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Bossa Nova Bossa Nova And The Rise Of Brazilian Music In The 1960s
The CDs come with a seventy-five-page booklet. Wonderful music, of course.



The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.



Seu Jorge The Model
A sultry-soul take on Kraftwerk, also Everybody Loves The Sunshine various remixes and instrumentals.



Java-Java Indonesia Screaming Fuzz
'Garage stomp, indo-rock and beat surf.'



Rikki Ililonga And Musi-O-Tunya Dark Sunrise
Classic Zamrock, cooking up Hendrix and Taj Mahal, the Congolese rumba and Afro-beat.


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Bellyachers, Listen Songs From East Africa, 1938-46
The first half of the Something Is Wrong CD set, beautifully pressed and presented, with its own twelve-inch-square booklet.




To Scratch Your Heart Early Recordings From Istanbul
A New York Times tip: 'I have heard no more beautiful record this year... a righteous calm takes over the album like a spirit force.'



Foster Manganyi Ndzi Teke Riendzo
Sublimely convulsive Shangaan electro-gospel by a South African pastor, brimming with aching, mournful spirituality.



Group Doueh Beatte Harab
A cosmic take on Saharoui roots: traditional Moorish instruments like the three-string tinidit lute, ardin harp, clay tbal drum, and tea glasses, together with guitar and Korg synth, and Halima's exalted singing.




Arthur Verocai Timeless
Revisiting his monumental 1972 LP with Airto, Azymuth and co the album which puts him up there with Axelrod, Charles Stepney and Zappa. 'I could listen to it every day for the rest of my life,' says Madlib.



Astrud Gilberto Now
With Deodato arranging, and the likes of Airto, Billy Cobham, Ron Carter and Mike Longo in the band, and bi-lingual lyrics, this is a winning balance of sexy and deft, jazzy and rootsy.




Antonio Carlos Jobim Stone Flower
Starting to stretch bossa conventions, spurred by his move to Creed Taylor's ambitious set-up, aided by Deodato's brilliant arranging. From 1970, with Airto and Ron Carter; and some lovely electric piano.