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Steel An' Skin Reggae Is Here Once Again
Great, great rewind from Afro-Caribbean London, 1979. The 20th Century Steel Band compounds intricate Afro-Trini rhythms with reggae and dub, funk, disco and soul, not to mention the eco-operatics.



Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae Dub
From our heartlands the late 70s Grove a stupendous mixture of stomping disco, dub and steel band, in its lineage crossing Ginger Johnson (from London Is The Place For Me) with The Twentieth Century Steel Band.




Stoneface And Life Everlasting Love Is Free
Voodoo Funk digs deep for this Nigerian 45 cracker from 1973. The A is gritty psych-rock with a trippy guitar solo; the flip is an Afro-funk bulldozer, with gravelly vocals and heavy fuzz. Rough!



Stranded In The USA Early Songs Of Emigration
Scandinavian folk, Puerto Rican conjunto, Portuguese fado, Ukrainian songs, Trinidadian calypso amongst the ways these utterly compelling stories are told, about all the important human stuff. Finely presented, too...



Streets Of Lhasa
From the high plateau of Tibet where street balladeers get by selling passionate performances of folk songs, with banjo and violin-like instruments like the 'erhu' and the 'san xian'.




Mimi Suleiman Tungi
Swahili funky-disco, this collaboration between a singer from Zanzibar and the house veteran and DFA-associate Maurice Fulton.





Supafrico Volume II
Afro-disco classics by Kabbala, Buari, William Onyeabor and Ashantis.