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EEK Live At The Cairo High Cinema Institute
Cranked-up shaabi, hotly recommended. Islam Chipsy playing synth, with drummers Khaled Mando and Islam Tata. Check film of them here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNLv5WBWe6M





Egypt The Musicians Of The Nile
Epic poetry wrapped up in the rabab viol (a coconut shell covered with fish skin, with a long, spiked handle, two horsehair strings), the vertical suffara flute, the arghul double clarinet, droning and melodious.




El Gran Fellove Mango Mangue
Drummer, singer and showman, veteran of the Cuban Jam Session LPs, Francisco Valdes moved to Mexico City in 1955. His guarachera and chuachua scatting mixes up ska and mambo, Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican styles.



El Hadj N'Diaye Geej
Scintillating Senegalese finger-picking.



El Rego
Raw Benin soul, from the early-seventies 45s of Theophile Do Rego. Folk rhythms on modern instruments, John Lee Hooker here and Fela there, afro-cuban claves, and straight-up James Brown style funk.



El Triangulo Del Flamenco
Tremendous, new, informal recordings from the bars, private houses and streets of Jerez, Seville and Cadiz. You can hear insects, dogs barking. The music is fierce, unpolished, searing and soaring. Really great.



Ostad Elahi A Spiritual Epic: The Art Of Oriental Tanbur Lute
The latest reissue installment of these amazing recordings of solo lute from Iran.



Ostad Elahi Destinations
Out-of-this-world tanbur-lute playing, recorded in Tehran at the start of the 1970s (with one track, Tarz, from the 1950s).