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Eddie Palmieri Doin' It In The Park
Wow! The great man back with spanking new scorchers on vinyl after thirty years, mixed by Breakbeat Lou (Ultimate Breaks And Beats). Criss percussion, natch, Joe Locke on vibes, Ronnie Cuber... Recommended!




Panama! Volume 3: Calypso Panameno, Guajira Jazz And Cumbia Tipica On The Isthmus 1960-7
Rare recordings from the golden age of Panamanian music bilingual calypsos to guajira jazz, tropical guarachas to cumbia tamboreras.



Pandit Pran Nath Midnight
With Terry Riley on the first disc, La Monte Young on the second. Seventies recordings issued in 2002.




Paradise Bangkok The Album
All those killer 45s in a very limited LP edition with a lovely, silk-screened and stitched sleeve, and etiological cartooning.



Paraguay Guarani Nandeva And Ayoreo
Chacoan Amerindian music: rich, varied, open Nandevan styles; powerful, monolithic Ayorean. Songs of love and battle, songs to mark the calendar, shamanist visions, chants for the gods...




Theo Parrish, Burnt Friedman Meet Mancingelani And Zinja Hlungwani
TP's is an uglier-than-ugly edit, with no let-up for thirteen minutes, layered and shot with synth washes, bleeps and alarms, galloping drums, clattering percussion; Burnt's mix is more chilled, lithe, dubwise.



Patchwork Europe Early Recordings
Marvellous stuff from all over Europe, 1911 to 1954. Finnish violin, English barnstorming, Sardinian triple-bagpipes, klezmer accordion from Belarus, Romanian clarinet, Ukrainian violin, for starters.





Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family Na Teef Know The Road Of Teef
Addo-Nettey was a conga player and singer for Fela's Africa 70 when he cut this heavy afro-funk album in 1973, with the Martin Brothers Band from Portharcort, for the Tabansi label.



Pazy And The Black Hippies Wa Ho Ha
Edire Etinagbedia's second EMI album, from 1978: a Benin-City blend of highlife, Afrobeat and reggae, with satisfaction-guaranteed funky horns, call-and-response vocals and psychedelic guitar.