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单曲
  1. Yta Jourias - "Adome Nyueto" (Bosq rework) (8:10)
  2. Roger Damawuzan - "Loxo Nye" (Pushin Wood remix) (5:39)
  3. Napo De Mi Amor - "Cacatchoule "Berceuse Bassari"" (3:04)
  4. Sewavi Jacintho - "Miade Dua" (5:35)
Review: Hot Casa's latest must-have release is a veritable smorgasbord of Togolese treats. It focuses specifically on obscure soul music made in Togo in the 1970s, with two hard-to-find original cuts being joined by two contemporary re-edits of similarly obscure classics. The EP opens with Bosq's smooth, dancefloor-focused tweal of Yta Jourias's breezy, horn-heavy tropical soul workout "Adome Nyueto", before Pushin Wood takes over and adds a little contemporary electronic bounce - and some particularly colourful synths - to Roger Damawuzan's "Loxo Nye". Over on side B, Napo De Mi Amor's "Cacatchoule Berceuse Bassari" is a fuzzy soul shuffler rich in bright, Juju style guitar solos, hazy vocals and Hammond organ stabs, while Sewavi Jacintho's "Miade Dua" is a sweatier and heavier concoction powered by loose-limbed drumming and sun-kissed instrumentation.
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Abu Ali (Record Store Day 2019) (limited yellow vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: WWSLP 021LP. Rel: 30 Apr 19
International
  1. Abu Ali (13:12)
  2. Prelude (Theme From Mais El Rim) (12:49)
Review: Wewantsounds' 2019 Record Store Day release takes us back to 1978 and a hard-to-find 12" single from Lebanese composer, pianist, playwright and political commentator Ziad Rahbani. "Abu Ali" is perhaps not Rahbani's best known work - in the Arab world his various albums are far more celebrated - but it is one that has chimed with Western audiences thanks to its assimilation of elements of American disco, soul and funk. The title track is something of a beast: a 10-minute epic that wraps Arabic orchestration, mazy horn refrains and prominent piano motifs around an atmospheric disco groove and intergalactic synthesizer lines. It's bonkers but brilliant, making this reissue more than welcome. On the flipside there's a chance to enjoy "Prelude (Theme from Mais El Rim)", an epic example of Rahbani's 1970s soundtrack work.
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专辑
  1. Katakata (15:51)
  2. Soyoyo (17:12)
Review: Following Hot Casa's reissue of his second album The Black Isaiah Of Africa in 2017, here comes the long awaited repress of Kingsley Aigbologa Bucknor's incredible debut album. Rarer than hen's teeth, known to pass hands for triple figures and so vibrantly freeform and longform; both extensive 15+ minute tracks take up a side each as Kings and his 16 player / 10 backing singer Afrodisk Beat 79 troupe lay down two crisp Afrofunk trips. Singular.
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La'Ila (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PMG 016LP. Rel: 26 May 16
International
  1. Funky Girl (4:48)
  2. Be Yourself (And Don't Let Nobody Be You) (5:18)
  3. Feel Alone (6:59)
  4. Orule (6:18)
  5. La'Ila (Poor Man's Cry) (4:32)
  6. Tell Me (4:29)
  7. I Don't Want No-Body (To Tell Me What To Do) (4:49)
Review: Also known as the Heads Funk Band, Akwassa were a Nigerian afrobeat ensemble who only produced a few LPs under that particular moniker, but they're ones that have lasted well in the memories of collectors worldwide. La'lla was their 1975 debut, originally out on the Afrodisia label, and we have it here once again in reissue format by PMG out of Austria. "Funky Girl" kicks the party off with a groove that is might difficult not to like - upbeat vocals meet funky synth lines and quirky organs to make a true summer blazer - but the rest of the album follows in a similarly excellent style. "Orule", for example, is one of the best undiscovered afro bombs we've heard in time, those sweet soulful vocals riding high amid a fast-paced percussion rhythm, while others are deeper still and evoke the true spirit of African soul. Very highly recommended.
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Played by: Dj soFa
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Cat: COMET 082LP. Rel: 10 Jan 18
International
  1. Asiko (7:55)
  2. Get Together (5:55)
  3. Black Voices (7:34)
  4. The Same Blood (8:12)
  5. Asiko (In A Silent mix) (9:29)
  6. Black Voices (We Are We Play mix) (5:51)
  7. ARIYA (Psychedelic Juju mix) (7:02)
Review: Since its release in 1999, Tony Allen's Black Voices album has earned a reputation as an overlooked modern classic. While a scaled-down reissue appeared on Kindred Spirits in 2014, this edition marks the first "full repress" of the original double-album version. The Doctor L-produced set remains hugely alluring, thanks largely to the warm and attractive mixture of Allen's loose and languid Afrobeat rhythms, fluid jazz and jazz-funk instrumentation and vocals that recall the legendary drummer's work with Fela Kuti. Like the original set, you'll find a number of tasty dancefloor reworks nestled on the second disc, with the fuzzy and disco-fied PsychojujuMix of "Ariya" - complete with rubbery bass and sweaty drum solos - standing out.
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Jorge Ben (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 700126. Rel: 28 Aug 19
International
  1. Criola (3:32)
  2. Domingas (3:32)
  3. Cade Teresa? (3:24)
  4. Barbarella (3:16)
  5. Pais Tropical (4:11)
  6. Take It Easy My Brother Charles (2:38)
  7. Descobri Que Eu Sou Um Anjo (4:05)
  8. Bebete Vaobora (2:35)
  9. Quem Foi Que Roubou A Sopeira De Porcelana Chinesa Que A Vovo Ganhou Da Da Baronesa? (3:10)
  10. Que Pena (3:03)
  11. Charles, Anjo 45 (4:53)
Review: Hard strumming samba groove specialist Jorge Ben was always one to bring exciting new influences to his music. On his sixth studio album he did so again, exploring everything from football fandom to romances with various young ladies via real self-awareness, all with his flair-filled and inventive lyrical style. Musically the album touches on soul and psychedelia with a genuine sense of liveliness and it marked a real commercial success for the artist, who - by the time of its release in 1969 - was already a venerated great in his native Brazil. To sum up, this is an essential work from a samba great.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
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Ethiopiques 30: Mistakes On Purpose (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: HS 161VL. Rel: 14 Feb 17
International
  1. Tewedjign Endehu (Ahun Negerign) (3:33)
  2. Ene Negn Bay Manesh (4:23)
  3. Muziqawi Silt (6:26)
  4. Enken Yelelebesh (4:00)
  5. Bemelkesh Aydelem (9:29)
  6. Feqer Ende Krar (Yebeqagnal) (3:54)
  7. Meslogn Neber (3:31)
  8. Fetsum Fetsum (Tirulegn Tolo) (2:51)
  9. For Amha (5:55)
  10. Set Alamenem (5:15)
  11. Wub Nat (3:57)
  12. Melewetesh Menew (6:20)
  13. Tsegereda (3:52)
  14. (Malus Track) Tewedjign Endehu (Ahun Negerign) (3:15)
Review: Paris' Heavenly Sweetness label is rightly proud of this 30th volume in the Ethiopiques series. It's a cross-generational collaboration between legendary Ethiopian singer and keyboardist Girma Beyene - best known for his jazz work in the late 1960s - and contemporary Parisian band Akala Wube. Given that the latter is dedicated to creating music inspired by Ethiopian music of the '60s and '70s, it's little surprise to find that Mistakes On Purpose is a hugely enjoyable and authentic-sounding set (think funk, soul and jazz with an East African twist). To add an extra level of authenticity, Ethiopiques founder and East African music specialist Francis Falceto acted as producer.
