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By TOM TERRELL

Greater Latin America MONGO SANTAMARIA
Montreux Heat!
Pablo

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Jazz JACO PASTORIUS
Punk Jazz: The Jaco Pastorius Anthology
Rhino

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South Asia ANOUSHKA SHANKAR
Rise
Angel

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World Music Features Les Nubians
This September, the Faussarts dropped their third full-length recording with a group that always finds ways to confound expectations: Les Nubians Presents: Echos: Chapter One Nubian Voyager.
By Tom Terrell

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World Music Features Femi Kuti
Global pop music’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams is littered with the bodies of the wannabe progeny of famously great musicians. Femi Anikulapo Kuti will never go out like that.
By Tom Terrell

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Reggae & Caribbean Jimmy Cliff
Black Magic
Artemis

By Tom Terrell

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North American Chief Xcel/Fela Kuti
The Underground Spiritual Game
Quannum QP 048

By Tom Terrell

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Travel Anguilla

Whenever I fly Caribbean way, I most often choose to land on the under-the-radar islands. Grenada’s like that. So are Montserrat, St. John and Tobago. But Anguilla is my new favorite off-the-beaten-path getaway.


By Tom Terrell

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African Legends Salif Keita
Salif Keita is one of the most recognized voices in Afropop music. No doubt the “African Caruso” would add, “But I am the greatest,” and few would deign to disagree.
By Tom Terrell

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World Music Features Kermit Ruffins
People outside New Orleans say trumpeter Kermit Ruffins is Louis Armstrong reincarnated, straight up. That Cheshire Cat grin, that rolling, wide-legged gait, that raspy, warmly infectious, from-the-heart-and-belly laugh.
By Tom Terrell

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World Music Features Daara J
In 2003, a singing/rapping trio called Daara J released one of the most exciting hip-hop albums on the planet. Boomerang’s 13 tracks deal with racial pride, community solidarity, fighting oppression, morality, love and respect (for fam, women and self).
By Tom Terrell

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World Music Features Dino Saluzzi
Before virtuoso Argentine musician-composer Astor Piazzolla came along in the mid-’50s, the bandoneon was primarily known as a sailor’s “toy” accordion. Twelve years after his death, there’s but one cat with instrumental and compositional chops audaciously iconoclastic enough to walk in El Maestro’s boots: Dino Saluzzi.

By Tom Terrell

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African Legends Fela Kuti
Fela was born Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti in Abeokuta, Nigeria, on October 15, 1938. He died as Fela Anikulapo Kuti on August 2, 1997 in Lagos of "many complications arising from Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome.”
By Tom Terrell

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