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Serge Gainsbourg Percussions
Surprising, percussive Afro-jazz, recorded by Alain Gouraguer in 1964, with the hits New York USA and Couleur Cafe.



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





Dona Dumitru Siminica Sounds From A Bygone Age
Desolate gypsy blues from the Bucharest suburbs of the 1960s, and some of the most soulful music ever made. Siminica's beautiful, beautiful falsetto over broken, staggering tempi.



Slovakia Folk Music
A lavish array, with scattered lines of descent (Gypsy, Jewish, Ukrainian, German and so on), from rootsy and robust to other-worldly. Pipes and drones (fujara), dulcimer, violin, polyphony from the heart of Europe...



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



Spain Music Of Castilla Y Leon
Startlingly fresh and unusual, these timeless, traditional peasant songs from north-west Spain mostly with percussion accompaniment, sometimes with flute, bagpipe, oboe or rebec.



Stand Up, People Gypsy Pop Songs from Tito's Yugoslavia, 1964-1980
Predominantly Muslim, Ottoman-influenced mix of Bollywood and Turkish songs, Slavic folk, organ-driven Brit and US beat and pop. Love, loss, tradition, modernity, the road. Fantastic stuff, hotly recommended.



Sweden Between Triol And Sextondel
Traditional Swedish polska by all sizes of violin-led ensembles of instruments like the nyckelharpa, cittra, harmonica, flute and guitar in triol and sextondel, triplets and semiquavers.



Switzerland Musical Landscapes
Switzerland has four official languages and numerous dialects, and this mosaic of sounds is judiciously wide-ranging and open starring wonderful yodelling, alphorn, Jew's harp, zither and musette-style accordion.



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.