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Jan Garbarek Ragas And Sagas
With Ustad Fateh Ali Khan singing; Ustad Shaukat Hussain, tabla; Ustad Nazim Ali Khan, sarangi; Deepika Thathaal, voice; Manu Katche, drums.



Antonio Diaz Mena Eso Es Latin Jazz... Man!
Chocolate Mena leading three lineups featuring Joe Henderson, Jerome Richardson, Alfredo Armenteros and co through Lalo Schifrin and Duke Pearson arrangements of core Latin and Jazz classics.






Tabou Combo Respect...
A Brooklyn-1973 brew of Compas carnivalesque Haitian party music and other Carib styles, mixed with funk, soul, psych. Treated guitars, ain't-no-stoppin' percussion.



Stoneface And Life Everlasting Love Is Free
Voodoo Funk digs deep for this Nigerian 45 cracker from 1973. The A is gritty psych-rock with a trippy guitar solo; the flip is an Afro-funk bulldozer, with gravelly vocals and heavy fuzz. Rough!



The Gurdjieff Folk Instruments Ensemble Music of Georges I. Gurdjieff
Dusting off Armenian, Greek, Arabic, Kurdish, Assyrian, Persian, Caucasian roots and 'a stillness that has not been darkened at all, and has the degree of density that leaves the Gurdjieffian silence immaculate.'



George Danquah Hot And Jumpy
A seventies bolt from the blue by this graduate of the Uhuru Dance Band. 'New Dimensions in African Hustle! Reggae! Native! Soul!' Not to mention the monster funk.



Remi Kabaka Black Goddess
The out, Afro-jazz soundtrack to Ola Balogun's 1979 film.



Opa Golden Wings
The Uruguayans' first, best Milestone album Airto producing, Hermeto Pascoal guesting, with the jazz-dance bomb African Bird. A buzzing, seamless blend of jazz-fusion flash with diverse rootical influences.



Afrolatin Via Cotonou
Nuff Poly-Rhythmo, Gnonnas Pedro and co.



Afrolatin Via Conakry
Sublime Afro-Cuban styles from Guinea, the 1960s and 70s Bembeya Jazz, Keletigi, Horaya Band, Orchestre Paillote and co.



Candido Featuring Al Cohn, In Indigo
The great Afro-Cuban drummer in bebop settings, with guitarist Joe Puma and keyboardist Dick Hyman on both original LPs; and the relaxed tenor of Al Cohn on the first, trumpeter Ernie Royal the second.



Trio Chemirani Invite
The Iranian percussion group with guests Ballake Sissoko, Omar Sosa, Renaud Garcia-Fons, Ross Daly, Sylvain Luc and Titi Robin.