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OK is the debut studio album by English record producer Talvin Singh, released on Island Records in 1998. It won him the Mercury Prize for 1999. It peaked at number 41 on the UK Albums Chart. It was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
The Meeting Pool
Much More Than Much Love
Beat the Border
Beat the Border is the second studio album from Ugandan artist Geoffrey Oryema. It was released in 1993 through the Real World label.
Notable collaborators to Oryema on this album include Jean-Pierre Alarcen, Brian Eno, Manu Katché and Ayub Ogada.
The album evokes the spirit and culture of Africa for those who live in first world countries.
A Ma Zone
Black Ivory Soul
Badmarsh & Shri
The Journey (Real World Gold)
Bar de Lune Presents Arabic Beats
World Music Cafe Volume 2
Oasis Lounge - By DJ Markarian
Globe Trekker: Earth Journeys volume 2
Weaving My Ancestors' Voices (Real World Gold)
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Bombay Dub Orchestra
Bombay Dub Orchestra
Vertigo is the second studio album by the British electronica duo Groove Armada, released in 1999 on the Jive Electro record label. It contains the well-known singles "At the River" and "I See You Baby".
A Simple Life
Bar de Lune Presents Asian Lounge
Parts Of The Process (US Standard Version)
Parts of the Process is a greatest hits album by the British electronica band Morcheeba released in 2003 by China Records in the UK, and Reprise Records in North America. The album reached #6 on the UK album chart.
The album includes all of the single releases by the band, with the exception of "Shoulder Holster". It also contains the non-single tracks "Over And Over" and "What New York Couples Fight About", as well as the previously unreleased songs "What's Your Name" and "Can't Stand It".
"What's Your Name", which features a rap verse by Big Daddy Kane, was released as a single to accompany the album, supported by a video.
Tracks on the album were remastered to make them sound louder than their originals.
Around the time of the release, Morcheeba also released the DVD Morcheeba: From Brixton To Beijing, which contained performances of a large catalogue of Morcheeba's songs.
Boheme is the second album of the French duo Deep Forest, released in 35 countries. It mainly sampled Eastern European gypsy songs with electronic music. Hit singles included "Marta's Song" and "Freedom Cry". The album became the duo's most successful one, selling over 4 million copies, receiving Diamond, Platinum and Gold awards in 15 countries and winning the Grammy Award for Best World Music Album.
The song "Freedom Cry" caused controversy when it was revealed that the singer, Károly Rostás, never received any monetary compensation from the song, and neither did his family after he died in 1986. His singing, archived by Claude Flagel, was sampled by Deep Forest. Flagel allegedly paid Huttyán 1500 forints for the recording. The case was later documented in a movie entitled Huttyán, released in 1996.
The Gypsy relatives did succeed to some extent to get money from Deep Forest.
A Different Space
A Different Space is, well, a different kind of e-music from Bob Holroyd. He uses tribal and ethnic influences to augment his electronic atmospheres and drones. The rhythms are strong and overt but not frenetic. They are consistent. The music sways gently with the rhythm. This is a good disc and a pleasant listening experience.
Black Star Liner
Nothing Is Real (Deluxe Edition)
Radar, Francis Peyrat & Christophe Goze
African Central, Vol. 40
Breath Of A Man
Songs From The Tin
Bar de Lune Presents Dinner Party Destinations: A Taste of Thailand
Remix.ed - 2001: A Worldbeat Odyssey
Let the Spirit Out
Baka Beyond & Baka Gbiné
More Africa in Us
Intro Guide: Acoustic
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