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Jon Hassell / Farafina
Flash of the Spirit

Jon Hassell is best known for his collaborations with non Western music and traditional African acts in a form of music he called Fourth World. On this his 1987 album Flash of the Spirit he records with Farafina - a percussion voice and dance collective. It was recorded by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois and this is its first ever vinyl remaster.  
  • Vinyl Double LP (GBLP087)
  • CD (GBCD087)
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Fu Chronicles

Brooklyn’s Antibalas mix afrobeat, funk and jazz, taking their inspiration from Fela Kuti and Harlem River Drive Orchestra. Lyrically they concentrate on political and social issues. Their 20 year career has seen them release 6 albums, with Fu Chronicles being their 7th. It is their 5th album for Daptone. Their name, if you were wondering, means Bulletproof in Spanish.
  • CD (DAP-060CD)

APALA: Apala Groups in Nigeria 1967-70

Apala is the music of Nigeria’s Yourba people. Apala: Apala Groups in Nigeria 1967-70 is the first time a compilation of Apala music has been released outside of Nigeria. The music’s main characteristics are the hypnotic rhythms brought about by the powerful drumming, nasal singing and the Agdigbo, or thumb piano. Other African musical styles are more well known in the West such as Fuji, Highlife, Juju and Afrobeat, but Apala is regarded as more of a roots or neo-traditional form of music. On Soul Jazz.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SJRLP440)
  • CD (SJRCD440)

Kinshasa 1978

Kinshasa 1978 is a compilation of recordings by Konono No. 1, Sankayi, Orchestre Bambala, Orchestre Bana Luya which were all recorded in, you guessed it, 1978. The songs presented here are previously unreleased reconstructed by Martin Meissonnier from a session produced by Bernard Treton. That session created the Congotronics sound and a 1986 album Zaire: Musiques Urbaines Kinshasa.
  • Vinyl LP (CRAM294LP)

Omar Souleyman

A modern global dance music hero and collaborator with Four Tet and Björk, and with (allegedly) over 500 live albums to his name, Syrian artist Omar Souleyman turns in his fourth studio album Shlon, released on Because Music. Spanning six tracks, the album sees Souleyman fuses techno and house with Lebanese folk dance dabke. 
  • Vinyl LP (BEC5650664)
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Sidiku Buari
Revolution (Live Disco Show In New York City)

Revolution (Live Disco Show In New York City) by Sidiku Buari displays different aspects of the artist. Side one is supposedly, although not definitely, recorded live at a show in NYC that may or may not have happened. Their disco sound is anchored by heavy bass. Side 2 shows the versatility of the band with a couple of politically charged numbers, a Christmas song and some afrobeat grooves.
  • Vinyl Double LP (BBE612ALP)
  • CD (BBE612ACD)

Kefaya + Elaha Soroor
Songs Of Our Mothers

Elaha Soroo is an Afghan singer and activist who arrived in London as a political refugee. There she connected with Kefaya, a musical collective and together they made Songs Of Our Mothers. An astonishing album that takes traditional Afghan women's folk songs and fills them out with thrilling, psychedelic arrangements. 
  • CD (BELLA950CD)
  • Vinyl LP (BELLA950V)
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Night Force & The Tom Cats

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Taiwan Disco

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Coming From Reality

The story of American singer-songwriter Rodriguez has been much covered over the years particularly in the Searching for the Sugarman film. His debut Cold Fact is a stone cold (fact) classic but less is known about his second (and final album to date) Coming From Reality. It again pitches Rodriquez with Dennis Coffey and features further stream of consciousness type songs that reference Bob Dylan but has a sound all of its own. 
  • Vinyl LP (LITA038LP)

Tino Contreras
Musica Infinita

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Eze-Nri Royal Drummers
Eze-Nri Royal Drummers Vol. 1

Eze-Nri Royal Drummers were a percussive group from the Nigeria region of West Africa who play a traditional form of African music featuring several forms of drums and percussion. This is seen as a particularly culturally significant release as the music remains unchanged from the music that was made in the region thousands of years ago.   
  • Vinyl LP (BBE506ALP)
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Sonora Casino

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Malaku Daku
Love Drums From The Ghetto

Love Drums From The Ghetto by Malaku Daku is an afro-funk rarity. Malaku Daku, a percussionist from Philadelphia, uses the drums for deeper meaning. In the west, drums are just about music. In African society they mean much more - from the ritualistic to the spiritual to communication and passion. You can feel everything going on in these grooves.
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Black Is Beautiful

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Uingizaji Hewa

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Erlon Chaves
Procura-se uma Virgem

