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  1. This is a collection of songs recorded by the field recordist Hugh Tracey in the 1950s. Most tracks feature guitar with one or more singers and sparse rhythmic accompaniment such as bells and rasps.
    Recordings: World · 59 Hits · Posted on 12/1/2012 by Mike Oppenheim (931)
  2. Music Of The Americas by Carlos Barbosa Lima (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Famous brasilian tunes and american "standards" played by a great Classical Guitar musician.
    Recordings: World · 538 Hits · Posted on 3/29/2006 by Inactive Member
  3. Recorded live in Hamburg(Germany)in 1990.The magic of Portuguese Guitar is represented by one of its best players.
    Recordings: World · 454 Hits · Posted on 3/25/2006 by Inactive Member
  4. Dois Irmos by Raphael Rabello (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Raphael Rabello was the best acoustic guitar player in Brasil when he died some years ago,but his works still stand!
    Recordings: World · 468 Hits · Posted on 3/24/2006 by Inactive Member
  5. Shakti brings together some of the greatest musicians from India, along with great guitarist John McLaughlin to create jazz fusion music at its best. They have been hailed as "The most electric acoustic band"!
    Recordings: World · 921 Hits · Posted on 7/15/2004 by Ananth Narayanan (2180)
  6. Down The Old Plank Road by The Chieftains (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Famous irish band The Chieftains join several bluegrass and country artists, giving the songs that irish sound.
    Recordings: World · 800 Hits · Posted on 6/16/2004 by Antonio Rosa (6847)

  7. Tribalistas (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A nice brasilian music recording, nothing special about the guitar playing.
    Recordings: World · 1120 Hits · Posted on 10/10/2003 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  8. An Diolain by Clannad (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A retrospectave of early Clannad tunes. The best if you want to hear old time celtic tunes.
    Recordings: World · 1004 Hits · Posted on 8/14/2002 by Karl Haikara (2330)
  9. Chorinho is a kind od music played in the streets of Brasil. It's a small string combo. Guitar has not the most relevant role in playing the melody, but the music is very nice and fun.
    Recordings: World · 1122 Hits · Posted on 5/28/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  10. Misterioso by Incendio (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Cutting edge nuevo flamenco and world fusion featuring great guitar playing and progessive compositions.
    Recordings: World · 1244 Hits · Posted on 2/19/2001 by Jim Stubblefield (19)

  11. Ali Farka Toure is from Mali, West Africa area. He is well known for his blues guitar. But Here he takes up many regional instruments and sings in English, French and some West African Dialects.
    Recordings: World · 1681 Hits · Posted on 10/31/2000 by Tim Floto (6151)
  12. Czech It Out by Radim Zenkl (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Folk music from eastern europe, played using instruments of the mandolin family.
    Recordings: World · 880 Hits · Posted on 7/6/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  13. Cantigas do Maio by Jos Afonso (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Jos Afonso was the most important name of the portuguese music of the sixties and seventies. Beautiful ballads and protest songs, including the portuguese revolution icon "Grndola Vila Morena".
    Recordings: World · 1258 Hits · Posted on 5/4/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  14. A collection of spiritual, ritual, and meditative music from meditative traditions around the world.
    Recordings: World · 1042 Hits · Posted on 4/17/2000 by Leroy Smith (2273)
  15. Buena Vista Social Club (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    Music that we can learn A LOT FROM!
    Recordings: World · 2374 Hits · Posted on 4/13/2000 by Inactive Member
  16. Espelho de Sons by Carlos Paredes (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The portuguese guitar is only played in Portugal, mostly to backup fado. Carlos Paredes took it to a new level as a solo instrument.
    Recordings: World · 1206 Hits · Posted on 3/27/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  17. Tabula Rasa by Bela Fleck (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A big departure! Nevertheless, spiritual music with interesting instruments.....
    Recordings: World · 1319 Hits · Posted on 11/25/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  18. Primal Magic by Strunz & Farah (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Great world music from the masters...
    Recordings: World · 1262 Hits · Posted on 11/24/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  19. Yelayo by Mansour Seck (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Seck mines the roots of " of Africa's most fascinating traditions: the sweet, acoustic, swinging grooves of Fulani music."
    Recordings: World · 965 Hits · Posted on 11/16/1999 by Inactive Member