Babeti Soukous

Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau

Beat the Border

Geoffrey Oryema
'Beat the Border' is Geoffrey Oryema's second album for Real World Records. One of the cornerstones of this recording is French guitarist… more »

Becoming A Cliché

Adrian Sherwood
Where the first 'solo' album was mainly instrumental, Becoming A Cliche features an ever impressive range of vocal guests: the late, great… more »

Big Blue Ball

Big Blue Ball
[quote=Peter Gabriel, producer and performer]One week in the middle of summer this craziness exploded in our Real World Studios. We had… more »

Big City Secrets

Joseph Arthur
Joseph Arthur was the first American musician signed to Real World Records. Big City Secrets, the 1997 debut album, introduced his… more »

Black Rock

Djivan Gasparyan & Michael Brook
With these recordings, Djivan Gasparyan and Michael Brook have fashioned a unique musical hybrid. The duduk is prominently featured, as… more »

Bliss

Various Artists
'Bliss' is an introduction to a more atmospheric and spiritual side of the Real World label. If the tracks selected for 'Bliss' are linked,… more »

Body and Soul

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Sufism, Islamic mysticism, is in essence a message of love. The metaphor of love, lover and the beloved was developed so intensely by… more »

Bought For A Dollar Sold For A Dime

Little Axe
Everyone gets the blues, says Skip McDonald, who should know. The legendary guitarist gets them - like, really gets them - more than most.… more »

Call My Name

Daby Touré and Skip McDonald
As soon as they met, they knew each other. Daby Toure: a thirty-something musician raised in Mauritania, West Africa, currently a leading… more »

Capture

Afro Celt Sound System
Afro Celt Sound System returned in 2010, after a five-year-break, with Capture. A career-spanning double CD, which cherry-picked from the… more »

Champagne And Grits

Little Axe
In 2004 Skip and his team found a new home at Real World Records and created 'Champagne & Grits' (featuring Shara Nelson and Chris Difford… more »

Charcoal Gypsies

Musicians of the Nile
Metqâl Qenâwi Metqâl Metqâl Qenâwi Metqâl is a musician who no longer needs to be introduced in Egypt. Since the 1960s he has… more »

Chibite

Hukwe Zawose
Enchanting, innovative songs from Tanzania's national treasure, using the vital tools of his musical ancestors: thumb piano, fiddle flute… more »

City of Glass LV Remix / Window Seat Will Ward (Circle Traps) Remix

Portico Quartet
Portico Quartet's second single from their recently released self-titled album, features mixes of two standout tracks, with close… more »

City of Love

Ashkhabad
Most members of Ashkhabad are traditional musicians, earning their living by playing at weddings. They take their name from the capital… more »

Classical

The Terem Quartet
More dazzling reinterpretations from the strings of the St Petersburg quartet - classical themes wittily and ingeniously "Terem-ised". more »

Come To Where I'm From

Joseph Arthur
In its pursuit of unearthing previously unheard music from the planet's four corners, Real World has never ignored Western rock and… more »

Coming Home

Yungchen Lhamo
Freedom has a special savour in the mouth of an exile. For Yungchen Lhamo, a singer who fled Tibet nine years ago to make her way in… more »