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MonoMono Dawn Of Awareness
Engaged and spiritual Yoruban blues-rock from Joni Haastrup’s band in 1974.




Moreno Sister Pili
Classic, headlong Congolese dance album recorded in Nairobi in 1983 (plus a couple of 1977 extras) by the siver-throated, husky Moreno Batamba, mainstay of the Orchestra Virunga and Samba Mapalanga.



Morocco Jilala Confraternity
The ritual music of this mysterious denomination, based around singing, with two flutes, called qasba, and sizzling bendir drum.



Morocco The Middle Atlas, Sacred And Secular Music
For Saints Festivals, mystic Sufi dances, weddings and circumcisions; private gatherings; and music to rouse the faithful during Ramadan. Qasba flute (with circular breathing), ghembri lute, bendir drum.



Harry Mosco For You Specialy
A few years after the break-up of The Funkees in 1973, founder Harry Mosco was up and running again with Africanium, co-fronted with Willie Bestman. Vintage Nigerian funk out of the TMC Studios, London.






Mountains Of Tongues Musical Dialects Of The Caucasus
Precious new recordings full of wonder, grit and beauty. Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Georgians, Chechens; Azeris from Georgia, Kurds from Tbilisi, Avars and Lezgis from Azerbaijan, Molokans...



Ana Moura Leva-Me Aos Fados
Her publicists bang on about how she's mates with Prince and Jagger, so what a relief this is real-deal, melting fado singing, beseechingly soulful, no histrionics — with ace Custodio Castelo on Portuguese guitar.



Ana Moura Coliseu
The fab fadista at the Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon: many contemporary compositions, with Jose Manuel Neto on Portuguese guitar, Jose Elmiro Nunes on Portuguese and classical guitar, and Filipe Larsen on bass.




George Moxey Plays Music For Dancing
Caribbean lounge-jazz from the veteran pianist, supported by the Ernest Ranglin Trio. Japanese import.



Gwigwi Mrwebi Mbaqanga Songs
'The South African folk music that makes people glad to be alive!'
With Dudu Pukwana and Chris McGregor.