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Worlds of Music playlist for 02/24/2014

Artist Album Title Label New
Alsarah and the Nubatones Silt Habibi Taal Wonderwheel Yes
Hassan Hakmoun Unity Zidokan [Just Go] Real World Yes
Speed Caravan Kalashnik Love Idemo Dalje Real World No
JuJu / Justin Adams and Juldeh Camara In Trance Djanfa Moja Real World No
Fanfara Tirana meets Transglobal Underground Kabatronics Mehndi World Village No
Daboa From the Gekko Canto del Pilón Triple Earth No
Kronos Quartet Nuevo Café Tacuba / 12-12 (2000) Nonesuch No
Khaled N'ssi N'ssi Abdel Kader Barclay / Mango-Island No
Brothers of the Baladi Heart of the Beast Cut Diamonds Self-released No
George Dalaras The Very Best of George Dalaras The Ballad of Feelings and Delusions Ark21-Mondo Melodia No
Khadja Nin Ya... Mama Ark21-Mondo Melodia No
Theodosii Spassov Bratimene Paleontologomania Gega New No
Enzo Avitabile Le Più Belle Canzoni SOS Brothers Bootleg No
The Soul Rebels Unlock Your Mind Night People Rounder No
Jaro Milko & The Cubalkanics Cigarros Explosivos! Cumbia No. 5 Asphalt Tango Yes
Juana Molina Wed 21 Bicho Auto Crammed Discs No
Fatoumata Diawara The Rough Guide To Mali, 2nd ed Makoun Oumou World Music Network Yes
BraAgas Yallah! Karanfilce Devojce Indies Scope Yes
Karim Baggili Kali City Toummaï Homerecords.be Yes
Calaita Flamenco Son Calaita Flamenco Son Que Lejos Está Japón Riverboat Yes

"Worlds of Music" presents the traditional and contemporary sounds that could be found anywhere in the world. On the program one may hear anything from anonymously recorded chants or work songs of an isolated or bygone culture on to trip-hop or club sounds by urban expatriates where cultural boundaries are fuzzy.