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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.



Accordeon Musette, Swing: Paris 1925-1954
The Parisian musette style — from the accordion-banjo-drum trios typically heard in dance halls in the Roaring Twenties, to the refined swing of the 1940s.



The Widow's Joy Eastern European Immigrant Dances In America, 1925-1930
The forgotten music of the Austro-Hungarian diaspora in the mid-west of the United States. An Ian Nagoski compilation to inaugurate the label, with a cover by Eric from Mississippi Records.





Fernando Machado Soares The Fado Of Coimbra
Superb, timber-shivering example of the city's more elevated style of fado. Highly recommended.



My Sweet Canary - Roza Eskenazi, Queen of Rembetika A Film By Roy Sher
90-minute doc — the only footage known of Roza, performing on Greek TV; interviews with her biographers, musical colleagues, friends, lovers, family; Haris Alexiou, Yasmin Levy and co pitch in with music.



Gail Holst Road To Rembetica — Songs Of Love, Sorrow And Hashish
Unmissable, first-and-best, most thorough historical account. One hundred and ninety pages, with forty photos, eighty-odd song-lyrics — and a CD of classic recordings (Bellou, Tsitsanis, Eskenazi and co).



Serge Gainsbourg Du Chant A La Une!
His first two, chansonnier albums, from 1958 and 1959, both originally ten-inches.




El Triangulo Del Flamenco
Tremendous, new, informal recordings from the bars, private houses and streets of Jerez, Seville and Cadiz. You can hear insects, dogs barking. The music is fierce, unpolished, searing and soaring. Really great.



Czech Republic Music From Walachia, Hornacko And Kopanice
Lullabies, carnival, work, wedding, shepherds', bandits' — music for singing, flutes, bagpipes, guimbards, fiddles and cymbalums.




Amira Amulette
Spellbinding, lovesick ballads and blues— traditional sevdah songs from Bosnia, also Macedonia and Kosovo, deftly jazzed-up.



Corsica Anthology Of Profane Songs And Music
Fifty 2011 recordings of voice — polyphonic paghjella, lullabies, laments, orations — and traditional instruments like goat horn, pirula flute and cialamedda bagpipes, and modern violin, mandolin, accordion.