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Les Rallizes Denudes Yodo-Go-A-Go-Go
Aka Flightless Bird Needs Water Wings, a greatest hits 1967-82 by the most legendary of Japanese underground rock groups. Buckling and distorted as a rule; demented and dazed, freaked-out and lyrical by turns.



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.



Longing For The Past The 78rpm Era In Southeast Asia
A kaleidoscopic 90 selections sprawling over six decades, with a 272-page book of essays and notes richly illustrated with more than 250 vintage photographs, record labels and sleeves. Another ravishing DTD release...




Molam Thai Country Groove From Isan
An invigorating jumble of country soul and asides from Laos and Thailand, drawn from 70s and 80s LPs, 45s and cassettes, mixing electric guitars and organs with traditional instruments like the khaen and the phin. ...




Mongolia Songs And Morin Khuur
Stupefying throat singing (two notes simultaneously), 'long' songs (covering a very wide register in a single breath) and hyper-expressive 'short' songs; also pieces for the morin khuur fiddle. Warmly recommended.



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



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.'



Nat Pwe Folk And Pop Music Of Myanmar
Volume 3. 'the melodically ornamental and thundering sound of the Nat Pwe orchestra... impossible yet flawless execution of composition, wild free-form improvisation, ghost spirit-possessed vocal divas' (SF).



Night Recordings From Bali
From 1989 field recordings, around the villages of Peliatan and Ubud. Amidst fragments of gamelan and ketchak are sounds of the surrounding forests, odd folk for flute and drum, outdoor village theatre.



Nippon Girls Japanese Pop, Beat And Bossa Nova 1966-70
Belting and brassy, sexy and ardent, this is great fun.



Paradise Bangkok The Album
All those killer 45s in a very limited LP edition with a lovely, silk-screened and stitched sleeve, and etiological cartooning.



Pop Yeh Yeh Psychedelic Rock From Singapore And Malaysia, 1964-1970, Vol. 1
Twenty-six nuggets, presented with gorgeous three-panel artwork, and two forty-page booklets with extensive notes, lyrics in English, bios and rare photos, including many from the artists' own collections.