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Carlos Erasmo... (gatefold LP + booklet)
Cat: LITA 149. Rel: 16 Jan 17
International
  1. De Noite Na Cama (3:18)
  2. Masculino, Feminino (4:35)
  3. E Preciso Dar Um Jeito, Meu Amigo (3:46)
  4. Dois Animais Na Selva Suja Da Rua (3:08)
  5. Gente Aberta (2:22)
  6. Agora Ninguem Chora Mais (2:39)
  7. Sodoma E Comorra (2:19)
  8. Mundo Deserto (2:32)
  9. Nao Te Quero Santa (2:46)
  10. Cica, Cecilia (3:36)
  11. Em Busca Das Cancoes Perdidas No 2 (2:44)
  12. 26 Anos De Vida Normal (2:20)
  13. Maria Joana (3:43)
Review: You might recognize Erasmo Carlos from the infamous Roberto E Erasmo Carlos outfit, the two-piece band that he was part of with his long-time collaborator, Roberto Carlos. Known as one of Rio De Janeiro's musical legends, Erasmo has put out an innumerable amount of music throughout his career, the majority of which has come out for titanic labels such as Polydor. To that point, Erasmo's music is is also part of the much coveted 'latin jazz' sound from collectors like Joe Davis or Gilles Peterson, who have contributed to the diffusion of the genre's popularity in the UK. Carlos, Erasmo is his 1971 LP, and it's every bit as fresh and zesty as we'd left it. If you're into the sounds of other aritsts like Marcos Valle, then this will undoubtedly please your every sense, thanks to a sweet combination of placid funk, psyched-out pop, and gentle swarms of jazzy instrumentation. Excellent.
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Jazz Afro Occitan (reissue) (limited LP + insert)
Cat: DD 03. Rel: 04 Apr 18
Jazz
  1. Al Coltrane (9:35)
  2. Magali Vous Dit Merde (1:44)
  3. Aden Arabie (10:25)
  4. Hortus (8:41)
  5. Bourree Du Ceor (8:03)
  6. Sarhaoui (7:31)
Review: French label Diggers Digest are proud to announce the release of Cossi Anatz. Following up editions in their deep jazz reissue series such as Koute Jazz, Protest & Spirit Jazz from France (1970-1976) and Freedom Jazz France. This long awaited release is an overlooked French jazz album, mixing the North African, Arabic and Occitan music with free jazz/spiritual vibes - this is a real singular sound. Composed and partly recorded live by Michel Marre (L'Intercommunal Free Dance Orchestra) with former Marius Cultier band member Rene Nan on drums. As it says on the cover, this is 'Jazz Afro-occitan' and nothing describes it better. An offIcial reissue here, strictly limited to 500 copies.
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Afro Progresivo (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: PHS 058. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Funk
  1. Cuasares (5:28)
  2. Transmigracion (3:03)
  3. Colision (2:16)
  4. Matacion (2:12)
  5. Ancestral (2:08)
  6. Vertical (1:38)
  7. Evenescente (4:15)
  8. Amalgama (2:59)
  9. Pentatonik (2:29)
  10. Simbiosis (3:06)
Review: Previously spotted changing hands for over L300, the mysterious Argentinian band's one and only album from 1973 gets a long-awaited reissue and the moment you put the needle on it, you can hear why it's been in such demand. A frenetic, fiery instrumental saga that brings Latin, Afrobeat and funk together in one thick, spicy brew that ranges from poignant introversion ("Evenescente") to pure duelling guitar theatre ("Colision") Not dissimilar to acts such Azymuth, this really is a remarkable piece of work. Significant props to Pharaway Sounds for the excavation.
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Cat: PSR 021. Rel: 10 Apr 18
International
  1. Legba, God Of The Sacred Gate (5:58)
  2. Damballah, Sky God (Wedo Lele Wedo) (3:22)
  3. Agwe, Goddess Of Sea Ceremony (2:35)
  4. Erzulle, Goddess Of Love (2:16)
  5. Ogoun, God Of Power (2:44)
  6. Litany (Action De Grace) & Libation (0:55)
  7. Ghede Chant (5:38)
  8. Invocation To Azacca, God Of Agriculture (1:10)
  9. Azacca Possession (2:59)
  10. Ghede, God Of Crossroads (2:34)
  11. Azacca (1:30)
  12. Congo Cult (2:21)
  13. Petro Cult (2:06)
  14. Banda Dance For Ghede (5:33)
  15. RaRa Festival (6:06)
  16. Mardi Gras Carnival (1:07)
Review: Maya Deren was an avant-garde American filmmaker with a sideline in field recordings. During the early 1950s, she traveled to Haiti to investigate the country's notorious voodoo religion, in the process getting some of the first recordings of traditional songs and tribal chants. While Elektra Records released some of these in 1953, it took until 1980 for the full set to be come out. Wisely, Psychic Sounds has licensed that album, Divine Horsemen - The Voodoo Gods of Haiti, for this superb reissue. As you'd expect, the recordings are on the fuzzy side, but hugely atmospheric. Densely percussive and rich in chanted vocals, with the humid stickiness of local wildlife audible in the background, they feel like essential echoes of a now distant past.
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  1. Rmani Rih (9:44)
  2. Zifaf Filfada (4:26)
  3. Khallani Ghriba (5:47)
  4. Musika Munreal (4:24)
  5. Twahachna Klamak (9:15)
  6. Raksatoun Fillail (4:37)
Review: First issue of this previously unreleased Oriental psych monster from the 'organ king of Casablanca and second part of Abdou El Omari's Nuits-trilogy combining traditional rhythms with spaced out modern sounds. This album contains heavenly compositions for the Moroccan diva Najma Samih and some moody instrumentals in a similar vein to the first album. A very curious mixture of traditional Middle Eastern Music with lounge, and even rock music style drumming on several tracks. High quality pressing. Artwork and label design by Pieter Heytens.
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  1. Onye Kata - Obia (8:26)
  2. Olise Nekwu (8:12)
  3. Azuka - Ego (8:29)
  4. Late Ali Chukuma (8:30)
Review: According to the dusty-fingered diggers behind Bongo Joe Disques, General Franco Lee Ezute is the "aficionado's choice" when it comes to the "Anioma sound", a variant on the Igbo highlife style that was popular in Nigeria during the 1970s and '80s. If you are unsure what the style sounds like, we'd recommend checking this reissue of "Onye Kata Obia", an obscure, four-track release from the musician and his backing band, Harmony International, that was most likely recorded around the turn of the '80s. Full of glistening guitars, heartfelt vocals and insatiable, dancefloor-friendly rhythms, it's one of the most joyous and sun-soaked records you're ever likely to hear.
