There's some strange cool song with Sandip Burman, bf+sb2000-05-12d2t07.mp3. Anyone know what it's based on? Other than that, it's worth listening definitely to Moontides, Ambrose, Up And Running, Sea Brazil, Joban Dna Nopia, Waltz for Abby, Spectacle, October Winds, and Scratch & Sniff live version!
Bela Fleck and Toumani Diabate: a brief interview and a few songs from the studio performances by the two artists can be found on National Public Radio "Morning Edition"'s 4/13/2009 session: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=103002655
The kind of the banjo in modern history; for those who are new to Bela's world is ranges from Classical to Bluegrass to Fusion. Not every style he tries works for all, but if you like the banjo there is something in Bela's music you'll love.