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Tisheh O Risheh Funk, Psychedelia And Pop From The Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation
A third helping rockers like the Rebels, but more winningly the Googoosh girls, sweet-tough, tough-sweet. Gypsy fiddles and shimmering disco strings, crime-jazz piano and Abba knock-offs...



Erkin Koray Elektronik Turkuler
His first album proper (following a collection of singles), and his best, from 1974. Bunalim and Baris Manco bassist Ahmet Guvenc rocking steady beneath EK's moody baritone and electric-baglama riff-outs.



Abbass Mehrpouya Soul Raga: Anthology
Selected from several singles and one LP issued between 1968-76. The lachrymose flute and organ dirges of his early work, shading into his signature, sophisticated, sumptuous, in-thing Iranian sitar-funk.



Joao Donato Sambou Sambou
Two beautiful 1962 albums: Muito A Vontado, JD on piano, with the likes of Sebastian Netto and Milton Banana, authentic Brazilian jazz; Bossa Nova Carnival, devoted to his music, with Dave Pike, Kenny Burrell...



The Widow's Joy Eastern European Immigrant Dances In America, 1925-1930
The forgotten music of the Austro-Hungarian diaspora in the mid-west of the United States. An Ian Nagoski compilation to inaugurate the label, with a cover by Eric from Mississippi Records.



The Pierced Heart And The Machete Olivia Wyatt
Vivid, unflinching film of two annual Haitian Vodou pilgrimages for Ezili Danto, goddess of love, art and passion, and her old man Ogoun, god of war, iron, healing. Ecstatic, bloody, intensely musical.



Orchestre National De Mauritanie
Vintage regional highlife traditional instruments, swinging brass, funky flute, wah wah guitars the more precious for the national toll since of dictatorship, religious psychosis, and racism to the bone.



Japanese Traditional Music Koto And Shamisen, 1941
Imai Keisho playing koto and Yamase Shoin shamisen, amongst others. Historic recordings by Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai. Excellent label.



Gamelan Of Peliatan, 1952 Dancers Of Bali
Gong, angklung and gender wayang under the direction of Anak Agung Gede Mandera.






Larry Achiampong More Mogya
Same proudly autobiographical, beat-tape plunderphonics as Meh Mogya, this time with the sampling focussed more on palm-wine and other acoustic Ghanaian music. 'More Mogya', 'More Blood'.



Pop Yeh Yeh Psychedelic Rock From Singapore And Malaysia, 1964-1970, Vol. 1
Twenty-six nuggets, presented with gorgeous three-panel artwork, and two forty-page booklets with extensive notes, lyrics in English, bios and rare photos, including many from the artists' own collections.