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    I'm lookinf for World Music but can't be bothered finding out about it and searching for it so could anyone point me to a website or something?

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    Which type? Which country?

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    ummm

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    Well, here you go - you choose for yourself.

    Hope it helps.....

    World Music

    In the Western world, "World music" refers either to music that doesn't fall into the North American and British pop or folk traditions or to hybrids of various indigenous musics. Certain styles — such as Jamaican reggae or Latin pop — grew large enough to be classified as their own genre, but everything else, from traditional Chinese music to African folk, is classified as world music. Worldbeat is something different than world music, since it's usually the result of Western hybrids and fusions, yet it still falls under the world music umbrella because it borrows styles, sounds and instrumentation from various indigineous musics.

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    thanx

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    Angelique Kidjo- Wombo Lombo

    You may want to venture into a couple of bands that use world music influences.... ie Sepultura (brazilian/ portrugese) Tea Party (Eastern) Tristania (Celtic metal)

    and oh, if you like bagpipes, perhaps....korn? the old stuff?


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    Originally posted by Randomblonde@12 February 2004 - 03:39
    Angelique Kidjo- Wombo Lombo

    You may want to venture into a couple of bands that use world music influences.... ie Sepultura (brazilian/ portrugese) Tea Party (Eastern) Tristania (Celtic metal)

    and oh, if you like bagpipes, perhaps....korn? the old stuff?



    I am sorry.But korn and Sepultura classified as "World"?


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    Sepultura- Ratamahatta

    Korn- Shoots and Ladders




    I'm prepared to argue.....

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    Originally posted by Randomblonde@12 February 2004 - 03:50
    I'm prepared to argue.....
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