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76 Jim Moray

E l l y L u c a s

P a t r i c k J e r e d

40 Harp of Darkness

UPFRONT 06 Top of the World CD 09 What’s New 12 Obituaries 14 WOMAD Gallery 16 Introducing... Bantou Mentale & Elaha Soroor 18 Simon Says 19 Letters 21 Spotlight:

Inna De Yard

FEATURES 22 Nitin Sawhney

Reflecting Beyond Skin 28 Jambinai

Blurring the lines between traditional and heavy metal 34 Rowan Rheingans

Connecting the past with the present and future 38 Kudsi Erguner

Upholding Turkey’s Sufi musical traditions 40 Harp of Darkness

Kudsi Erguner Upholding Turkey’s Sufi musical traditions Harp of Darkness In search of India’s pariah instrument

In search of India’s pariah instrument

REVIEWS 46 Africa 48 Americas 52 Europe 59 Asia 60 Middle East 61 Pacific 62 Fusion 67 Classical & Jazz 68 World Cinema 70 Live Reviews

68 World Cinema 70 Live Reviews

“The climax of the song may

“The climax of the song may be the loudest thing Songlines

Songlines has ever heard... Jambinai has ever heard... Jambinai are not endorsed by any reputable ontologist” David Hutcheon describes the

South Korean band on p28

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14 Jojo Abot at WOMAD

T o m

A s k e w -

M i l l e r

REGULARS

72 My World:

John Hegley 75 Postcard from

Ulaanbaatar 76 Beginner’s Guide to Jim Moray 78 Festival Pass:

83 85 87 95 97 98

Arabesques Festival 81 Dispatch from Tallinn 83 Quickfire 85 My Instrument:

Tuulikki Bartosik 87 Gig Guide 95 Overseas Festivals 97 Soapbox 98 Essential 10:

Korean New Wave

38 Kudsi Erguner The master of the ney weighs in on Turkey’s Sufi music revival

38 Kudsi Erguner The master of the ney weighs in on Turkey’s Sufi music revival

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