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Mark Ernestus Presents Jeri-Jeri Bamba
Rock-steady, slow-burning, hard funk, a kind of fatback Mbalax, in no mood to be messed with, with full vocal and instrumental versions; plus two vivid sketches, talking drums to the fore.



Mark Ernestus Presents Jeri-Jeri Gawlo
A rolling, resplendent tribute to griot life 'gawlo', Fula for 'griot' spear-headed by none other than Baaba Maal. Expressive interjections by a trio of talking drums are especially lucid on the instrumental.






Marta Kubisova Ne! The Soul Of Marta Kubisova
'From the Czech Supraphon archives, this 19661970 selection focuses on her roughest songs, with plenty of fuzz guitars and funky beats, punchy horns and razor-sharp organs underlying her deep and soulful voice.'



Martin Lopez Y Sus Estrellas Cocinando
Well-presented, hot Peruvian cook-up of the tropical styles carrying the swing at the turn of the 1960s, featuring names like Tito Chicoma and Melcochita. Martin (who formed Grupo Naranja) was fuzz during the day.



Mayte Martin Al Cantar A Manuel
Luminous, chamber settings of the lyrical poetry of Manuel Alcantara, beautifully done. Martin is one of the most feted flamenco singers of her generation.



Nath And Martin Brothers Money
The bullion-clad masterpiece of these pioneers of Nigerian Funk and Afrobeat at their deepest and heaviest tearing, wailing, mid-70s funk, heady with spirituality. Superbad from start to finish, no let-up.





Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu, Sorcery!
The two late-50s albums. The idea was to interweave African percussion, Latin American voicings, and the reeds and horns of US jazz. With Ray Barretto, Cecil Payne, Oscar Pettiford and co.



Sabu Martinez Safari With Sabu
Probably his most celebrated album, from 1957: three congas (including Ray Barreto), bongos, timbales and tympani, plus tenor and baritone sax, trombone, and Oscar Pettiford.



Martinique Edmond Mondesir: Bele, Tradition And Creation
Bele is an African folk drumming and singing tradition running back to slavery days. Mondesir leading five singers, with two percussionists, on tambour and tibwa.



Marvellous Boy Calypso From West Africa
Marvellous Boy is the West African counterpart of the 1950s Soho scene of our series London Is The Place For Me. Calypso, highlife and jazz, brimming over with lust for life, topicality, and extravagant creativity....