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It's a collection of 26 tracks that 25-30 years ago helped to shape what we now know as 'world music'.
Nigel w wrote:A year ago today... and our loss is marked by the belated release this week on Nascente of a compilation album Charlie and me started putting together one morning in his record-lined basement three or four years ago, called ''80s World Music Classics: When The World Was Young''. . . .
will vine wrote:.Now did anyone ever hear anything of the possiblity of Ace releasing CG's Radio Picks Vol 2 ? - every time i've tried to email Ace my mail just seems to disappear into cyberspace
Jonathan E. wrote:After mucking about with the search a bit, I eventually found the original topic in which Lewis R proposed this 80s World Music Classics: When The World Was Young compilation. Both Gordon Neill and Neil Foxlee quickly and tantalizingly pointed to another earlier thread (or perhaps two threads) of discussion that unfortunately gives a 404.
Jonathan E. wrote:Those sleeves are familiar.
Con Murphy wrote: . . . it's always worth trying to swap out the "phpBB2" part of the address (old board, pre-December 09 meltdown) with "bb" thusly:-
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Ian A. wrote:Jonathan E. wrote:Those sleeves are familiar.
Unfortunately though they got the wrong Baaba Maal one, a Sterns cover not Djam Leelii that the track included came from. Which looked like this:
kk wrote:looking forward to this one, especially after Howard's reassurance that it's "free of most of those nasty 1980s keyboard sounds"
Jonathan, you can find it for few dollars less on CDWow
Nigel w wrote:Was a bit premature on the release date -it's April 18. [ . . . ] It's a handsome-looking thing, too, with a nice 12 page booklet. So sad that Charlie himself never saw it come to fruition.
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