1. Download: The Rough Guide to Women of the World
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    Download: 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.

  2. Download: The Rough Guide to Indian Classical Music
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    Download: The Rough Guide to Indian Classical Music

    India's classical music is deeply bound to the country's ancient mystical traditions. This unique Rough Guide brings together the greatest names in Indian Classical music, performing some of the most beautiful ragas of India’s classical legacy. Enjoy the musical artistry of legendary performers such as Shivkumar Sharma, Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Zakir Hussain and Ravi Shankar. Compiled by DJ Ritu
  3. Download: The Rough Guide To Bollywood Disco
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    Download: The Rough Guide To Bollywood Disco

    Disco, Bollywood-style, is typically high-voltage: metallic flares, dazzling over-sized mirror-balls, smoke machines galore and Technicolor flashing dance floors. Let loose those dancing shoes and boogie down to Bollywood’s glittering disco heyday with Lata Mangeshkar, Mohammed Rafi, Kishore Kumar and more
  4. Download: The Rough Guide To The Music Of Palestine
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    Download: The Rough Guide To The Music Of Palestine

    Palestine is a beautiful ancient land of faith where conflict appears to overshadow its creative voices. This unique Rough Guide explores the diverse and wonderful array of music that springs out of adversity and expresses the deep roots of Palestinian identity. Compiled by Nili Belkind & Nadeem Karkabi
  5. Download: The Rough Guide To World Music
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    Download: The Rough Guide To World Music

    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.