Boston Public Library World Music Audio Collection – New CDs Ordered (12/19/08)

December 29, 2008 at 1:11 am Leave a comment

The cds in this order represent a variety of genres including Bollywood, Anime, Afrobeat, African Jazz/Pop, Indian Fusion, and Celtic New Age. Click on the links below to hear excerpts from them. As this is just a sampling of what we have to offer, come on in to the main library at Copley Square or any one of  our branches conveniently located throughout the city of Boston and “check out” more of our fabulous world music collection. For your additional convenience, you can reserve copies online via our library catalog and you will be notified when the item is in and ready to be picked-up.

1. Alagbon Close/Why Black Man Dey Suffer – Fela Kuti (Nigeria)

2. Be Thou My Vision: Celtic Hymns – David Arkenstone (Celtic)

3. Confluence II – Rahul Sharma and Richard Clayderman (India/France)

4. God Tussi Great Ho (Soundtrack) – Various artists (India)

5. In the 7th Moon… – Kasai Allstars (Congo)

6. Mali Koura – Issa Bagayogo (Mali)

7. Robotech- The Shadow Chronicles (Soundtrack) – Various artists (Japan)

8. Singh Is Kinng (Sountrack) – Various artists (India)

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Boston Public Library World Music Audio Collection – New CDs Ordered (12/5/08) Boston World Music Meetup Group

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