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Alim Qasimov The Art of The Mugham
The greatest singer of his generation presenting the classical music of Azerbaijan, accompanied on the tar lute and the kamancha viol by the Mansurov brothers.



Qat, Coffee And Qambus Raw 45s From Yemen
Vintage 60s and 70s oud and vocal music part of the classical Arabic musical tradition, yet taking its rhythmic lead as much from the East African coast (just twenty miles across the Red Sea).




Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno Dog With A Rope
Crafted, fun tropical-reggae hybrids. The LP comes with a seven, and the same album on CD.



Question Mark
Freaking, fuzzed-out Afro-rock from Kenya, 1974.



Rabih Beaini Albidaya
RB aka Morphosis and Upperground cohorts: cello, sax, electronics; Lebanese folk, middle eastern jazz; 'tribal drums, marketplace noise, synth experiments, arpeggiated space transmissions, eerie Wu-Tang vocals.'



Radio Java
Dangdut, keroncong, jaipongan, rock, pop, disco, as well as theatre, commercials, DJs, news snippets, and other broadcast bits and pieces.



Radio Myanmar (Burma)
Assorted strange and beautiful pop, folk, and classical music styles intercut with bits of broadcast staples like synth ballads, hip-hop jingles, and internationally popular songs re-recorded in Burmese.



Radio Niger
Pop, pissed-up sages, shout-outs to the missus, comedy skits intercut with Zarma string-playing, Denke-denke mollo from Burkina Faso, Malian kora, the Koran, Bori folk, Tuareg guitar, bits of BBC news...



Radio Sumatra The Indonesian FM Experience
From 2004: dangdut, melayu, gambus, punk, rap, psych, Islamic folk, you name it; with snatches of news, karaoke call-ins, ads, prayers and US-style station-IDs.



Salah Ragab Egyptian Jazz
Recorded in Heliopolis, Egypt, 1968-1973, with influences like Mongo Santamaria, Randy Weston, and Sun Ra (with whom Ragab toured extensively a decade later).



Elias Rahbani Mosaic Of The Orient
The younger of the two Rahbani brothers, who dominated and revolutionized Lebanese music in the 1960s. Drawing on the two volumes originally released in the mid-1970s.



Rail Band Belle Epoque Volume 2: Mansa
Lovely hypnotic, rolling dance music featuring youngsters Salif Keita and Mory Kante.
Don't miss the fine tributes to Afrobeat and Congolese rumba.




Rajasthan Street Music
Folk, devotional, orchestral and freely informal music from western India. 'The most important criteria for recording these musicians in their homes (or on the streets) was the beauty and raw power in their music.'