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Afghanistan Untouched
1968 field recordings: one disc the Tajiks and Uzbeks in the north, derived musically from the Central Asian steppe; the other going south for more Pakistani and Indian stylings. Forty pages of notes and photos.



Edip Akbayram Edip Akbayram
'The best psych from his first two albums and many singles... full of fuzz guitar, electric sax and great percussion. His dark voice makes you shiver and you feel like dancing right away.'




Mohammed Ismail al-Khamisi Song And Percussion
A copper plate is balanced on the thumbs the left hand fingers embellish the melody, played by the right (a bit like a Yemenite Bongo Joe). The songs are in the national tradition of courtly love.




Khaled Aljaramani Athar
Virtuosic oud-playing from northern Syria, aiming for the evocation of 'spiritual states', in-between and unresolved.



Alla-Turca
Iconic bellydance album recorded in Istanbul in the 1960s heyday of the Turkish nightclub scene featuring dancer Ozel Turkbas and Turkish and Turkish-Gypsy legends like ney master Aka Gunduz Kutbay.



Tony Allen / Hypnotic Brass Ensemble / Salah Ragab Sankofa / One Tree / Ole
The shimmering, refined funk of Sankofa takes T's Losun for its departure point; the Cairo side is a burning basement session in the Ra big-band tradition, heavy on the percussion and choca with fine solos.



Alpay Yekte
A compilation of the early-seventies singles of this Turkish footballer turned lawyer turned singer: doleful folk and classical Anatolian melodies shot through and through with heavy wah-wah.



Anouar Brahem Le Voyage De Sahar
With Francois Couturier, piano; Jean Louis Matinier, accordion.



Anouar Brahem Thimar
John Surman, bass clarinet and soprano saxophone; Dave Holland, double-bass.



Anouar Brahem Astrakan Cafe
With Barbaros Erkose, clarinet; Lassad Hosni, bendir, darbouka.



Anouar Brahem The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Crafted, swinging, soulful Middle Eastern jazz, led by oud and bass clarinet. Dedicated to the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. (Why he didn't win the Nobel Prize isn't a mystery.)



Anouar Brahem Barzakh
From 1990 a trio with oud, violin and percussion.




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