayo / Black Truth Rhythm Band ‎

[S.l.] : Soundway, 2011

Mistico   Mediterraneo
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Fresu, Paolo - Di Bonaventura, Daniele - Filetta Corsican Voices <gruppo musicale>

Mistico Mediterraneo / Paolo Fresu ; A Filetta ; Daniele di Bonaventura

Munchen : ECM, 2011

Coin Coin chapter one: gens de couleur libres
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Roberts, Matana

Coin Coin chapter one: gens de couleur libres / Matana Roberts

[S.l.] : Constellation, 2011

Where it hurts
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Morris, Sarah Jane

Where it hurts / Sarah Jane Morris

[S.l.] : Fallen Angel, 2009

Day by day
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Kuti, Femi

Day by day / Femi Kuti

[S.l.] : Label maison, p2008

Abstract: Day by Day is an album by Nigerian musician Femi Kuti released in mid-October 2008

The definitive collection
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Kuti, Femi

The definitive collection / Femi Kuti

[S.l.] : Wrasse, 2007

Abstract: Femi Kuti has the unenviable position of being an excellent musician and the undisputed king of Afro-beat, while also being the son of the greatest. Of course, that has tempered his sound over the years to some degree as he distanced himself by adding newer influences such as hip-hop to the classic soul-funk-jazz sound. As time progressed, he has moved into a more "traditional" Afro-beat sound with excellent results. Here, some of the best tracks from his three albums are presented. Two tracks come from the little-known eponymous debut, and a handful from each of his following releases. This is Femi at his best, crossing the divides between classic and modern, contemplative and energetic, hypnotic and pounding. The music is top-notch and the song selection equally excellent, picking out a couple of relative rarities for good measure in "Ala Jalkoum" with Rachid Taha and a star-studded cover of Fela's "Water No Get Enemy" from the Red Hot + series. It's the sheer power of the groove that will get you every time, though -- saxes wailing, drums thumping, and call-and-response vocals forcing everyone to stay in the groove. As an added bonus, a disc of remixes is included; there are fewer vocals but the grooves are extended, if that's possible. ~ Adam Greenberg

Red   earth
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BRIDGEWATER, Dee Dee

Red earth : a Malian journey / Dee Dee Bridgewater

[S.l.] : DDB Records, 2007

Neverland fusion
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Levent, Yildirim

Neverland fusion / Yildirim Levent

[S.l.] : Le chant du monde, 2007

Moa Anbessa
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Mekuria, Getatchew - The Ex <gruppo musicale>

Moa Anbessa / Getatchew Mekuria, The Ex & Guests

Amsterdam : Terp, [2006]

Descarga   oriental
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El Medioni, Maurice - Rodriguez, Robert

Descarga oriental : the New York sessions / Maurice El Medioni ; meets Roberto Rodriguez

Berlin : Piranha, [2006]

Lamp fall
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Lô, Cheikh

Lamp fall / Cheikh Lo

[S.l.] : A world circuit production, 2005

The Sharon Shannon collection 1990-2005
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Shannon, Sharon

The Sharon Shannon collection 1990-2005

[S.l.] . Universal, 2005

Abstract: The Sharon Shannon Collection 1990 - 2005’ is a double album featuring the highlights of Sharon Shannon’s career spanning over a decade. The tracks featured on this album are selected from her catalogue and brilliantly encapsulate the scope of Sharon’s musical influences. These range from traditional Irish to dance, reggae, Cajun, classical and French-Canadian. These influences are reflected in the eclectic mix of musicians that Sharon has collaborated with over the past 15 years and include the likes of Donal Lunny, Cape Breton fiddler Natalie MacMaster, Sinead O’Connor, dub master Denis Bovell, Carlos Nunez and violin virtuoso Nigel Kennedy to name but a few. While vocalists are mainly featured on disc 2, disc 1 is devoted to instrumentals and compositions that best echo Sharon’s unique accordion playing including classics such as Blackbird and Cavan Pothole

Homeless
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Moreira, Airto

Homeless / Airto

[S.l.] : Melt 2000, c2000

Bambay Gueej
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Lô, Cheikh

Bambay Gueej / Cheikh N'Digël Lô

[S.l.] : World Circuit, 1999

Né La Thiass
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Lô, Cheikh

Né La Thiass / Cheikh Lo

[S.l.] : Sensible, 1996

Abstract: This strong debut from Senegalese singer Cheikh Lô is a healthy hybrid of African and Cuban rhythms. Lô's high, reedy vocals are immediately evocative of countryman Youssou N'Dour -- no surprise since N'Dour helms as producer. But the acoustic aesthetic here is warmer than N'Dour's usual high-gloss pop. If you're looking for an album to turn winter to spring, darkness to light, this disc is a safe bet. ~ Tim Sheridan

A handful of beauty
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Shakti <gruppo musicale>

A handful of beauty / Shakti with John McLoughlin

[S.l.] : Columbia, [199?]