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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.



Mukunguni New Recordings From Coast Province, Kenya
Stefan Schneider and Sven Kacirek's scintillating recordings of the Mijikenda tribes, made in different spots in and around Mukunguni village, coastal Kenya: spiritual and healing music, and love-songs.



Mulatu / Dilla / Verocai Timeless
With tremendous ambition, showcasing the music of all three, live with full orchestras. Mulatu versus Phil Ranelin and Bennie Maupin; Dilla featuring Bilal and Dwele; Verocai doing over his 1972 masterpiece.





Musi O Tunya Give Love To Your Children
The Zambians' second LP of funk, psych, and fuzzed-out Afrobeat. 64–page booklet includes interviews with Rikki Ilionga and co. The vinyl edition adds sides from rare sevens, 1972-6.




Music From The Outskirts Of Jakarta Gambang Kromong
A dizzying kind of Dixieland gamelan, played on Indonesian, Chinese, and sometimes European-derived instruments.



Music, Race And Nation — Musica Tropical In Colombia Peter Wade
A fascinating historical overview stuffed with interviews, histories and fresh information, intertwining porro, vallenato and cumbia with issues of sexuality, race, nation, tradition. Nothing better on the subject.






Os Mutantes Os Mutantes
Thier debut album from 1968 is the best way in — an absolute classic — musically kaleidoscopic, revolutionary fun and frolics.