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Franco Et Le Tout-Puissant OK Jazz Francophonic
The first volume of a long-awaited retrospective spanning 1953 to 1980 of the Congolese colossus.




Ry-Co Jazz Bon Voyage!!
'Rhythme Congolais From Africa To The Antilles, 1963-77.'



Diego Amador Rio De Los Canasteros
Fundamentally, this is brilliant no-frills flamenco, but Diego's a pianist, not a guitarist, which opens the music to jazz and modern-classical cross-currents.



Tcheka Lonji
A gorgeous record from the start of the year the Cape Verdean's second, with his pure, intimate voice in a range of percussion-based settings, with some great trombone and accordion too.




Yiddish Songs Tenderness And Madness Passion
Warm, nostalgic, stirring settings for voice, guitar, accordion and violin. Knowing nothing, we can hear Jacques Brel and Jake Thackray.



Cuba Punto And Trova Of Sancti Spiritus
Guajira, trova, guaracha, bolero and punto from the heart of Cuba, lavishly done lutes and tres luminously crossing traditions from Spain, the Canaries and Africa.



Kushal Das Raga Bilaskhani Todi And Raga Sohini
Elegant, serene, new-wave, profoundly tuneful playing, with accompaniment from Abhijit Banerjee's tabla and Sudipta Remy's tampura.



Mauritius Ravanne Drum
The ravanne is a large drum a goatskin stretched over a wooden frame played with the hands, emblematic of the Creole cultural heritage on this island in the Indian Ocean: the music here is fabulous.



Spain Music Of Castilla Y Leon
Startlingly fresh and unusual, these timeless, traditional peasant songs from north-west Spain mostly with percussion accompaniment, sometimes with flute, bagpipe, oboe or rebec.



Psarantonis And The Ensemble Xylouris Mountain Rebels
Tremendous, wild and highly charged music from Crete, completely compelling across a range of moods and styles, with brilliant lyra playing by the leader.





Omara Portuondo Gracias
The Buena Vista diva, nostalgic but still experimenting check her duets with Brazilian legend Chico Buarque, and Richard Bona, the bassist from Cameroon.