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Anouar Brahem Astrakan Cafe
With Barbaros Erkose, clarinet; Lassad Hosni, bendir, darbouka.



Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family Na Teef Know The Road Of Teef
Addo-Nettey was a conga player and singer for Fela's Africa 70 when he cut this heavy afro-funk album in 1973, with the Martin Brothers Band from Portharcort, for the Tabansi label.



Zanzibara 5: Hot In Dar, Tanzania, 1978-83
Cream-of-the-crop, fabulous, firing dance music from Dar es-Salaam, rocking between shimmering, swinging guitars and delirious, riffing horns. Check the rest of the series, especially Volume 2.



Brazilika: Gilles Peterson Explorations Deep Inside The Vaults
Happy returns to Far Out on its fifteenth birthday; hats off to the legendary Joe Davis' accomplishments must be the greatest Brazilian music label of all time, outside Brazil. Gilles rises to the occasion.



Kandia Kouyate Ngara
Stirring stuff from the back pages of this sublime, deep-roots singer from the city of Kita, in the heart of Mande country, in Mali backed with ngonis, kora, balafon, djembe and chorus.



107th Street Stickball Team Sareando, Pot Full Of Soul
Great New York latin soul LP from 1969, with Ricardo Marrero and Bobby Marin check Barbara With The Kooky Eyes plus unissued tracks by a supergroup including Tito Puente and Louie Ramirez.





Mexico The Festival Of San Miguel Tzinacapan
Double-headed drums, horns and shells, guitars and violins, reed flutes and cascabeles whirled together in festive and ritualistic dance music, an amazing mixture of indian-Mexico and Spanish Middle Ages.



Burkina Faso Lobi Country, Buur Xylophones
Brilliant, jacking, extended, improvisatory, ancient dance music played at the initiation of diviners (drugged with jolonthi, to ward off spells) on a twelve-blade xylophone with calabash resonators.



Munir Bashir The Art Of The Ud
The don gorgon, ablaze in 1971.



Japan Teruhisa Fukuda, Shakuhachi
Six deeply spiritual pieces from the Kinko School, developed in eighteenth century Japan by wandering zen monks for whom this flute music was a pathway to enlightenment.



Sound Man Shots The Caribou And Downbeat 78s Story
Jamaican mento and calypso by the likes of Tanamo, Count Lasher and Laurel Aitken; and the US rhythm and blues licensed there, in the run-up to ska.