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Hachidai Nakamura Director Toshio Matsuda Meets Composer Hachidai Nakamura
With a new version of the composer's huge hit Sukiyaki.




Haiti Direct Big Band, Mini Jazz And Twoubadou Sounds, 1960-1978
This sensational, eagerly-awaited compilation by Sofrito is the best Strut in donkeys and sure to be one of the key outernational releases of the year...




Abdel Hadi Halo & The El Gusto Orchestra Of Algiers
Chaabi 'of the people' has its roots in the Andalusian music of Moorish Spain, spreading to North Africa with exiled Jewish and Moorish communities; but it really took off in post-WWII Algiers...




Har-You Percussion Group Songs From The Ghetto Youth
Back in the legendary Latin soul recordings of a Harlem youth project led by Montego Joe (who reminisces here on the closing track) enough funk bass, burning horns and heavy drums to tear up any party.





Hassaniya Music From The Western Sahara And Mauritania
Sahrawi music, haunting and hypnotic from poetry sung over traditional instruments to electrifying grooves drenched in reverb and phase effects. Doueh, tidinit, field recordings from Nouakchott market...



Havana And Matanzas, Cuba Bata, Bembe, And Palo Songs From The Historic Recordings Of Lydia Cabrera And Jo
Songs and ceremonies of the Yoruba, Dahomean, and Kongo-Angolan religions, performed by Marcus Portillo Dominguez, Candido Martinez and others, recorded in Cuba in the late 1950s by Lydia Cabrera.



A Hawk And A Hacksaw The Way The Wind Blows
Partly recorded in a remote Moldovan village with members of Fanfare Ciocarlia (and polished off in Albuquerque with a little help from a nineteen-year-old, pre-Beirut Zach Condon).



Hayvanlar Alemi Guarana Superpower
New recordings invoking the grand traditions of Turkish psych with passionate recastings of tripped-out surf, Cambodian rock, Saharan guitar, electric Thai; even a little Sun City Girls post-punk.



Hayvanlar Alemi Yekermo Sew
A shocking-rocking Mulatu version, and some improv. Limited, to go with the tour.