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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.



Aicha Redouane Maqam D'Amour
The magnificent Moroccan singer in settings of eighth-century poems by the Sufi saint Rabi’a Al-'Adawiyya.



Fanafody A Collection Of Recordings And Photography From Madagasikara, Volume 2
Charlie Brooks' field recordings from 2002, featuring violin players and throat-breathing singers.




Candido Candido The Volcanic, Latin Fire
Two original LPs by the great Cuban conga and bongo player, with Art Farmer, Hank Jones, Phil Woods and co.




Staring Into The Sun
Unflinching yet freewheeling and wildly poetic, Olivia Wyatt's visually stunning film of thirteen Ethiopian tribes, complemented by a 136-page book of Polaroids and a CD of field recordings.



Lo Ka Ping Lost Sounds Of The Tao: Chinese Masters of the Guqin in Historic Recordings
Confucius' instrument, the guqin was used by scholars and nobles for self-purifiation. Lo was a Taoist priest who lived in the remote lands of the New Territories behind Hong Kong. 1970 recording.




Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu, Sorcery!
The two late-50s albums. The idea was to interweave African percussion, Latin American voicings, and the reeds and horns of US jazz. With Ray Barretto, Cecil Payne, Oscar Pettiford and co.



To What Strange Place The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-1929
The joys and sorrows, and virtuoso musicianship, of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim immigrants from the dissolving Ottoman Empire, recorded in NYC — plus a disc of masterpieces from their homeland. Warmly recommended...



Sorry Bamba Volume One 1970-1979
Rough, rocking sides by the Kanaga and Regional Orchestras Of Mopti — an excellent job by the compilers.



Frankie Zhivago The Age Of Flying High
Lovely, exemplary Island Soul from 1976: a blend of soul, funk and reggae with Bahamian Junakoo and Goombay rhythms. Tasty funk backing from the Boris Gardner Happening — expert in the floaters and ballads, too.



Tiyiselani Vomaseve EP
Two EPs of storming, squinty Shangaan Electro to herald the European tour of Tiyiselani, the Tshetshas and producer Dog, in the summer of 2011.