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  1. Some things old, some things new, all of it borrowed and all of it blue, the Rough Guide to Fado will go a long way towards expanding the fado universe for neophytes, and it's a fine reminder that the passion of this relatively well-defined style is not one dimensional/5(15).
  2. Various Artists - Rough Guide To Fado (Second Edition) music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. This compilation captures some of the best of the modern fado singers, both male and female, from those who've gained international fame, like Mariza and Ana Moura, to those just becoming known at home, such as Vânia Duarte, with a single album to her tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.coinfo: $
  4. One of the leading forces on the international music scene for over 25 years, World Music Network/Riverboat Records specialise in world, jazz, blues, folk and a .
  5. Also, a bonus CD is included. I borrowed someone's copy of this CD and couldn't return it until I bought my own copy. There are two editions (for some reason) of this CD out there - if you can, try to get the edition that has the multi-page booklet with lots of information on the background of Fado music as well as the performers on this tranuruspachamvimastimijobtipor.coinfos:
  6. This compilation captures some of the best of the modern fado singers, both male and female, from those who've gained international fame, like Mariza and Ana Moura, to those just becoming known at home, such as Vânia Duarte, with a single album to her credit.8/
  7. The Rough Guide to Fado Legends Various Artists. out of 5 stars 4. Audio CD. £ The History of Fado Amalia Rodrigues. Also presented as part of this package is the critically acclaimed album from one of Fado's next generation of promising stars, Katia Guerreiro. Receiving the award for 'Best Performer of Fado' from the Amália 5/5(2).
  8. The Rough Guide to the Music of Morocco is a world music compilation album originally released in Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the release contains two discs: an overview of the music of Morocco—featuring such genres as Chaabi and Malhun—is found on Disc One, while Disc Two features the modern rural-urban fusion band Groupe Mazagan.

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