Tag Archives: World Music

Anoushka Shankar ~ Love Letters

  If you’re a fan of Ravi Shankar, you will probably like this even more. There is Sitar playing, of course, but, there is also singing. I remember listening to Ravi Shankar on the album “The Concert For Bangla Desh. … Continue reading

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Sultans Of String ~ Refuge

  This band makes classical instruments sound so excellent, half the time, you forget that it is all a bunch of string instruments. The players on this album really know their instruments. Out of the 13 songs, there is only … Continue reading

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Artists For Peace And Justice

  This album really exceeded my expectations! Even with some of the songs, in different languages, I happily grooved without knowing what they were singing about. The person who mixed this album, did it so perfectly, that I thought that … Continue reading

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Peter Banks with David Cross ~ Crossover

  This was an album that originally started back in 2010. Unfortunately guitarist Peter Banks died in 2013. David Cross felt unable to continue with this project. 10 years later, we finally see the album take place with guest stars. … Continue reading

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Aisles ~ Live From Estudio Del Sur EP

  This band is HOT! REALLY HOT! Their past albums were great. This EP which shows the new concept of the band playing previous songs from their history. Included are “Clouds Motion”, which is their first song that they recorded, … Continue reading

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Flav Martin & Jerry Marotta ~ Soul Redemption

  These 2 fine musicians got together to make 1 fantastic album. Flav Martin, who has worked with David Crosby, Al Stewart & Suzanne Vega, just to name a few, makes such beautiful sounds with his instrument, you may forget … Continue reading

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Mashkoor Ali Khan ~ Transcendence

  This world music album, musically reminds me of Ravi Shankar. however, this music, unlike Ravi, has vocals. The music does sound very similar, but, as I kept listening, the vocals kept throwing me off. The vocals were not bad, … Continue reading

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