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Brigitte Fontaine
Brigitte Fontaine Est... Folle

SUPERIOR VIADUCT

Smart, exuberant, deftly experimental French pop, crossing chanson and the nouvelle vague, with brilliant arrangements by Jean Claude Vannier.





Anastenaria, Vatican Shadow, Pete Swanson Anastenaria
Uncanny, fervid music from fire-walking rituals — 1979 field recordings from northern Greece — alongside killer new invocations of the spirit-world… excoriated, dread, ecstatic, driven.



C'Est Chic! French Girl Singers Of The 1960s
Great-fun, expertly-assembled, well-presented collection of ye-ye girl pop, featuring Francoise Hardy (of course) alongside BB, Anna Karina (from the Godard films) and co. An LP now, too.



Ersen Ersen
Anatolian funk rock revive.




Five Days Married And Other Laments Song and Dance from Northern Greece, 1928-1958
Tremendous, unearthly, unhinged music ranging from plaintive, ancient dirges to hypnotic, droning dance pieces. 78s, mostly reissued for the first time. Decent notes, translations; lovely, original Crumb artwork.



Brigitte Fontaine Comme A La Radio
With the Art Ensemble Of Chicago in 1971, her masterpiece. The eight-minute title track is a total KO — dazed, alluring, urgent surrealism over deep, funky jazz — but the whole thing is sensational, a stone classic...



Josephine Foster Anda Jaleo
Folk songs from Lorca’s collection Las Canciones Populares Espanolas make rather ruddy, incongruous settings for Foster's voice. The empty ones are best.



A Hawk And A Hacksaw The Way The Wind Blows
Partly recorded in a remote Moldovan village with members of Fanfare Ciocarlia (and polished off in Albuquerque with a little help from a nineteen-year-old, pre-Beirut Zach Condon).




Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco
Inspired, legendary fusion of sixties modal jazz and flamenco, with members of Tete Montoliu's group, and none other than Paco DeLucia, dazzling on electric guitar.



Pedro Iturralde Jazz Flamenco 2
The Vampisoul CD combines both LPs, Jazz Flamenco and Jazz Flamenco 2.



Ksiezyc
Beguiling, startlingly original music from nineties Poland — a compaction of medieval Slavic styles and contemporary vocal experimentalism, amongst other things, guided by minimalism.




Marta Kubisova Ne! The Soul Of Marta Kubisova
'From the Czech Supraphon archives, this 1966–1970 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.'


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Mountains Of Tongues Musical Dialects Of The Caucasus
Precious new recordings full of wonder, grit and beauty. Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Georgians, Chechens; Azeris from Georgia, Kurds from Tbilisi, Avars and Lezgis from Azerbaijan, Molokans...



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