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Tadjikistan Abduvali Abdurashidov: Classical Music and Songs
A master of the sato (a bowed tambur or long-necked lute held vertically) joined by Tajik singer Ozoda Ashurova in this beautiful, haunting, little-known court music. Plus doyra drum and dotar lute.



Teddy Robin And The Playboys Magic Colours
Sixties garage, beat and psych from Hong Kong.



Tenjo Sajiki Baromon
1972 homosexual call to arms. Fuzzed-out guitar riffs, heavy organ-based psych rock; lachrymose barroom ballads and smutty spoken interjections. Originally sold only under the counter in Tokyo gay bars.



Tenjo Sajiki Sho O Suteyo, Machi E Deyo / 'Throw Away The Books'
Centred around adolescents reading out their own tortured texts about family breakups, the teen murderer Norio Nagayama, and Mick Jagger set to a rough, pounding psych-rock soundtrack by organist Kuni Kawachi.







The Roots Of Gamelan The First Recordings: Bali 1928, New York 1941
Magical early recordings by 'world music' pioneer Colin McPhee.




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.



Theppabutr Productions The Man Behind The Molam Sound, 1972-75
Profiling producer Theppabutr Satirodchompu the first in a series of albums celebrating the key-players of modern molam music, from Northeast Thailand. Limited vinyl from Light In The Attic.



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.




Turkestan Kirghiz Komuz And Kazakh Dombra
The ancient, shamanist, animist culture of the oriental Turks musically expressed in kuu by the komuz, a long-necked lute with a pear-shaped sound-box, and kui by the two-stringed dombra, about a metre long.