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The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.



The Tim Gaze Band Band On The Run
From the Tamam Shud milieu, the soundtrack for a 1982 Australian surf movie.




Thonghuad Faited The North East Thai Violin of Thonghuad Faited
Virtuosic, sor-led molam music from Isan, the province bordering with Laos and Cambodia sprightly melodies through haunting dirges, over woozy basslines, drones, clattering percussion.



Tim Olive The Specialist
Live recordings of his homemade guitar, a piece of wood with two magnetic pickups, a couple of bass strings, an unwound guitar string texture and implied pulse rather than tonality and metrical rhythm.



Watts Little Angel Band New Orleans, Land of A Thousand Dances
Shell-shocked LA kids playing music on junk and scrap-metal instruments, from 1971, blasting a blazing mardi-gras Chris Kenner way up into West Hollywood. Nik Nak Paddy Whack on the flip. Great.



Wicked Witch Chaos 1978-86
Deranged funk from Washington DC, overdosed on Funkadelic, Hendrix and New York No Wave.



Wild Billy Childish And The Black Hands Play Capt. Calypso's Hoodoo Party
A classic 1988 outing. A great party mash-up of ska, acoustic punk, accordions and banjos, with Cole Porter, Sex Pistols and Lee Perry in the mix.



William Eaton Music By William Eaton
A private pressing in 1978 the first recordings of this entrancing, sun-dappled music, for 6 and 12-string guitars, and Eaton's own, handmade, utterly beautiful string instruments.



Yoshi Wada The Appointed Cloud
'The overall effect is of a collaboration in heaven between Oliver Messiaen and Albert Ayler, channelled by Lamonte Young' (The Wire).



Yoshi Wada Off The Wall
Wonderful stuff first on FMP in 1985 bagpipes, organ, percussion, with huge density and scale. At times beatless, at others like techno crossed with the kind of tribal rounds Tracey got in Uganda, for example.



Yoshi Wada Earth Horns With Electronic Drone
Deeply, densely, ritualistically hypnotic; massive and shifting like a glacier. (These horns are three metres long.)



Yoshi Wada Singing In Unison
Modal vocal improvisations by Richard Hayman, Imani Smith, Wada himself a deeply meditative blend of Zen Buddhist chants, YW's time with Pandit Pran Nath, Smith's Sufism, Fluxus avant-gardism.



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