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September List by Donalee Jacobs
We All The Light
We All The Lightriver whyless

The new album from critically acclaimed North Carolina folk group River Whyless includes songs such as Baby Brother, All Day All Night, Bend Time and more.

The Universal Flute
The Universal Fluteralph samuelson

The shakuhachi first came to prominence in Japan in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when it was taken up by a sect of Zen Buddhist monks who used shakuhachi blowing as a core spiritual practice. Ralph Samuelson, who is among the first generation of non-Japanese musicians, was trained in the classical tradition of the Kinko School. 

Finding Graceland
Finding Gracelandvarious

In the spirit of Paul Simon's epic, this new release features a collection of African songs, from a capella to instrumentals, these songs hail from all over the great continent, including tunes from Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa, sung in a variety of native African languages. 

Weightlessliz longley

The latest from folk country artist Liz Longley includes songs such as Swing, Say Anything You Want and more.


The third album from the Welsh folk group blends traditional folk songs with Mediterranean influences. Includes bonus disc with English interpretations of the Welsh songs. 

Discover Music From The Pacific
Discover Music From The PacificVarious

Features music from the entire Pacific Islands, including Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Hawaii, Tahiti, and everywhere in between.

Neptunetall heights

The major label debut album from progressive folk duo Tall Heights features the singles Spirit Cold and River Wider.

Live Wires
Live Wiressondorgo

Sondorgo dazzle audiences around the globe with their unstoppable tamburitza music. This rip-roaring travelogue of audio postcards captures the magic of their much loved live performances.