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The Afro Sound Of Colombia Volume 1
Going on three hours of firing salsa, cumbia, boogaloo, tropical funk and chicha, from the dazzling catalogue of Discos Fuentes. As a selection, mind, a bit zany and Route One.









Letta Mbulu Naturally
Afro-soul blends, the Sowetan exile alongside the Adderleys and a Crusader or two.



Bharat Karki And Party International Music
A 1978, private-press outpouring of nuts Indian psych funk. Rock, Latin and Arabic styles take turns with the drugs amidst Hindu chanting, Moog, screaming, Indian percussion, flutes, and electric guitars.



Jamaica-Mento 1951-1958
Lovely stuff the great Louise Bennett's opener, say, or Laurel Aitken's Nebuchadnezzar. Ken Khouri and Stanley Motta recordings; Ernest Ranglin, Sugar Belly, Lester Sterling in the house. Decent booklet.





Nigeria Afrobeat Special The New Explosive Sound In 1970s Nigeria
Blistering Fela-inspired Afro-funk, as if in cahoots with the recent Now Again haymaker Lagos micro to its cross-continental macro, a double whammy and a half. The vinyl set has no less than five exclusives.




Hayvanlar Alemi Guarana Superpower
New recordings invoking the grand traditions of Turkish psych with passionate recastings of tripped-out surf, Cambodian rock, Saharan guitar, electric Thai; even a little Sun City Girls post-punk.