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Steel An' Skin Reggae Is Here Once Again
Great, great rewind from Afro-Caribbean London, 1979. The 20th Century Steel Band compounds intricate Afro-Trini rhythms with reggae and dub, funk, disco and soul, not to mention the eco-operatics.



Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae Dub
From our heartlands the late 70s Grove a stupendous mixture of stomping disco, dub and steel band, in its lineage crossing Ginger Johnson (from London Is The Place For Me) with The Twentieth Century Steel Band.





Tabou Combo Respect...
A Brooklyn-1973 brew of Compas carnivalesque Haitian party music and other Carib styles, mixed with funk, soul, psych. Treated guitars, ain't-no-stoppin' percussion.



The Quantic Soul Orchestra Tropidelico
A fusion of funk, cumbia, latin, afro, hip-hop and more featuring J-Live, Noelle (The Rebirth) and Malcolm Catto amongst the guests.



The Roots Of Chicha Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru
Chicha is the late-sixties in-thing scrambling of traditionally-demented cumbia dance music. Uncouth electric guitar and organ join the mix, with other electronic debauchery.



The Roots Of Chicha 2
More psychedelic cumbias from Peru.



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.




Tropical Funk Experience
A Quantic selection, mostly Colombian, great stuff.



Tumbele! Biguine, Afro And Latin Sounds From The French Caribbean, 1963-74
The lovely, overlooked music of Guadeloupe and Martinique, which mixes the heavy drums and rhythms of Haiti, the Congo and Puerto Rico into jazz and calypso, and the lilting gentility of the local biguine.



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.



Anibal Velasquez Y Su Conjunto Mambo Loco
The master accordionist of Colombia's Musica Tropical movement.



Venezuela Gerson Garcia, Bandola Des Llanos
The joropo, pasaje and tonada (with roots in sixteenth-century Spain) played on the bandola, a pear-shaped, four-stringed guitar, made from cedar with maracas and cuatro accompaniment.