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Mali Music Has No Borders: Mediterranean Blues
  1. Ayewili
  2. Oluyafara
  3. Mali Unite
  4. Bakadaji
  5. Comunication
  6. Dongoma
  7. Tungaranke
  8. 8 March
  9. Djoronako
  10. Ne Be Sewa Bi
  11. Aye Soli
  12. Angabara
  13. Tungaranke (remix)
  14. 8 March (remix)
 in stock $17.45
Manifestations (limited CD)
Cat: SRMMA 1. Rel: 31 Dec 20
  1. Omamiuda (Piano Pads Writing Session)
  2. Obatala (First Day Rehearsal take)
  3. Noi (Piano Scratch demo)
  4. Noi (First demo No Name)
  5. Alejate (dub - First Piano take)
  6. Eno (Under The Influence demo mix)
  7. Electrik Afrika (Drums And Pads Idea)
  8. It All Began In The East (Originally Titled Koto Flower)
  9. Bambara (Before vocal Session)
  10. Kamilba
  11. Loveless (Minus Lead Guitar demo take)
Review: Joaquin 'Joe' Claussell's latest full-length excursion is, in typical style, a little different from your average artistic full-length. Instead of showcasing the spiritual house maestro's completed productions, it instead offers glimpses of familiar favourites, B-sides and deep album cuts in various stages of completion. That may not sound appealing on paper, but it genuinely is. For starters, Clausell is a fine musician, and many of the showcased "manifestations" are effectively early, stripped-back takes laden with a mixture of fluid and jazzy piano solos, soulful vocals, spacey synthesizer chords and acoustic guitars. Some cuts are inspired ambient soundscapes, while others are breezier, lighter dancefloor numbers underpinned by a variety of African and Latin inspired deep house rhythms.
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 in stock $18.59
Take One (reissue)
  1. Mudzimu Ndiringe
  2. Kare Nanhasi
  3. Tamba Zimba Navashe
  4. Ngoma Yarira
  5. Sekai
  6. Manheru Changamire
  7. Gore Iro
  8. Mukadzi Wangu Ndomuna
  9. Alikulia
  10. Tinokumbira Kuziva
  11. Mutoridodo
  12. Ndopenga
  13. Mwana Wamai Dada Naye
  14. Chaminuka Mukuru
Review: According to the extensive and enlightening accompanying liner notes, few groups did more to modernize Zimbabwean music during the 1970s than the Hallelujah Chicken Run Band. Take One, the first international compilation of the band's work, does a good job in showcasing their then revolutionary approach. Musically, they eschewed the then popular sounds of Afro-rock, cha-cha-cha and Congolese rumba in favour of a vibrant, electrified take on indigenous Zimbabwean music complete with politically charged lyrics delivered in the local Shona language. It's basically what would become known as Chimurenga, and as Take One makes clear, nobody did it better. A genuinely essential musical history lesson that entertains from start to finish.
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 in stock $19.75
Raaz (CD)
Cat: SMR 001CD. Rel: 03 Dec 20
  1. Ye'k
  2. Do
  3. Say
  4. Char
  5. Pa'nj
  6. Sha'sh
  7. Ha'pt
  8. Ha'sht
  9. Noh
  10. Razz
  11. Anthology
 in stock $14.31
Late Night Tales
Late Night Tales (mixed CD + MP3 download code)
Cat: ALNCD 60. Rel: 04 Dec 20
  1. Devadip, Carlos Santana & Turiya Alice Coltrane - "Illuminations"
  2. Brilliantes Del Veulo - "I Know That (When The Spring Time Comes)"
  3. Nazia Hassan - "Khushi"
  4. Kelly Doyle - "DRM"
  5. Sanulim - "Dont Go"
  6. Maxwell Udoh - "I Like It (Don't Stop)"
  7. David Marez - "Ensename"
  8. Gerald Lee - "Can You Feel The Love" (reprise)
  9. Justine & The Victorian Punks - "Still You"
  10. George Yanagi, Nadja Band - "Track 10"
  11. Pesnyar - "Zacharovannaya Moya"
  12. Khruangbin - "Summer Madness" (Exclusive Cover version)
