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Seguida Love Is
Firing Latin rock with a doubled-up horn section, conjunto-style from Puerto Rico via the South Bronx. They opened the Fania showcase at Yankee Stadium; supported Sly. Mambo Rock was their big hit.




The Semi-Colon Ndia Egbuo Ndia (Afro-Jigida)
Bee's knees Nigerian Afro-rock from 1976. The CDs are exceptionally well-presented, with plenty of musical extras, and a book of photos, notes and translations.





Lord Invader Calypso In New York
Sides from the 1940s and 50s, traditional songs and originals about Chicago and New York, the subway, racism and Pepsi, Africa and Trinidad. Factory-sealed cut-out, with an incision in the case.







Hot Women Women Singers From The Torrid Regions Of The World
Tremendous selection (and beautifully presented) by Robert Crumb from his own 78s. Hotly recommended, too.



Longing For The Past The 78rpm Era In Southeast Asia
A kaleidoscopic 90 selections sprawling over six decades, with a 272-page book of essays and notes richly illustrated with more than 250 vintage photographs, record labels and sleeves. Another ravishing DTD release...



Mark Ernestus Meets Ben Zabo Wari Vo Dubwise
Hard-grooving Malian blues-rock stripped to its bad self.



Eno Louis Move
Storming vintage boogie from the Afrodisia studio, loose and thunderous, with killer freaky effects and old-school rapping. You can hear Eno's Edo roots in Papa French's scorching horns chart. Leroy Burgess goes to...



Afro-Beat Airways 2: Return Flight To Ghana, 1974-1983
Ghanaian highlife bombs: giants like K. Frimpong, African Brother Nana Ampedu, Gyedu-Blay Ambolley (with The Complex Sounds); unfamiliar names like Los Issufu and his Moslems, Waza Afrika, Funky Afrosibi.