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Alfonso Lovo La Gigantona
Consider it a Nicaraguan take on Herbie's Mwandishi this psychedelic swirl of Latin jazz and pan-American funk, marrying Lovo's out guitarism with the fine percussion-work of Jose 'Chepito' Areas, from Santana.




Ray Barretto, Tito Puente Barretto Para Bailar, Dance Mania
RB's 1961 Riverside debut as leader, bundled with TP's monumental Latin jazz classic, issued by RCA in 1959.





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



Japan Okinawa: Classical and Courtly Songs of the Ryukyu
With accompaniment on the sanshin lute a lovely, melodic blend of Japanese, Chinese and South East Asian styles characteristic of the Okinawa archipelago (formerly the independent kingdom of Ryukyu).



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...





Fernando Machado Soares The Fado Of Coimbra
Superb, timber-shivering example of the city's more elevated style of fado. Highly recommended.



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.



Russia The Tradition Of Wind Instruments
Eighteenth and nineteenth century folk repertoire featuring horn, overtone flute, panpipes, vertical flute, shepherds' trumpet and violin or balaika.



Korea Gayageum Sanjo
Kim Hae-Sook playing twelve-silk-string zither, with buk accompaniment.