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Anouar Brahem The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Crafted, swinging, soulful Middle Eastern jazz, led by oud and bass clarinet. Dedicated to the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. (Why he didn't win the Nobel Prize isn't a mystery.)



Anouar Brahem Barzakh
From 1990 a trio with oud, violin and percussion.





Argentina Rudi And Nini Flores: Chamame, Music Of Corrientes
From the north-eastern provinces, mixing Spanish, African and Guarani influences (and long derided for it), a distant cousin of tango. Guitar and six-string guitarron, accordion and bandoneon, double bass, singing.



Argentina Chamame
The Flores' first Ocora recordings, just the two brothers' guitar and accordion live and in the studio, in Buenos Aires in 1993.



Armenians On 8th Avenue
From the early 1900s, New York's 8th Avenue was a new home for many immigrant Armenian musicians. By 1950, dozens of nightclubs ran from 23rd to 42nd Streets. These are 1940s recordings, poignantly presented.





Chalachew Ashenafi Fano
The last word from this Azmari, who died in 2012 an improvisatory, provocative, humorous musical commentary on Ethiopian politics, religion and everyday life. Excellent 40-page booklet.






Mulatu Astatke The Story Of Ethio Jazz 1965 - 1975
From his first, 1965 recordings in the UK, through the Worthy sides in New York, to the key seventies' stuff in Addis on Amha, Phillips and Axum. Compiled with full notes by Soundway's Miles Cleret.