The music from your travels, the music that makes you want to travel...The best of World Music to dance, chill, relax or muse...with background info on the places from where the music comes from, where to listen to it live, where to get it for keeps, and how to get there. Travel With Your Ears™ first, then let the music take you there...follow me on a musical and visual journey which I guarantee will be filled with beautiful images, sounds, melodies and rhythms that I hope will inspire and influence your decisions for your next travels!
It is my pleasure to invite you to check the pages with informative content and to click on the many videos, playlists, individual songs and plentiful links that will guide you and allow you to go deeper into your auditory adventure through the music and places of our World. Thank you for your support in this endeavour, please spread the word by sharing and recommending. Visit often as I will be regularly adding music, playlists, videos and content to the site...
Launched on 28 July 2016, content is step by step being added, so please bookmark to revisit as often as you want, play a video at a time, listen to the playlists at work or on your commute, check the contents, follow the links, and most of all, enjoy the music by all the talended artists from around the World festured here...Peace!
MUSIC IS TRULY A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE
Often a cliché, it is however true that music is present in every culture, every religion, every period in time, every continent, island, region, valley, jungle, or everywhere human beings can be found. Our long-ago ancestors made music, our most isolated fellow humans make music, and few are the people who never listen or who don't enjoy one musical genre or the other.
There have been times when some, for religious or for oppressive reasons, have tried to stop the music, but they never succeeded. From those enslaved on plantations, those who were imprisoned in camps or those living under regimes that forbade music, music has always sprung up, been a source of hope or joy in times of hardships. In fact, the pains of oppression have often been expressed through song and music.
Whether using one's own voice, objects for percussion, objects resonating with wind or strings, or the more modern use of electronics and anything else the human imagination has conceived to create music, there are millions of genres, tunes, rhythms or styles of music for us to enjoy, from primal chants and drumming to the most sophisticated instrumentations, from authentic traditional music to chart topping hits.
Whereas the airwaves are dominated by the most commercial and popular styles of music, often nowadays having a tendency to sound very much alike, the genre called 'World Music' for lack of a better term, brings to listeners a fascinating diversity of auditory experiences, helps opening to and understanding the diversity of cultures on the planet and simply broadens our horizons, while making us travel with our ears, and our eyes to when the video clips of the tunes showcase landscape and cultures from faraway places.
Dream along and travel along with the regularly updated selection of World Music and World Reggae videos on this page, and explore inside for hundreds more videos, and partake in this universal language that is music...!
MUSIC DURING CONFINEMENT : CHECK HERE FOR WORLD MUSIC VIDEOS MADE BY MUSICIANS DURING OR ABOUT CONFINEMENT. THE WORLD MAY HAVE STOPPED, BUT MUSIC GOES ON...
Hongor Ur Min, a traditional folk song, with a conservation message in the images, by G. Erdenechimeg from Mongolia
Mimouna Reggada, a highly danceable rhythm with various North African influences, by Talibi One from Morocco
Tengo El Don, an energetic urban dance rhythm, by La Liga and Alika Nueva Alianza from Argentina
Aakash Ta Kapchilo Kan, a song from the mystical wandering order of the Bauls from Bengal, by Ghulam Fakir from India
Siuil A Ruin, a dreamy Irish love song with stunning Irish backdrops, by Celtic origins, Australian born singer Ella Roberts
Ragajuma, a beautiful love song with images of the diversity and beauty of African women, by El Hadj N'Diaye from Senegal
Paloma Blanca, a traditional Huayno from the Andean region of Ayacucho, by the group Los Cholos from Peru
Neta Ji, a song with a political message by Joint Family Internationale from Nepal
To Pa Tousel, a fusion of Reggae and Sega called Seggae, by Natir Chamarel from the island of Mauritius
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Spotify playlist of music from all countries and genres (select Shuffle on your player). For full playlist, go to my profile and play the World Music Chill & Dance party list ...enjoy exploring!
Click on the images below to get to the music and start your audio travels ... ˇ
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