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Radio Java
Dangdut, keroncong, jaipongan, rock, pop, disco, as well as theatre, commercials, DJs, news snippets, and other broadcast bits and pieces.



Radio Myanmar (Burma)
Assorted strange and beautiful pop, folk, and classical music styles intercut with bits of broadcast staples like synth ballads, hip-hop jingles, and internationally popular songs re-recorded in Burmese.



Radio Sumatra The Indonesian FM Experience
From 2004: dangdut, melayu, gambus, punk, rap, psych, Islamic folk, you name it; with snatches of news, karaoke call-ins, ads, prayers and US-style station-IDs.



Russia The Tradition Of Wind Instruments
Eighteenth and nineteenth century folk repertoire featuring horn, overtone flute, panpipes, vertical flute, shepherds' trumpet and violin or balaika.



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.'



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).




Solomon Islands Music Of Guadalcanal
From the Ghaobata and Bahomea regions funeral songs, dances and a four-bamboo organ played by the wind, and panpipe ensembles, with their characteristic twin drones, an octave apart.




Sri Lanka Ritual And Religious Music
Hindu and Buddhist ceremonies recorded on the wing, in the thick of the action slowly rising vocal drones, a big-bellied oboe, double-headed drums, chanting Bhikku monks, phallic cults.



Sroeng Santi Kao Mai Rak Rao Rhok
Driving, widescreen funk, with squalling guitar, funk horns, and Santi compelling as ever. Plus a rocking molam instrumental with droning khaen, woozy percussion and staunch phin. Pretty killer seven.



Streets Of Lhasa
From the high plateau of Tibet where street balladeers get by selling passionate performances of folk songs, with banjo and violin-like instruments like the 'erhu' and the 'san xian'.




Tadjikistan Maqam Nava
Central Asian art music derived from the Shash maqam of Bukhara performed by the singer Jurabeg Nabiev, with the Ensemble Dorrdane.