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Diabel Cissokho Kanabory Siyama
Irresistible kora-led Manding melodies, surging and hypnotic; original songs rooted in the musical traditions of Senegal and Mali.



Amira Amulette
Spellbinding, lovesick ballads and blues— traditional sevdah songs from Bosnia, also Macedonia and Kosovo, deftly jazzed-up.



Omara Portuondo, Chucho Valdes Omara And Chucho
Buena Vista diva and piano maestro — two Cuban legends basking together in romance and nostalgia: 'a dedication to the love of music'.



Le Trio Joubran AsFar
Three Palestinian brothers, master oudists — intensely emotional and dramatic, thunder shot through with lightning — joined by percussion and now and again the Tunisian singer Dhafer Youssef.



Ana Moura Coliseu
The fab fadista at the Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon: many contemporary compositions, with Jose Manuel Neto on Portuguese guitar, Jose Elmiro Nunes on Portuguese and classical guitar, and Filipe Larsen on bass.



Amira, Merima Kljuco Zumra
Slow, brokenhearted Bosnian sevdah. Wonderful singing, with stripped down, accordion accompaniment. Absolutely terrific.



Mayte Martin Al Cantar A Manuel
Luminous, chamber settings of the lyrical poetry of Manuel Alcantara, beautifully done. Martin is one of the most feted flamenco singers of her generation.



Ana Moura Leva-Me Aos Fados
Her publicists bang on about how she's mates with Prince and Jagger, so what a relief this is real-deal, melting fado singing, beseechingly soulful, no histrionics — with ace Custodio Castelo on Portuguese guitar.





Chango Spasiuk Pynandi
A second helping of fast-fingered thrills and heart-tugging spills from the wonderful Argentinian accordionist, master of chamame.





Diego Amador Rio De Los Canasteros
Fundamentally, this is brilliant no-frills flamenco, but Diego's a pianist, not a guitarist, which opens the music to jazz and modern-classical cross-currents.




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