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Ali Farka Toure The River
From 1990. Amadou Cisse on calabash, Mamaye Kouyate on ngoni. Recorded in Brixton, with Steve Williamson on one track, and two Chieftains on another.



Ali Farka Toure Radio Mali
Taken from performances for Mali's national radio in the 1970s, 'when I was a fool for the guitar'.



Ali Farka Toure Niafunke
Named after Farka Toure's home village, where it was recorded. Beautiful sound.



Ali Farka Toure The Source
The Groupe Asko recorded in 1991, with Taj Mahal on two tracks.





Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder Talking Timbuktu
Gatemouth Brown, John Patitucci and other guests join Ali and Ry on this hugely successful album, recorded in LA in 1993.



Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate In The Heart Of The Moon
Duets which bring together Ali's desert style from the north of Mali and Toumani's southern Manding traditions. Recorded in Bamako, 2004, with friends like Ry Cooder and Cachaito.




Tradi-Mods vs. Rockers Alternative Takes On Congotronics
Remixes, reworks, tributes and what have you, by a cast of thousands including Deerhoof, Shackleton, Animal Collective, Mark Ernestus, Juana Molina and Andrew Bird.



Lobi Traore Lobi Traore
'the most primal blues LP to have come out of Africa in a while', Mojo; 'a terrific set of garage blues party music... far from the soporific tastefulness of the African World Music coffee table scene', The Wire.



Lobi Traore Rainy Season Blues
Chokingly beautiful last recordings, singing with soul and tenderness to his own guitar accompaniment. We loved Lobi, and we'll miss him badly.
Quintessential Malian blues.



Lobi Traore Bamako Nights
Scorching live recordings from a knockabout Bamako club in 1995, with Lobi putting his new flanger through its paces. Easing in with the soulful, hypnotic Ni Tugula; Sigui is down to business.



Abdoulaye Traore
Protege of Yoro Sidibe, master donso ngoni player, a hunter's musician.