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Selda
Terrific, angrily socialist Turkish folk music crossed with synths, fuzz and stoner flute. Her second LP.



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.



Senegal Wolof Music
Music for love and thanks, circumcision, tattoing and wrestling (though not all at the same time), usually sung by women, accompanying themselves on calabash or water-drum. The men play drums and xalam lute.



Senegal Sufi Brotherhood Chant
Fervid vocal intensity from the venerable Tijaniyya and Muridiyya brotherhoods, singing hymns and poems to the glory of the Lord, live in concert.



Cuneyt Sepetci And Orchestra Dolapdere Bahriye Ciftetellisi
Thrilling Roma music fresh from the Dolapdere district of Istanbul classic Turkish styles besides folk songs from Albania, Macedonia, Spain beautifully presented by A Hawk And A Hacksaw's ace label.





Serge Gainsbourg Percussions
Surprising, percussive Afro-jazz, recorded by Alain Gouraguer in 1964, with the hits New York USA and Couleur Cafe.



Serge Gainsbourg Du Chant A La Une!
His first two, chansonnier albums, from 1958 and 1959, both originally ten-inches.







Seychelles Forgotten Music Of The Islands
Popular song, often with bow accompaniment, sometimes mulumba (stuck in the mouth and scraped); and the jazzy mazurkas, waltzes and country-dance of kamtole, for string ensemble and bass drum.



Shahram
The magic moments of Sharam Shabpareh, front-man of Iranian garage legends The Rebels. 'Blurting horns, evil bass grooves, cheesy organs, a thick strata of percussion going off like microwave popcorn.'