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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....



Massive Gosine / Maximus Dan / Third Base Dougla
Tearaway soca from the studio of Darryl Braxton, mixing it up with ragga and rave vibes.



Bobby Matos My Latin Soul
The Latin Jazz classic from 1969, huge on the Dingwalls scene back in the day for the sizzling dancer Tema De Alma Latina.



Mauritius Ravanne Drum
The ravanne is a large drum a goatskin stretched over a wooden frame played with the hands, emblematic of the Creole cultural heritage on this island in the Indian Ocean: the music here is fabulous.






Mzansi Music Young Urban South Africa
House, JA dancehall, techno and hiphop SA hybrids.



Ana Mazzotti Ana Mazzotti
'A mix of Elis Regina and Tania Maria' anyway, brilliant backed by Azymuth.



Letta Mbulu Letta Mbulu Sings / Free Soul
Both albums produced by David Axelrod.



Letta Mbulu Naturally
Afro-soul blends, the Sowetan exile alongside the Adderleys and a Crusader or two.



Mbuti Pygmies Of The Ituri Rainforest
A landmark field recording, exquisitely done, ambient and intimate, with beautiful music, and documentation by Colin Turnbull. A hit with Peter Brook, anyway.



Mebusas Blood Brothers
It says 'Volume 1' on the cover, and this debut is full of promise, but it's a one-off, from Nigeria, 1973: African styles grooving together with Latin and Caribbean, US soul and funk, and psych rock.



Abbass Mehrpouya Mehrpouya Sitar
Amazingly deep and grizzly psych funk from mid-70s Iran. The eleven-minute African Jumbo is a gone dog: brilliant sitars and flutes, heavy drums, horns, percussion. Warmly recommended.



Abbass Mehrpouya Soul Raga: Anthology
Selected from several singles and one LP issued between 1968-76. The lachrymose flute and organ dirges of his early work, shading into his signature, sophisticated, sumptuous, in-thing Iranian sitar-funk.