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Cat: PMG 047LP. Rel: 19 Dec 16
International
  1. Warteef Jigeen (6:50)
  2. Leen Te Koun (8:32)
  3. Mamadu Bitike (12:01)
  4. N.T.C. The Gambia (9:12)
  5. Jilanna (8:03)
  6. President Diawara (8:38)
Review: Gambia's Guelewar Band Of Banjul have been sat right at the top of the African psych game since the 1980s and, although they released a highly successful album in 2011, Halleli N' Dakarou, they have remained largely silent since the golden era of afrobeat. In fact, this latest reappearance form the band comes int he form of a reissue of 1981's Warteef Jigeen, a time when the group was really beginning to take shape and find their sound. The title track is the perfect opener thanks to some prophetic vocals, a big beat accompaniment, and something beautifully 60s garage about it. Other favourites include the more Afro-leaning "Mamadu Bitike", the Fela-style charge that is "NTC The Gambia", and the instantly hummable horns of "Jilanna". What a corker - highly recommended!
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Philantropiques (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HS 190VL. Rel: 15 Apr 19
International
  1. Voyaging Bird (feat Jowee Omicil) (7:32)
  2. Mucagiami (feat Vum Vum) (3:48)
  3. Ja Nao Ha Mais Paz (feat Catia Werneck) (6:45)
  4. Groove Ma Poule (feat Djeuhdjoah & Lieutenant Nicholson) (3:54)
  5. Daddy Sweet (feat Pat Kalla) (6:18)
  6. Li Dous Konsa (5:59)
  7. Kenk Corner (3:50)
  8. Sa Ce Kado (6:25)
  9. Shake It & Rise Up (4:05)
  10. Nosso Carimbo E Do Mundo (feat Pinduca & Nazar Peirera) (3:53)
  11. Matadou (3:36)
  12. Se Nou Menm (4:06)
  13. Boug Bagay La (4:23)
  14. Penda (feat Emma Lamadji & Kandy Guira) (3:48)
Review: Under the Guts guise, instrumental hip-hop beat-maker turned tropical soul enthusiast Fabrice Franck Henri has become one of Heavenly Sweetness' most reliable artists. "Philantropiques" is Henri's first album for three years and could well be his most expansive and adventurous to date. The set's 14 tracks are as colourful and musically rich as you'd expect, with the storied producer and a range of vocal collaborators conjuring up tracks that draw influence from a myriad of Central American, Caribbean, South American and African styles. The results are uniformly excellent, with highlights including the tropical shuffle of "Mucagiami (feat Vum Vum)", the sun-kissed French Caribbean funk of "Daddy Sweet (feat Pat Kalla)", the Afro-Tropical rush of "Kenk Corner" and the synth-powered brilliance of "Shake It & Rise Up".
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Cat: PMG 054LP. Rel: 15 Feb 17
Funk
  1. Rosemary (5:34)
  2. Give It To Me (4:35)
  3. Feelin' Alright (4:30)
  4. Too Much (4:47)
  5. Love To Love You (5:57)
  6. You (4:27)
  7. Aint No Use (4:00)
  8. Daily Prayer (4:56)
Review: According to the label, Nigerian singer Kiki Gyan's star "didn't burn long, but it burned bright." As a member of Afro funk super group Osibisa at 15; he was millionaire by 18 and regarded as one of the best keyboardists in the world at the tender age of 21. In 1983 he 'dived head first into the New York party scene', took a lot of drugs, spent a lot of time in clubs and got together a team of crack local musicians to record Feelin' Alright. All the artist's trademark elements are present and in full effect on this LP. The album contains irresistible elements of electronic funk, boogie and disco with the track "Rosemary" becoming a hit across Nigeria and Ghana. Kiki Gyan would never quite better this moment, for his addictions eventually took hold and he died aged only 47 at a church in Ghana. This very album 'remains one of the brightest stars in his extraordinary constellation.'
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Played by: Alan Dente
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Cat: HC 43LP. Rel: 06 Oct 16
Funk
  1. Free My People (4:53)
  2. Greetings (6:13)
  3. Wake Up Your Mind (6:01)
  4. Champions & Superstars (6:16)
  5. Do The Funkro (4:04)
  6. Watch Out (6:15)
Review: Joni Haastrup's classic, cosmic disco LP is among the best of the best in terms of Afrobeat. What is particularly special about it is its 1978 release date - this was miles ahead of everyone else at that stage of African disco music - and the fact that it was the only piece of music to be released under the artist's real name. There is not much we can say about this absolute gem of an album, apart from the fact that it should not be missing from your own shelves, or DJ bag, for that matter. On the latter point, these six tunes are perfect for just about any situation requiring a dance. This is top Afrobeat beat music in all its glory. NOT to be missed. Warmly recommended...
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Cat: PMG 078LP. Rel: 29 May 18
International
  1. Hello There (4:48)
  2. Gbata Ngwa (Egwu Abia) (6:40)
  3. Four In A Tangle (4:13)
  4. (When Will It Be) Right Time (4:23)
  5. That Man (6:29)
  6. The Way We Are (5:01)
  7. Hello There (reprise) (0:32)
Review: First Time Out by Theodora Ifudu first came out on a Nigerian pressing back in 1981, and it has been regarded a classic and a point of inspiration ever since. Not only does the album capture the rise of boogie and disco in her native homeland, but it also pushed the classic sound onto a newer, fresher platform that is still sounding somewhat different to her contemporaries. Our favourite tune on the A-side has to be "Gbata Ngwa (Egwu Abia)", its rolling bassline and bittersweet vocals working wonders, but the sounds of "That Man" and "The Way We Are" are equally ear-opening arrangements that will undoubtedly continue to have relevance into the next decade. A majestic album from a multi-talented Nigerian woman.
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Cara A Cara (LP + insert)
Cat: LER 1021. Rel: 18 Sep 19
International
  1. Tiempo Leve (3:25)
  2. Otros (3:19)
  3. Capitulos (2:01)
  4. Trasnoche (2:04)
  5. Corazones Solitarios (3:36)
  6. Fue Ayer (2:49)
  7. Ni Una Brisa (2:43)
  8. Cara A Cara (3:15)
  9. La Del Domingo (5:12)
  10. Co-Autoria (3:29)
  11. Sin Tus Pestanas (4:14)
  12. Noche De Brujas (2:34)
  13. Asiestar (2:05)
Review: From 1986-1991, Uruguayan vocalist and musician Mariana Ingold was a pivotal figure in the evolution of the indigenous Candombe rhythms of her homeland. She took the sound in new directions with artists like Eduardo Mateo, Jaime Roos, and Hugo Fattoruso across a series of albums that made use of the newly emerging synth technologies of the time. The result is a folk-y album of found sounds, acoustic guitars and majestic harmonies that are all tied together with Ingold's own delicate, elegant vocals. This collection draws her best work into one beautiful anthology that has upbeat numbers like "Trasnoche" next to soothing lullabies such as the heavenly "Tiempo Leve".