Despite dying in 1974 at the age of just 41, Erlon Chaves is still well-known in his native land for his work in TV and film scoring. Chaves brought elements of funk and samba to the world of library music, and these unusual elements set him apart from many of his contemporaries in the field. His score for 1971 soft-porn flick Procura-se uma Virgem is a perfect setting for his groovy, slightly louche brand of soundtrack work. Now reissued via Mad About Records.
  • Vinyl LP (MAR 2)
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Super Mama Djombo
Super Mama Djombo

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London Is The Place For Me 7: Calypso, Palm-Wine, Mento, Joropo, Steel & Stringband

Lord Kitchener arrived on the Empire Windrush in 1948. He brought with him his song, London Is The Place For Me. London is the Place For Me: Calypso, Palm-Wine, Mento, Joropo, Steel & Stringband is a compilation released by Honest Jon’s and celebrates the music of the Caribbean and its influence on British music. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (HJRLP77)
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Fela Kuti & Afrika 70
J.J.D (Johnny Just Drop!!) - Live!! At Kalakuta Republik

Previously only available on vinyl as part of the Box Set series many moons ago, Knitting Factory issues Fela Kuti’s J.J.D (Johnny Just Drop) Live at Kalakuta Republik. A ferocious collection originally released in 1977, it saw the Afrobeat icon taking aim at Nigerians who had been to Europe and America and returned to the country feeling embarrassed about their roots. 
  • Vinyl LP (KFR2026-1)

Fela Kuti
Box Set #4 Compiled by Erykah Badu

Fela Kuti released so many albums during his spectacular lifetime that it can be hard to know precisely where to go as a listener. But worry not, Knitting Factory and Erykah Badu have got you covered! Box Set #4 contains seven discs of carefully compiled classics (chosen by Badu) from the Kuti catalogue, along with a booklet of in-depth commentaries and essays. Perfect.
  • Vinyl Deluxe LP box set (KFR4005-1)

MOGADISCO - Dancing Mogadishu (Somalia 1972 - 1991)

Rescued from a pile of dusty cassettes in the corner of the archives of Radio Mogadishu a couple of years back, MOGADISCO - Dancing Mogadishu is one of the most lovingly compiled collections in recent memory. Capturing strange instrumental music ranging from ersatz disco tunes to background music for radio, Analog Africa’s Samy Ben Redjeb presents a real insight into Somalia’s underground over a 20-year period from 1972 to 1991. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (AALP089)
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  • CD (AACD089)

Fela Kuti & Afrika 70
V.I.P. (Vagabonds In Power)

Previously only available on vinyl as part of the Box Set series many moons ago, Knitting Factory re-issues V.I.P. (Vagabonds In Power). Originally released in 1979 and recorded at the Berlin Jazz Festival the previous autumn, it’s a portrait of Fela Kuti in transition. Not only was it recorded right between the break-up of his Africa 70 group and the formation of Egypt 80, it was the last album that Fela made with long-time drummer Tony Allen. 
  • Vinyl LP (KFR2034-1)

Fela Kuti
Army Arrangement

Previously only available on vinyl as part of the Box Set series many moons ago, Knitting Factory issues Fela Kuti’s Army Arrangement album. Originally released in 1985, it examined the tribulations of Nigeria’s first statewide exercises in democracy in the aftermath of a decade of military rule. 
  • Vinyl LP (KFR2041-1)

Fela Kuti & Egypt 80
Underground System

Previously only available on vinyl as part of the Box Set series many moons ago, Knitting Factory issues Fela Kuti’s Underground System album (also known as U.S.). Recorded with his Egypt 80 band and released in 1992, it was sadly the final album of new material in the Afrobeat legend’s lifetime. 
  • Vinyl LP (KFR2045-1)

Mark Ernestus' Ndagga Rhythm Force

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Los Siquicos Litoralenos
Medianos Exitos Subtropicales Vol. 2: El Relincho Del Tiempo

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El Khat
Saadia Jefferson

A hands-on, practical genius as much as he is a creative one, Tel Aviv-based musician Eyal El Wahab uses homemade instrumentation, often made from repurposed household items and discarded junk, for his latest El Khat album Saadia Jefferson, which deconstructs Arabic musical traditions and examines his identity as a Yemeni Jew living in Israel. 
  • CD (BTR034CD)

Guy Buttery & Kanada Narahari

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Mammane Sani et Son Orgue
La Musique Électronique du Niger

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The Good Ones
Rwanda, You Should Be Loved

