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The Secret Museum of Mankind Volume 2
Hisham Mayet from Sublime Frequencies lets off another Yazoo.








The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.




The Sound Of Wonder The First Wave Of Plugged-in Pop At The Pakistani Picture House
'Fuzzy, scuzzy, twang-happy, spaced-out, funked up urdu-grooves complete with harmonium melodies driven by some of the most random-factor, freakish, finger-numbing percussion...'



The Very Best Of Hugh Tracey
A sampler of the series, with six bonus tracks from a 1952 session by Jean Bosco Mwenda.



The Voice Of Egypt Virginia Danielson
Once you're done with the Raymond Williams, this is an enthralling, rich, open account of the amazing life of Um Kalthoum, following trails deep inside the music and culture of Egyptian society.



The Widow's Joy Eastern European Immigrant Dances In America, 1925-1930
The forgotten music of the Austro-Hungarian diaspora in the mid-west of the United States. An Ian Nagoski compilation to inaugurate the label, with a cover by Eric from Mississippi Records.




The World Is Shaking Cubanismo From The Congo, 1954-55
Fired-up, originary African pop, conjuring the Congolese rumba from imported Latin 78s with thumb pianos, kazoos, banjos, bottles, violins, and irresistible little songs about pimps, dope, clubbing, sex, death.



Theppabutr Productions The Man Behind The Molam Sound, 1972-75
Profiling producer Theppabutr Satirodchompu the first in a series of albums celebrating the key-players of modern molam music, from Northeast Thailand. Limited vinyl from Light In The Attic.