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Bud Shank Holiday In Brazil
Gary Peacock and Chuck Flores drive the grooves along; Shank's alto and flute interplay with guitarist Laurindo Almeida is liquid and beautiful. Coupled with Latin Contrasts, also for World Pacific in 1958.





Ravi Shankar Three Ragas
His Western debut, recorded in London in 1956: amongst his very best albums, conceived as a kind of introduction to his music. With Chatur Lal, one of the greatest tabla players of all time.



Ravi Shankar North India
The sitar maestro recorded in 1986, performing two raga and a dhun in the classical style of the Senia Beenkar Gharana, with its focus on melodic and rhythmic elaboration.



Ravi Shankar Improvisations
Eastern jazz from 1962, with Gary Peacock and Bud Shank. Including improvisations on Shankar's theme for Pather Panchali what a great film and two traditional Indian works, Carnatic and Hindustani both.



Ananda Shankar Ananda Shankar
Kicks off with a moog Jumpin' Jack Flash and doesn't look back. Fine, rooted East-West fusion... plenty of breaks, too. 180g.



Shbahoth Iraqi-Jewish Song From The 1920s
Sides by the singers Hagguli Shmuel Darzi, Selim Daoud, Yishaq Maroudy and Shlomo Mouallim; and two by an 'Israelite Choir'.




Shir Hodu Jewish Song From Bombay Of The '30s
Wonderfully poignant, evocative, precious recordings lovingly presented, with scholarly notes, translations and photographs. Second in a series featuring Jewish singers from the Middle and Far East.



Shirati Jazz The King Of History
Daniel Owino Misiani's great benga, from Kenya. Clattering percussion, pumping bass, dazzling and nuts guitars. Overproof, five-minute, dancefloor shots.



Salman Shukur Oud
His only recording, though Head of Music and Professor of Oud at the Baghdad Institute Of Fine Arts for thirty years. East-West tone-poems, mixing formal variation and improv. From Rosslyn Hill Chapel, London, 1976...





The Legendary George Sibanda Southern Rhodesia, 1948, '49, '50, '52
His fine guitar-picking and upbeat, carefree songs brought George Sibanda from Bulawayo the fame throughout southern Africa and he was versioned in the US which drove him to drink and an early grave.