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Cazumbi African Sixties Garage Vol. 2
From the fuzzy garage of SA groups like The Gonks, to the raw beat of Ghana's Tall Emma, with wild representations from Cameroun, Madagascar and Mozambique, along the way. Fab.



Teddy Robin And The Playboys Magic Colours
Sixties garage, beat and psych from Hong Kong.



Japanese Traditional Music Noh, Biwa, Shakuhachi - 1941
Second magical, poignant volume drawing on a set of sixty 78s issued in 1942, this time featuring Noh theatre musicians, many trained by artists active before the Meiji period, prior to 1868.



Har-You Percussion Group Songs From The Ghetto Youth
Back in — the legendary Latin soul recordings of a Harlem youth project led by Montego Joe (who reminisces here on the closing track) — enough funk bass, burning horns and heavy drums to tear up any party.




Lula Cortes Rosa De Sangue
From 1980, Recife, Brazil: 'crazed ethno folkrock; magical, gentle, jungle folk psych zones; hard-hitting, coke-dusted fuzz rock; insane mutant disco dancefloor groove; tweaked Americana; acid vocal raga trance.'



The World Is Shaking Cubanismo From The Congo, 1954-55
Fired-up, originary African pop, conjuring the Congolese rumba from imported Latin 78s — with thumb pianos, kazoos, banjos, bottles, violins, and irresistible little songs about pimps, dope, clubbing, sex, death.




Group Doueh Treeg Salaam
'Compiled from Group Doueh’s personal archives, these five tracks (note sidelong piece on the flip), are as brain shifting in their ecstatic brilliance as any music ever heard.'





Lloyd Miller Oriental Jazz
Performances on TV in the 1960s.