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T. R. Mahalingam Portrait Of A Prodigy: His Early Years, 1940s-50s
The earliest recordings by flautist T.R. Mahalingam, a legendary figure in the Carnatic music of South India, at the peak of his powers here, with violinist T. Chowdiah and mridangam master Palghat Mani Iyer.



Tim Maia Nobody Can Live Forever: The Existential Soul of Tim Maia
Magnificent survey of his seventies hey-day a striking, tasty brew of Afro-Caribbean jazz, funk, soul, stoned rock and samba warmly recommended. The father of Brazilian soul.



Mali The Fulani Hoddu
Deep, rough, hypnotic recordings of the Fulani lute (and singing), made by this inspirational French label around Douentza and Bamako, Mali, between 2002-2004.



Baris Manco Dunden Bugune
His LP debut from 1971, collecting singles and other stuff from the previous few years. Landmark Turkish psych rock, including classics like Derule and Daglar, and the brutal sample-prone wah wah of Kucuk.



Les Mangalepa Endurance
Scintillating East African dance music, from seventies Nairobi. The band's name mangles 'marquez le pas', meaning 'mark time': sure enough, the beat is irresistible.



Foster Manganyi Ndzi Teke Riendzo
Sublimely convulsive Shangaan electro-gospel by a South African pastor, brimming with aching, mournful spirituality.



Manteca Ritmo Y Sabor
The business pure, heavy, deep Afro Cuban funk grooves. 1970s bass-driven percussion delirium. Lazaro Pla aka Manteca alongside Nelson 'El Flaco' Pardon on timbales and Carlos Potato Valdes on congas.








Mariza Fado Tradicional
Accompanied simply by two guitars and acoustic bass, and all the more beautiful for it.



Mark Ernestus Presents Jeri-Jeri Xale
A next-level three-tracker, intense and roiling, featuring a mesmeric six-minute instrumental, with Thierno Sarr grooving out on the top string of his bass, adding an elusive Manding flavour to the deep Mbalax mix.



Mark Ernestus Presents Jeri-Jeri Casamance
A traditional Jola rhythm, with tuned, talking and kit drums swarming across scraps of guitar and the Mboups singing; then a more deeply dug-in, spaced-out funk, spun from a Serer rhythm. With full instrumentals.