Various - The Rough Guide To The Music Of Vietnam FLAC album
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The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco is a world music compilation album originally released in 2012. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release contains two discs: an overview of the music of Morocco-featuring such genres as Chaabi and Malhun-is found on Disc One, while Disc Two features the modern rural-urban fusion band Groupe Mazagan. The compilation was curated by Andy Morgan, former manager of Tinariwen and organizer of the Festival in the Desert.
The Rough Guide To The Music Of Vietnam (CD, Comp, Enh). World Music Network, Music Rough Guides.
The Rough Guide to the Music of Japan (1999 album). The Rough Guide to the Music of Japan is a world music compilation album originally released in 1999. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album presents an eclectic mix of the music of Japan ranging from traditional Japanese music (including Ryukyuan and Ainu music) to J-pop by artists of the 1990s.
This compilation focuses on the music of four countries - Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, and Morocco. The focus is mainly on contemporary popular forms, but tosses in a bit of roots here and there. Rai is featured heavily throughout the album in its various incarnations from Cheb Mami to Cheb Khaled. Nubian music is also featured in multiple incarnations, from the brassy but relatively traditional work of Ali Hassan Kuban to the newer fusion-influenced Salamat.
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Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album spotlights the music of Cuba, with such genres as danzón, Cuban jazz, and son. Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, produced the album. The Rough Guide to the Music of Cuba. Compilation album by. Various artists. Full series chronology. The Rough Guide to the Music of Brazil (1998). The Rough Guide to the Music of Cuba (1998). Unwired: Acoustic Music from Around the World (1999).
The apocalyptic image of Vietnam in the movies is a far cry from the reality of later-day Vietnam – a dynamic country with an ancient and vibrant culture combining Eastern, and in recent years, Western influences.
Occasionally, a Rough Guide compilation hits the bull's-eye and this is a case in point. The best in film, music, TV & radio straight to your inbox. Independent culture newsletter.
Think of a Rough Guide to the United States that included blues, Gershwin, a contemporary country singer, one Cajun track, and nothing from any pop star, no rock music of any kind. You might enjoy it, and it would give you an idea of the nation's variety, but you'd be missing out on a large part of the people's everyday musical life. Perhaps this album needs a companion piece.
World Music Network/ Riverboat Records are to be applauded for their continued championing of world music, and this excellent 25th Anniversary release should appeal to a wide spectrum of listeners. Some quarter of a century ago, back in 1994, World Music Network released The Rough Guide to World Music in the UK, its first world music compilation. The antecedent to World Music Network was Riverboat Records, founded in 1989 by Stanton and still going strong; it is from their catalogue that all tracks on this release have been culled.
|1||–Huong Thanh||Crossing The Valley||5:15|
|2||–Than Quy||Ngoi Tua Song Dào (Sitting By The Peach Mullioned River)||5:50|
|3||–Cam Ly*||Em Gái Quê||5:33|
|4||–Blue Asia||Blue Requiem||3:46|
|5||–Thu Hien*||Câ Doi Câu Cho||5:45|
|6||–Kim Sinh||Li Giao Duyen||5:07|
|7||–Khac Chi Ensemble||On The Bamboo Bridge||3:48|
|8||–Tranh Sào Bao||Ly Con Sào||4:01|
|9||–Huy Du, Tuyet Tring||Kim Trong Tuong To Thúy Kieu||4:22|
|10||–Nguyen Thang Thuy||Luyên Nam Cung||4:27|
|11||–Vân Khánh||Dêm Phuong Nam Nghe Câu Hò Hue||6:17|
|12||–Quang Linh||Tôi Yêu||4:04|
|13||–Chau Dinh & Ca Hue Ensemble||Ten Reasons Why We Love Hue Girls||4:29|
|14||–Dàn Bao Viêtnam||Rider In The Sky (Live)||5:25|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – World Music Network
- Copyright (c) – World Music Network
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Paul Fisher
- Coordinator – Brad Haynes, Marisa Lassman
- Mastered By – Laurence Cedar
- Producer – Phil Stanton , World Music Network
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9781906063054
|RGNET1183CD||Various||The Rough Guide To The Music Of Vietnam (CD, Comp, Enh)||World Music Network, Music Rough Guides||RGNET1183CD||UK||2007|