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Seu Jorge & Almaz (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: NA 5068. Rel: 29 Jul 10
International
  1. Errare Humanum Est
  2. The Model
  3. Cristina
  4. Saudosa Bahia
  5. Cirandar
  6. Tempo De Amor
  7. Everybody Loves The Sunshine
  8. Pai Joao
  9. Rock With You
  10. Cala Boca, Menino
  11. Girl You Move Me
  12. Juizo Final
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Cat: PMG 041LP. Rel: 19 Dec 16
International
  1. Moving World (4:22)
  2. Dracula Dance (3:41)
  3. Brotherhood Of Man (4:06)
  4. No Man Is Born To Suffer (3:23)
  5. Groovy Love (4:44)
  6. Jungle Music (5:41)
  7. Wale Tobite (3:14)
  8. Kelenkye Beat (5:03)
Review: PMG reissue Kelenkye Band's Moving World LP. In 1974, Augustus Kerry Taylor gathered the hottest musicians in Ghana and recorded an album of the heaviest, funkiest, American influenced music. He designed the cover with Fela Kuti and even released it on his own label. Moving World according to PMG 'is a funky, disparate album that exudes a rare warmth, enthusiasm and togetherness.' Of the album, Accra's leading DJ, Charlie Sam declared his mind 'well and truly boggled.' Although the band was comprised of some of the city's finest musicians, they never recorded another album. Augustus Kerry Taylor shut down the label and went back to designing album covers. But on the Moving World LP, they delivered something that many recognise as a seminal moment in '70s Ghanaian groove.
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Cat: KFR 20041. Rel: 14 Oct 16
International
  1. J'Ehin J'Ehin (7:27)
  2. E Gbe Mi O (13:17)
  3. Who're You (9:31)
  4. Buy Africa (5:51)
  5. Fight To Finish (7:26)
Review: Rather bizarrely, Fela's London Scene was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in 1971, but didn't get a UK release until the mid 1990s. This is the first time it has appeared on wax since. While the legendary Afrobeat pioneer and his equally revered backing band, Africa '70, may have been in unusual surroundings, the music showcased on the album was pure Nigerian Afrobeat gold. With Fela in fine form on the mic, and Africa '70 providing typically punchy, horn-heavy backing, tracks such as "E Gbe Mi O", "Buy Africa", and "Fight To The Finish" are every bit as good as anything they recorded in their Lagos studio. "Who're You", with its' changes of intensity and gentle progressions, is particularly good.
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 in stock $20.17
Nepa Oh Nepa (gatefold heavyweight vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: HC 41. Rel: 21 Apr 16
International
  1. Nepa (5:23)
  2. Talk To Me (4:07)
  3. Stay On Me (4:41)
  4. Wake Up (5:24)
  5. No One Can Rule The World (5:21)
  6. Talk To Me (1980 version) (5:33)
  7. Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo (5:06)
Review: Nigeria's Tee Mac has been a digger's favourite ever since his tunes came out in the 1980s, and alongside the likes of Willian Onyeabor, he has been one of the driving forces behind his country's afro-rock and afro-beat mania. France's Hot Casa have masterfully put together a compilation containing his best tunes, originally out on the Party Fever LP. This is all quality, but just to give you a little taster, you have the inimitable funk destroyer that is "Nepa",Tee Mac's notorious "Talk To Me" bombshell - a tune that verges closely to proto-house - the sublimely washed-out "Stay On Me", and the painfully hummable swings of "Wake Up". Recommended.
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Pata Pata (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: STRUT 180LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
International
  1. Pata Pata (mono) (3:01)
  2. Ha Po Zamani (mono) (2:56)
  3. What Is Love (mono) (2:45)
  4. Maria Fulo (mono) (2:37)
  5. Yetentu Tizaleny (mono) (2:50)
  6. Click Song Number One (mono) (2:20)
  7. Ring Bell, Ring Bell (mono) (2:52)
  8. Jol'Inkomo (mono) (3:00)
  9. West Wind (mono) (2:47)
  10. Saduva (mono) (3:44)
  11. A Piece Of Ground (mono) (3:38)
  12. Pata Pata (3:01)
  13. Ha Po Zamani (2:57)
  14. What Is Love (2:43)
  15. Maria Fulo (2:39)
  16. Yetentu Tizaleny (2:51)
  17. Click Song Number One (2:20)
  18. Ring Bell, Ring Bell (2:52)
  19. Jol'Inkomo (3:01)
  20. West Wind (2:48)
  21. Saduva (3:44)
  22. A Piece Of Ground (3:38)
Review: Recorded in New York in 1966, Miriam Makeba's "Pata Pata" - her first for the legendary Reprise Records imprint - has long been considered one of the most important and influential South African albums of all time. Strut certainly thinks so and has offered up a "definitive version" that contains both mono and stereo mixes of the album, alongside new sleeve notes that tell the singer's remarkable story in vivid detail. Musically the set is rooted in jazz, but also incorporates sounds, rhythms and instrumentation not only reflective of Makeba's home country, but also nods to American soul, Latin rhythms and calypso (the latter showcasing the influence of her mentor, Harry Belafonte).
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From Kinshasa (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: WCV 091. Rel: 17 Jul 15
International
  1. From Kinasha To The Moon (2:24)
  2. Shegue (5:16)
  3. Nganshe (6:13)
  4. Masobele (3:51)
  5. Coco Blues (5:43)
  6. Malukayi (feat Konono No1)
  7. Suzanna
  8. Kimpala Pala
  9. Kala
  10. 1 Million C'Est Quoi?
Review: From the bones of Staff Benda Bilili, Congolese misfits Mbongawna Star arise to make their debut. And it's clear their intention to turn African music completely on its head. From the hip-hop style chants and processed vocals of "Masobele" to the punk-like fury and frenzy of "Nganshe" via the soft, yearning bluegrass slides and soul of "Coco Blues", From Kinshasa fuses, amuses and at points confuses. Most importantly it keeps you coming back for more. Genuinely an album like no other.
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Cat: BEWITH 006LP. Rel: 27 Sep 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sweet Juju (4:45)
  2. Nomalizo (5:09)
  3. Nkedama (4:44)
  4. Hamba Nam We (4:37)
  5. Vumani Makhosi (4:58)
  6. Down By The River (5:08)
  7. The Village (4:25)
Review: South Africa's Letta Mbulu has put out a vast amount of quality material in her lifetime, and although the singer was based far away from Europe, her music was picked up by the London massive during the mid '80s at clubs like Dingwalls and featured heavily in the rare groove digs. The opener "Sweet Julu" is now a London two-step classic, while other tracks like "Nomalizo" or "The Village" are more on the disco side, all of them filtered with a distinctly tropical edge! A top reissue!
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Rich MEDINA/VARIOUS
Jump N Funk (gatefold 2xLP + 7")
BBE
Cat: BBE 338CLP. Rel: 26 Jul 16
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Fela Anikulapo Kuti & The Afrika Seventi - "Stalemate" (12:51)
  2. Aquil - "For The People" (2:59)
  3. Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80 - "Na Oil" (8:12)
  4. River Ocean - "Why Can't We Live Together" (Sao Benitez BV dub) (5:24)
  5. Asiko Afrobeat Ensemble - "Bushman" (8:16)
  6. Wale Oyejide - "Olodumare" (3:18)
  7. Atjazz - "For Real" (2011 edition part 1 - Atjazz remix) (7:34)
  8. Kutiman - "Bango Fields" (3:58)
  9. Original Nairobi Afro Band - "Soul Makossa (No 1)" (7") (4:20)
  10. Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Melody Maestroes - "Jungle Beat (Mutaba)" (3:05)
Review: Jump 'N' Funk started life as a small event in New York, organized by Rich Medina in order to pay tribute to the genius of Fela Kuti. Since then, parties have been held across the world, with Medina and guests showcasing music by, or inspired by, the Nigerian Afrobeat legend. This debut Jump N Funk compilation follows a similar formula, delivering both purist Afrobeat cuts (see Fela's punchy "Stalemate", and "Na Oil" by son Seun and his band, Egypt 80), and tracks in other styles that draw heavily on the style. Highlights in the latter category include the hazy Afro hip-hop of Aquil, a tasty Afro-house dub of River Ocean's cover of Timmy Thomas' classic "Why Can't We Live Together", and the lazy, sun-kissed glory of Kutiman's "Bango Fields".
