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Bollywood Steel Guitar Bollywood Steel Guitar
The most comprehensive collection of steel guitar pop instrumental music from India: film hits from 1962-1986; and all the masters of the steel guitar sound from the period are represented. Vinyl at last.





Pazy And The Black Hippies Wa Ho Ha
Edire Etinagbedia's second EMI album, from 1978: a Benin-City blend of highlife, Afrobeat and reggae, with satisfaction-guaranteed funky horns, call-and-response vocals and psychedelic guitar.




Belenou Chimen Ta La
Traditional bele from Martinique warmly organic and rootsy, body-rocking, communal and defiant, with flavours of grounation, calypso, jazz, Latin, compas, zouk and West African dance.



Le Super Biton National De Segou
Superb big-band Malian dance music from 1977, featuring guitarist Mama Sissoko and Perce Doumbia, directed by Boubacar Traore.



African Brothers Band (International) Tribute To D.K.
Fabulous, deep Ghanaian high-life from 1979. Profoundly rueful but politically resolute, in their trademark, hypnotic, minor-key manner, with sustained organ and CK Mann-style guitar.



Chihuahua Latin Cuban Session
Sparkling sixties New York Latin Jazz a collectors' legend led by Osvaldo Martinez on guiro and timbale, and featuring the great trumpeter Alfredo Chocolate Armentero. Tremendous stuff.




Fela Kuti And His Koola Lobitos
Very early mid-sixties recordings robustly mixing highlife, calypso and soul, already one foot in the future.



Joao Gilberto Live In NYC And Mexico
Most of the A side is from the historic performance with Stan Getz at Carnegie Hall in 1964; the B originally came as En Mexico just after JG moved there in 1974 featuring his classic Farolito, and Besame Mucho...





Laila Je T'Aime
Guitar music from the Western Sahel stripped-down regional styles to Western pop covers. Street musicians and professionals on the wing, with the occasional car horn or motorcycle rumble to boot.