1. The Rough Guide to World Music for Children CD
    £8.99

    The Rough Guide to World Music for Children CD

    From infectious African rhythms and Latin grooves to far-flung gems, from Indian and Chinese cultures, this is an album guaranteed to broaden a child's musical horizons. Released May 2019.
  2. The Rough Guide to World Music for Children

    Starting at: £6.99

    The Rough Guide to World Music for Children

    From infectious African rhythms and Latin grooves to far-flung gems, from Indian and Chinese cultures, this is an album guaranteed to broaden a child's musical horizons. Released May 2019.
  3. The Rough Guide To World Music (25th Anniversary edition)

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    The Rough Guide To World Music (25th Anniversary edition)

    A quarter of a century since the ground-breaking Rough Guide To World Music was first released, this anniversary edition celebrates the beauty and diversity of musical cultures both past and present. From the virtuoso musicianship of Calcutta’s guitar master Debashish Bhattacharya and Palestinian buzuq player Ramzi Aburedwan to the irresistibly danceable grooves of Klezmer-Balkan band She'Koyokh and Chinese folk rockers Shanren, this is a jaw-dropping collection.
  4. The Rough Guide to World Jazz CD
    £10.99

    The Rough Guide to World Jazz CD

    Showcasing some of today's pioneering artists who share the goal of pushing the boundaries of jazz. Released June 2019.
  5. The Rough Guide to World Jazz

    Starting at: £6.99

    The Rough Guide to World Jazz

    Showcasing some of today's pioneering artists who share the goal of pushing the boundaries of jazz. Released June 2019.
  6. The Rough Guide to Women of the World CD
    £8.99

    The Rough Guide to Women of the World CD

    From rip roaring folk renditions by Eugenia Georgieva and i?dem Aslan to atmospheric and heartfelt gems from African divas Sally Nyolo and Lala Njava, this handpicked selection of tracks takes you on a journey from Calcutta to Cameroon and beyond. Released January 2019.
  7. The Rough Guide to Women of the World

    Starting at: £6.99

    The Rough Guide to Women of the World

    From rip roaring folk renditions by Eugenia Georgieva and Çiğdem Aslan to atmospheric and heartfelt gems from African divas Sally Nyolo and Lala Njava, this handpicked selection of tracks takes you on a journey from Calcutta to Cameroon and beyond.

    Released January 2019.

  8. The Rough Guide To The Music Of Palestine

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    The Rough Guide To The Music Of Palestine

    Disc 1 1. Sanaa Moussa: Wea'younha (3:14) 2. Le Trio Joubran: Nawwâr (4:34) 3. DAM feat Amal Murkos: If I Could Go Back In Time (4:03) 4. Toot Ard: Ash-Sham (3:46) 5. Momken Band: Ya Ktabna (5:05) 6. Jowan Safadi: Tayran Ababil (5:02) 7. Hosam Hayek: Give Me The Flute (3:42) 8. Amal Murkus: Doq (3:42) 9. Awan Group: Nahawand (5:41) 10. Haya Zaatry & Ghanni 3an Ta3rif: Manakir (2:56) 11. Shadi Zaqtan: Fi Balad (5:15) 12. Michel Sajrawy: Tojann (5:15) 13. Walaat Music Band: Alla Shiklo Shakshiklo (2:56) 14. Khalas: Badek Zafi (3:34) 15. Kamilya Jubran & Werner Hasler: Al-Shaatte' Al-Akhar (4:43) Disc 2 — Includes bonus album by Ramzi Aburedwan 1. Rahil (6:57) 2. Sans Adresse (6:01) 3. Sodfa (5:14) 4. Bahar (5:09) 5. Raja (5:18) 6. Tahrir (6:25) 7. Samai Farah Faza (7:04) 8. Bordeaux (5:35) 9. Andalus (4:14) 10. Gitans En Orient (6:33)
  9. The Rough Guide To The Music Of  West Africa

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    The Rough Guide To The Music Of West Africa

    Original source of the blues and fabled land of musical giants, West Africa is a powerhouse like no other. From the first African artist to sell a million singles, Mory Kanté, to new torch bearers Samba Touré, Nuru Kane and the driving desert blues of Etran Finatawa; this is a collection of timeless and inspirational recordings.
  10. The Rough Guide To The Best Arabic Music You've Never Heard
    £8.99

    The Rough Guide To The Best Arabic Music You've Never Heard

    From the driving grooves of Algerian jazz-head Anis Benhallak to the instrumental oud and violin delights of Al Andalus Ensemble, check out the latest sounds of the Arabic speaking world.