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Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol.4
Further excavations amidst the tropical Peruvian music of the 1960s, careering between the mambo era just over, and the salsa and cumbia upheaval to come.



Melvin Davis Detroit Soul Ambassador
Early to mid 60s survey of Detroit soul recordings for Jack Pot, Fortune, Ke Ke, Wheel City and Groovesville, plus four previously unreleased. Including northern floor-fillers like Find A Quiet Place and I Must Lov...



Bola Johnson Man No Die
Lovely highlife and palm wine, wheezing afrobeat from the late sixties, early seventies.



Segun Bucknor Who Say I Tire
Politically engaged Afro-soul from the start of the 1970s. You'll just have to imagine the 'bare torsos, cowrie shells, shaved heads, and non-stop undulations of the trio of dancers, The Sweet Things'.



Cumbia Beat Volume 1
'Experimental Guitar Driven Tropical Sounds From Peru, 1960-1976.'



The Afro Sound Of Colombia Volume 1
Going on three hours of firing salsa, cumbia, boogaloo, tropical funk and chicha, from the dazzling catalogue of Discos Fuentes. As a selection, mind, a bit zany and Route One.



El Gran Fellove Mango Mangue
Drummer, singer and showman, veteran of the Cuban Jam Session LPs, Francisco Valdes moved to Mexico City in 1955. His guarachera and chuachua scatting mixes up ska and mambo, Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican styles.



Marta Kubisova Ne! The Soul Of Marta Kubisova
'From the Czech Supraphon archives, this 19661970 selection focuses on her roughest songs, with plenty of fuzz guitars and funky beats, punchy horns and razor-sharp organs underlying her deep and soulful voice.'



Back To Peru Volume II
'The rarest grooves from Peru, including garage stompers, psych-pop, raunchy funk, Latin rock and anything in between.'



Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 3
Torrid Peruvian boogaloo, guaracha and other sixties styles, jacked up by a sense of world-wide political change in musical tradition, the bridge between mambo and salsa.



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