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Island Blues [Long Box]

    1. Bwana - Baco
    2. Al Djalilu - Nawal
    3. Mitodiha - Jean Emilien
    4. Mafe - Vaovy
    5. Malaso - Rgis Gizavo
    6. Mange Pou le Coeur - Alain Peters
    7. Sanm Ou - Danyel Waro
    8. Note de Mindelo - Titina
    9. Tchapeu di Padja - Simentera
    10. Al Vaiven de Mi Carreta - Conjunto Campesino Cuyaguateje
    11. Sazonando - Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Pieiro
    12. Bendishon Disfrasa - Oswin Chin Behilia
    13. Aline Vole - Kali
    14. Popoury - Erick Cosaque/Voltage 8
    15. Vie Gran'n - Ti-Coca
    16. Day Oh! - Lititz Mento Band
    1. Dhikiro Men's Choros
    2. Lost Two Tigers - Sambasunda
    3. Berekis - Sambasunda
    4. Anggok/Iyo-Iyo - Gendang Lima Sendalanen (Ensemble)
    5. Tangi Hoku Loto - Halamangaono Group
    6. Mouna Manu - Pynolasa Bamboo Band
    7. I Vai Ufaufa - Bimbo
    8. Kamara - Emma Terangi/Groupe Paumotu Mariterangi
    9. Lutu Sobu Na Yakavi - Fiji Phoenix Choir
    10. Tickling the Strings - King Benny Nawahi's Red Devils
    11. Petres Peto Tou Fengariou - Psarantonis
    12. I Proti Achtina - Loudovikos
    13. Malevisiotis - Manolis Margaritis
    14. Chjama / Paghjella - Donnisulana
    15. Anninnia - Coro Di Neoneli/Luigi Lai
    16. Paddy's Trip to Scotland, Dinky's the Shetland Fiddler - Altan
    17. Bright Lady, The - Declan Masterson
    18. O Hi Ri Lean - Catherine-Ann Macphee
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 21292

  • Credits

    Features music from Africa, The Caribbean, Indonesia, The Pacific Rim and Europe.
    As compilation themes go, this is a big one, taking music from islands around the globe -- there are certainly enough of them, with a very healthy variety of music to choose from, ample to fill the two discs that comprise this set. By staying away from any established names, they keep the focus very firmly on the music. And what music! From the very first track, the sublime "Bwana" by Baco from the Comoros, this is a journey. The Caribbean brings plenty of variety, including a version of "Day Oh!" in its original mento form that reclaims the song from Harry Belafonte. The most interesting and strange music comes on the second disc, however, like the Pynalosa Bamboo Band, whose bamboo drums sounds like deep rubber bands, or Benny Nawahi's vintage "Tickling the Strings," which jazzes up the Hawaiian guitar. Even Europe has its oddities, like the Mediterranean's Coro Di Neoneli with Luigi Lai, where a strange flute meets polyphonic singing. The delights are endless and the extensive liner notes give plenty of background. It might just take a little over two hours, but this is the trip of a lifetime. ~ Chris Nickson

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