With the involvement of collaborators as illustrious as Nels Cline, Kevin Shields and Corin Tucker, the latest album from Rwandan group The Good Ones is a real treat. Based on very local musical and vocal traditions, Rwanda, You Should Be Loved was recorded live and without overdubs at band leader Adrien Kazigira’s farm. 
  • CD (277142)
  • Vinyl LP (277141)

I A De Sars

I A De Sars is the first and only record by Occitan artist Miquela. It is a little known album from 1978 that mixes acid folk, Braziliana, French Jazz and world music. The Occitan poet, Ives Roqueta, requested that Miquela record the album for his label Ventadorn, which he duly did. Reissue on Finders Keepers.
  • Vinyl LP (FKR103LP)

Rizan Said
Saz Û Dîlan

Saz Û Dîlan is the second solo album by Syrian composer, musician and producer Rizan Said. It his his take on Dabke - the traditional folk dance of Syria and surrounding countries. It is a modern, energetic updated take on the music of the dance. Said honed his craft making music for Syrian TV and film.
  • Vinyl LP (AKULP1018)

Kink Gong & Li Daiguo
Dali China

Kink Gong AKA French Musician Laurent Jeanneau, specialises in recording the music of ethnic minorities, mainly in South-East Asia. He happened to meet Chinese avant-garde musician Li Daiguo when they both played the same night in Chengdu. Dali China is made up from recordings of Li Daiguo playing traditional stringed instruments pipa and zheng along with the cello which have then been mixed with field recordings and electronic sounds by Kink Gong. A fascinating mix of traditional and contemporary sounds.
  • Vinyl LP (AKULP1019)

Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers
Music of Many Colours

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Smokey Haangala
Aunka Ma Kwacha

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El Wali

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Shina Williams & His African Percussions
Shina Williams

Here is a first official re-press of the second album by Lagos bandleader Shina Williams. Where his debut was a fun afrobeat and disco - inspired fusion, this 1980 self-titled album delves deeper into hypnotic grooves which have a much more raw and vital feel about them. Truly a lost classic, it should liven up any forward thinking dancefloor this Christmas. Quality re-issue from Mr. Bongo. 
  • Vinyl LP (MRBLP201)

Peter King
Omo Lewa

Peter King may have the everyday moniker of the guy down the pub who fixes your washing machine but he is in fact a lauded Nigerian band leader and multi-instrumentalist whose work blends funk, afrobeat and jazz. Omo Lewa is often cited as his finest work and has been lovingly re-issued by Mr Bongo who also previously re-issued his Miliki Sound album. 
  • CD (MRBCD102)
  • Vinyl LP (MRBLP102)

Issam Hajali
Mouasalat Ila Jacad El Ard

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Body Beat: Soca-Dub And Electronic Calypso (1979-98)

Expertly curated by Soundway Records founder Miles Cleret and DJ/collector Jeremy Spellacey, Body Beat is a 17-track, triple-vinyl whistle-stop story of the evolution of soca, from its emergence at the end of the Seventies to its wider recognition as a genre unto itself in the early Nineties. Features Peter Britto’s 1998 banger ‘I Want Your Love’ as its trailing single. 
  • Vinyl Triple LP (SNDWLP132)
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Confusingly the label is called 180g and the record is on 180g vinyl. Or maybe that's not confusing at all. What we have here are some far out contemporary groove from the far east from this multi instrumentalist and member of Kingdom Afrocks. The original edition came out on Jazzy Sport and amongst its fans were the guys from Lights in the Attic who were impressed by its afrobeat - leaning take on modern production. Get on it.  
  • Vinyl LP (180GLP03)
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David Attenborough
My Field Recordings from Across the Planet

The People’s Princess aka David Attenborough releases a collection of field recordings that he made in the ‘50s and ‘60s. Surprisingly this set is more Alan Lomax than Chris Watson - many of the tracks here are tapes of indigenous musics from Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Madagascar and many other places Attenborough went on his travels. My Field Recordings From Across The Globe comes with photographs and extensive liner notes.
  • CD (WRASS358)

Nina Atsuko
Play Room

As a rare slice of 80's urban jazz fusion, Nina Atsuko's 'Play Room' very much glided the wave of the big Japanese city pop revival, but with the singer-songwriter's very own unique slant on things. Nearly 40 years since its original release, this 10-track-long piece is a real Japanese city pop gem waiting to be re-discovered.

