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Tamikrest Toumastin
Touareg rock from Bamako, in the Tinariwen manner.



Tanzania Instrumentals Tanganyika, 1950
Ligombo and nanga trough zithers, lamellophones, drumming, a flute requiem, Zanzibar grooves, a panpipe ensemble, a makondere horn band.



Tanzania Wagogo Songs
Chimelougali is yodelling; luchenze is hooting whilst darting the tongue from side to side; kuama are trembling sounds, and rhythmic interjections. Including polyphonies, and a few with instruments.



Tanzania Vocals Tanganyika, 1950
Six hundred Chagga singing on the slopes of Mt. Meru; one hundred Gogo on the plains near Dodoma. Funny songs by the Nyamwezi in Dar-es-Salaam; wigasha dance songs by the Sukuma near Lake Victoria; Masai chants.



Tartit Abacabok
Fabulous rocking Saharan trance from this band five women and four men formed in a refugee camp during the Tuareg uprising of the early nineteeen-nineties. Via the team behind Congotronics.



Tartit With Imharhan Live From The Sahara
Tartit means union: the message is Change. Electric guitars and traditional instruments like the stringed tehardent and not commonly combined, usually reserved for women tinde drums and imzad violin.



Ebo Taylor Love And Death
New recordings by the Ghanaian legend.




Ebo Taylor Twer Nyame
Outstanding seventies Ghanaian LP, layering together lashings of calypso, highlife, funk and jazz. Side Two cooks. Limited reissue to superfly standards: 180g vinyl, Japanese sleeves.



Tcheka Lonji
A gorgeous record from the start of the year the Cape Verdean's second, with his pure, intimate voice in a range of percussion-based settings, with some great trombone and accordion too.



Teddy Robin And The Playboys Magic Colours
Sixties garage, beat and psych from Hong Kong.



Sylvia Telles The Voice I Love
The great bossa nova singer who devoted her career to the compositions of Antonio Carlos Jobim.



Tenjo Sajiki Baromon
1972 homosexual call to arms. Fuzzed-out guitar riffs, heavy organ-based psych rock; lachrymose barroom ballads and smutty spoken interjections. Originally sold only under the counter in Tokyo gay bars.



Tenjo Sajiki Sho O Suteyo, Machi E Deyo / 'Throw Away The Books'
Centred around adolescents reading out their own tortured texts about family breakups, the teen murderer Norio Nagayama, and Mick Jagger set to a rough, pounding psych-rock soundtrack by organist Kuni Kawachi.