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Ogassa Ogassa Original
Killer, limber funk from Porto Novo, in the east of Benin. The sextet had a bunch of radio hits in the mid-70s, and collaborated with the Orchestre Poly- Rythmo de Cotonou. Organ-led, moody. 'Oga', master.



Funsho Ogundipe The Afrobeat Chronicles Vol. 1
The 2002 5-tracker that made us sit up to Funsho's 'jazz side of afrobeat'.



Funsho Ogundipe The Afrobeat Chronicles Vol. 2
Warm, relaxed, West London afro-jazz from our friend Funsho and his friends.



Nils Okland, Sigborn Apeland Lysoen - Hommage A Ole Bull
Violin or hardanger fiddle, piano or harmonium duets: moody, contemplative, melodic crossings of Norwegian folk and classical in the manner of its nineteenth century muse. Recommended.





Omara Portuondo Gracias
The Buena Vista diva, nostalgic but still experimenting check her duets with Brazilian legend Chico Buarque, and Richard Bona, the bassist from Cameroon.



On The Edge Of The Ituri Forest Northeastern Belgian Congo, 1952
Musical as well as economic interaction between the Mbuti pygmies and the Nande, Bira, Mangbele and Budu peoples living on the edge of the Ituri rainforest in the northeastern Belgian Congo.



William Onyeabor Who Is William Onyeabor?
Epic Nigerian disco-funk with intricate percussion breaks, bleepy synths, politics, Krautrock, cheese, oddity, wonder. Hotly recommended.



Opa Golden Wings
The Uruguayans' first, best Milestone album Airto producing, Hermeto Pascoal guesting, with the jazz-dance bomb African Bird. A buzzing, seamless blend of jazz-fusion flash with diverse rootical influences.



Open Strings Early Virtuoso Recordings From The Middle East, And New Responses
Forgotten masterpieces, out-of-this-world improvisations from the 1920s; and dazzling commissions by Sir Richard Bishop, Six Organs Of Admittance and co. 'Dextrous, frenzied, fearless... awesome' (Plan B).





Orchestra Super Mazembe Mazembe At 45 RPM
Mazembe finally arrived in Nairobi in 1975, having left Zaire some five years earlier. The first years were lean, but in 1977 they smashed it with the single Kassongo... Magnificent East African rhumba 45s.