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Haiti Direct Big Band, Mini Jazz And Twoubadou Sounds, 1960-1978
This sensational, eagerly-awaited compilation by Sofrito is the best Strut in donkeys and sure to be one of the key outernational releases of the year...



Ti Paris Et Sa Guitare
The landmark 1958 debut of this revered Haitian troubadour. Voice, maracas, guitar... a bluesy kind of folk music just a short hop from calypso. Beautifully simple, rooted, intimate, full of feeling.



Luis Perez Ipan In Xiktli Metztli
Amazing, deeply grooving, cosmic ethnography from Mexico in 1981, magically combining ancient percussion and wind instruments with electric guitar, tape delay and synths. Lovely silk-screened sleeves.



Peru Maravilloso Vintage Latin, Tropicalia And Cumbia
Refreshing, ricocheting tangle of 60s and 70s cumbia, guaracha and chicha, and soul jazz, Latin fusion, rock and psychedelia, and traditional Andean, Peruvian criollo and Afro-Latin traditional styles.



Lord Invader Calypso In New York
Sides from the 1940s and 50s, traditional songs and originals about Chicago and New York, the subway, racism and Pepsi, Africa and Trinidad. Factory-sealed cut-out, with an incision in the case.





Mirror To The Soul Music, Culture And Identity In the Caribbean 1920-72
A lucky-bag of fabulous music, from Cachao to Count Ossie, plus on DVD a freewheeling assemblage of Pathe newsreel, ranging from voodoo to flying fish. Tremendous work by SJ... warmly recommended.



George Moxey Plays Music For Dancing
Caribbean lounge-jazz from the veteran pianist, supported by the Ernest Ranglin Trio. Japanese import.



Leslie Butler We've Only Just Begun
Soul jazz from the jazz pianist plus trio. The first half's a bit soft, before Aquarius marks the dawning of the funky stuff Evil Ways, Shaft, Booty Butt ending with a cooking cover of The Meters' Funky Miracle...





London Is The Place For Me 5 And 6: Afro-Cubism, Calypso, Highlife, Mento, Jazz
At last, a fresh delivery of open-hearted, bitter-sweet, mash-up postcards to the here and now, from young black London.
Proper Brit Pop.





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