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Rail Band Belle Epoque Volume 2: Mansa
Lovely hypnotic, rolling dance music featuring youngsters Salif Keita and Mory Kante.
Don't miss the fine tributes to Afrobeat and Congolese rumba.



Toumani Diabate The Mande Variations
How many fingers has the guy got? Truly jaw-dropping skill, from dazzling torrents of notes to beautiful simplicity, with a deeply spiritual undercurrent. In short, stunning and essential.



Daouda Dembele Daouda Dembele
Beautiful, hypnotic, long-drawn-out praise singing in the ancient Malian jeli tradition, with ngoni accompaniment.



Bougouni Yaalali Bougouni Yaalali
A tape collage from the south of Mali, and the capital Bamako, in Sublime Frequencies fashion.



Vieux Farka Toure Vieux Farka Toure
Also featuring his dad Ali Farka Toure and Toumani Diabate.



Tartit Abacabok
Fabulous rocking Saharan trance from this band five women and four men formed in a refugee camp during the Tuareg uprising of the early nineteeen-nineties. Via the team behind Congotronics.



Mali The Fulani Hoddu
Deep, rough, hypnotic recordings of the Fulani lute (and singing), made by this inspirational French label around Douentza and Bamako, Mali, between 2002-2004.



African Pearls Mali: One Day On Radio Mali, 1965-1985
Third in the African Pearls series charts the two decades following Malian independence. Besides the rail bands and orchestras, refreshingly strong on 'folklore'.



Ali Farka Toure Savane
The last record, sadly, by a giant of our time. But beautiful.




Lobi Traore Lobi Traore
'the most primal blues LP to have come out of Africa in a while', Mojo; 'a terrific set of garage blues party music... far from the soporific tastefulness of the African World Music coffee table scene', The Wire.



Ali Farka Toure Red And Green
Two albums from the early 80s which made this king of Malian music known to the world. Here nicely packaged with notes, lyrics, photos. Highly recommended.




Ali Farka Toure The River
From 1990. Amadou Cisse on calabash, Mamaye Kouyate on ngoni. Recorded in Brixton, with Steve Williamson on one track, and two Chieftains on another.



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