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Worlds of Music playlist for 10/22/2013

Artist Album Title Label New
William Onyeabor World Psychedelic Classics 5: Who Is William Onyeabor? Love Is Blind Luaka Bop No
Ellika Solo Rafael fRoots 46 Sanka/ Virrvals Southern Rag Ltd No
Ando Drom Gypsy Life On the Road Pundela North Pacific Music No
Kálmán Balogh Cimbalom Duó Trance-dance Folkeuropa No
Susu Bilibi Dziwo Nefa Nye Me Woe Cross Currents No
Staff Benda Bilili Bouger Le Monde! Sopeka Crammed Discs No
Gotan Project Tango 3.0 Tu Misterio XL Recordings No
Gotan Project Tango 3.0 Desilusión XL Recordings No
Azam Ali Portals of Grace Ben Pode Santa Maria Narada No
The Bohemian Swingers Whirling Dervish She Lives In The Jungle Self-Released No
Mari Boine Radiant Warmth Hair of Light, Solemn Eye PolyGram No
Pyx Lax Ta Dokaria Sto Grasidi Perimenoun Ta Paidia Tis Allis Meras to Prwi Minos EMI No
Imam Baildi The Imam Baildi Cookbook and Another Hasaposerviko Kukin Music / EMI Minos No
Syriana Al Samah Gharibb (eccodek remix) Real World Records No
Altaï Khangaï Ongod Ikh Mongol Full Rhizome / Buda Musique No
Natacha Atlas Diaspora Fun Does Not Exist MCA No
Las Rubias del Norte Panamericana Corazon, Corazon (Peru) Barbès Records No
L'Orchestre National De Mauritanie L'Orchestre National de Mauritanie Mauritanie Mon Pays, Que J'Aime Sahel Sounds No
Orchestra Baobab African Classics: Orchestra Baobab On verra Burcu & Something About Reptiles No
Burcu and Something About Reptiles Beyond Istanbul 2: Urban Sounds of Turkey Yüksek Yüksek Tepelere Doublemoon No

"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.