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Drinking Horns And Gramophones The First Recordings in the Georgian Republic, 1902-1914
Folk music of searing lyricism and breathtaking complexity a work-song in four parts, rare early liturgical chant, and numerous toasting songs, with masterfully handled dissonance and improvisation.



Wu Man Music Of Central Asia Vol. 10
Pipa master Wu Man and her Uyghur, Tajik, and Hui collaborators explore connections between the musical worlds of China and Central Asia.



Georgia Ensemble Basia
Sacred and secular vocal polyphony.



Saigon Rock And Soul Vietnamese Classic Tracks 1968-1974
'Every song is a mini-masterpiece, be it heavy acid rock psychedelia, horn and guitar drenched funk grooves, or gripping soul ballads reflective of life during wartime.'




Thonghuad Faited The North East Thai Violin of Thonghuad Faited
Virtuosic, sor-led molam music from Isan, the province bordering with Laos and Cambodia sprightly melodies through haunting dirges, over woozy basslines, drones, clattering percussion.



Krom Monster
Developed in Phnom Penh workshops 'improvised and electro-acoustic approaches to traditional Cambodian music and instruments' fluently jazz, dub, ambient and techno, and definitely one to check.



Korea Ritual Music For The Royal Ancestors
The Jongmyo Jeryeak is a combination of vocal and instrumental music, with dancing: solemn and majestic ritual music for drums, gongs, bells, chimes, zithers, fiddles, oboes and flutes, in honour of royal ancestors...



Sato Kunitaka Wandering Shadow Of Southern Streets
Blind travelling musician with a voice as intensely haunted and elemental as Charley Patton not standard Okinawa fare at all accompanying himself on sanshin (southern shamisen) and tategoto (upright koto).





Lo Ka Ping Lost Sounds Of The Tao: Chinese Masters of the Guqin in Historic Recordings
Confucius' instrument, the guqin was used by scholars and nobles for self-purifiation. Lo was a Taoist priest who lived in the remote lands of the New Territories behind Hong Kong. 1970 recording.




Cambodia Rock Spectacular!
The CD is nicely packaged, hard-bound.