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Around the World in 575 Songs: Europe; Volume 1
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Nick Wall | 4 comments I'm just publishing a 4 volume series on world music. There's information on the project here - Reviews can be of one volume, or of the whole work. To put this together, I have had to research the music and culture of every country in the world, from Kiribati to Kazakhstan, Every country has its own chapter, and because every country is special and different, so are the chapters.

These books are aimed at anyone with a passion for exploring other cultures. They're books that can change the whole way that some of us think about, and listen to, music.

I'm not looking for paid reviews. If you leave your email address here, I'll send you a link to the pdfs of all four books.

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Nick Wall | 4 comments MOBI and ePub versions are now also available - please email me at for free review copies. It's open to you of course to review just one volume, or the full set.

Nick Wall

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Nick Wall | 4 comments Volume 1 (Europe) is on sale at $0.99 through to 12 February:

If you're looking for a book that you can get your teeth into, you won't be disappointed.

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Nick Wall | 4 comments "Wall is a civil servant yet writes with flair and insight. His entries avoid cliché, he sketches out artist biographies with considerable élan and makes points and links that caused me to think about the music and its surrounding environment. " - Songlines magazine

"Nick Wall presents us with a thoroughly readable, well-researched and stimulating analysis of the sheer variety of music across the world. Every section stimulates the reader to explore the music on the website - and beyond. At the same time, we are encouraged to engage with the cultures, history and personalities of every single country. That's no mean feat." - Fatea Magazine

Reviewers still welcome !

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