Ian Nagoski Brings Us Obscure World-Music 78s

Michael Northrup
Baltimore City Paper | October 30, 2007
That elusive journey to another time and place purely via ephemeral music is what Nagoski aims for with The Black Mirror. It's a 24-track tour through obscure Syrian, Thai, Balinese, Indian, and various Eastern European folk music, with liner notes providing the best information Nagoski could uncover about the recordings, the music, and the artists.

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