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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.





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.



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.



Alemayehu Eshete
45s from 1967-74, blending Ethiopian groove and folk, soul and rock 'n' roll.



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.



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.




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.'






Mahmoud Ahmed
Almaz, the legendary Ethiopian singer's first LP, heavy and hypnotic, accompanied by the Ibex Band in 1973, on the eve of the break-up of Haile Sellassie's Imperial Body Guard Band.



Five Minutes To Midnight
Intense, austere, small-label gospel.



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