  13. Paloma San Basilio - "Contigo"
  14. Roha Band - "Yetikimt Abeba"
  15. Tierney Malone & Geoffrey Muller - "Transmission For Jehn: Gnossienne No 1" (Exclusive Spoken Word track)
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Mariza Canta Amalia
Cat: 019029 5175634. Rel: 11 Dec 20
  1. Com Que Voz
  2. Barco Negro
  3. Lagrima
  4. Formiga Bossa Nova
  5. Estranha Forma De Vida
  6. Cravos De Papel
  7. Povo Que Lavas No Rio
  8. Foi Deus
  9. Gaivota
  10. Fado Portugues
 in stock $16.88
Bailalo Duro
Cat: PR 003CD. Rel: 08 Dec 20
  1. Ya Llego
  2. Bailalo Duro
  3. La Confianza
  4. Gente De Buena Onda
  5. Este Bolsillo
  6. Cacerolazo
  7. Paisano (feat Mamani Keita)
  8. Mujer Hermana (feat Pedro Ojeda)
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The High Note Mento Collection
Cat: DBCDD 069. Rel: 05 Jan 21
  1. King Vupp - "Calypso Rock"
  2. King Vupp - "A Lie Dem A Tell"
  3. King Vupp - "Rucumbine"
  4. King Vupp - "Dread In A Babylon"
  5. King Vupp - "Sailor Man"
  6. King Vupp - "African Book"
  7. King Vupp - "Greenfield Hotel"
  8. King Vupp - "Bamboo Bed"
  9. King Vupp - "Funeral"
  10. King Vupp - "Up Tight Saturday Night"
  11. The Jolly Boys - "Jamaica Farewell"
  12. The Jolly Boys - "Club Caribbean"
  13. The Jolly Boys - "Big Fat Wife"
  14. The Jolly Boys - "I Know You're A Child"
  15. The Jolly Boys - "Dip And Fall Back"
  16. The Jolly Boys - "Hurry Up"
  17. The Jolly Boys - "Sarah"
  18. The Jolly Boys - "The River Has Come Down"
  19. The Jolly Boys - "Love One Another"
  20. The Jolly Boys - "The Beautiful Garden"
  21. Sugar Belly - "Easy Minto"
  22. Sugar Belly - "Rucumbine"
  23. Wisdom - "Lizard In Bed"
  24. Bobby Ellis & The Soul Syndicate - "Ali"
  25. The Prince Brothers - "Ram Jam" (LP mix)
  26. The Prince Brothers - "Hold Him Joe"
  27. The Prince Brothers - "Come Back To Me"
  28. The Prince Brothers - "Sweet Jamaica"
  29. The Prince Brothers - "There Goes The Bells Of Old"
  30. The Prince Brothers - "Fi Me Something"
  31. The Prince Brothers - "Gal & Boy"
  32. The Prince Brothers - "Everybody Wining Their Body"
  33. The Prince Brothers - "It's Too Late"
  34. The Prince Brothers - "My Heart Cries Out"
  35. The Prince Brothers - "Jeremiah" (bonus track)
  36. Prince Edwards - "Dally With A Chinaman" (bonus track)
  37. Aston & The Fugitives - "Queenie Darling" (bonus track)
  38. Count Lasher - "Ring Ding '67" (bonus track)
  39. Marva Moore - "Great '68" (bonus track)
  40. Aston & Yen - "Skilamy" (bonus track)
  41. The Dingle Brothers - "Thank De Lard" (bonus track)
  42. Patsy Todd - "Little Flea" (bonus track)
  43. Al & The Vibrators - "Move Up Calypso" (bonus track)
  44. Aston & The Fugitives - "Take You Meat Out De Rice" (bonus track)
  45. Count Lasher - "Winnie The Whip" (bonus track)
  46. Baba Brooks & His Band - "Party Time" (bonus track)
Review: Although the popularity of mento music had waned by the 1970s, a number of Jamaican artists continued to record and release music in the distinctive style, which mixed African-influenced rhythms with musical elements borrowed from both South American and European music. This excellent double disc-set gathers together three of the greatest mento albums released during the '70s on reggae producer Sonia Pottiger's High Note label: King Yupp's self-titled 1976 debut, Live at Club Caribbean by the Jolly Boys, and Prince Brothers' Ram Jam. As is the case with most Doctor Bird releases, all three albums have been expanded with the addition of bonus cuts, singles and B-sides, with the resultant set brilliantly showcasing High Note's effervescent, carnival-friendly take on the mento sound.