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Ondatropica (gatefold 3xLP + 7" + booklet)
Cat: SNDWLP 045. Rel: 19 Jul 12
International
  1. Tiene Sabor, Tiene Sazon
  2. Punkero Sonidero
  3. Libya
  4. Suena
  5. Locomotora Borracha
  6. Remando
  7. Ska Fuentes
  8. 3 Reyes De La Terapia
  9. Gaita Tropica
  10. I Ron Man
  11. Dos Lucecitas
  12. Cumbia Especial
  13. Swing De Gillian
  14. Bomba Tropica
  15. Linda Manana
  16. El Caiman Y El Gallinazo
  17. Mambo Loco Especial
  18. Papi Shingaling
  19. Mi Negra
  20. Traigan La Batea
  21. Donde Suena El Bombo
  22. Curro Fuentes
  23. Descarga Tropica
  24. Cien Anos
  25. Rap Maya
  26. Pig Bag (bonus 7")
  27. Homenaje A Landero
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World Psychedelic Classics 5: Who Is William Onyeabor? (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: RT 54/8089900791. Rel: 21 Oct 13
International
  1. Body & Soul (10:07)
  2. Atomic Bomb (7:59)
  3. Good Name (10:04)
  4. Something You Will Never Forget (10:03)
  5. Why Go To War (9:00)
  6. Love Is Blind (7:50)
  7. Heaven & Hell (4:03)
  8. Let's Fall In Love (7:18)
  9. Fantastic Man (6:28)
  10. When The Going Is Smooth & Good (7:26)
  11. The Way To Win Your Love (7:01)
  12. Jungle Gods (4:05)
  13. Love Me Now (13:40)
Review: Following 2012's fourth volume that celebrated the existential work of Tim Maia, here we find Luaka Bop exploring the legacy of William Onyeabor. A high chief and Kenyan diplomat who allegedly refuses to discuss his music, he self-released eight albums in the 70s and 80s and these are some of the many highlights. Stretching from the New York-influenced post-punk synth funk of "Good Name" to the most authentic Afro fusion of "Why Go To War", Onyeabor's range not only reflects his clear creative skill, but also the ever-developing international language of music during the fruitful period he was active. Who is William Onyeabor? Press play and find out yourselves...
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Vinyl Boxset 2 (limited hand-numbered 4xLP box + 7" + poster + 16 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: LB 8003LP. Rel: 11 Nov 14
International
  1. Let's Fall In Love (Good Name)
  2. Good Name
  3. Something You'll Never Forget (Crashes In Love)
  4. Ride On Baby
  5. Crashes In Love
  6. Heaven & Hell
  7. The Way To Win Your Love (Body & Soul)
  8. Poor Boy
  9. Body & Soul
  10. I Believe In God
  11. The Moon & The Sun (Hypertension)
  12. Papa Na Mama
  13. Hypertension
  14. Politicians
  15. Body & Soul
  16. Onyeabor
Review: After the success of their Who Is William Onyeabor compilation last year, Luaka Bop have curated two ultimate collections that explore every nook and cranny of the near-mythical Nigerian dynamo who self-released eight albums between 78-85 before quitting music never to discuss his work publically again. Cherry picking the best elements of every genre (even ones of the future) Onyeabor's songwriting, coupled with some deliciously creative production techniques, still sound timeless now... The cosmic harmonies of "Heaven & Hell", the twitchy ESG-style punk-funk fusion of "Good Name", the calypso croons of "Crashes In Love", the list goes on. A true celebration of a unique man in African music, both this and Box Set 1 are fascinating documents.
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El Entierro (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: PRLP 003. Rel: 05 Apr 17
International
  1. El Sueno (3:07)
  2. Alacran (4:17)
  3. Fulana (4:47)
  4. La Dieta (6:01)
  5. Musico (5:32)
  6. Cuto Medina (7:10)
  7. La Conga (4:25)
  8. Cogiendo Pon (3:02)
Review: Northampton, Massachusetts based Peace & Rhythm presents glorious independent music on limited edition vinyl. Funk, world music and jazz are the focal points. Run by DJs, they've also served up some great stuff recently by Big Mean Sound Machine, SPAM Allstars and MAKU Soundsystem. But right here we've got a reissue of Puerto Rico's own Orquesta el Macabeo and their El Entierro LP from 2011 originally on Discos de Hoy. A unique combination of traditional salsa dura elements with a garage/punk/pop spirit featured here that's a truly wonderful listen. This album followed up Lluvia Con Sol in 2013 and last year's La Maldicion Del Timbal.
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Cat: PRLP 006. Rel: 05 Apr 17
International
  1. Crucero (4:15)
  2. Armonia (5:25)
  3. Saco E Trampa (5:40)
  4. La Funcion (4:25)
  5. La Buena Voluntad (4:42)
  6. Rutina (4:56)
  7. Carrera (3:43)
  8. La Maldicion Colonial (5:02)
Review: Puerto Rican seven-piece Orquestra El Macabeo is one of the most intriguing outfits to emerge from the salsa scene in recent years. Since dropping their debut album Salsa Macabre in 2010, they've been a must-check for those who like their salsa percussive, jaunty and left-of-centre. While the style's traditional instrumentation and structure is present throughout 2016 full-length La Maldicion Del Timbal - here reissued after in initial copies quickly sold out - there's evidence of a wider range of influences than your average salsa set (think quirky western pop, the DIY ethos of punk and of course Afro-Cuban rhythms). It's a bit of a cliche to say that this kind of material is "life affirming", but in this case, it's 100% true.
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Vol 3 (limited LP with obi strip)
Cat: SRLP 022. Rel: 24 Nov 16
International
  1. Omhona - Omhona (8:33)
  2. Eyemaya Erayemare (8:29)
  3. Oshiomegie Idonigie (10:20)
  4. I Forget Not Mother (5:50)
Review: It would be fair to say that Sir Waziri Oshoma is not one of Nigeria's better-known musicians, despite having a high reputation amongst collectors. Throughout the 1970s and early '80s, he recorded and released a number of albums - each packed with his distinctive interpretations of the then dominant Afrobeat and Highlife sounds - with the backing of his Africa 70 style house band, the Traditional Sound Makers. Volume 3 initially appeared on the band leader's own label back in 1980, and here gets the reissue treatment thanks to the folks behind Paris record store turned label Superfly. Its' four lengthy workouts are naturally superb, making it one of those hard-to-find gems that should be in any Afrobeat enthusiast's collection.
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Cat: MRBLP 154. Rel: 06 Jun 18
International
  1. Suite Al Culto Solar - In Altepetl Tonal (3:14)
  2. Suite Al Culto Solar - Xochiyaoyoloh (5:47)
  3. Suite Al Culto Solar - Ketzalkoatl Yauh Miktlan (15:16)
  4. Ipan In Xiktli Metztli (En El Ombligo De La Luna) (21:30)
Review: Sacred Summits were the first to reissue Luis Perez's timeless Mexican hymns, back in 2014, but the diligent Mr Bongo has decided to buy the rights to press some more copies up. To us, that's only good news because we absolutely love this album. First released in 1981, it has been an almost impossible record to get a hold of on vinyl, but it absolutely SHOULD be readily available to anyone - through vast landscapes of subtle electronic manipulations and organic instrument improvisation, we are immersed in an endless world of mysticism, where each new listen will unearth something new and wonderful. What a sublime LP. Warmly recommended.
