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Armando Pereza Wild Thing
The Tjader sideman stretching out on congos and bongos in full Gary McFarland settings.



Ali Birra Ammalele
Imperial Bodyguard Band singer alongside Mahmoud Ahmed and Tilahun Gessesse who tuned his guitar like an oud. Oromo reasoning about love, existence and resistance, with a tasty Arab twang.




Witch We Intend To Cause Havoc!
Comprehensive, sumptuous retrospective of the kings of Zam-Rock, an African blend of funk and psych. The 6LP set is double-heavy; overseas orders require courier shipping. Please ask for rates. UK postage free!



Turkish Tradition Masterpieces Of Turkish Musical Culture
Chris King from Dust To Digital giving a heap of Turkish 78s the pile-em-high, sell-em-cheap reissue treatment. Naff artwork and crap notes, but some marvellous music to wheedle out, no doubt.




Hayvanlar Alemi Yekermo Sew
A shocking-rocking Mulatu version, and some improv. Limited, to go with the tour.



Getachew Degefu, Lemma Gebre Hiwot Wedding Songs
Originally released on Philips Ethiopia in 1973: a mixture of modern and traditional instruments mark the stages of an Amhara wedding. Hand-screened covers, with wedding photos and liner notes inside.



Remolino De Oro Coastal Cumbias from Colombia's Discos Fuentes 1961-73
Twelve more tear-up cumbias from this mighty label's treasure-rooms, handsomely sleeved.



Play That Beat Mr Raja Selected Oddities From The Tamil Film Industry, 1984-1991
The hyper, uproarious Kollywood music of Ilayaraja, Shankar Ganesh, Hamsalekha and co. Widescreen strings, analogue synths, roots percussion, disco stompers, candlelit bontempi, unhinged vocals... Recommended!



T. R. Mahalingam Portrait Of A Prodigy: His Early Years, 1940s-50s
The earliest recordings by flautist T.R. Mahalingam, a legendary figure in the Carnatic music of South India, at the peak of his powers here, with violinist T. Chowdiah and mridangam master Palghat Mani Iyer.



Fela Kuti Live In Detroit 1986
This was the year he was released from prison in Nigeria after a political conviction for 'currency trafficking'; and these are unbridled, charged performances, thirty to forty minutes apiece.



Martinique Edmond Mondesir: Bele, Tradition And Creation
Bele is an African folk drumming and singing tradition running back to slavery days. Mondesir leading five singers, with two percussionists, on tambour and tibwa.



Senegal Sufi Brotherhood Chant
Fervid vocal intensity from the venerable Tijaniyya and Muridiyya brotherhoods, singing hymns and poems to the glory of the Lord, live in concert.