By Gerry Hectic on June 26, 2010
This entry is filed under Africa/Middle East: Reviews, Europe: Reviews and tagged Africa, African Soul Rebels, Balkan, Bassekou Kouyate, blues, Buena Vista, Buika, Charlie Mingus, Chucho Valdes, compilation, Cuba, Czech Republic, Damien Marley, Dr, Ethiopian, festival, flamenco, Gilles Peterson, Gillett, hip hop, K'naan, Khaled, Lhasa, Lhasa De Sela, Mali, Maryam Gu, Nas, New Zealand, ngoni, Niger, Nneka, Ojos de Brujo, Orlando 'Cachaito' Lopez, reggae, Seasick Steve, soul, Sound of the World, South, Tinariwen, Womad, World Music, Yasim Levy. | 2 Comments
“The late, great Charlie Gillett had a passion for music”, Mark Coles, BBC World Service, June 2010.
Continue reading V/A – Sound of the World Presents: Anywhere On This Road
By Gerry Hectic on March 26, 2010
This entry is filed under Africa/Middle East: Reviews, Europe: Reviews and tagged Addis, Africa, Belgium, Berlin, blues, compilation, Damien Marley, Ethiopiques, Fela, festival, Finland, France, Germany, Gilles Peterson, Heliocentrics, highlife, Italy, jazz, K'naan, Kora, London, Mulatu Astatke, Nas, New York, Rome, soundtrack, Switzerland, The Heliocentrics. | 1 Comment
The acclaimed father of Ethio-jazz who has fans as varied as Damian Alban, K’Naan, Nas and Damian Marley releases his first solo album in over 20 years and it’s a belter.
Continue reading Mulatu Astatke – Mulatu Steps Ahead
No shows booked at the moment.
Copyright © 2013 Fly Global Music | RSS | Gigs RSS | About us | Contact us