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Shbahoth Iraqi-Jewish Song From The 1920s
Sides by the singers Hagguli Shmuel Darzi, Selim Daoud, Yishaq Maroudy and Shlomo Mouallim; and two by an 'Israelite Choir'.



Pandit Pran Nath Midnight
With Terry Riley on the first disc, La Monte Young on the second. Seventies recordings issued in 2002.



Ostad Elahi Destinations
Out-of-this-world tanbur-lute playing, recorded in Tehran at the start of the 1970s (with one track, Tarz, from the 1950s).





Sir Victor Uwaifo Guitar-Boy Superstar, 1970-76
The irresistible, inimitable rock 'n' soul highlife of Benin City's prodigal son.







Tenjo Sajiki Baromon
1972 homosexual call to arms. Fuzzed-out guitar riffs, heavy organ-based psych rock; lachrymose barroom ballads and smutty spoken interjections. Originally sold only under the counter in Tokyo gay bars.



Tenjo Sajiki Sho O Suteyo, Machi E Deyo / 'Throw Away The Books'
Centred around adolescents reading out their own tortured texts about family breakups, the teen murderer Norio Nagayama, and Mick Jagger set to a rough, pounding psych-rock soundtrack by organist Kuni Kawachi.




Give Me Love Songs Of The Brokenhearted, Baghdad, 1925-1929
'Beautiful, haunting... spiritual reflection is sung with carnal force, songs of romance are rendered like hymns. For a few moments, on these ancient records, Baghdad sounds like paradise' (Rolling Stone).



Rail Band Belle Epoque Volume 2: Mansa
Lovely hypnotic, rolling dance music featuring youngsters Salif Keita and Mory Kante.
Don't miss the fine tributes to Afrobeat and Congolese rumba.