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  1. Amazing Music of the World.

    I listen to practically every genre of music. Jazz, blues, rock, classical.. But world music is a very special part of my collection, probably because of its (I think the right word will be) 'earthly' quality it usually has. At the same time I'm convinced there are many artists from different parts of the world I haven't discovered yet. Please feel free to list your 'desert island' world music recordings regardless of genre (reggae, ethno-jazz, just about anything that has ethnic roots or just such an element). Here is my personal shortlist : Bob Marley - just about anything, especially 'Survival' and 'Uprising' [video=youtube;-nR2vsnH4Is] Ravi Shankar - obviously! Mari Boine - a Norwegian vocalist exploring Sami culture - especially 'Eallin', 'Eight Seasons' and 'Live in London' bootleg. Elina Duni - an Albanian vocalist recording for ECM Anouar Brahem - a fantastic oud player (also ECM)
  2. Computer Audiophile users get 25% off Down Home Blues from Noah Wall when using code CPUNOAH on HDtracks "There's something about Noah Wall's voice that went straight to my heart, she's the real deal!" - Steve Guttenberg, Audiophile Critic "Noah Wall’s "Down Home Blues", is full of life and a positive energy, and the use of Binaural recording gives the music air, I felt like I was sitting down on the floor, bourbon in hand, with the band just a few feet away." - Harris Fogel, Mac Edition Radio Those that follow Chesky Records closely will recognize the voice of Noah Wall from our previous recording, From The Mountaintop. Now back with her own band, Noah Wall lets her voice shine through on this stunning example of classic Folk sensibilities with a modern twist. Down Home Blues mixes traditional Folk songs with new original material showcasing Wall’s songwriting as well as vocals. Noah is also the lead singer, fiddler, and founding member of the award winning acoustic band "The Barefoot Movement." Now based in Nashville, TN, the group continues to rack up the miles, touring both domestically and internationally. Wall's songwriting skills can be heard in the majority of the band's original material, which has been compiled onto three full length albums. The group's notoriety continues to grow through features in such publications as Country Weekly Magazine, RollingStone.com, CMT Edge, and Billboard.com. In 2014, they were presented with the Momentum Award for Band of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. Declared "one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene" by CMT, the band is still going strong, bringing shoe-less excitement to every performance. Part of the Chesky Binaural + Series, all recorded with a single microphone, the band appears right before you with this spacious, lush and multi-dimensional recording. Now headphone users will hear the same three-dimensional sound and imaging as audiophiles have for the past 25 years with Chesky Recordings. Also these new Binaural+ Series albums capture even more spatial realism for the home audiophile market, bringing you one step closer to the actual event. You will hear some of the most natural and pure cool music ever recorded. Sign Up For The Chesky Newsletter <a href="http://www.chesky.com/content/newsletter#overlay-context=user" target="_blank"><span>[video=youtube;4ejRv2Yt-E4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ejRv2Yt-E4