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Honduras Wabaruagun Ensemble, Songs Of The Black Caribs
Possession and funeral songs and drumming, full of Africa, but sustaining its Indian Carib roots.



Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol. 3
Torrid Peruvian boogaloo, guaracha and other sixties styles, jacked up by a sense of world-wide political change in musical tradition, the bridge between mambo and salsa.




Mexico The Festival Of San Miguel Tzinacapan
Double-headed drums, horns and shells, guitars and violins, reed flutes and cascabeles whirled together in festive and ritualistic dance music, an amazing mixture of indian-Mexico and Spanish Middle Ages.



Sound Man Shots The Caribou And Downbeat 78s Story
Jamaican mento and calypso by the likes of Tanamo, Count Lasher and Laurel Aitken; and the US rhythm and blues licensed there, in the run-up to ska.



Yage Pinta! Psychedelic Shaman: Songs Of Santiago Mutumbajoy
Hypnotic, droning, wild field recordings of shamanic ceremonies taken by the brilliant anthropologist Michael Taussig.




Manteca Ritmo Y Sabor
The business pure, heavy, deep Afro Cuban funk grooves. 1970s bass-driven percussion delirium. Lazaro Pla aka Manteca alongside Nelson 'El Flaco' Pardon on timbales and Carlos Potato Valdes on congas.



Cuba Punto And Trova Of Sancti Spiritus
Guajira, trova, guaracha, bolero and punto from the heart of Cuba, lavishly done lutes and tres luminously crossing traditions from Spain, the Canaries and Africa.



Omara Portuondo Gracias
The Buena Vista diva, nostalgic but still experimenting check her duets with Brazilian legend Chico Buarque, and Richard Bona, the bassist from Cameroon.





Puerto Plato Mujer De Cabaret
From 2008, the great Dominican traditionalist in full and saucy voice, his Cuban-style music led by brilliant, virtuoso guitar-playing.




Tzotziles Psalms, Stories And Music
Field recordings of ritual music, made over twenty years amongst Mayan Indians in Mexico. The instruments are hand-made harps, guitars, drums, little fiddles, and water pipes that mimic bird song.