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Penny Penny Shaka Bundu
No-shame housey Tsonga-disco and hands-in-the-air rave banged out on Korgs and Ataris in 1994 South Africa. It sold tons, rocking stadiums from Liberia and Sierra Leone to Namibia and Mozambique.



Luis Perez Ipan In Xiktli Metztli
Amazing, deeply grooving, cosmic ethnography from Mexico in 1981, magically combining ancient percussion and wind instruments with electric guitar, tape delay and synths. Lovely silk-screened sleeves.



Armando Pereza Wild Thing
The Tjader sideman stretching out on congos and bongos in full Gary McFarland settings.



Peru Julio Benavente Diaz, Charango And Songs From Cuzco
On a kind of miniature guitar, laminated, with steel strings wonderful, virtuosic performances of the poignant, melancholic music of the Campesinos and the Cholos of Peru.



Peru Maravilloso Vintage Latin, Tropicalia And Cumbia
Refreshing, ricocheting tangle of 60s and 70s cumbia, guaracha and chicha, and soul jazz, Latin fusion, rock and psychedelia, and traditional Andean, Peruvian criollo and Afro-Latin traditional styles.




Peter King African Dialects
Heavy blend of Afrobeat, Afrofunk and Caribbean styles. From 1979, the last of PK's London recordings, before his return to Nigeria that year. With notes and photos newly supplied by the artist.




Pheno S. Kani
Homemade, electronic, Sahel hip-hop. The Saharan Cellphones wonder, branching out: spaced-out, anthemic compounds of autotuned raps, pitch-bending soft synths and glitchy beats.



Astor Piazzolla Piazzolla... O No?
The dramatic, rough-hewn, brilliant debut recordings of the Quintet from 1961. Two original LPs the first mostly AP arrangements, the second mostly his compositions, including Adios Nonino, on his dad's death.



The Pierced Heart And The Machete Olivia Wyatt
Vivid, unflinching film of two annual Haitian Vodou pilgrimages for Ezili Danto, goddess of love, art and passion, and her old man Ogoun, god of war, iron, healing. Ecstatic, bloody, intensely musical.



Play That Beat Mr Raja Selected Oddities From The Tamil Film Industry, 1984-1991
The hyper, uproarious Kollywood music of Ilayaraja, Shankar Ganesh, Hamsalekha and co. Widescreen strings, analogue synths, roots percussion, disco stompers, candlelit bontempi, unhinged vocals... Recommended!