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Raymond Scott Manhattan Research Inc
HIghly entertaining, eye-opening survey of jingles, concrete music and stuff, from the nineteen-fifties and sixties, played on Scott's own pioneering equipment. The CD version comes with a 144-page booklet.





Red Crayola Five American Portraits
Unless you enjoy being talked to like this, surely you're better off with a Gertrude Stein reader and some proper Americana, the Blue Sky Boys or something.



Irmin Schmidt Kamasutra
With The Inner Space in 1968, including Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit and Malcolm Mooney the soundtrack for a soft porno, switching locations between India and Germany.




The Rebels
Sixties Iran's answer to The Rolling Stones shame it wasn't a death ray the complete works. Rough and ready garage from Tehran, with grit in its snot.



Tirogo Float
Crossing African psych and slinky afro-disco and funk, from 1977, Nigeria.



DNA DNA On DNA
All the rare stuff too, authoritatively presented. No Wave gone must-have classic. Back in after several years out-of print.



Mebusas Blood Brothers
It says 'Volume 1' on the cover, and this debut is full of promise, but it's a one-off, from Nigeria, 1973: African styles grooving together with Latin and Caribbean, US soul and funk, and psych rock.


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SJOB Movement A Move in The Right Direction
Four members of Sonny Okosun's band, edging things on in 1974: deep, spacey afro-funk.


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People Ceremony: Buddha Meet Rock
Spiritualized, trippy prog from 1971, the band's sole, legendary recording, featuring the jazzy fuzz guitar of Kimio Mizutani.



Far Out Nihonjin
The 1971 recording, in the run-up to the Far East Family Band: two long, spaced-out excursions, genuine Eastern psych (if a little Pink Floyd), sparsely beautiful, with electric sitars and various percussion.


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The Sea-Ders
Mid-sixties beat with authentic Middle Eastern character by this Lebanese foursome. Issued in London by Decca as sevens, but much more popular at home (on the Symbol label), and especially in Turkey.