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By Chris Heim

Africa Sila And The Afrofunk Experience
Funkiest Man in Africa
Visila

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Africa Various Artists
Africa: From Dakar To Johannesburg
PlayaSound

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Jazz Hot Club Of Detroit
Hot Club Of Detroit
Mack Avenue

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North American Randy Wood
My Heart And Soul
Canyon

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Asia & Far East A Moving Sound
Songs Beyond Words
A Moving Sound

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Europe Lav Eli
Notes From Vanadzor–Urban Armenian Rock
Pomegranate

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Africa Lura
M’bem Di Fora
Lusafrica

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World Fusion Source
Tonight’s African Jazz Band
Completelly Nuts Records

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World Music Legends Mavis Staples
Few people embody the feminist adage “the personal is political” more than Mavis Staples.
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Jazz Richie Barshay
Homework
AYVA Music

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Greater Latin America Sergio & Odair Assad
Jardim Abandonado
Nonesuch

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Greater Latin America Jose Conde Y Ola Fresca
(R)evolucion
Mr. Bongo

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Greater Latin America Omara Portuondo
Duets
Malanga Music
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World Music Features 17 Hippies
There aren't 17 of them, there isn't a "hippie" in the bunch, and if there was a guide to becoming a successful band, they would probably break every single rule in it. Even so, 17 Hippies have become one of Germany's most popular and successful "roots" groups. Based in Berlin, the band has just released Heimlich, their first CD available in the U.S.
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World Fusion Rufus Cappadocia
Songs For Cello
Velour

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Africa Kanda Bongo Man
Soukous Time
Gallo

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