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March List by Donalee Jacobs
Amazones Power
Amazones PowerLes Amazones d'Afrique

Les Amazones d’Afrique is a creative force that embraces international voices; sweet, strong harmonies that summon the rights of women and girls; and a meltdown of heritage and new gen talent. Their debut album Republique Amazone caught the attention of President Obama, who included one of the songs in his twenty favorite tracks of 2017. On their follow-up, familiar voices appear alongside a younger generation of singers who represent the exciting new sound of modern Africa.

Bonny Light Horseman
Bonny Light HorsemanBonny Light Horseman

The timeless qualities of traditional tunes can carry listeners across oceans and eons, linking people not only to the past but to each other as well. It was under the banner of those eternal connections that this trio came together. This astral folk outfit is mixing the ancient, mystical medium of transatlantic traditional folk music with a contemporary, collective brush. The resulting album is a bottled blend of lightning and synergy that will excite fans of multiple genres, eras, and ages.

The Family Songbook
The Family SongbookThe Haden Triplets

A tribute to the family's American heartland heritage. The album includes four recently unearthed songs by their grandfather, Carl E. Haden. The songs were written during the Depression when he was in his 20s. Other notable songs include Every Time I Try by Josh Haden, Say You Will by Kanye West, Wayfaring Stranger, and I'll Fly Away.

In the Key of Joy
In the Key of Joy
Sergio Mendes

In The Key Of Joy is the first new album from Sergio Mendes in 5 years. It features an array of guests artists that join him in creating an album with the forward leaning sound that has come to define his music. Guest artists include Common, Cali y El Dandee, Buddy, Hermeto Pascoal, Roge, Guinga, Sheléa, Sugar Joans, Gracinha Leporace and Joe Pizzulo.

IrelandCeltic Thunder

Combining ten years of Celtic Thunder hits, this collection focuses on their most popular Irish and Celtic songs that have made them one of the best-loved and most successful musical acts on Public TV and on tour since 2008.

Je Suis Africain
Je Suis AfricainRachid Taha

Rachid Taha wrote this Arabic-punk-electro piece with guitars, balafon, and mouth harp before succumbing to a heart attack on September 12, 2018. With boundless energy, Taha co-wrote the songs with Toma Feterman, diving deep into his roots. First, Algerian Chaâbi, so subtle, yet so complex. Then rock, which took the world by storm during the postwar period, and punk, its offshoot, in the style of The Clash.

Josef Josef
Josef JosefJosef Josef

Josef Josef's first album consists of twelve songs, six of which are in Yiddish. It also includes gypsy songs, traditional pieces from Russia and the Balkans (Serbia, Moldova), and original compositions. These five musicians and singers come from the former group Les Yeux Noirs. The violin interacts with the guitar and the accordion, and, in a less traditional way, with the drums and the bass.

LP5John Moreland

The elevated production on John Moreland's fifth solo album provides a stunning backdrop for his masterful and poetic lyrics, creating his most powerful work to date.

Man on Fire
Man on FireDanny Barnes

The new album from banjo virtuoso Danny Barnes was produced by Dave Matthews and finds Barnes collaborating with musical legends including Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones on bass & mandolin, Bill Frisell on guitar & Matt Chamberlain on percussion. With Man On Fire Barnes insists that we not only bear witness but that we also step outside of ourselves, that we treat our brothers & sisters with the empathy & grace they deserve.


Originally a digital-only release, Ozuna's hit album is now available on CD. The latest from the Latin music sensation includes collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Swae Lee, Nicky Jam, Diddy, DJ Snake, and more.

Putumayo: Celtic Women
Putumayo: Celtic WomenVarious Artists

A captivating collection featuring many of Ireland and Scotland’s most enchanting female voices. The collection includes Capercaillie, Cara Dillon, Éilís Kennedy, Lasairfhíona, Rose Laughlin, Karen Matheson, Maighread & Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill, Rebecca Pidgeon, Cathie Ryan, and Emily Smith.

Saturn Return
Saturn ReturnThe Secret SIsters

This latest album from The Secret Sisters reflects on how to find power and resilience in the face of an unfair world as we age and mature. Their ultimate goal was to provide a message of unity and inclusiveness. Songs include Late Bloomer, Tin Can Angel, and Water Witch.

Seasons of India: Seasonal Ragas
Seasons of India: Seasonal RagasBaluji Shrivastav

Multi-instrumentalist virtuoso and composer Baluji Shrivastav was raised in rural India. Throughout his childhood he experienced the seasonal customs, festivals and traditions that surrounded daily life. This collection reflects his interpretation of that interception of life and music in India.

SketchesNatalie MacMaster

A superstar in the Celtic music world, Natalie MacMaster built her career on electrifying playing and innovative recordings that stretched the world music genre into contemporary commercial acceptance. MacMaster returned to the studio to record a new solo album after eight years, resulting in this fiery collection of traditional tunes and medleys mixed with new compositions teeming with retrospect and legacy.

Totem-SismicPolifonic System

A French beatboxing champion, an interstellar flutist, a bagpipe charmer, and a polyphonist minstrel agreed on a common repertoire, drawn from old Occitan dancing songs mixed with jerk, electronic music, or rock n' roll. Polifonic System's four members unite with incredible agility, reaching to a trance with casualness and humor.