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Sweet Talks The Kusum Beat
The second album by the Ghanaian superstars, from 1974, for a change mixing their hit-making high-life with traditional rhythms and folk touches, and a little funk and afrobeat.



Hedzoleh
Faisal Helwani's early-seventies project, mixing Ghanaian folklore and musical roots with jazz and rock. The debut of material re-vamped as the Masekela vehicle, Introducing Hedzoleh Sounds, with added trumpet.



Nigeria Afrobeat Special The New Explosive Sound In 1970s Nigeria
Blistering Fela-inspired Afro-funk, as if in cahoots with the recent Now Again haymaker Lagos micro to its cross-continental macro, a double whammy and a half. The vinyl set has no less than five exclusives.



Ghana Special Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds And Ghanaian Blues, 1968-81
Another triumphant release in the Ghana Soundz series, digging deeper than funk this time. The CDs are case-bound, 44 pages, the bollocks of a dog; the 180g-LP box has a few extras, the Mensah a full side long.



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.



Tumbele! Biguine, Afro And Latin Sounds From The French Caribbean, 1963-74
The lovely, overlooked music of Guadeloupe and Martinique, which mixes the heavy drums and rhythms of Haiti, the Congo and Puerto Rico into jazz and calypso, and the lilting gentility of the local biguine.




Sir Victor Uwaifo Guitar-Boy Superstar, 1970-76
The irresistible, inimitable rock 'n' soul highlife of Benin City's prodigal son.



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