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World Music Features

Randy Weston
Randy Weston was born in Brooklyn. And it was there that the Afro-centric viewpoints of his parents and the wild ferment of jazz and black culture in general taught him to think broadly about music and its historical sweep.
By Larry Blumenfeld

Tanya Stephens
Tanya Stephens may be one of the most down-to-earth current artists to receive major play in the dancehalls. “Accept me as I am,” she says, “I’m just saying what the hell I feel.” This attitude was born from experience.
By Judson Kilpatrick

Os Mutantes
Os Mutantes, made up of Rita Lee Jones and brothers Arnaldo and Sérgio Baptista, rarely played outside Brazil before breaking up. Risking jail, kidnapping and torture, the band somehow managed to flourish as an audacious teen sensation and foment the rockin’ Tropicalia rebellion.
By Tad Hendrickson

Cheikh Lo
Raised in Burkina Faso, Lô was taken with music when he was still very young. At 10, when he picked up the traditional drums of his Senegalese ancestry, he’d already been exposed to the varied rhythms of the continent thanks to itinerant Africans who came to call at his family’s adopted home.
By Carol Amoruso

Asha Bhosle
Singer Asha Bhosle has been the soundtrack for millions of people’s lives for decades. With some 60 years behind her as one of the queens of Indian music, and with more than 20,000 documented songs in her recording catalog, she shows no signs of slowing down.
By Anastasia Tsioulcas

Maurice El Médioni
Maurice El Médioni developed his boogie-woogie style in the cafés of the Rue de la Revolution in 1940’s Oran, the northwestern Algerian port city. A prodigy, Maurice started playing piano at the age of nine. After just eight days, he was playing with both hands.
By Tom Jackson

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