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Rumba Argelina (reissue) (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert with obi-strip)
Cat: 405053 8516821. Rel: 04 Oct 19
International
  1. Rumba Argelina (3:33)
  2. Oye China (6:39)
  3. Lamma Bada (4:15)
  4. Manana (3:42)
  5. La Canal (4:38)
  6. El Baile De La Bola (2:55)
  7. Soledad (4:10)
  8. La Mosca (2:40)
  9. Tangos Del Agujero (3:15)
  10. Nu Alrest (7:10)
  11. La Pastora (3:04)
  12. Ronda De Sanabria (3:22)
  13. Bulerias Turcas (3:12)
  14. Nina (3:12)
Review: First released way back in 1992, Radio Tarifa's debut album "Rumba Argelina" has long been considered something of a global fusion classic. Reissued here on vinyl for the very first time - weirdly, it has only ever been available on CD in the past - the album has lost none of its charms. It's naturally rooted in various strains of traditional Spanish music - flamenco, Andalucian folk music and so on - but also incorporates musical elements from North African and Arabic music, with occasional nods towards tango and such obscure (but surprisingly enjoyable) styles as German medieval music.
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Dalva (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HS 160VL. Rel: 20 Mar 17
International
  1. Rara (feat Anthony Joseph) (5:03)
  2. Manze Rene (feat Patrice Caratini) (2:38)
  3. Nuit Douce (feat Jacob Desvarieux & Patrice Caratini) (3:56)
  4. Bossa De La Plage (feat Alain Jean-Marie & Vincent Segal) (3:25)
  5. Ballade A Ilet Perou (feat Alain Jean-Marie & Vincent Segal) (3:51)
  6. Papa Yaya (4:21)
  7. Kalypso Ka (feat Anthony Joseph) (3:39)
  8. Oui Ce Vous (4:16)
  9. Anty Kaz La (feat Alain Jean-Marie & Vincent Segal) (4:55)
  10. Dalva (interlude) (1:33)
  11. Missier Woje La (5:10)
  12. Baye La Vwa (feat Dao) (4:37)
  13. Kalypso Ka (feat Anthony Jonseph - version Carnanale - bonus track) (3:39)
Review: French percussionist Roger Raspail has been active on the Parisian scene for decades, releasing his debut album - the CD-only Fanny's Dream - way back in 1997. This belated second set is a deliciously vibrant and internationally minded affair, with the 13 tracks variously touching on Afro-cuban grooves, jazz-funk, zouk, calypso, tango, samba and hard-to-pigeonhole musical fusions. A range of guest vocalists swing by to lend a hand, while Rapsail's brilliant drum work - which encompasses all manner of different percussion instruments - providing the glue that holds everything together. While there are a few deeper moments, for the most part Dalva is a joyous celebration of global rhythms.
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Cat: AALP 079. Rel: 03 Mar 16
International
  1. Fangool - "Mariama" (4:37)
  2. Orchestre GMI - Groupement Mobil D'Intervention - "Africa" (6:52)
  3. Orchestre Bawobab - "Thiely" (5:00)
  4. Le Saorouba De Louga - "Bour Sine" (3:49)
  5. King N'Gom Et Les Perles Noires - "Viva Marvillas" (5:35)
  6. Orchestre Laye Thiam - "Massani Cisse" (5:51)
  7. Amara Toure Et Le Star Band De Dakar - "El Carretero" (5:22)
  8. Tropical Jazz - "Kiko Medina" (4:43)
  9. Orchestre Laye Thiam - "Kokorico" (6:50)
  10. Gestu De Dakar - "Ndiourel" (5:19)
  11. Orchestre Bawobab - "Ma Penda" (5:20)
  12. Orchestre Laye Thiam - "Sanga Te" (5:44)
Review: A detailed document that captures a unique period in African music history: the most western point of Africa had attracted all manner of traders and visitors over the years but it was the Cubans and Americans who really left their mark with soul, jazz and son montuno. By the '70s cities such as Dakar and Thies had become hotbeds of national acts who'd repurposed these influences with their own west African musicianship. And while many of them recorded music, not all of them released it. Here we find 12 of over 300 never-released-before recordings recently curated by audio archaeologist Adamantios Kafetzis and Thies sound engineer Moussa Diallo. Complete with a 12 page booklet detailing the era's history with levels of research it's never enjoyed before, this took four years in the making and you can really tell.
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Jazz Jazz Jazz (LP + booklet)
Cat: HABIBI 0091. Rel: 08 Nov 18
Jazz
  1. Seira Music (2:31)
  2. Shaikan Music (3:51)
  3. Saat Alfarah (4:46)
  4. Farrah Galbi Aljadeed (5:01)
  5. Kaif Halo (5:47)
  6. Forssa Saeeda (6:55)
  7. Nile Waves (3:57)
  8. Azzah Music (3:49)
  9. Bride Of Afrika (feat Osman Zeeto) (3:44)
  10. Hilwa Ya Amoora (3:21)
Review: Habibi Funk co-founder Jannis Stuertz first came across "the Holy Grail of Sudanese funk", Saif Abu Bakr and The Scorpions "Jazz, Jazz, Jazz", while browsing eBay listings a few years back. His interest piqued, he took a trip to Sudan to track down the musicians who had made a ridiculously rare LP that was changing hands for thousands of pounds online. Some four years later, his wish to reissue the set has finally come through. It was originally recorded in Kuwait in 1980 and brilliantly joins the dots between American funk, soul and rhythm and blues, traditional Sudanese vocals and rhythmic arrangements, and even a dash of Congolese soukkous. It's the first full album Habibi Funk has reissued, and with good reason: it's near perfect from start to finish.
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Dementos (LP + insert)
Cat: HRLP 143. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Blue Suits (4:04)
  2. Dementos (4:02)
  3. Madame Shriek (2:28)
  4. A Normal Day (3:08)
  5. Find No Word To Say (4:00)
  6. I'm Dying For Love (5:21)
  7. My Friend The Secretary (3:30)
  8. Anaconda Mon Amour (4:07)
  9. Soul De Rock (3:39)
  10. Sateto (2:45)
Review: In 1988, Yasuaki Shimizu moved to Paris and collaborated with avant-garde artists such as David Cunningham of Flying Lizards (who is a special guest on this album) and Manny Elias of Tears for Fears. His second album Dementos conveyed a spirit of the times unique to Shimizu - who was at the epicentre of a world music movement that was extremely prosperous at that time. He brought his sister Mieko over from Japan and made her engage in hours of idle talk which is a constant throughout the LP and this eventually led him to conclude that human patterns of communication were indeed strange.
