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Super Mama Djombo Festival
Fabulous dance music from Guinea Bissau, done full justice by Lisbon's Valentim de Carvalho studios in 1979. The title track sticks it to imperialism; the love-song Julia is a Djombo masterpiece.





Sweden Between Triol And Sextondel
Traditional Swedish polska by all sizes of violin-led ensembles of instruments like the nyckelharpa, cittra, harmonica, flute and guitar in triol and sextondel, triplets and semiquavers.



Sweet Talks The Kusum Beat
The second album by the Ghanaian superstars, from 1974, for a change mixing their hit-making high-life with traditional rhythms and folk touches, and a little funk and afrobeat.



Switzerland Musical Landscapes
Switzerland has four official languages and numerous dialects, and this mosaic of sounds is judiciously wide-ranging and open starring wonderful yodelling, alphorn, Jew's harp, zither and musette-style accordion.



Tabou Combo Respect...
A Brooklyn-1973 brew of Compas carnivalesque Haitian party music and other Carib styles, mixed with funk, soul, psych. Treated guitars, ain't-no-stoppin' percussion.



Tadjikistan Maqam Nava
Central Asian art music derived from the Shash maqam of Bukhara performed by the singer Jurabeg Nabiev, with the Ensemble Dorrdane.



Tadjikistan Abduvali Abdurashidov: Classical Music and Songs
A master of the sato (a bowed tambur or long-necked lute held vertically) joined by Tajik singer Ozoda Ashurova in this beautiful, haunting, little-known court music. Plus doyra drum and dotar lute.



Tal National Kaani
Terrific, headlong, dense, hypnotic guitar-music from Niamey, the capital of Niger, lashing together Tuareg blues, the Songhai of Malian griots, and Hausa percussion, amongst other influences.