Babeti Soukous

Tabu Ley Seigneur Rochereau

Espace

Tama
Most bands, whether in the western rock tradition or in African music, are built around the concept of a leader - one strong character who… 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 »

Serious Tam

Telek
George Mamua Telek's songs and his hauntingly beautiful voice, traverse many musical styles capturing the spirit of the Tolai people of… more »

Peoples Colony No 1

Temple Of Sound
"The essence of a collaboration is people... what drives them, their dreams, aspirations, their daily rhythms. We're not so dissimilar. On… more »

S'amore 'e mama

Tenores di Bitti
One of the most fascinating traditional polyphonic quartets of the Mediterranean Sea - straight from the heart of Sardinia. "...mountain… more »

Admission

The Black Swan Effect
"Just when you think you've heard it all before, along comes an album that demands the hairs on the back of you neck stand to attention,… more »

Spirit Of The Century

The Blind Boys Of Alabama
Since 1939, The Blind Boys of Alabama have thrilled religious and secular audiences alike with irresistible, inspirational Gospel… more »

Atom Bomb

The Blind Boys Of Alabama
While the sound of traditional soul gospel is still unmistakably at its core, Atom Bomb, the group's latest album, includes The Blind Boys'… more »

Go Tell It On The Mountain

The Blind Boys Of Alabama
Go Tell It On The Mountain is the first holiday theme album in the group's 60-year history, and their third release for Real World… more »

Higher Ground

The Blind Boys Of Alabama
The Blind Boys of Alabama started singing together way, way back in 1938. A mere 64 years later, the gospel group recorded this… more »

Tande-la

The Creole Choir Of Cuba
The Creole Choir of Cuba are called 'Desandann' in their home country which means 'descendants' and with the songs on their forthcoming… more »

Santiman

The Creole Choir of Cuba
Santiman is The Creole Choir's second album, and the follow up to Tande-la. Freedom songs that have been passed down through generations of… more »

The Gloaming

The Gloaming
Album artwork 'PASSAGE' by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison THE GLOAMING: Iarla Ó Lionaird, Thomas Bartlett, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh,… more »

The Imagined Village

The Imagined Village
'Englishness is the final frontier of world music.' - Simon Emmerson, head man of The Imagined Village Every age re-invents the past… more »

Terem

The Terem Quartet
The Terem Quartet is unique. As classically trained musicians, their technique and expertise are astonishing. As players of traditional… more »

Classical

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

Rise Up

Thomas Mapfumo and The Blacks Unlimited
Thomas Mapfumo, Zimbabwe's greatest living musician, in a minor key. 'Rise Up' review by Banning Eyre. I reached the Lion of… more »

Utopia

Tom Kerstens' G Plus Ensemble
'Utopia' is the debut recording of Tom Kerstens with his newly formed G Plus Ensemble. The group was created specifically for the recording… more »

La Candela Viva

Totó La Momposina y sus Tambores

Ishumar

Toumast
Lead singer Moussa Ag Keyna who, together with Aminatou and French producer Dan Levy, has created a sublime new African desert sound, but… more »

TrÌsan

Trísan
Ex-Clannad member Pól Brennan in collaboration with virtuoso Chinese flautist Guo Yue and Japanese percussionist Joji Hirota. A powerful… more »

Table Songs of Georgia

Tsinandali Choir
Table songs are the musical expression of the Georgian cult of wine, and the Tsinandali Choir are famous for their stirring and powerful… more »