Putumayo Records Presents:
Best of Folk Music 1993
Putumayo World Music was established in 1993 to introduce people to the music of the world's cultures. The label grew out of the Putumayo clothing company, founded by Dan Storper in 1975 and sold in 1997.
In the past ten years, Putumayo World Music has become known primarily for its upbeat and melodic compilations of great international music characterized by the company's motto: “guaranteed to make you feel good!” Putumayo’s CD covers feature the distinctive art of Nicola Heindl, whose colorful, folkloric style represents one of Putumayo's goals: to connect the traditional to the contemporary. By combining appealing music and visuals with creative retail marketing, Putumayo has developed a unique brand identity - a rarity in today's artist-based music industry.
01-Mary Black - Past the Point of Rescue.mp3
02-John Steward - Irresistible Targets.mp3
03-Indigo Girls - Hammer and a Nail.mp3
04-Greg Trooper - Ireland.mp3
05-Christine Lavin - Never Go Back.mp3
06-John McCutcheon - Know When To Move.mp3
07-Joan Baez - Play Me Backwards.mp3
08-Dougie Maclean - Turning Away.mp3
09-Kristen Hall - Out in the Country.mp3
10-Greg Brown - Who Woulda Thunk It.mp3
11-Catie Curtis - Mine Fields (From Years to Hours).mp3
12-John Gorka - B.B. King was Wrong.mp3
13-Cliff Eberhardt - My Father's Shoes.mp3
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