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The Rough Guide to the Music of Japan is a world music compilation album originally released in 1999. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album presents an eclectic mix of the music of Japan ranging from traditional Japanese music (including Ryukyuan and Ainu music) to J-pop by artists of the 1990s. Liner notes were written by Paul Fisher, a journalist and broadcaster specializing in Japanese music and founder of Far Side Music.
The Rough Guide to Australian Aboriginal Music is a compilation album originally released in 1999. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album features the Indigenous Australian music of the 1980s and 90s, including both traditional and modern genres, such as Aboriginal rock. Duncan Baker coordinated the project, while Marcus Breen, a professor specializing in Australian music at Bond University, Queensland, wrote the liner notes.
An album that is paradoxically almost redundant and almost perfect. The Rough Guide to the Music of Mali. If you've got more than a passing interest in Malian music - if you own a copy of Segu Blue, if you never expect to see another Kandia Kouyate album but secretly hope that you will, if you know why Boubacar Traore sounds sad, if you reacted to the news of Dimanche A Bamako with, "Hey, Amadou and Mariam!" rather than, "Hey, Manu
This album explores the Afro-Cuban roots of salsa and features the best rumba, guaguanco, son, jazz and more from this incredibly rich musical island. Also included it a bonus CD by Sierra Maesta, their album 'Son: Soul of a Nation'.
Given the diversity and relative success of Moroccan music in recent years, it's something of a surprise that it took the folks at Rough Guide this long to put together a compilation. That said, this one was probably worth the wait. The single-disc compilation makes a run through the majority of the major forms of Moroccan music in vogue currently, with some omissions and some extra attention here and there as needed. It opens up with a contemporary version of the classic Gnawa forms that will play a prominent role in the album (as they do in Moroccan music in general).
This Rough Guide's kaleidoscopic musical tour of Argentina begins, appropriately enough, with the husky voice of Adriana Varela-the undisputed queen of contemporary tango. The tango pioneers of the past are also celebrated throughout the disc, from legendary crooner Carlos Gardel ("Tortazos") and bandoneon wizard Anibal Troilo ("El Motivo") to the genre's melancholy innovator Astor Piazzolla (a tense, slightly neurotic live version of "Verano Porteno").
The nice thing about the Rough Guide releases is the incredible breadth that they attempt to shove into their albums. This album, focusing on Cuban music, is no exception. Campesina countryside styles are represented by people such as Celina Gonzalez. Read full description. Various Artists - Rough Guide to the Music of Cuba (1999). Brand new: lowest price.
Rough Guide gives you the lowdown on what you need to know about the music of Native America – covering more genres than you might expect and with a bonus disc to boot!ÃÂ. To start off with, I like the Rough Guide’s brand. I have a shelf filled with Rough Guide books and they’ve not let me down. So, that’s a good start. Basically, this is a collection of music by Native American/Canadian artists. There are some good sounds here, some interesting artists and a few surprises. One pleasant surprise was the inclusion of Errol C-Weed Â Ranville, a veteran of the Canadian country music scene who. So, I feel this album drops the ball when it comes to this. Instead, they seemed to have focused mostly on an older generation of artists and a world music appreciating audience. When all is said and done, this is a good collection of music.
Occasionally, a Rough Guide compilation hits the bull's-eye and this is a case in point. The best in film, music, TV & radio straight to your inbox. Independent culture newsletter.
|1||–Andy Palacio||Naguara (Belize)|
|2||–Guillermo Anderson||Luna Llena (Honduras)|
|3||–Jursino Cayetano||Balandria (Guatemala)|
|4||–Guadalupe Urbina||Agosto Azul (Costa Rica)|
|5||–Andy Palacio||Lamiselu (Belize)|
|6||–Philip Montalvan||Bilwi Luhpia Mairen (Nicaragua)|
|7||–Lugua||Lugua Hama Lurudu (Honduras)|
|8||–Guillermo Anderson||Por Esa Negra (Honduras)|
|9||–Romulo Castro Y El Grupo Tuira||Retorno (Panama)|
|10||–Carlos Mejía Godoy||El Salvador (Nicaragua)|
|11||–Mr. Peters And His Boom & Chime||Bihine Mi Bak Dehn Taak (Belize)|
|12||–New Revelation||Fire (Costa Rica)|
|13||–Lincoln Lewis||Wabouga (Belize)|
|14||–Romulo Castro Y El Grupo Tuira||La Herencia Del Pela'o (Panama)|
|15||–Afro Caribe||El Negrito (Costa Rica)|
|16||–Titiman Flores||Alaporio (Belize)|
|17||–Carlos Mejía Godoy||Nicaragua Nicaraguita (Nicaragua)|
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Genre: Latin / Pop / World, Country
Title: Lluvia Con Sol
Title: Amando En Tiempo De Guerra
Genre: Latin / World, Country
Title: Linda Costa Rica
Title: What's The Time In Nicaragua
Title: La Concentracion
Genre: World, Country
Title: The Vanishing Indians: Maya & Kekchi Of Belize And Guatemala
Genre: Latin / Classical
Title: La Música De Nuestra Nación: Cantautores
Genre: Military, Brass
Title: Himnos Nacionales (National Anthems)
Genre: Latin / World, Country
Title: En La Calle De Enmedio
Country: Costa Rica
Genre: World, Country
Title: The Black Caribs Of Belize
Genre: Latin / Pop
Title: El Arriero