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Gyedu-Blay Ambolley Simigwa
Heavy Ghanaian funk and highlife from 1975, still revered there today by the Hip Life flag-bearers of the hip-hop nation (not to mention high-end record dealers).



Martin Lopez Y Sus Estrellas Cocinando
Well-presented, hot Peruvian cook-up of the tropical styles carrying the swing at the turn of the 1960s, featuring names like Tito Chicoma and Melcochita. Martin (who formed Grupo Naranja) was fuzz during the day.






Kiki Gyan 24 Hours In A Disco, 1978-82
Grooving Ghanaian boogie from the wizz keyboardist.


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KG Band Disco Train
A reissue of the original Kiki Gyan LP from 1980.



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Ghetto Brothers Power Fuerza
Revered 1972 Latin rock album by South Bronx street-gang-turned-band. British rock 'n' roll, driving funk drums, Latin roots. CD with 80-page booklet; vinyl with download codes for this, and digital soundfiles.




Rikki Ililonga And Musi-O-Tunya Zambia
Zambia's first independently released pop record. 'Loose, woozy African spinoff of the Velvet Underground: folk-rock and garage-rock that still didnít stint on the fuzz-tone' (New York Times).



Rikki Ililonga Sunshine Love
Solo Ililonga ó a combination of traditional Zambian rhythms, deep funk and unrestrained fuzz rock.




Rupert Clemendore Le Jazz Primitif From Trinidad
Precious Emory Cook recordings from 1961: Clemendore playing drums, percussion and vibes in jazz, calypso, r'n'b and Latin settings; bassist John Buddy Williams leading a more
straight-up calypso set.



Mahmoud Ahmed
Almaz, the legendary Ethiopian singer's first LP, heavy and hypnotic, accompanied by the Ibex Band in 1973, on the eve of the break-up of Haile Sellassie's Imperial Body Guard Band.