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By TOM PRYOR

Reggae & Caribbean YELLOWMAN
Nobody Move Nobody Get Hurt
Greensleeves Reggae Classics

EEK-A-MOUSE
Mouseketeer
Greensleeves Reggae Classics

By Tom Pryor

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Europe VARIOUS ARTISTS
TRAVELLIN’ COMPANION 3: A MUSICAL JOURNEY TO GERMANY
WeltWunder

By TOM PRYOR

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Reggae & Caribbean GREGORY ISAACS
20th Century Masters: The Best Of Gregory Isaacs, The Millennium Collection
Hip-O/ Island/Universal

PETER TOSH
20th Century Masters: The Best Of Peter Tosh, The Millennium Collection

Hip-O/ JAD/Universal

By TOM PRYOR

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Greater Latin America PEREGOYO Y SU COMBO VACANA
El Rey Del Currulao
Otrabanda

By TOM PRYOR

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World Fusion THE BUDOS BAND
The Budos Band
Daptone

By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Charanga Cakewalk
Charanga Cakewalk is a smooth cocktail of Tex-Mex border music, exotica, dub and chilled-out dance music that reflects Michael Ramos’ Texan heritage.
By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Motion Trio
At a recent WOMEX conference in Essen, Germany, an incredible group of Polish accordionists called the Motion Trio completely rocked the place. They push their instruments to the limits, coaxing strange new sounds out of them.
By Tom Pryor

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Greater Latin America LOS DE ABAJO
Complete & LIVE (L.A./04)
Kufala

By TOM PRYOR

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World Music Features Vijay Iyer
Pianist Vijay Iyer has been exceeding expectations and winning critics over since his 1995 recording debut.
By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Ned Sublette
Ned Sublette never expected to be writing about the ancient Phoenicians when he set out to write a history of Cuban music. "But the more I dug, the deeper the roots got," he said. "At a certain point in my research, I just made a decision and said, ‘Yeah, I really am gonna go there.’"
By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Suzzana Owiyo
Suzzana Owiyo is a young, guitar-packing Luo singer-songwriter who’s showing the world that her people have more than one musical trick up their sleeve.
By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Ramatou Diakité
One of the great voices to emerge from the Wassoulou region of southern Mali is singer Ramatou Diakité, who first broke big in the late ’90s and is now setting her sights on the U.S.       
By Tom Pryor

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Europe LES YEUX NOIRS
Live
Harmonia Mundi/ World Village

By TOM PRYOR

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Africa VARIOUS ARTISTS
GHANA SOUNDZ
Soundways

By TOM PRYOR

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North American THE BUDOS BAND
The Budos Band
Daptone

By Tom Pryor

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North American SEAN PAUL
The Trinity
VP

By Tom Pryor

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World Music Features Joe Bataan
And one of the most distinctive and original Latin musicians that New York ever produced, Joe Bataan, has recently reemerged from semi-retirement to reclaim his title with his first album of new music in over a decade.
By Tom Pryor

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Travel Dia de las Muertas
Mexico’s “Day of the Dead” is a vibrant fusion of European Christianity and pre-Colombian ritual that’s become one of the most iconic festivals in all of the Americas.  The holiday is much more than just a South of the Border variant of Halloween.
By Tom Pryor

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World Music Legends Ray Barretto
Few musicians can boast a career as varied, lengthy and influential as Ray Barretto.
By Tom Pryor

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Film Maestro
Maestro, directed by Cuban-born/New York-raised director Josell Ramos, takes a look at the formative days of dance music culture in New York City, when it was still underground, and still largely a black, Latino and gay phenomenon.
By Tom Pryor

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