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Ravi Shankar Improvisations
Eastern jazz from 1962, with Gary Peacock and Bud Shank. Including improvisations on Shankar's theme for Pather Panchali — what a great film — and two traditional Indian works, Carnatic and Hindustani both.





Bassekou Kouyate And Ngoni Ba Jama Ko
Fabulous, tough ngoni (with a wah-wah pedal), and songs railing against radical Islamic law in the North, and last year's coup, and calling for tolerance in true Malian tradition. 'Magnificent', said The Guardian.



Dur-Dur Band Dur-Dur
Precious, late-eighties dance music from Mogadishu. Big group — three horns, four singers plus three backing, two guitars, keys, drummer, two percussionists, bassist — choca with funk swagger and highlife shimmy.







Ravi Shankar Three Ragas
His Western debut, recorded in London in 1956: amongst his very best albums, conceived as a kind of introduction to his music. With Chatur Lal, one of the greatest tabla players of all time.





Os Mutantes The Sixth Finger: Singles, Rarities And Outakes 1965-1968
At their wildest, most raw, psychedelic — unreleased and live, outtakes and advertising jingles, with many different and longer versions of old favourites. Wicked cover group-shot!



Mark Ernestus Presents Jeri-Jeri Bamba
Rock-steady, slow-burning, hard funk, a kind of fatback Mbalax, in no mood to be messed with, with full vocal and instrumental versions; plus two vivid sketches, talking drums to the fore.



Ravi Shankar And Ali Akbar-Kahn The Master Musicians Of India
Two ragas recorded for Prestige — with Ali Akbar-Khan, the world’s best sarod player, plus tabla and tamboura. (The first tamboura is Nodu C. Mullick, who made Shankar’s sitar.)