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World Dance
  • Artist: Do'a
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 700261245843
  • Item #: SRD124584
  • Genre: International
  • Release Date: 7/15/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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World Dance on CD

New 24 bit Mastering and Reissue of the Original 1987 Recording. Released in 1988, this album was originally distributed by Global Pacific/CBS and reached the top 10 of several national charts including #7 in Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. Featuring the composing and arranging of Randy Armstrong and Ken LaRoche this quintet album showcases a suite in three movements by Randy Armstrong composed for the 1986 United Nations International Year of Peace and the song \'Wayo\' composed by Ken LaRoche which received the most radio airplay of any Do\'a World Music Ensemble song and was featured on Entertainment Tonight. This album was the last and 5th album recorded by Do\'a World Music Ensemble featuring musicians Marty Quinn, Volker Nahrmann and Charlie Jennision and includes Bonus Tracks of \'Wayo\' and \'World Dance\' - the Radio Airplay Singles. Reviews: "Before the Talking Heads recorded Remain in Light, before Peter Gabriel programmed his drum machines to play African poly-rhythms, before Paul Simon and Graceland, and before the term \'world music\' was ever coined, there was Do\'a." - Lahri Bonds, Dirty Linen Folk and World Music Review \'#7 Adult Contemporary Chart\' -Billboard \'This is music that transcends our time while being rooted in the past, music that soars to the heavens while keeping us in touch with the earth.\' -EastWest Journal.