Global Tunes From the Crypt (#1161)

I’ve been doing some spring cleaning, and have uncovered some great, underappreciated world music gems. I’ve dusted them off and organized them into a playlist that will delight and surprise you.

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Hour 1
Khiyo – Doyal Tomaro Lagiya – Khiyo
Najma – Neend Koyi – Qareeb
Ali Akbar Khan – India Blue (Dhani) – Garden of Dreams
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan – Star Crossed – Ecstasy
Ojoyo – Station Road Strut – Ojoyo Plays Safrojazz
Papa Wemba – Mama – Mwana Molokai – The First Twenty Years
Boubacar Traoré – Duna ma yelema – Maciré (Kar Kar)
Soweto Percussion Ensemble – Abakithi – Tales of the Drum
Aco Bocina – East West (feat. Fanfare Ciocarlia) – Aco Bocina
Tomas Gubitsch & Plovdivs Childrens Choir – Toma Que Toma – Songs of Innocence
Ofra Haza – Shnayim Sinim – לילדים = Songs For Children
Caetano Veloso – Um Canto de Afoxé Para o Bloco Do Ilê (Ilê Ayê) – Brazil Classics 1 (Beleza Tropical)
Setsubun Bean Unit – Tsugaru Jinku – Setsubun Bean Unit

Hour 2
Sidiki Camara Band – Yankadi – Tolerance
Jimi Mbaye – Buma Fiire – Yaye Digalma
The Justin Vali Trio – Relahy – The Truth (Ny Marina)
Tebogo – Emzini – Kwela Tebza
Terje Isungset – Mountain – Two Moons
Väsen – Ekorrn (Squirrel) – Gront
Urban Turban – I Can’t Complain/Klagodans – Overtime
Tékaméli – Mi Lucha – Religious Gypsy Songs
Mercan Dede & Özgür Sakar a.k.a. Misda Oz – Ab-i Beka – Doublemoon Remixed
Ketama, Toumani Diabaté & José Soto – Sute Monebo – Planet Soup: Disc 3 – Mulligatawny
Fallen Heroes (with Solomon Skuza) – Patimile – Jit Soundtrack
Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe – Merenge Sposa – Kedu America
Vilagok Hangia – Tamil Folk II – Xenomusic: Music From Central And Eastern Europe

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