Tapan Meets Generation Taragalte

Atlas by Tapan Meets Generation Talagalte sees a perhaps unlikely union of two bands from different parts of the world with quite different musical approaches. Tapan come from Belgrade and play a blend of industrial, techno and tribal music. Generation Taragalte are of the nomadic Tuareg people and play amped-up desert blues. Atlas, a one-off collaboration can only be described as a collision of droning, electronic jazz, and psychedelic guitar riffs. As former football commentator Barry Davies might say "Interesting, very interesting..."
  • Vinyl 12" (SNDW12038)

The Rabbit That Hunts Tigers

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The Mahotella Queens
Meet The Mahotella Queens

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Frode Haltli
Border Woods

Border Woods is the second record by Swedish accordion player and composer Frode Haltli. It contains folk inspired compositions balancing the old wheezebox itself with nyckelharpa which is a kind of keyed fiddle popular in Sweden. This latest album strips back the sound of the larger ensemble compositions of last years Avant Folk album to create a varied album of nordic jams and improvisation.
  • CD (HUBROCD2613)

Pour Me A Grog: The Funaná Revolt in 1990s Cabo Verde

'Pour Me A Grog' is a loving examination of funaná, a music based on the gaita (accordion) instrument originating in Cabo Verde in the second half of the 20th century. In the context of colonial rule, it was a heavily policed music, but in the 90s, when the islands held their first democratic elections, the scene’s leading lights were finally let loose in studios. This is a snapshot of that time. 
  • Vinyl LP (OST008LP)
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Sidiku Buari
Disco Soccer

The first ever vinyl re-issue of Disco Soccer, the 1979 album from Alhaji Sidiku Buari. Originally an athlete, a music scholarship in America turned the Ghanaian-born star into a musician when he became attracted by baseball and was noticed as a potential music star because of the team chants he developed. If you’re a fan of disco or boogie, Disco Soccer is a true lost gem of the late Seventies. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (BBE587ALP)
  • CD (BBE587ACD)

Nigeria Soul Power 70 - Afro-Funk, Afro-Rock, Afro-Disco

Originally released as a 7” singles box set, Nigeria Soul Power 70 finally gets a re-issue that’s befitting of the legendary status that the original release has among fans. Concentrating on the funk, rock and disco scenes in Nigeria during the Seventies, particularly focussing on the output of the group known as Wings / BAF Wings, an army band that formed during the Biafran Civil War, it’s an expanded re-issue delivered by Soul Jazz on deluxe slipcase CD or double vinyl. 
  • CD (SJRCD446)

Kalmykian Archaic and Soviet Folk

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Abdallah Ag Oumbadougou
Anou Malane

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Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band

Meaning ‘Everybody!’ in Ghanaian, Obiaa! is the sophomore album from Pat Thomas & Kwashibu Area Band. Arriving four years after their energising debut, the double-LP promises an insight into the country’s musical soul, led by the brilliant 72 year old singer Pat Thomas, known as the ‘Golden Voice of Africa’. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (STRUT201LP)
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  • CD (STRUT201CD)

Yukihiro Takahashi

Just before he properly got going with Japanese electronic innovators Yellow Magic Orchestra in 1978, Yukihiro Takahashi, released a solo album, Saravah! It is an album central to Japanese music of the ‘70s. It is a mix of disco Funk, synth Pop, ambient, French exotica and bossa nova, and as you can probably tell from the album cover, it’s pretty slick.
  • Vinyl LP (WWSLP26)
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Congo Revolution – Revolutionary and Evolutionary Sounds from the Two Congos 1955-62

With political revolution etched into the soul of this heavyweight vinyl, 'Congo Revolution...' focusses on the eruption of music that occurred in the run up to independence in 1960. Just as mouthwatering is the 50-page booklet included, which contextualises the interwoven nature of the social and musical zeitgeist during this time.
  • CD (SJRCD437)

Betsayda Machado y la Parranda El Clavo
Loé Loá - Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree

Loé Loá - Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree was originally released in 2017. The title is meant to be taken literally - Betsayda Machado recorded this LP out in the open air of her hometown of El Clavo, Venezuela. The ‘Parranda’ of her backing band translates as ‘party’, and there’s certainly a spirit of movement and rhythm to these bustling drum instrumentals (a legacy, perhaps, of El Clavo's African heritage). However, there is also pain and worry to Loé Loá borne out of Venezuela’s difficult political situation. A powerful piece, Loé Loá is now set to wax for the first time courtesy of Olindo Records.
  • Vinyl LP (ORLP003)
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Ali Farka Touré

Legendary Malian musician and singer Ali Farka Touré is one of the African continent’s proudest proudest cultural exports, scooping three Grammys. Savane was originally released in July 2006, four months after his death at the age of 66, and stands as his final work. 13 years later, it receives its first-ever vinyl release. 
  • CD (0769233007520)
  • Vinyl Double LP (4050538498707)

