Majurugenta

Ghorwane
In the hot and dusty Gaza Province of Mozambique there is a small lake called Ghorwane that never runs dry, even in the hottest season.… more »

Mama Mosambiki

Eyuphuro
Eyuphuro (EE-U-FOO-ROO) means "whirlwind" and their music draws on many influences, as African vocals and Arabic rhythms meet the delicate,… more »

Mambo

Remmy Ongala
Remmy Ongala and the band in sparkling form at the 1991 Real World Recording Week. A soulful and uplifting set, nurtured and given space by… more »

Mariama

Pape and Cheikh
Everyone knows the majesty of Africa's traditional folk music. But few in the West would have connected Africa with 'folk' in the… more »

Miero

Värttinä
If Värttinä had never recorded another album after 'iki' in 2003 their achievement would have been momentous, an unrivalled… more »

Moksha

Amjad Ali Khan
Indian classical music is still essentially an oral tradition handed down. That's why the lineage or the guru is all important. The teacher… more »

Molokai

Papa Wemba
'Molokai' is Papa Wemba's third album with Real World, and also the name of his international band. This live studio performance from… more »

Moonsung

Sheila Chandra
Starting off with a reprise of Ever So Lonely, the Top 20 pop hit she had as a teenager with her band Monsoon, Moonsung gathers… more »

Mraya

Abdel Ali Slimani
An assured debut from Invaders of the Heart singer Ali Slimani. Algerian rai roots find solid ground with trance-like grooves. The hand of… more »

Music, Food and Love

Guo Yue
The hauntingly aching music on this CD charts an evocative journey through the life of the musician, composer and cook Guo Yue. From his… more »

Music At Matt Molloy's

Various Artists
Some of Ireland's finest traditional musicians join legendary Chieftains' flute player Matt Molloy and guitarist Arty McGlynn in Molloy's… more »

Music of the Himalayas

Rahul Sharma
Let's pretend it's still September 2000. A 27-year-old santoor player called Rahul Sharma is touring as principal soloist with a trio of… more »

Mustt Mustt

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
The late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is today acknowledged as the great master of Qawwali who popularised this beautiful and inspirational… more »

My Songs And A Poem

Estrella Morente
"One of our intentions was to keep the flavour of classic flamenco, while imbuing this 'deep song' (cante jondo) with contemporary feeling.… more »

Neguinha Te Amo

Daúde
Though this may come as a surprise to those unfamiliar with Brazil's music scene, Daude is a rare find: a Black woman in Brazil's eclectic… more »

Never Trust A Hippy

Adrian Sherwood
Never Trust A Hippy, is Adrian Sherwood's eclectic, compelling and lovingly crafted solo debut. The timing, it seemed, was right.… more »

New Dawn

Waaberi
A circle of singers sit on decorated pillows, drinking sweet tea. The atmosphere is intense but relaxed as they slowly warm up, singing… more »

New Moon

Abdelli
The poetic and passionate music of a man who brings his ancient culture into the twentieth century, in collaboration with musicians from… more »

Night Song

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Michael Brook
The great - and ridiculously prolific - Pakistani qawwali singer had already recorded half a dozen albums for Real World when he… more »

Night to Night

Geoffrey Oryema
Now comes 'Night to Night', best described as a 24-hour daydream, a soundtrack to a life taking in memories of the Ugandan capital… more »

Nostalgie

Tama
'Expect the unexpected': what else could be the underlying motto of the Tama project than this true piece of Malian philosophy, taken from… more »