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Kassidat Raw 45s From Morocco
Six double-shots of rough, rollicking, hypnotic Berber music from the 1960s, the Golden Age of the Moroccan record industry. With a handsome full-colour insert including notes by the Luk Thung compiler.



Freedom Family Ayentsoo
Terrific West African funk from 1974. The FF backed Geraldo Pino for years, before recording with Odion Iruoje (Ofege, SJOB Movement, Fela etc etc). Stone classic from start to finish. Ace notes, too.




Mulatu Astatke Sketches Of Ethiopia
An upful mixture of originals and traditional Ethiopian tunes charted for the big-band jazz and funk of the twelve-piece Step Ahead (John Edwards, Byron Wallen and co), with plenty of the great man's vibraphone.



Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu
Probably his most celebrated album, from 1957: three congas (including Ray Barreto), bongos, timbales and tympani, plus tenor and baritone sax, trombone, and Oscar Pettiford.




Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco
Inspired, legendary fusion of sixties modal jazz and flamenco, with members of Tete Montoliu's group, and none other than Paco DeLucia, dazzling on electric guitar.



Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco 2
The Vampisoul CD combines both LPs, Jazz Flamenco and Jazz Flamenco 2.




Tirogo Disco Maniac
At the close of the 1970s, just a couple of years after the classic psych-funk of Float, Wilf Ekanem and crew trained their frazzled peepers on Disco. Two classics here to blow your soul on fire.



Mdou Moctar Afelan
Tuareg rock by the cellphones hit-maker, recorded on location in Niger: a blend of electrifying, distorted guitar and the sweet melodies of Saharan folk. Anguished sob-stories, plus a few classics.



Pheno S. Kani
Homemade, electronic, Sahel hip-hop. The Saharan Cellphones wonder, branching out: spaced-out, anthemic compounds of autotuned raps, pitch-bending soft synths and glitchy beats.



Voltaique Panoramique Popular Music In Ouagadougou And Bobo-Dioulasso 1968-1978
Precious sevens from Burkina Faso, infusing local mossi and dioula styles with Cubanismo and Congolese rumba, US r'n'b, Afro-beat and French pop. Electric guitars, organs, balafons, burning horns.



Arthur Verocai
Wonderful 1972 LP. 'I used to listen to Blood Sweat And Tears, Chicago, Stan Kenton, Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Webb, Frank Zappa, Herbie Hancock, Bill Evans, Miles Davis, Milton Nascimento, Bossa Nova, among others.'



Manu Dibango Kusini
Nonchalantly brilliant, charged collage of funk, highlife and jazz, devised for Ossie Davis' 1975 film, and originally pressed in a run of five hundred only, all given away free at the opening night party.