World Music CD Reviews: 1999

Here is the archive of CD reviews from 1999:

November 19, 1999
CDs from Gregory Boyd (steel pan); Maori Songs from Kiri Te Kanawa; Celtic folk from John Doan; Memories from contemporary Bhangra artist Silinder Pardesi.

October 14, 1999
The sounds of Cape Verde; songs of Remembrance from John McDermott; Memory Ground from Lights in a Fat City.

September 14, 1999
Ricky Martin's self-titled English debut.

July 20, 1999
New Age and World Fusion from the band Agricantus, and the collections Invisible Borders II and Walk Between Worlds.

July 3, 1999
Two new ones from the legendary German liedermacher Konstantin Wecker.

June 4, 1999
The best of Brazil and Cuba from the Blue Jackel label.

May 17, 1999
Native and African releases from Hearts of Space; two new compilations from Putumayo; an L. Subramanium compilation.

April 28, 1999
Canada really is beautiful; Paul Winter has a Celtic Solstice; music from the Palestinian Holy Land; two surprises.

March 2, 1999
Dine to the music of Rasputin on Broadway; three new releases from Putumayo.

February 16, 1999
Five new reviews including The Klezical Tradition; the debut from Dallas, an Estonian pop band; French cabaret act Paris Combo; and World Fusion bands Sassafras and Turku.

January 11, 1999
Putumayo goes From Cairo to Casablanca, visit the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music, and meet Eileen Ivers, Celtic fiddler.