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Ancient Future
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Ancient Future is a musical ensemble popular in the world music genre. Founded in 1978, it is known for starting world fusion music, blending centuries-old music traditions, along with mixing them with modern music, such as jazz, rock or reggae.
Website
http://www.ancient-future.com
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Releases on file (8)
Ancient Future — Yearning for the Wind Ancient Future — Yearning for the Wind
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 20302, 2014, DL / Enhanced AV CD)
Ancient Future  — Planet Passion Ancient Future — Planet Passion
(Ancient-Future.Com Records AF 2010, 2001, CD)
Ancient Future — Asian Fusion Ancient Future — Asian Fusion
(Narada Equinox ND-63023, 1993, CD)
Ancient Future — World without Walls Ancient Future — World without Walls
(Narada Sona Gaia ND-62763, 1990, CD)
Ancient Future — Dreamchaser Ancient Future — Dreamchaser
(Narada N 62754, 1988, LP & CD)
Ancient Future — Quiet Fire Ancient Future — Quiet Fire
(Narada ND-61012, 1986, LP / CD)
Ancient Future  — Natural Rhythms Ancient Future — Natural Rhythms
(Philo 9006, 1981/1994, CD)
Ancient Future — Visions of a Peaceful Planet Ancient Future — Visions of a Peaceful Planet
(Beauty AF79, 1980, LP)

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