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Folk And Pop Sounds Of Sumatra Vol. 1
Limited, gatefold LP version of the first SF CD release in 2003: droning beat pop, early Orkes Melayu songs, Batak Tapanuli, traditional Minang, and rare folk drama from the Indonesian island, from cassettes.





The Son Of P.M. Hey Klong Yao!
A hep, hopped-up mix of Thai instruments with keyboards, drums and electric guitars; an addictive 60s blend of homegrown melodies and rock (notably The Shadows), surf, go-go, Latin, blues.



Mongolia Kazakh Songs And Epic Tradition Of The West
Bardic epics and nomadic songs, with dombra lute accompaniment.



Java-Java Indonesia Screaming Fuzz
'Garage stomp, indo-rock and beat surf.'




Music From The Outskirts Of Jakarta Gambang Kromong
A dizzying kind of Dixieland gamelan, played on Indonesian, Chinese, and sometimes European-derived instruments.



My Friend Rain
'Dreamy musical segments, fleeting glimpses, odd sounds, temple shrines, decay, death, afternoon rains, and mysterious celebrations... from the Irrawaddy delta to humid nights on the streets of Isan province.'



Koes Plus Dheg Dheg Plas
Beat rockers, psych pop, ballads and freak-outs from Indonesia's answer to The Beatles.



Ethnic Minority Music of Northwest Xinjiang
Traditional Islamic folk music from China, with Arabic, Persian, and Turkish influences: Kazakh, Uyghur, Kirgiz and Mongol Erut musicians on stringed instruments like topchar, komuz, rushtar, rawab, tchang.




Indonesian Popular Music Kroncong, Dangdut, and Langgam Jawa
Dangdut is a raucous Javanese mix of Indian film music, transatlantic rock, scraps of Middle-Eastern pop. Kroncong songs with ukelele-style accompaniment (and brass band settings here) run way back to Portugal.




Uzbekistan Farhod Qori Halimov, Classical Tadjik Songs
Shashmaqom trio improvisation from Uzbekistan, artful and serious: heartfelt singing and fine tanbur lute playing, set off by the accompaniment of dutor and rabob lutes, and doyra percussion.