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Rita Lee Build Up
Her solo debut in 1970, backed by fellow Mutantes, with arrangements by Rogerio Duprat. A flamboyant, tainted pop album. It doesn't sound like Nico at all, but its moves put her in mind.



Rita Lee Hoje E O Primeiro Dia Do Resto Da Sua Vida
About-turning from the squinty pop apostasy of her solo debut, this follow-up is pure, extravagant Mutantes genius, and a Tropicalia must-have.



Les Amazones De Guinee Wamato
Twenty-five years after their debut, Les Amazones, Guinea's hugely influential all-women group back again with a vibrant, upbeat album of honed, classy grooves.



Les Rallizes Denudes Yodo-Go-A-Go-Go
Aka Flightless Bird Needs Water Wings, a greatest hits 1967-82 by the most legendary of Japanese underground rock groups. Buckling and distorted as a rule; demented and dazed, freaked-out and lyrical by turns.



Let No One Judge You Early Recordings From Iran, 1906-1933
Ravishingly beautiful, achingly precious songs and instrumentals, sumptuously presented: the Royal Court Orchestra in 1906 through to a hauntingly soulful Hafez setting by Moluk Zarrabi of Kashan, from 1933.



Lewlewal De Podor Yiilo Jaam
As featured on the terrific Ishilan n-Tenere compilation Pulaar guitar music from northern Senegal, ranging from acoustic bliss to edgier head-nodders. A co-production with the excellent Sahelsounds.



Liberdade Grande Lua Cheia
Very tasty contemporary recordings from a nine-piece in Bahia, lit up by seventies Brazilian jazz dance, afrobeat and funk, and samba and soulful disco.



Lif Up Yuh Leg An Trample The Soca Train From Port Of Spain
'a terrific soca compilation... a vital contemporary follow-up to London Is the Place for Me', Village Voice; '*****, Compilation Of The Month', Touch; 'chaotic and compelling... an ace selection', Time Out.



Life Is Dance! Plugged-in Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House
Raw Lollywood soundtracks legends like the Ashraf-Akhtar team, and Noor Jehan: 'fuzzy, scuzzy, twang-happy, spaced-out and funked up Urdu-grooves', with melodic harmoniums and finger-numbing percussion.



The Lijadu Sisters Afro-Beat Soul Sisters
Exciting, knockabout, charming, bit-naff blend of Afro-beat, pop, high-life and soul a kind of Lagotian Althea And Donna drawn from their four Afrodisia LPs in the second half of the 1970s.




Living Is Hard West African Music In Britain, 1927-1929
'So it is that Honest Jon's has (again) unearthed an episode of black music history in Britain: these are tough cuts in no way easy listening, but absolutely essential' (**** The Observer).




Lloyd Miller Oriental Jazz
Performances on TV in the 1960s.