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World Summer: A world mix of South African, India, Irish, Latin American artists & more.


World Summer: A world mix of South African, India, Irish, Latin American artists & more.



Get a taste of World music & it's influence on Pop, Rap, Folk & Classical with this, handpicked playlists. Perfect for adding something Fresh, to your Summer Day.


Some of these tracks have been with me for more than a Three Decades and I finally decided to take collect them into a playlist that is a tribute to my love of World Music and the Fusion of World Music with Pop, Rap, Folk & Classical.  



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New Tracks & Remixed

Homeless – Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Asimbonanga/Biko – Soweto Gospel Choir
Share The Well – Caedmon's Call
Goodnight, Sun – Nahko
Send Me On My Way – Rusted Root
You Can Call Me Al – Paul Simon
South Australia – Gaelic Storm
Bizness – Front Country
Yesterday Is A Tizita – Meklit
San Quentin – Nahko and Medicine for the People
(It's Gonna Be) Okay – The Piano Guys
Seeni Valeurs – Youssou N'Dour
Oh Africa – Akon
In The Beginning – K'NAAN
When You're Falling – Afro Celt Sound System
A King's Sunset – Ludwig Goransson, Baaba Maal
Peponi (feat. the Piano Guys) – Alex Boyé, The Piano Guys
There Will Be Time – Mumford & Sons, Baaba Maal
Ho Jamalo – Sultans Of String
Smoke and Fire – Seven Nations
Bibia Be Ye Ye – Ed Sheeran
Follow the Sun – Caroline Pennell
Walk Away – Xavier Rudd
Koni Baje – Burna Boy
Traveller – Baaba Maal
Sabali – Amadou & Mariam
Redemption (with Babes Wodumo) – Zacari, Babes Wodumo
Utshani Obulele (Zulu Version) (Live) – Johnny Clegg, Soweto Gospel Choir
Aaja – Swet Shop Boys, Ali Sethi
Chaiyya Chaiyya Bollywood Joint – Sukhwinder Singh, Sapna Awasthi, Panjabi MC
Moroccan Soul – Moroccan Spirit
Hymn – Waterbone
Desert Rose – Sting
Jagadeesha – Trevor Hall
Homeward – Future Of Forestry
Toda – Benny Friedman
Double Dutch – Jesse Cook
Mon Amour (My Love) [feat. Vieux Farka Touré] – The Idan Raichel Project, Vieux Farka Touré
Una Palabra – Carlos Varela
A Hundred Wishes – Loreena McKennitt
Song of Beginnings – Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon
Jenkins / Arr Ratledge: Adiemus: Adiemus – Karl Jenkins, Adiemus, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Mary Carewe, Jody K Jenkins
The End – Harry Gregson-Williams
Elysium – Klaus Badelt, Lisa Gerrard, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Walt Fowler, Ladd McIntosh, Elizabeth Finch, Jack Smalley, Bruce Fowler, Gavin Greenaway, The Lyndhurst Orchestra, Hans Zimmer
Prologue – Frans Bak 

New Tracks

A King's Sunset – Ludwig Goransson, Baaba Maal
Koni Baje – Burna Boy
Redemption (with Babes Wodumo) – Zacari, Babes Wodumo
I'm On My Way – Papa
Walk Away – Xavier Rudd
A Hundred Wishes – Loreena McKennitt

Very creative theme and great choice of songs.


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You and I overlap a lot in our musical taste 🙂 Some of the fiddle tracks on your other folk playlist are absolutely on fire. (In fact, this post reminds me to listen again this morning!)

I just Followed this World playlist. I also have a World Fusion playlist (it's actually on SubmitHub) and I get a lot of interesting submissions.

Here is a new Charmas track that doesn't fit my playlist too well because of the engaging lyrics (it's mostly an instrumental playlist), but I think it could fit really well on your playlist. (For mine, I'm going to add the instrumental version as soon as I get off my **bleep** and publish it.) The melody for this song is an old traditional Scottish bagpipe tune called Hot Punch, to which I added a third part and then turned it into calypso. Bagpipes create a big finish toward the end. I hope you will enjoy it. Much appreciated if you want to add it to this playlist...

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