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Alkibar Gignor La Paix
Underground garage rock from Mali smoking, lo-fi, punky, crunchy riff-outs side by side with beautiful acoustic performances, full of soul and rapture. Co-presented with Sahel Sounds.



G.I. Gurdjieff Harmonium Improvisations
'Stunningly beautiful 1949 recordings. At the time many audience-members found themselves crying uncontrollably... happy and whole. We hope this record can bring a similar experience to the modern day listener.'



Bruce Haack Electronic Record For Children
Joined by pianist Praxietellis Pandit and their space-cadet friend Chris. With songs about stuff like how the world sounds when you listen with your inner self, it's a bit of a longshot for the National Curriculum.



Sid Hemphill The Devil's Dream
Lomax's first recording of Blind Sid in August 1942, near Sledge, Mississippi, where the Hemphill band was appearing at a country picnic.



Human Expression Love At A Psychedelic Velocity
Mississippi is pleased as Punch: 'unbelievably great psychedelic garage rock up there with the 13th Floor Elevators, Love and The Seeds but with an outsider edge. Easily one of the best Mississippi releases ever.'



Michael Hurley Back Home With Driftin' Woods
Precious 1964 recordings, top-notch though never previously released, part of the First Songs sessions for Folkways.




Kesarbia Kerkar
One of the greatest Indian classical vocalists of all time, from the bottom rung of the caste system. Exquisite ragas from 1947-1953.



Laila Je T'Aime
Guitar music from the Western Sahel stripped-down regional styles to Western pop covers. Street musicians and professionals on the wing, with the occasional car horn or motorcycle rumble to boot.



Lewlewal De Podor Yiilo Jaam
As featured on the terrific Ishilan n-Tenere compilation Pulaar guitar music from northern Senegal, ranging from acoustic bliss to edgier head-nodders. A co-production with the excellent Sahelsounds.



Nightingales And Canaries
A radiant Nagoski selection from the 30s and 40s. Christian and Jewish US immigrants from Anatolia, Istanbul and Roumelia, flirty and rocking; more aching, artful performances from Turkish Muslim women.



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.





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