4 edition of The Rough Guide to The Music of Africa CD found in the catalog.
December 1, 1999
by Rough Guides
Written in English
Rough Guide World Music CDs
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This Rough Guide contains a collection of joyful tracks that have been road-tested and hand-picked to entertain children the world over. Celebrate in the creative sounds of Congolese band Staff Benda Bilili, Malagasy maestro Lala Njava and Malian marvels Amadou & Mariam. 'this is one of the best samplers of African music you can get' fRoots. South African jazz is a pertinent reminder of the intrinsic link between music and the dismantling of oppression. This Rough Guide celebrates the legacy of many of the great players and showcases the wealth of burgeoning jazz talent emerging from the Rainbow Nation. Encompassing the marabi, kwela and jive styles of mid.
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COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The Rough Guide to World Music is a world music compilation album originally released in the United Kingdom in The first of the World Music Network Rough Guides World Music series, it was co-released with an eponymous reference book. The album features artists hailing from Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe. Artwork was designed by Impetus, and the compilation was produced by Phil .
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All of the artists featured on this unique Rough Guide present distinctive, original sounds emanating from Africa, selected exclusively from groups entering World Music Network's 'Battle of the Bands' competition. Check out Tani Diakite's brand of Afro-funk, Simo Lagwani's Moroccan gnawa grooves and Wayo's South Sudanese trance percussion/5(5).
The Rough Guide to African Music for Children CD is a great CD to explore African music with children. Good fun and would recommend to other adults or parents who wish to introduce different genres of music to children/5(11). The fourth CD-- The Rough Guide Collection --is a canny pointer to further guides elsewhere.
Senegal & Gambia may now be a known quantity--Cheikh Lo, Baaba Maal, Orchestra Baobab, and Youssou N'Dour, for instance--but the tracks are no less beguiling because of it (and N'Dour's comes from his pre- Peter Gabriel days).5/5(1). The Music of South Africa, a Rough Guide product, offers a nice array of talents from this talent-rich country.
This could be a good CD for those interetsed in exploring the styles and sounds of South Africa. If it further intrigues the listener, it can become a springboard for /5(13).
Label: World Music Network - RGNET CD,Music Rough Guides - RGNET CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: African, Raï4/5(1). Label: World Music Network - RGNET CD • Series: Music Rough Guides - RGNET CD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Latin, Folk, World, & Country • Style: African.
The always reliable Rough Guide turns in another gem with The Rough Guide to the Best African Music You've Never the label has offered up a number of more specific African compilations in the past, this one, while generalized, has the advantage being a sort of homegrown set with all of the featured artists having been applicants in parent company World Music Network's Battle.
rows Founded inthe Music Rough Guide sublabel is produced by World Music Network. rows This is a Book Publishing company working in concert with World Music Network, they. This is a list of World Music Network's "Rough Guide" of the titles in the series begin with the phrase "The Rough Guide to" or "The Rough Guide to the Music of", and so these phrases are not shown in the titles listed below; those lacking such phrases (typically benefit or compilation albums) are still designated as part of the series by their catalogue number prefix, "RGNET".
The Rough Guide to the Music of Africa delivers everything the title suggests, offering a fine introduction to artists like Youssou N'Dour, Lucky Dube, Miriam Makeba, Cheikh Lo, Busi Mhlongo, and Mahmoud Ahmed, as well as to the continent's diverse styles, which incorporate acoustic guitars, soulful vocals, and powerful percussion.
Twenty-five years ago, World Music Network released its first compilation, the inaugural Rough Guide To World Music. A quarter of a century, and Rough Guides later, World Music Network founder, Creative Director and Head Selector Phil Stanton has thumbed through the archives to put together this special anniversary edition.
The first two editions of the Rough Guide to World Music have long been essential reference books for music lovers, and it still holds true with the third edition.
Expanded and revised, this is the first volume in a three-volume set, this time around focusing on the music of Africa and the Middle East/5(17). This Rough Guide illuminates the fullest-fattest cream of West African music that has passed through the doors of Riverboat Records HQ over the last twenty-five years.
Stretching some eighteen countries from Mauritania in the North to Congo in the South, West Africa is a place of many music's.
It is common knowledge that the origin of the blues lies in West Africa, and that it was carried to America by slaves. The Rough Guide to African Blues explores the blues in its native setting, as it were, in mostly acoustic settings, although the vintage sounds of Ayaléw Mèsfin & Black Lion Band from Ethiopia add a big-band touch (whether they really qualify as blues is perhaps debatable).
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The Rough Guide to the Music of South Africa gives us an awareness of how fascinating the Zulu culture and music traditions are. Ladysmith Black Mambazo led by Joseph Shabala featured on this album, received international success and gives us a glimpse of how abundant this nation is - it is one of my favourite songs!/5(10).
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The Rough Guides--the CDs and the books--offer spectacular resources for anyone interested in international music. This is the first volume in a projected 3-volume set that will replace the current two-volume s: Product description.
This Rough Guide illuminates the fullest-fattest cream of West African music that has passed through the doors of Riverboat Records HQ over the last twenty-five years/5(2).
Get this from a library! The Rough guide to the music of Africa. [Phil Stanton; Cheikh Lô; Busi Mhlongo; Mose Se Sengo.; Oliver Mtukudzi; Toumani Diabaté; Ballake Sissoko; Hamid Baroudi; Ali Hassan Kuban; Mahmoud Ahmed; Youssou N'Dour; Miriam Makeba; Spokes Mashiyane; Eric Agyeman; Bana; Lucky Dube; Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Moçambique.
The Rough Guide To African Music For Children features some of the best-known artists from across the continent, with tracks chosen by children, for children. World Music Network, with the help of the music charity Music For Change, spoke to more than a thousand children who selected their favourite African music : Rough Guides.The Rough Guide to the Music of West Africa | Read Reviews.
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