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Bush Taxi Mali
Field Recordings From Mali

SUBLIME FREQUENCIES

Ngoni blues, street clamour with radios and soundsystems on the move, the stunning voice of Jalimusa Amanita Diabate, Fulani flutes, Dogon chants and Mande songs.



Bollywood Steel Guitar Bollywood Steel Guitar
The most comprehensive collection of steel guitar pop instrumental music from India: film hits from 1962-1986; and all the masters of the steel guitar sound from the period are represented. Vinyl at last.



Brokenhearted Dragonflies Insect Electronica From Southeast Asia
Cicadas, dragonflies and other insects boogie down live and direct from Laos, Thailand and Burma.



The Crying Princess 78 RPM Records From Burma
Featuring vintage sides by Po Sein (one of the giants of early Burmese music and theatre), vocal and harp music from 1929, 'modern songs with electric guitar', and unique Burmese pop songs with piano.



The Divine River Ceremonial Pageantry In The Sahel
Shot between 2007 and 2012, Hisham Mayet's film is an exhilarating, hallucinatory, harrowing record of music, ritual, life, and landscape along the Niger River, as it winds through Mali and the Republic of Niger.



Ethnic Minority Music of Northwest Xinjiang
Traditional Islamic folk music from China, with Arabic, Persian, and Turkish influences: Kazakh, Uyghur, Kirgiz and Mongol Erut musicians on stringed instruments like topchar, komuz, rushtar, rawab, tchang.



Folk And Pop Sounds Of Sumatra Vol. 1
Limited, gatefold LP version of the first SF CD release in 2003: droning beat pop, early Orkes Melayu songs, Batak Tapanuli, traditional Minang, and rare folk drama from the Indonesian island, from cassettes.




Group Doueh Beatte Harab
A cosmic take on Saharoui roots: traditional Moorish instruments like the three-string tinidit lute, ardin harp, clay tbal drum, and tea glasses, together with guitar and Korg synth, and Halima's exalted singing.



Group Doueh Zayna Jumma
Searing, electrifying blues-rock-Saharan-trance, recorded in Dakhla, West Sahara in 2010, this is great.



Group Inerane Guitars From Agadez
'amplified roots rock, blues, and folk in the local Tuareg styles entering into full-on electric guitar psychedelia... two electric guitars, a drum kit and a chorus of vocalists' (SF). 'Buy it!' (Honest Jon's).



Group Inerane Guitars From Agadez Vol. 3
'Saharan trance stun guitar... a hypnotic choogle that rivals both the Magic Band's early 70s marathon workouts and the Velvet Underground's drone on tracks like Sister Ray.'



Hassaniya Music From The Western Sahara And Mauritania
Sahrawi music, haunting and hypnotic from poetry sung over traditional instruments to electrifying grooves drenched in reverb and phase effects. Doueh, tidinit, field recordings from Nouakchott market...



I Remember Syria
From 1998-2000: street scenes, a wedding, a mosque, spontaneous music, political opinion, interviews (a gay man), radio stuff, a song about Saddam Hussein, the mystery of Kazib, underground city.



Koes Plus Dheg Dheg Plas
Beat rockers, psych pop, ballads and freak-outs from Indonesia's answer to The Beatles.



Latinamericarpet Exploring The Vinyl Warp Of Latin American Psychedelia Vol 1
'A non-stop collage of vinyl artifacts culled from stacks of forgotten LPs of the 1960s and 1970s from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, and Isle de Pascua (Easter Island).'



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