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Adrienne Cooper & Zalmen MlotekGhetto Tango – Wartime Yiddish Theater ... CD
Traditional Crossroads, 2000. Used ... $3.99
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Together AgainLegends Of Bulgarian Wedding Music ... CD
Traditional Crossroads, 2005. Used ... $5.99
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✨✧ Tanburi Cemil BeyTanburi Cemil Bey Vols II & III ... CD
Traditional Crossroads, Early 10s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
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✨✧ OndatropicaBaile Bucanero ... CD
Soundway (UK), 2017. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The second album from this cool Colombian project that includes Will "Quantic" Holland – a group that's very much in the same criss-crossing of cultures as his Flowering Inferno ensemble! The first Ondatropica album had a vibe that was maybe more traditionally Colombian at times – but this time around, the approach is looser and freer – and seeks to explore the range of cultures that found a crossroads in Colombia, particularly near the coast! Unlike efforts of this nature from a few decades back, which could often be forced or pandering, there's a really rich, organic vibe to the record – a very respectful merging of cultures to create something new and fresh, in a way that makes the whole thing another feather in the mighty large Quantic cap. Titles include "Bogota", "Trustin", "Bogo Canoero", "Come Back Again", "Soy Campesino", "De Mar A Mar", "Lazalypso", "Malaria", and "Estar Contigo". CD

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✨✧ OndatropicaBaile Bucanero (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Soundway (UK), 2017. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
The second album from this cool Colombian project that includes Will "Quantic" Holland – a group that's very much in the same criss-crossing of cultures as his Flowering Inferno ensemble! The first Ondatropica album had a vibe that was maybe more traditionally Colombian at times – but this time around, the approach is looser and freer – and seeks to explore the range of cultures that found a crossroads in Colombia, particularly near the coast! Unlike efforts of this nature from a few decades back, which could often be forced or pandering, there's a really rich, organic vibe to the record – a very respectful merging of cultures to create something new and fresh, in a way that makes the whole thing another feather in the mighty large Quantic cap. Titles include "Bogota", "Trustin", "Bogo Canoero", "Come Back Again", "Soy Campesino", "De Mar A Mar", "Lazalypso", "Malaria", and "Estar Contigo". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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