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Georges Brassens Gare Au Gorille
The key fifties recordings of the great anarchist songwriter. For Alex Kapranos — 'his lyrics were more subversive than Dylan or the Sex Pistols and he wrote better tunes than either.' Tremendous.



Nils Okland, Sigborn Apeland Lysoen - Hommage A Ole Bull
Violin or hardanger fiddle, piano or harmonium duets: moody, contemplative, melodic crossings of Norwegian folk and classical in the manner of its nineteenth century muse. Recommended.



Ana Moura Coliseu
The fab fadista at the Coliseu dos Recreios in Lisbon: many contemporary compositions, with Jose Manuel Neto on Portuguese guitar, Jose Elmiro Nunes on Portuguese and classical guitar, and Filipe Larsen on bass.



Mariza Fado Tradicional
Accompanied simply by two guitars and acoustic bass, and all the more beautiful for it.




Amira, Merima Kljuco Zumra
Slow, brokenhearted Bosnian sevdah. Wonderful singing, with stripped down, accordion accompaniment. Absolutely terrific.



Mayte Martin Al Cantar A Manuel
Luminous, chamber settings of the lyrical poetry of Manuel Alcantara, beautifully done. Martin is one of the most feted flamenco singers of her generation.



Ana Moura Leva-Me Aos Fados
Her publicists bang on about how she's mates with Prince and Jagger, so what a relief this is real-deal, melting fado singing, beseechingly soulful, no histrionics — with ace Custodio Castelo on Portuguese guitar.




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.




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.'



Savina Yannatou Primavera En Salonico
Old songs from Greece, Armenia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Kazakhstan and Southern Italy (and a 16th century Yiddish hymn). Beautiful, vibrant music, splicing folk and tradition with experimentalism and improvisation.