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Old 09-06-2022, 03:57 AM   #1111 (permalink)
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Vilayat Khan - Punjabi Dhun (India)



Noori & His Dorpa Band — Saagama (Sudan)


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Noori & His Dorpa Band


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As a young musician growing up in Port Sudan in the early 1990s,
Noori Jaber fortuitously stumbled across the neck of a well-preserved guitar
near a junkyard.

After being gifted a tambour – a four-stringed lyre also known as the krar
– by his father, the 18-year-old Noori forged it with the salvaged guitar
using his own welding and tuning technique to craft an electrified tambo-guitar.
Beja Power!: Music as resistance on Sudan’s Red Sea coast.


Vieux Farka Touré

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Vieux spent two years making 'Les Racines' but the album
had been gestating in his mind even longer.
Recorded in Bamako in Vieux's home studio, the timeless grooves of the album
are steeped in the traditional music of West Africa.
But the fire of Vieux's guitar playing and the urgency of the messages in his songs add an entirely contemporary relevance.

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Vieux Farka Touré - La Racines (Mali)



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Old 09-20-2022, 07:18 AM   #1114 (permalink)
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Akalé Wubé - Jawa Jawa (France)



Macha Y El Bloque Depresivo - Echame A Mi La Culpa (Chile)



Naragonia - Lilac / Dave The Watchman (Belgium)

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Old 09-23-2022, 08:21 AM   #1115 (permalink)
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Beautiful country version of Cole Porter's immortal work!
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Old 09-25-2022, 12:03 AM   #1116 (permalink)
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Not sure if I posted this before or not here (maybe I'll post a couple links who knows)









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In 1999, the jazz pianist Hans Lüdemann from Cologne met the balafon player Aly Keita from the Ivory Coast during a trip to West Africa. Since they hit it off musically right away, they founded Trio Ivoire that has been exploring the connections between jazz and West African music ever since.
Trio Ivoire - Maloya (Ivory Coast/Germany)

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Roopa Panesar remains firmly within the Hindustani classical idiom, but brings a distinctive style to sitar performance. Born in Leicester, she is considered one of the finest sitar players to emerge on the Indian classical music scene from the UK.
She is a disciple of the renowned educationist and leading musician of the UK, Ustad Dharambir Singh ji MBE (a disciple of the late Ustad Vilayat Khan).
Roopa Panesar//Dalbir S. Rattan - Raag Bhairavi (GB)
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Bayātī (Arabic بياتي), also known as Bayat and Uşşâk (Ushaq), is the name of a maqam (musical mode) in Arabic, Turkish, and related systems of music. ....... The maqam is immensely popular in the Arab world, particularly in the Levant. In secular settings, it is favored in dabke and pop music.
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Old 10-11-2022, 08:30 AM   #1119 (permalink)
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Akalé Wubé - Jawa Jawa (France)
Yep, I've been enjoying this album for some time now.

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^ "Mama's still cooking too much for supper." Are The Chicks and Dixie Chicks one and the same, I wonder?

Here's an amazing standout track from the album Bes by Dwarfs Of East Agouza. They are both in and not in the tradition of Egyptian music:-

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Old 10-11-2022, 12:39 PM   #1120 (permalink)
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^I love that album!

the Chicks are indeed the former Dixie Chicks btw
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