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Ivory Coast Dan Masks
For each mask a song, wearers transforming their voice into a supernatural being's distorting it, or speaking into an instrument, or secretly substituting an instrument. With rattles, bells, drums.





Jackson Conti Sujinho
Madlib and Azymuth's Ivan Conti!



Jagwa Music Bongo Hotheads
Casio and percussion nut-outs from Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Songs about the concrete jungle, infidelity and voodoo, Mchiriku-style.




Jamaica-Mento 1951-1958
Lovely stuff the great Louise Bennett's opener, say, or Laurel Aitken's Nebuchadnezzar. Ken Khouri and Stanley Motta recordings; Ernest Ranglin, Sugar Belly, Lester Sterling in the house. Decent booklet.



Jan Garbarek Ragas And Sagas
With Ustad Fateh Ali Khan singing; Ustad Shaukat Hussain, tabla; Ustad Nazim Ali Khan, sarangi; Deepika Thathaal, voice; Manu Katche, drums.



Japan Teruhisa Fukuda, Shakuhachi
Six deeply spiritual pieces from the Kinko School, developed in eighteenth century Japan by wandering zen monks for whom this flute music was a pathway to enlightenment.



Japan Kineya Ensemble, Nagauta
Musical accompaniments to kabuki theatre, by this pre-eminent Japanese chamber orchestra, with voice, shamisen lutes, fue flute, and kotsuzumi, otsuzumi and taiko drums.



Japan Okinawa: Classical and Courtly Songs of the Ryukyu
With accompaniment on the sanshin lute a lovely, melodic blend of Japanese, Chinese and South East Asian styles characteristic of the Okinawa archipelago (formerly the independent kingdom of Ryukyu).