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Larry Achiampong More Mogya
Same proudly autobiographical, beat-tape plunderphonics as Meh Mogya, this time with the sampling focussed more on palm-wine and other acoustic Ghanaian music. 'More Mogya', 'More Blood'.



Scattered Melodies Korean Kayagum Sanjo
The kayagum is a kind of smaller version of the Japanese koto. Stark and haunting, kayagum sanjo employs a gradually increasing tempo, focussed improvisation, elastic rhythms, intense snaps and vibrato.



The Crying Princess 78 RPM Records From Burma
Featuring vintage sides by Po Sein (one of the giants of early Burmese music and theatre), vocal and harp music from 1929, 'modern songs with electric guitar', and unique Burmese pop songs with piano.



Alemayehu Eshete
45s from 1967-74, blending Ethiopian groove and folk, soul and rock 'n' roll.



Kesarbia Kerkar
One of the greatest Indian classical vocalists of all time, from the bottom rung of the caste system. Exquisite ragas from 1947-1953.



Rocket Infinity The Global Rise Of Rocking Music, 1942-62
Rock and roll (or something like it) from all over the shop swinging Bollywood, cumbia, south African jazz, sounds from Egypt and Japan, even a polka.









Molam Thai Country Groove From Isan
An invigorating jumble of country soul and asides from Laos and Thailand, drawn from 70s and 80s LPs, 45s and cassettes, mixing electric guitars and organs with traditional instruments like the khaen and the phin. ...



Tim Maia Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia
Magnificent survey of his seventies hey-day a striking, tasty brew of Afro-Caribbean jazz, funk, soul, stoned rock and samba warmly recommended. The father of Brazilian soul.


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