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Eastern Flowers
Eastern Flowers (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: THCD 571. Rel: 08 Dec 20
  1. Black Iris
  2. Tulip
  3. Magnolia
  4. Lotus
  5. Lily
  6. Red Rose
  7. Hibiscus
  8. Magnolia (reprise)
  9. Morning Glory
  10. Chamomile
  11. Hyacinth
  12. Daisy
  13. Gilboa Iris
 in stock $28.04
Queen Of Exotica: The Complete Studio Recordings 1943-1959
  1. Cholo Traicionero
  2. Payande
  3. Amor Indio (Indian Love)
  4. La Benita
  5. Un Amor (One Love)
  6. Que Lindos Ojos
  7. Cholitas Punenas
  8. Melgar
  9. La Sirena
  10. A Ti Solita Te Quiero
  11. El Picaflor
  12. Virgenes Del Sol
  13. Carnaval Indio
  14. Waraka Tusuy
  15. Wilafitay
  16. Amor
  17. Te Quiero
  18. Pariwana
  19. Taita Inty (Virgin Of The Sun God)
  20. Ataypura (High Andes)
  21. Accla Taqui (Chant Of The Chosen)
  22. Tumpa (Earthquake)
  23. Chaladas (Dance Of The Moon Festival)
  24. Wayra (Dance The Winds)
  25. Monos (Monkey)
  26. Xtabay (Lure Of The Unknown Love)
  27. Najala's Lament
  28. Najala's Song Of Joy
  29. Birds
  30. Karibe Taki
  31. Witallia (Fire In The Andes)
  32. Lament
  33. Kon Tiki
  34. Montana
  35. Zana
  36. No Es Vida
  37. Kuyaway
  38. Suray Sunita
  39. Mamallay
  40. Panorima
  41. Ccori Canastitay
  42. Babalu
  43. Wimoweh
  44. K'arawi (Planting Song)
  45. Cumbe Maita (Calls Of The Andes)
  46. Wak'ai (Cry) (Chants Of The Incas)
  47. Incacho (Royal Anthem)
  48. Chuncho (The Forest Creatures)
  49. Llulla Mak Ta (Andean Don Juan)
  50. Malaya (My Destiny)
  51. Ripui (Farewell)
  52. Bo Mambo
  53. Taki Rar
  54. Gopher
  55. Chicken Talk
  56. Goomba Boomba
  57. Malambo No 1
  58. Five Bottles Of Mambo
  59. Indian Carnival
  60. Cha Cha Gitano
  61. Jungla
  62. Carnivalito Boliviano
  63. Jivaro
  64. Esjollo (Whip Dance)
  65. Yawar (Blood Festival)
  66. Shou Condor (Giant Condor)
  67. Sauma (Magic)
  68. Nina (Fire Arrow Dance)
  69. Sansa (Victory Song)
  70. Hampi (Medicine)
  71. Sumac Soratena (Beautiful Jungle Girl)
  72. Aullay (Lullaby)
  73. Batanga Hailli (Festival)
  74. Wanka (The Seven Winds)
  75. La Molina (The Mill Song)
  76. Flor De Canela (Cinnamon Flower)
  77. Gallito Caliente (The Hot Rooster)
  78. La Pamp Y La Puna (The Plains & The Mountains)
  79. Dale Que Dale (The Workers Song)
  80. Llora Corazon (Crying Heart)
  81. Huachina (Enchanted Lake)
  82. La Perle De Chira (The Pearl)
  83. Mi Palomita (My Pigeon)
  84. Virgenes Del Sol (Virgins Of The Sun)
  85. Gallito Ciego (One Eyed Rooster)
  86. Clamor (I Won't Forget You)
Review: First released way back in 2005 and here presented in remastered form, Queen of Exotica tells the musical tale of Peruvian soprano Yma Sumac, a singer with an extreme vocal range and a distinctive vibrato whose recordings and performances helped popularise exotica - an easy listening style that combined elements of many tropical, South American, Caribbean and oriental genres -across the world in the 1950s. The set begins with almost a disc worth of Sumac's earliest recordings, mostly of Peruvian folk songs, with the three CDs that follow showcasing the singer's celebrated and more musically expansive work of the 1950s. The box set delivers a vital history lesson for anyone with an interest in exotica and global musical fusion.
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