American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of northwest South America rising in southwest Colombia and flowing about 1,609 km (1,000 mi) along the Colombia-Peru border to the Amazon River in northwest Brazil.
“Edgar, who spent years as a globe-trekking talent scout for the world music label Putumayo before launching his own label, Cumbancha, in 2006.”
“She took part in two albums for the American label Putumayo and in compilations released in Europe.”
“World music label Putumayo puts their signature melting-pot spin on this absolutely joyful compilation.”
“In the morning of the 8th of July they caught sight of the village of San Antonio, two or three little houses lost in the trees at the mouth of the Iça, or Putumayo, which is about nine hundred meters wide.”
“San Antonio, two or three little houses lost in the trees at the mouth of the Iça, or Putumayo, which is about nine hundred meters wide.”
“There are a number of other labels that specialize in world music, such as Putumayo, Mondo Melodia, and World Village, all of which are worth the attention of the interested.”
“Kiril has contributed tracks to various compilations released worldwide by labels such as Putumayo, 10 KILO, Pschent Music, Third Ear Music and Distinctive Records.”
“Companies that make CD compilations also sell them online, including Savoy Label Group LLC and Putumayo World Music, which started sales Tuesday.”
“Putumayo World Music is releasing South Africa, a celebration of the musical diversity of South Africa.”
“With his extensive background as a yoga instructor and musician, Sean Johnson, founder of Wild Lotus Yoga studio in New Orleans, collaborated closely with Putumayo on this project.”
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