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Gangbe Brass Band Asiko
Kicking New Orleans / Afrobeat onslaughts from Benin. Great to see Roswell Rudd guesting.



Georges Brassens Gare Au Gorille
The key fifties recordings of the great anarchist songwriter. For Alex Kapranos 'his lyrics were more subversive than Dylan or the Sex Pistols and he wrote better tunes than either.' Tremendous.



Brazil 70 After Tropicalia: New Directions in Brazilian Music in the 1970's
Excellent sequel, staying with key players like Tom Ze, Gilbert Gil, Caetano Veloso, Joyce, Gal Costa and Rita Lee and adding less familiar names to the mix.



Brazilian Guitar Fuzz Bananas
The Psych Funk 101 selectors smashing it over again with this lovingly annotated selection of 45s.




Brazilika: Gilles Peterson Explorations Deep Inside The Vaults
Happy returns to Far Out on its fifteenth birthday; hats off to the legendary Joe Davis' accomplishments must be the greatest Brazilian music label of all time, outside Brazil. Gilles rises to the occasion.




Brokenhearted Dragonflies Insect Electronica From Southeast Asia
Cicadas, dragonflies and other insects boogie down live and direct from Laos, Thailand and Burma.




Segun Bucknor Who Say I Tire
Politically engaged Afro-soul from the start of the 1970s. You'll just have to imagine the 'bare torsos, cowrie shells, shaved heads, and non-stop undulations of the trio of dancers, The Sweet Things'.




Bulawayo Jazz Southern Rhodesia, 1950, '51, '52
In front, trumpet and tenor saxophone, dominated by a wailing alto sound you can trace through to Dudu Pukwana; the bottom end, trombone or tuba or double bass; banjos strumming away; military-style drumming.