Narada World: Global Vision
 : Narada World: Global Vision

by: Various Artists

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Price: $17.99
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0083616393520
Item Dimensions: 5050046575
Label: Narada
Manufacturer: Narada
MPN: MFR083616393520#VG
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publisher: Narada
Release Date: April 08, 1997
Studio: Narada

Disc 1:
  1. Baghdad - Jesse Cook
  2. Wasuze Otya? - Samite
  3. Cactus De Paraguand - Carlos Guedes
  4. Planxty Burke/Planxty Drew (Edit) - Shelley Phillips
  5. Sealwoman/Yundah - Mary McLaughlin
  6. Wind Spirit - Bill Miller
  7. The Cheetah Hunt - Michael Whalen
  8. Back Home - Nando Lauria
  9. The Road North - Alasdair Fraser
  10. Ladakh - Ancient Future
  11. Viajero - Miguel De La Bastide
  12. Cielo Y Montana - Rumillajta
  13. Water - Richard Warner
  14. Chuaigh Me 'Nu Rosann - Scartaglen
  15. The Journey Begins - Hans Zimmer
Disc 2:
  1. Douce Mousitomanie - Orion
  2. Lucia - Oscar Lopez
  3. New Land - Bernardo Rubaja
  4. Ubi Caritas - Connie Dover
  5. Gravity - Jesse Cook
  6. Kothbiro - Ayub Ogada
  7. Mujeres Y Ninos - Rumillajta
  8. Kantico En Flor De Piedra - Tomas San Miguel
  9. Doce Morena - Nando Lauria
  10. Introduction: Precious Waters - R. Carlos Nakai
  11. Giant Step - Michael Pluznick
  12. Dancing To A Lot Of Time - John Whelan
  13. Astrae - Vas
  14. Inochi No Sharin (Wheel Of Life) - Riley Lee
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Product Description:
World Beat Collection ~ Narada World: Global Vision
A collection of 29 tracks from almost as many albums, Narada World offers more than 125 minutes of an easily digested assortment of contemporary, mostly instrumental selections that are adorned with varying degrees of international or traditional flourishes. Though some genuinely scintillating works are included here--most notably flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook's two selections and an arresting Persian/Indian hybrid, "Astrae," by the exotic vocal/percussion duo Vas (from Sunyata)--the album is largely an easy-listening collection of modern music embellished with world music accents. This is not such a bad thing. The two-disc set's highlights are its Celtic and Latin/flamenco pieces, which dominate this package. Other tracks include traces of Far East, African, and Native American influences; and on occasion, the juxtapositioning of such far-flung musical styles creates some peculiar segues on the two discs. Yet the overall mood is sanguine and refreshing, a fact that may disappoint earnest world-beat adherents but will satisfy less critical ears. Highlights: "The Road North" by champion Celtic fiddler Alasdair Fraser, Bernardo Rubaja's charming mix of pipes and charango on "New Land," the saintly female vocal offerings of Scartaglen and Connie Dover, and the flamenco dramatics of Oscar Lopez on "Lucia." --Terry Wood

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