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SOFRITO/VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 070LP. Rel: 30 Jun 16
International
  1. Banda Los Hijos De La Nina Luz - "Quiero Amanacer"
  2. Les Ya Toupas Du Zaire - "Je Ne Bois Pas Beaucoup"
  3. Victor Uwaifo - "Ohue" (Frankie Francis & Simbad edit)
  4. Fair Nick Stars - "Arrete Mal Parle"
  5. Adolfo Echeverria - "Sabroso Bacalao"
  6. El Timba - "Descarga Bontempi"
  7. Ti Celeste - "Popilation Basse-Terriene Au Abois"
  8. Mighty Shadow - "Dat Soca Boat"
  9. Kyerematen Stars - "Maye Obi Den"
  10. Dany Play - "Fa'Waka" (part 1)
  11. Frente Cumbiero - "Pitchito"
  12. Quantic Y Su Conjunto Los Miticos Del Ritmo - "Cumbia De Mochilla"
  13. Roaring Lion - "Carnival Long Ago"
  14. Safohene Djeni - "Mahu Wo Asie" (edit)
  15. Gnonnas Pedro - "Yiri Yiri Boum"
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Love & Death (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: STRUT 073LP. Rel: 14 Oct 10
International
  1. Nga
  2. African Woman
  3. Love & Death
  4. Victory (instrumental)
  5. Mizin
  6. Kwame (instrumental)
  7. Aborekyair Aba
  8. Obra
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Amadjar (limited gatefold 2xLP + 28 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: COOP 011LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
International
  1. Tenere Maloulat (feat Warren Ellis) (3:42)
  2. Zawal (feat Warren Ellis, Noura Mint Seymali, Jeiche Ould Chighaly) (3:30)
  3. Amalouna (feat Noura Mint Seymali, Stephen O'Malley) (4:38)
  4. Taqkal Tarha (feat Micah Nelson) (4:08)
  5. Anina (3:04)
  6. Madjam Mahilkamen (4:13)
  7. Kel Tinawen (feat Cass McCombs) (4:01)
  8. Iklam Dglour (feat Warren Ellis & Rodophe Burger) (4:06)
  9. Takount (feat Noura Mint Seymali) (3:45)
  10. Itous Ohar (feat Cass McCombs) (4:21)
  11. Mhadjar Yassouf Idjan (feat Warren Ellis) (4:23)
  12. Wartilla (feat Warren Ellis, Stephen O'Malley) (4:08)
  13. Lalla (6:19)
Review: Malian musicians have a rich history when it comes to turning the world on to organic, mystifying, exotic sounds. A country that - even for Africa - stands out as a hotbed of aural talent, artists hailing from the desert nation never fail to immerse and intoxicate us. Here tracks grow and groove like a hypnotist at work, embracing Western influences, not least psychedelic rock, to produce what might have happened if Jim Morrison went walkabout in the Sahara looking for inspiration. As an album, "Amadjar" is everything that description might make you hope for. Opening on the delicate, spatial guitar plucks of "Tenere Maloulat", you can see the oasis shimmering in the distance through heat vapour. Evocative stuff, from there it only pulls us in deeper into an amalgamation of sounds overflowing with an adventurous atmosphere.
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Talking Timbuktu (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: WCV 040. Rel: 17 Feb 15
International
  1. Bonde (5:24)
  2. Soukora (6:00)
  3. Gomni (6:56)
  4. Sega (3:06)
  5. Amandrai (9:18)
  6. lasidan (6:03)
  7. Keito (5:40)
  8. banga (2:27)
  9. Ai Du (7:07)
  10. Diaraby (7:22)
  11. Lasidan (alternative take) (6:14)
Review: A welcomed heavyweight vinyl reissue of 1994 GRAMMY award winning album from two of the 20th century's most inspirational, creative bluesmen from two wholly contrasting sides of the world: Ali Farka and Ry Cooder. Most of Talking Timbuktu kicks its feet in the dusty plains of Mali with traditional instrumentation and time signatures before dropping into occasional splashes of soul surging blues such as the fiddle-like picking of "Ai Du" and the foot-stamping yearns of "Amandrai". A timeless meeting of two amazing minds that will never happen again, this should be reissued every 20 years by law to ensure future generations are aware this happened.
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Cat: MRSSS 536. Rel: 13 Oct 16
International
  1. Desapareca Va Desapareca (2:37)
  2. No Na Garganta (4:07)
  3. Vem Ca Meu Bem Vem Ca (2:30)
  4. Recordar (2:51)
  5. Nao Va Embora (2:33)
  6. Desculpe (2:13)
  7. Maior E Deus (2:34)
  8. Samba Da Preguica (1:55)
  9. Palomares (4:43)
  10. Swinga Sambaby (1:36)
  11. To Por Fora Da Jogada (2:12)
  12. Gotas De Chuva Na Minha Cuica (2:07)
Review: The Brazilian band Trio Mocoto were formed in 1968 in Sao Paulo and reformed in 2000. The group was seminal and often credited in creating the musical style that became known as samba rock or samba soul. The trio are comprised of Joao Parahyba, a vocalist and drummer who worked with the late great Suba, in conjunction with the vocalists/percussionists Nereu Gargalo and Skowa. Their second self titled album was released originally in 1973 on RGE Discos but receives a much needed reissue now on International and features funk, soul, bossa nova and samba styles all mixed beautifully with a distinct Brazilian style. Highly recommended listening.
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VARIOUS
Cat: VAMPI 116. Rel: 13 May 10
International
  1. Silvstre Montez Y Sus Guantanameros - "El Avispon"
  2. Los Orientales De Paramonga - "Lobos Al Escape"
  3. Los Destellos - "Pasion Oriental"
  4. Grupo Celeste - "Viento"
  5. Los Mirlos - "Cabalgando Con Ella"
  6. Manzanita Y Su Conjunto - "Arre Caballito"
  7. Los Mirlos - "El Escape"
  8. Los Wembler's De Iquitos - "Un Silbido Amoroso"
  9. Los Destellos - "La Ardillita"
  10. Los Beltons - "Cumbia Pop"
  11. Los Beta 5 - "Beteando"
  12. Los Galax - "Lamento De Un Galax"
  13. Aniceto Y Sus Fabulosos - "Mi Gran Noche"
  14. Juaneco Y Su Combo - "Mujer Hilandera"
  15. Los Sander's De Nana - "El Tramboyito"
  16. Los Beta 5 - "La Danza De La Tortuga"
  17. Los Destellos - "Guajira Sicodelica"
  18. Los Orientales De Paramonga - "Captura De Lobos"
  19. Los Diablos Rojos - "Malambo"
  20. Los Atomos De Paramonga - "El Trencito"
  21. Los Beta 5 - "La Jorobita"
  22. Los Ecos - "Aqua En La Fiesta (I Don't Want To Spoil The Party)"
  23. Los Demonios De Corocochay - "La Chichera"
  24. Los Demonios Del Mantaro - "Liliana"
  25. Los Mirlos - "Lamento En La Selva"
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VARIOUS
Cat: OSTLP 005. Rel: 13 Sep 18
International
  1. Emad Youssef - "Al Bareedo Ana (The One I Love)" (6:43)
  2. Abdel El Aziz Al Mubarak - "Ma Kunta Aarif Yarait (I Wish I Had Known)" (7:57)
  3. Kamal Tarbas - "Min Ozzalna Seebak Seeb (Forget Those That Divide Us)" (6:31)
  4. Madjzoub Ounsa - "Arraid Arraid Ya Ahal (Love Love Family)" (4:50)
  5. Khojali Osman - "Malo Law Safeetna Inta (What If You Resolve What's Between Us?)" (5:06)
  6. Zaidan Ibrahim - "Ma Hammak Azabna (You Don't Care About My Suffering)" (live) (4:47)
  7. Saied Khalifa - "Igd Allooli (The Pearl Necklace)" (4:27)
  8. Taj Makki - "Ma Aarfeen Nagool Shino! (We Don't Know What To Say!)" (5:31)
  9. Hanan Bulu Bulu - "Alamy Wa Shagiya (My Pain & Suffering)" (live) (3:32)
  10. Abdelmoniem Ekhaldi - "Droob A Shoag (Paths To Love)" (5:27)
  11. Samira Dunia - "Galbi La Tahwa Tani (My Heart, Don't Fall In Love Again)" (4:33)
  12. Mohammed Wardi - "Al Sourah (The Photo)" (9:01)
  13. Abdullah Abdelkader - "Al Zaman Zamanak (It's Your Time)" (6:12)
  14. Mustafa Modawi & Ibrahim El Hassan - "Al Wilaid Al Daif (The Youth Who Came As A Guest)" (7:46)
  15. Ibrahim El Kashif - "Elhabeeb Wain? (Where Is My Sweetheart?)" (1:55)
  16. Mohammed Wardi - "Al Mursal (The Messenger)" (11:36)
Review: Ostinato Records is still in its infancy but the label has well and truly impressed us since they first launched last year. That initial string of reissue material from Cape Verde was sensational to say the least, and we're doubly impressed to see that the label heads have now sprawled out to Sudan, a corner of Africa that is comparatively less known in terms of music. With 16 tunes that have been selected for this essential double album, there is so much to explore and take in, especially given that this music is not something to be consumed superficially; let's the rhythms take you, revel in them, learn your surroundings. This is you being launched in Sudan. Hotly tipped!
