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Tony Allen / 'Mark's Mix' Moyege Remix
This mix by Mark Ernestus — one half of the Basic Channel, Maurizio and Rhythm And Sound teams — kicks off our series of reworkings of tracks from Tony Allen's Lagos No Shaking album.



Tony Allen Lagos No Shaking
'CD Of The Week... the best soul album — in the real sense of the word — you'll hear this year... classic, blistering afro-beat', Daily Telegraph; 'as tight as a pressure cooker... fierce and fun', The Wire.



Ghostigital Not Clean
Demented electro cruncher featuring Einar Orn and Mark E. Smith ranting and jostling each other about cod.



Never The Same Leave-Taking From The British Folk Revival, 1970-1977
'***** beautiful, deeply affecting... hard to beat as the year's most worthwhile reissue', The Guardian; 'magnificent... wonderfully austere', Time Out.



Moondog The Viking Of Sixth Avenue
'*****' The Guardian, Time Out; ' utterly out of time', The Guardian; 'utterly contemporary', Time Out; 'utterly brilliant', The Independent On Sunday.



Moondog Playing Moondog Music
Originally relelased on the Moondog label in 1955.



Moondog Moondog And His Friends
Originally released by Epic in 1953.



Lagos Chop Up Fuji And Afrobeat, Highlife And Juju
‘*****’, The Independent; 'a vibrancy and energy that make it impossible to sit still’, Metro; 'shines from Shina to Shina', The Beat; 'CD Of The Week... astonishing', Daily Telegraph; 'incendiary', The Observer.



Lagos All Routes Juju And Highlife, Apala And Fuji
'*****', The Independent; 'captivating... Q Recommends'; 'there is no end of exhilarating music on this beguiling album', The Sunday Times; 'full of heartstopping musical twists and turns', The Beat.



London Is The Place For Me 2: Calypso And Kwela, Highlife And Jazz From Young Black London
'superlative', Mojo; 'sensational', The Observer; 'hugely evocative and poignant', Daily Telegraph; '*****' The Times, Metro; 'sheer joy from start to finish', Sunday Telegraph.



Le Volume Courbe I Killed My Best Friend
The album debut of Charlotte Marionneau, with contributions from Kevin Shields and Hope Sandoval, amongst others: a dark comedy, intimate and uncanny, playful and compelling.



Junior Dan Red, Gold And Green Rainbow
'This was directed at the way they were arresting and sentencing Rasta to mandatory 18 months for possession of a spliff while politicians' gunmen were walking the streets unmolested.'



Mark de Clive-Lowe / Lyric L / DJ Spinna Mesmerized
With the Loose Lips MC in full flow, and complete with a Spinna house version. On percussion, Miguel Fuentes brings classic Philly vibes courtesy of the MFSB family.



Tunde Williams Mr. Big Mouth
'Tunde Williams blows from menthol-cool to incinerating on these wonderful vintage tracks' (Daily Telegraph).
Afrika 70, recorded in 1975, produced by Fela Kuti.



Wareika Hill Sounds One People
Full, bone-heavy horns, swirling organ and rocking nyabinghi drumming; and with a storming dub.