Various ‎– Songlines: Great Moments In World Music + Top Of The World CD 50

Songlines ‎– STWCD26
2 × CD, Compilation, Promo, Enhanced


CD1-1 Salif Keita Sina (Soumbouya) 4:52
CD1-2 Taraf de Haïdouks Balada Conductorolui 4:20
CD1-3 Ali Farka Touré La Drogue 5:37
CD1-4 Yothu Yindi Salaam Afghanistan 3:40
CD1-5 Farhad Darya Tijaniyya 4:28
CD1-6 Youssou N'Dour Tijaniyya 5:48
CD1-7 Rodrigo Y Gabriela Diablo Rojo 4:57
CD1-8 Buena Vista Social CLub Dos Gardenias 3:06
CD1-9 Khaled N'ssi Nssi 5:16
CD1-10 Andy Palacio & The Garifuna Collective Watina 4:45
CD1-11 Franco & OK Jazz*, Mushtaq On Entre OK, On Sort KO 2:59
CD1-12 Dock* & Henry Reed (3) & Vera Hall Trouble So Hard 2:29
CD1-13 Fela Kuti Coffin For Head Of State 5:03
CD1-14 Kronos Quartet Mai Nozipo (Mother Nozipo) 6:55
CD1-15 Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Shahbaz Qallander 8:37
CD2-1 Orchestra Les Amazones De Guinee* Wamato 4:26
CD2-2 Show Of Hands The Falmouth Packet / Haul Away Joe 5:36
CD2-3 Ricardo Lemvo & Makina Loca Kasongo Boogaloo 4:56
CD2-4 Aly Keita Maloya 3:26
CD2-5 Company Segundo* La Negra Tomasa 3:58
CD2-6 Velha Guarda Da Portela Featuring Marisa Monte Volta Meu Amor 4:26
CD2-7 Taksim Trio Muhayyer Kurdi Saz Semaisi 3:42
CD2-8 Karine Polwart Mirk Mirk Is This Midnight Hour 3:56
CD2-9 Huong Thanh & Nguyên Lê Fragile Beauty 5:11
CD2-10 Bismillah Khan Raga Yaman (Excerpt) 6:36
CD2-11 Fruko Y Sus Tesos A La Memoria Del Muerto 4:28
CD2-12 Pete Rodriguez (2) Oh That's Nice 3:29
CD2-13 Grupo Fantasma Vida Guerra 3:42
CD2-14 La Sonora De L. Macedo* Humo 2:54
CD2-15 Mighty Sparrow No More Rocking 5:17

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Collector's 50the Issue Double CD
15 tracks from the future
Including Nusrat Fateh Al Khan's 1985 WOMAD debut
available for the first time on CD

Plus your regular Songlines Top Of The World CD
featuring the best new releases & tracks chosen by Mark Lamarr (CD2-11, 12, 13, 14, 15)



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July 6, 2015
Just bought this cd, and it's great. fantastic song selection - some I'm familiar with, some are quite new to me, giving me a good chance to explore some new artists. only thing to note is that one track is labeled incorrectly - track 12 on disc 2 is actually a song called Freak Off by Orchestra Harlow. it was fluke I caught this - the lyrics didn't match the title of the song, and I recognized the song from the opening of one of Mark Lamarr's episodes of God's Jukebox, so I listened to that opening, got the correct name and artist from there, and double checked it on youtube. I assume all the other tracks are correct lol! Speaking of Mark Lamarr, his playlist at the end of the 2nd cd is absolutely top notch.