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Bombay Disco 2 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: COS 011LP. Rel: 15 Dec 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Sadhana Sargam - "Saat Samundar Paar"
  2. Asha Bhosle - "Pass Aao Na"
  3. Kishore Kumar & Chorus - "Aaya Sanam Aaya Deewana Tera"
  4. Bappi Lahiri & Chorus - "Taqdeer Ka Badshah"
  5. Behroze Chatterjee & Chorus - "Sweety Seventeen"
  6. RD Burman & Chorus - "Disco Music (Are Dil Se Dil Mile)"
  7. Sharda - "Hotel Mein Bottle"
  8. Hridaynath Mangeshkar - "Dance Music"
  9. Sharon Prabhakar, Parvati Khan & Ursula - "Tum Meri Nazar Se Dekho"
  10. Asha Bhosle - "Jab Chaye"
  11. Kumar Sanu, Jolly Mukherjee & Chorus - "Main Jaadugar"
  12. Bappi Lahiri - "Dance Music"
Review: Cultures Of Soul dig deep into India's funkiest corners with this sophomore selection of Bombay mixes. Rich in range and references, highlights include Asha Bhosie's "Wild Thing" style riffage on "Pass Aao Na", Kishore Kumar's sudden gunshot switches between Mancini and Moroder on "Aaya Sanam Aaya Dweewana Tera" and the ridiculously infectious, stamp-heavy "Dance Music" which more than lives up to its name. A unique collection with attention to detail and sounds that have seldom been heard outside the sub continent, Brother Cleve has done himself proud.
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Cat: AALP 069. Rel: 10 Dec 10
International
  1. Mamukueno - "Rei Do Palhetinho"
  2. Os Kiezos - "Comboio"
  3. Jovens Do Prenda - "IIha Virgem"
  4. Ze Da Lua - "Ulungu Wami"
  5. Os Bongos - "Pachanga Maria"
  6. Dimba Diangola - "Tira Sapato"
  7. Santos Junior - "N'Gui Banza Mama"
  8. N'Goma Jazz - "Mi Cantando Para Ti"
  9. Ferreira Do Nascimiento - "Macongo Me Chiquita"
  10. David Ze - "Uma Amiga"
  11. Jovens Do Prenda - "Farra Na Madrugada"
  12. Os Korimbas - "Semba Braguez"
  13. Dimba Diangola - "Fuma"
  14. Alliace Makiadi - "Passeio Por Luanda"
  15. Os Bongos - "Kazucuta"
  16. Quim Manuel O Espirito Santo - "Eme Lelu"
  17. Africa Ritmos - "Pica O Dedo"
  18. Africa Show - "Massanga Mama"
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Ethiopiques Box 7" Vol 2 (Record Store Day 2018) (limited 6 x 7" + poster + stickers)
Cat: HS 179VL. Rel: 04 Jun 18
International
  1. Alemayehu Eshete - "Tashamanalech" (4:09)
  2. Alemayehu Eshete - "Wub Alem" (3:48)
  3. Ali Mohammed Birra - "Eshururu" (4:51)
  4. Ali Mohammed Birra - "Hinya Dini" (4:27)
  5. Ayalew Mesfin - "Feqer Aydekem Wey" (3:49)
  6. Ayalew Mesfin - "Gud Aderegechegn" (4:08)
  7. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Ere Mela Mela Meche New" (8:01)
  8. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Abbay Mado Embwa Belew" (6:54)
  9. Muluken Melesse - "Tezeta" (5:08)
  10. Muluken Melesse - "Alagegnehwatem" (4:07)
  11. Seyoum Gebreyes - "Meche Ene Terf Feleghu" (2:24)
  12. Seyoum Gebreyes - "Muziqa Muziqa" (3:45)
Review: Following the success of the first volume which sold out in 2017, Heavenly Sweetness decided with Francis Falceto to give a follow up - in the form of this box set of Ethiopian singles. It's a tribute of sorts to the music producer Ali Tango, who produced most of these EPs across 6 X 7". Falceto plunged into his impressive collection of records and there are great names of the golden age of Ethiopian music such as Mahmoud Ahmed, Alemayehu Eshete, Ali Mohamed Birra, alongside less known artists to be rediscovered such as Muluquen Melesse, Alayew Mesfin and Seyoum Gebreyes. Including original artwork and labels, plus a poster and six stickers of all the covers. Limited edition, 2000 copies.
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  1. Actor Alile - "The Seed Of Love" (4:14)
  2. Dedication - "Concert Ever" (3:34)
  3. Emma Ogosi - "Slave Drivers" (3:29)
  4. Fred Donn - "Lidina Lole" (3:44)
  5. Rennie Cottonheart - "No More Love In This Town" (3:30)
  6. Al Jackson - "Sometime Someday" (3:30)
  7. Ogak Jay Oke - "Another Day" (3:44)
  8. Henry Pedro - "Roots" (5:28)
  9. Joe Nez & His Top Six - "Baby You" (6:30)
  10. Ofege - "Come Right Back" (4:48)
  11. Stanley Edet Jr - "Never Be In A Hurry" (4:27)
  12. Don Civic - "Hill Billy Man" (4:23)
  13. Emma Ogosi - "Going Back To My Wife" (3:21)
  14. Gnonnas Pedro - "Dark As A Dungeon" (7:14)
  15. Henry Pedro - "Midnight Sun" (4:41)
  16. Poor Charley Akaa - "Be In Your Arms" (6:30)
Played by: Kalita Records
 in stock $28.01
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