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Entries tagged with “World Music”

Film Review: They Will Have to Kill Us First

They Will Have to Kill Us FirstJohanna SchwartzTogether FilmsJohanna Schwartz’s wonderful documentary begins with a blast of hip-hop describing the Jihadi takeover of Mali in 2012.…

Music Review: Ancient Sufi Invocations & Forgotten Songs from Aleppo

Ancient Sufi Invocations & Forgotten Songs from AleppoNawaElectric Cowbell RecordsJust as Amazon rainforests, North Pole icebergs, and Ganges River dolphins have become en…

Music Review: Aquilonis

Aquilonis  Trio Mediaeval ECM RECORDSAquilonis is the sixth ECM New Series release from Trio Mediaeval, the dynamic group of three Scandinavian singers. Founding members …

Music Review: Continuum

ContinuumNik BärtschECMLooking for a deep sensory experience? Hang out inside Continuum, the new album from Nik Bärtsch and his Mobile ensemble. This is 21st-century Zen-Funk Ritua…

Music Review: Crosswinds

Crosswinds: World Flute ConversationsRajendra TeredesaiReal MusicCrosswinds is a truly beautiful flute-based album; calming, evocative, and inspiring. The emotionally intelligent f…

Music Review: Elwan

ElwanTinariwenANTIIn spite of the danceable grooves that Tinariwen has been known to deliver, a Tamashek-to-English translation of the lyrics on this celebrated Tuareg band’s eight…

Music Review: Land of Gold

Land of GoldAnoushka ShankarDeutsche GrammophonAs a daughter and former student of the late Ravi Shankar, sitarist Anoushka Shankar is in possession of jaw-dropping precision and a…

Music Review: Mbalimaou

MbalimaouBoubacar LUSAFRICA Boubacar TraorÉ was born in the city of Kayes in Mali in West Africa. It’s a country that traces its roots to the 12th-century Mandingo cultur…

Music Review: Né So

Né SoRokia TraoréNonesuchFrom the opening moments of this new album, the African rhythms and captivating voice of Rokia Traoré are powerful and alluring. On this, her sixth album, …

Music Review: Nomad Songs

Nomad SongsStephan MicusECM RecordsStephan Micus describes himself as a musical nomad; he periodically travels the world with open ears to discover indigenous instruments, along wi…

Music Review: Om Land

Om LandDavid Vito GregoliDharmapalaOm Land is the latest offering from award-winning composer David Vito Gregoli. The album is a loving meditation on the divine sound OM, with the …

Music Review: Return to Shiva Station

Return to Shiva Station: Kailash ConnectionJai UttalSounds TrueShiva Station is Jai Uttal’s well-known album from 1997 that was tagged “world music” when that label was expanding i…

Music Review: Shakti Sutra

Shakti SutraSheela BringiNew Earth RecordsWith Shakti Sutra Indian-American vocalist Sheela Bringi and longtime collaborator Clinton Patterson have created a sweet mantra…

Music Review: The Spirit of Healing

The Spirit of HealingShamanic Journey Musicby Sandra Ingerman & Byron MetcalfSounds TrueThere’s a lot to be said for music that’s grounded in rhythmic repetition and smooth, or…

Music Review: Winds of Samsara

Winds of SamsaraRicky Kej & Wouter Kellerman Revolution Studios/Kellerman MusicNonviolence and world peace are themes gently blowing through Winds of Samsara, the beautifu…

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