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Samite
Ugandan singer/poet/multi-instrumentalist Samite, having already survived political exile and the untimely passing of his beloved wife, has now dedicated himself to a secular healing mission in Africa, combating AIDS with unflinching frankness, sensitivity and hope. This gifted and unselfish man is an inspiring role model whose music, with its warmth, tenderness and passion, is capable of raising the most profoundly wounded spirits.
By Christina Roden

The Corrs
The Irish family affair known as the Corrs is an album-selling phenomenon all around the world, except in the U.S. Their newest album, Home (Rhino), is mostly a homage to Irish traditional music, albeit with more than a hint of the Corrs’ familiar contemporary pop style. Will this album be the one that breaks the Corrs in the U.S.? And why have the siblings waited so long to make a recording that pays tribute to their roots?
By j. poet

Sergio Mendes
Sergio Mendes was only 19 when he recorded his first album, contributing to the 1960's bossa nova craze. He recently collaborated with a member of the Black-Eyed Peas remaking classic Brazillian songs, almost five decades later.
By Paul Sullivan

Rosa Passos
Rosa Passos began performing in the late ’60s, but was overlooked for her straightforward approach to bossa nova, eschewing the rock bombast and glossy production values popular at the time. As someone who adheres to the tradition, she is undaunted by the bossa nova’s rich history.
By Tad Hendrickson

Los de Abajos
The members of the celebrated ska/punk/everything else band Los de Abajo may hail from the streets of Mexico City, but their sound is so wild and all-encompassing, they could be from anywhere.
By Robert Kaye

Auktyon
Auktyon, echoing the short-lived No Wave movement as part of Leningrad’s underground scene, has been making music together for over 25 years. The band’s lyrics are often more Dada than deep, choosing words for sound or resonance more than literal meaning.
By Marty Lipp

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