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Cumbia Beat Volume 1
'Experimental Guitar Driven Tropical Sounds From Peru, 1960-1976.'




Los Destellos Constelacion
Classic but questing Peruvian cumbia from Enrique Delgado's outfit, originally released in 1971. Twisting, glittering party music, steeped in surf, psych and Latin American roots.




El Gran Fellove Mango Mangue
Drummer, singer and showman, veteran of the Cuban Jam Session LPs, Francisco Valdes moved to Mexico City in 1955. His guarachera and chuachua scatting mixes up ska and mambo, Cuban, Mexican and Puerto Rican styles.



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.



Gozalo! Bugalu Tropical Vol.4
Further excavations amidst the tropical Peruvian music of the 1960s, careering between the mambo era just over, and the salsa and cumbia upheaval to come.



Grupo Naidy Arriba Suena Marimba
Gorgeous currulao from the Pacific coast of Colombia.



Guadeloupe The Quadrille Tradition
Creole, accordion-led quadrilles derived from 19th-century French high society. Sweetly melodious, highly rhythmic, Caribbeanized with a deep African twist. Tanboudbass drum, siyak guitar, triangle, chacha shaker.



Henri Guedon Cosmozouk
Dazzling, expansive, Latin-Caribbean brilliance from 1974 by the Martiniquan percussionist check molten descarga Vulcano and jazzy guaganco Negro Lucumi revived on 180g vinyl in made-in-Japan sleeves.



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...



Havana And Matanzas, Cuba Bata, Bembe, And Palo Songs From The Historic Recordings Of Lydia Cabrera And Jo
Songs and ceremonies of the Yoruba, Dahomean, and Kongo-Angolan religions, performed by Marcus Portillo Dominguez, Candido Martinez and others, recorded in Cuba in the late 1950s by Lydia Cabrera.



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



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.