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Cleoma Falcon Blues Negres
03 :06
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Lidya Mendoza Y Familia Mexico en una Laguna
03 :11
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Tona La Negre El Cacahuatero
03 :05
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Grupo De "La Alegria" El Tambor de la Alegria
03 :29
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Leona Gabriel with Orchestre Guadeloupéen A. Kindou Liva
02 :40
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Araci Côrtes com Orchestra Brunswick Quero Sossego
02 :29
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Las Quatro Huasas La Papa Araucana
03 :23
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La Niña de los Peines accompanied by Niño Ricardo Sevillanas No. 2
02 :15
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Rosina Trubia Gioiosa Lu Fistinu di Palermo
02 :30
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Maria Vasileiathou Arostisa Manoula Mou
03 :15
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Cheikha Tetma Guenene Tini
03 :03
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Aicha Relizania Khraïfi
03 :07
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Julie Marsellaise Yama N'Chauf Haja Tegennen
02 :59
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Ayda Sönmez Neva Hicaz Gazel
03 :07
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Hamsa Khalafe & Ali Atia Ballali Madja
02 :34
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Hadija Binti Abdulla Bina Adamu Part II
03 :10
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Maboudana & Badolo Chant d'Invitation a la Dance
02 :43
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Noforonin-Dratsiambakaina, Hirain-Drazaivelo & Christine Zanany Miverena Rahavana
02 :42
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Miss Nilam Bai [Title in Hindustani]
03 :03
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Yadana Myit [Title in Burmese]
03 :05
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Cô Ba-Thinh and KhâmThîen Hát Du
03 :00
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Emma Bush with Johnny Noble with his Hawaiian Music Lei E
03 :17
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Chants Populaires Tahitiens Chant d'Amour
00 :52
ARTIST
TITLE
Hot Women
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
KEIN 91505CD KEIN 91505CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/8/2009

2014 repress. Subtitled: Women Singers From The Torrid Regions Of The World. Originally released in 2003. For cartoonist and music-lover Robert Crumb, the best music was created between 1925 and 1935. What he likes so much about songs from this decade is their adherence to a culture of live music, free from any modern commercial forces -- but he also could not do without several gems from the 1940s and 1950s. Crumb now proves his love for this music in a selection of songs from women singers from southern countries all over the world -- Greece, Turkey, Africa, India, Mexico, Italy, Spain, and many more. Women whose passionate voices make you think of torrid desert landscapes or tropical islands. Women singing of pain, of love, of their circumstances and cultures. As an ardent collector of old 78 RPM records, as a virtuoso guitar-, banjo- and ukulele-player, as a co-musician on and publisher of various records and CDs, Robert Crumb is one of the most knowledgeable experts on this musical era that has been largely forgotten. And of course it goes without saying that this CD is most wonderfully designed and illustrated by the famous artist himself.