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Laura Nyro Gonna Take A Miracle
Sanctified, wistful homage to her fave doowop and soul, done at Philadelphia International with Labelle. A bunch of covers, yet the best LP by this great singer-songwriter. Worth a zillion Ladies From The Canyon.



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.




Bollywood Funk Experience
Compiled by Jonny Trunk and Joel Martin from Quiet Village. From some fine jazz and dug-out Burman, to bananas versions of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and These Boots Are Made For Walking.







William Basinski Vivian And Ondine
The gorgeous, warm, entrancing orchestration of a couple of tape loops, in celebration of two new babies, as if conjuring them up and coddling them in sound.



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.



Francisco Lopez Machines
Lifts, clocks and industrial equipment, two and a half hours of it. Crisp, dense, rhythmic, immersive; beautifully presented.



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.



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