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Sorry Bamba Volume One 1970-1979
Rough, rocking sides by the Kanaga and Regional Orchestras Of Mopti an excellent job by the compilers.






Omar Souleyman Highway To Hassake: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Syria
Drawn from the hundreds of Souleyman cassettes released since 1994, this is Dabke delirious, invigorating party music, churning every Arabic style into rough and ready electronics and drums.



Omar Souleyman Dabke 2020
Jacking synths and electrified bouzouk, from the last decade, the north-east of Syria: 'one of a kind Dabke party tunes, regional Atabat-styled crooners, and unbelievable Iraqi party jams.'



Omar Souleyman Jazeera Nights: Folk And Pop Sounds Of Syria
Representing fifteen years worth of live recordings, rife with frenzied Syrian dabke, Iraqi choubi and the mix of Arabic, Kurdish and Turkish styles unique to northeastern Syria.



Omar Souleyman Haflat Gharbia (The Western Concerts)
Hot Syrian dabke highlights from trail-blazing tours between 2009 and 2011. Clear, dynamic recordings; tearing performances, as anyone who went along will testify. Tufnell Park was a sozzled blinder.



Omar Souleyman Leh Jani
The original Leh Jani cassette, with the title track unfurling its full thirty-minute splendour, alongside two more extended sizzlers. Mouth-watering new label from Sublime Frequencies' Mark Gergis.




Idrissa Soumaoro Djitoumou
Fine Malian blues, with contributions from Ali Farka Toure.



Sound Man Shots The Caribou And Downbeat 78s Story
Jamaican mento and calypso by the likes of Tanamo, Count Lasher and Laurel Aitken; and the US rhythm and blues licensed there, in the run-up to ska.




South India Periya Melam, Chidambaram Temple
Ritual music from Tamil country performed by nagasvaram oboes, tavil drums, talam castanets, and droning harmonium, or sruti petti, without a keyboard, powered by bellows.



South India L. Subramaniam, Karnatic Violin
Deeply moving violin-playing, unfolding and illuminating the emotional twists and turns of a single, hour-long raga.