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Orchestre National De Mauritanie
Vintage regional highlife traditional instruments, swinging brass, funky flute, wah wah guitars the more precious for the national toll since of dictatorship, religious psychosis, and racism to the bone.



Rev Louis Overstreet There's No Future in Gaining The World And Losing Your Soul
Two fervid supplements to the Arhoolie set, originally self-released on Overstreet Records.





Boyd Rivers You Can't Make Me Doubt
Heavy, impassioned gospel scorchers, one side electric, the other acoustic. All previously unreleased, except Fire In My Bones, from the killer Tompkins Square compilation (and Last Time Around).



Rocket Infinity The Global Rise Of Rocking Music, 1942-62
Rock and roll (or something like it) from all over the shop swinging Bollywood, cumbia, south African jazz, sounds from Egypt and Japan, even a polka.



Rohan Kriwaczek The Art Of Funerary Violin
Master-works by the likes of Meunier, Gratchenfleiss, Addleston, Sudbury and Duibuisson, running back to George Babcotte's monumental Dirge for the funeral of Sir Philip Sydney.



Sticks Over My Shoulder
Raw, rocking, haunting, exquisite George Mitchell recordings of Georgia bluesmen, 1979-1981... the real, rooted thing.



The National Orchestra A Of The Republic Of Mali
Classic Malian dance-orchestra music from the 1970s, fronted by the Guinean-style guitar of Keletigui Diabate, and even better than Mississippi's previous raid on this series, originally issued in Germany.



Henry Thomas Bull Doze Blues
Twelve of the Texan's classics, drawn from twice that number of recordings between 1927-29. A travelling musician with a throw-back style often accompanying himself on the quills, like a pan flute.



Ural Thomas Push 'Em Up
Third volume in the North Portland Music series the local legend in 1960 'an upbeat soul stomper for the dance floor and a pretty ballad with tight harmonies and lots of groove'.



Ural Thomas Fade Away
From 1970. Dozy funk like the bad-trip portion of Sly's There's A Riot Goin' On with local kids blowing into sawed off bed posts as if they were trumpets and an upful ballad. Back in at last.



Time Will Make A Change
Another brilliant Mississippi compilation. Gospel sevens, this time, double-strength: rough, raw, searing; mostly guitar-based ensembles and solo performers, sparse organ and drums. Ethel ain't messing.





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