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Ethiopiques 5 Tigrigna Music, 1970-1975
The music of Tigray and Eritrea where the majorities speak the Tigrigna language is rhythmically and melodically different from Ethiopian music.

Ethiopiques 6 Mahmoud Ahmed
His first LP, Almaz, originally released in 1973.

Ethiopiques 7 Mahmoud Ahmed
Collects Ahmed's 1975 recordings for the Kaifa label, including the LP Ere Mela Mela released in Europe by Crammed Discs, back in 1986.

Ethiopiques 8 Swinging Addis, 1969-1974
Soul, rhythm and blues, even the Twist re-articulated in Addis Ababa.

Ethiopiques 9 Alemayehu Eshete, 1969-1974
Frantic rock and heartrending ballads from this showman with the Little Richard pompadour.

Ethiopiques 20 Either Orchestra
The Boston-based big band live in Addis in 2004, with special guests Mulatu Astatke and Getatchew Mekurya.

Ethiopiques 21 Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou
Unmissable, wonderful solo piano. Chopin, Tatum, Satie and company, steeped in the Ethiopian sound.

Ethiopiques 18 Asguebba!
Dance music, picking up from Volume 2, including many of the same performers. With meessenqo (one-string fiddle), krar lyre, kebero drum and accordion.

Ethiopiques 24 Golden Years Of Modern Ethiopian Music, 1969-1975
Like volumes one and three, drawing on the legendary Amha Records catalogue, with several newcomers to this fantastic series, and a couple of very early Mulatus. You know what to do.

Ethiopiques 26 Mahmoud Ahmed And Imperial Bodyguard Band
The great singer in rambunctious, rootsy and jazzy recordings from 1972-4.

Romica Chansons Tziganes
The spell-binding Romanian gypsy singer, kicking off a mouth-watering, bargain new series Musical Treasures Of Eastern Europe.

Zanzibara 5: Hot In Dar, Tanzania, 1978-83
Cream-of-the-crop, fabulous, firing dance music from Dar es-Salaam, rocking between shimmering, swinging guitars and delirious, riffing horns. Check the rest of the series, especially Volume 2.

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