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fRoots 16

fROOTS #16 CD
Here's what's on the FREE! CD with fR211/212 (January/February 2001)


  1. SPACCANAPOLI: ANEME PERZE
    New sounds from the ancient tammurriate roots of Naples, Italy.
  2. LES GO: THEBA
    A trio of West African women with a great live reputation too.
  3. ANDY IRVINE: MORETON BAY
    The unmistakeable sound of a living legend of Irish music.
  4. RENÉ LACAILLE: TIKILIK
    Indian Ocean squeezebox from the French island of La Reunion.
  5. MASSILIA SOUND SYSTEM: LA FILLE DU SELECTA
    Marseille-based posse mixing up ragga and local French roots.
  6. JACK EVANS: FUGITIVES FROM URJAZ
    Inventive Scottish guitarist, here teamed with Jenny Gardner's fiddle.
  7. JOHN HIATT: LINCOLN TOWN
    U.S. songwriting giant and ex-Cooder sideman gets back to basics.
  8. KARDES TÜRKÜLER: DARGIN MAHKUM
    From a first rate project exploring music from the East of Turkey.
  9. BEMBEYA JAZZ NATIONAL: ALLA LAKÉ
    A '70s classic by the greatest of all Guinean bands.
  10. BAYOU SECO: CHILE VERDE
    Tune session hit by popular UK visitors from the US South West
  11. BILL JONES: THE FISHERBOY
    The new English folk artist who has drawn lots of attention in 2000.
  12. TELEK: MIDAL
    Intriguing roots songwriter from Papua New Guinea.
  13. ZAINABA with SAMBECO: YOWA
    Classy singer backed by ace wedding band from the Comores islands.
  14. MARK BAZELEY & JASON RICE
    Proper job Dartmoor dance music in the Bob Cann tradition.
  15. BOOM BOOM LANGUAGE
    Giovanni Lo Cascio and Arnaldo Vacca's Italian cross-cultural percussion project.
  16. BLOCO VOMIT: WILD THING/ LOUIE LOUIE
    Scotland's very best samba-punk manguebeat afroblocrockers.
Full details of availability for the source CDs are to be found within the magazine.

 

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