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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)