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Misty in Roots
Roots Controller is Misty’s first new album in 12 years and their debut on Real World. “We never really considered America before,” admits the group's Poko. “Our focus was always on taking the music back to Africa."
By Garth Cartwright

Gogol Bordello

New York City’s Gogol Bordello makes music an exciting proposition with its mix of Ukrainian, gypsy, punk and cabaret styles.


By Tad Hendrickson

Omar Sosa
The brilliant pianist, arranger and composer Omar Sosa was certain to have the orishas bred in his bones. “I don’t do nothing,” he confesses. “I listen to the message of the spirits ancestral and I put it on tape, and that’s all.”
By Carol Amoruso

Papa Noel
Papa Noel arrived on the international stage during a 12-year stint as the featured guitarist in the rumba pioneer Franco’s Kinshasa-based band, TPOK Jazz. Since then, he has recorded numerous solo albums.
By Robert Nolan

Les Yeux Noirs
Taking their name from an old Russian gypsy tune, Les Yeux Noirs  are finally finding global audiences, touring. An exquisitely textured, richly modern offering, this may not be their parents’ music, but it is certainly a step forward.
By Derek Beres

Traditional Hawaiian Steel Guitar
Somewhere on a moonlit Hawaiian beach, a group is gathered around a fire. Eventually, someone begins playing guitar in the old style, sliding a steel bar along the raised strings of an acoustic guitar.
By Rob Silk

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