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The Voice Of Egypt Virginia Danielson
Once you're done with the Raymond Williams, this is an enthralling, rich, open account of the amazing life of Um Kalthoum, following trails deep inside the music and culture of Egyptian society.



3 Hur-el Hurel Arsivi
'A masterpiece of Turkish ethno-psychedelic delight... heavy hashish sound fuzz guitar, impassioned vocals and Eastern percussion...' Vinyl from Guerssen.



Tisheh O Risheh Funk, Psychedelia And Pop From The Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation
A third helping rockers like the Rebels, but more winningly the Googoosh girls, sweet-tough, tough-sweet. Gypsy fiddles and shimmering disco strings, crime-jazz piano and Abba knock-offs...



To Scratch Your Heart Early Recordings From Istanbul
A New York Times tip: 'I have heard no more beautiful record this year... a righteous calm takes over the album like a spirit force.'



To What Strange Place The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-1929
The joys and sorrows, and virtuoso musicianship, of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim immigrants from the dissolving Ottoman Empire, recorded in NYC plus a disc of masterpieces from their homeland. Warmly recommended...






Trio Chemirani Invite
The Iranian percussion group with guests Ballake Sissoko, Omar Sosa, Renaud Garcia-Fons, Ross Daly, Sylvain Luc and Titi Robin.



Le Trio Joubran AsFar
Three Palestinian brothers, master oudists intensely emotional and dramatic, thunder shot through with lightning joined by percussion and now and again the Tunisian singer Dhafer Youssef.



Turkey The Baglama Of The Yayla
Utterly beautiful contemporary recordings.



Turkey Music From The Yayla
Ceremonial music from villages in south-west Turkey, featuring a range of saz lutes, violin, and sipsi (a small oboe).



Turkey The Ceremony Of The Bektashi Djem
A liturgy and feast headquartered in the mountains of Antalya, with semah sacred dancing and sung poetry accompanied on the saz lute. Six instrumentalists, two vocal lineups here: from 2004 and 2011.



Turkish Freakout!
Choice sixties and seventies psych, funk and rock, swiped from Turkish 45s.