Shina Williams & His African Percussionists
Agboju Logun

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Bibi Ahmed

Tuareg guitarist Bibi Ahmed studied under the desert blues master Abdallah ag Oumbadougou, so it’s really not surprising when you find out that he’s sh*t-hot on the six-string. Having cut his teeth in his band Group Inerane, on his debut LP Adghah we find the Nigerien playing all the instruments and singing. He has a beautiful clear voice that works well with his widescreen, really rather tender playing. Adghah is worth a cop if you’re into Mdou Moctar.
  • CD (SOSCD194)
  • Vinyl LP (SOSLP193)

BaBa ZuLa
Derin Derin

A swirling cauldron of krautrock, dub and psychedelia, Derin Derin is the successor to BaBa ZuLa’s acclaimed retrospective XX. The Istanbul-based collective, led by founder Osman Murat Ertel, has always made politically switched-on music influenced by the state of the world, and Derin Derin is no different. 
  • Vinyl LP (GBLP082)
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Atomic Forest
Disco Roar

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Mariana Ingold
Cara A Cara

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Sidiku Buari
Feelings / Sidiku Buari And His Jam Busters

A beautifully packaged re-issue of two unbelievably rare Afro-disco records from Sidiku Buari and his backing band, courtesy of BBE Africa. Originally released via the oft-collected Precious Records in the late Seventies, Feelings and Sidiku Buari & His Jambusters both represent a unique take on the lush, detailed Studio 54 productions coming out of New York at the height of disco. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (BBE583ALP)
  • CD (BBE583ACD)

Gyedu-Blay Ambolley and Zantoda Mark III

Control by Gyedu-Blay Ambolley and Zantoda Mark III has been rather hard to get hold of since its release in 1980. The album mixes highlife sounds (a modern twist on traditional Ghanaian rhythms played with western instruments) with synth-based funk and boogie. This reissue follows the albums Ambolley and Simigwa, also reissued by Mr. Bongo.
  • Vinyl LP (MRBLP199)
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Mack Porter
Peace On You

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Leonardo Marques
Early Bird

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Lord Echo

Lord Echo is the alter ego of brilliantly named New Zealand producer Mike Fabs, a multi-instrumentalist known for blending 60's inspired songwriting with modern day dancefloor production. Curiosities was his second album from 2013 and combines myriad influences such as dub, funk and afro beat in a soulful, eclectic collection that aimed Fabs music purely towards the clubs in contrast to his earlier more laid back work. First time on 2LP vinyl for all you audiophiles out there. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (SNDWLP133)

Tudo Faz Sentido (Brasingles Vol.4)

Selva Discos head back to the 90’s for the latest drop in their Brasingles series. Gang 90 e as Absurdettes singer Taciana originally issued ‘Tudo Faz Sentido’ through !K7 back in 1995, and the track’s melting-pot club sound firmly timestamps it when heard today. This is a sleek mix of dub, deep house, samba and that sort of ‘Beautiful Stranger’-type chord progression that was happening in a lot of pop music back then. Original producer Suba serves up a psychedelic, slightly Balearic extended mix here too.
  • Vinyl 12" (OMSD008)

Alexis Zoumbas
A Lament From Epirus 1926-1928

Alexis Zoumbas was a Greek folk-violinist who knocked about in the early 20th Century. Back in 2014 the Angry Mom Archives label got together A Lament From Epirus 1926-1928, a collection of expressive and mournful fiddle pieces to stir the soul. Having sold out pretty damn quickly on first release, Third Man have now decided to snap up the collection for a new pressing. Their edition of A Lament From Epirus 1926-1928 comes with a bonus 7” that features two tracks not included on the 2014 version. If you like the work of Death Is Not The End then this one’ll do you nicely.
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Harry Mosco
Peace & Harmony

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Alefa Madagascar - Salegy, Soukous & Soul 1974 - 1984

Throughout the recent glut of reissues and compilations that have focussed on African music from the 70’s and 80’s the country of Madagascar has been strangely absent. Strut Records finally set that right with Alefa Madagascar, a deluxe set that focuses on the salegy, soukous and soul sounds of the island nation. With radio bringing music from neighbouring nations like South Africa and Kenya, and the Discomad label championing the best local talent, the result was a musical style that has the propulsive grooves of other sub-Saharan pop styles while also adding in curious rhythmic and textural flourishes.
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Daymé Arocena

Daymé Arocena is a singer from Cuba. Her eponymous album lays down rumba rhythms which are then sprinkled with jazz. She is backed by a crack team of fellow Cuban musicians. She is influenced by legends of Cuban music such as La Lupe and Tito Puente. Recently she has collaborated with Dexter Story and Roberto Fonseca. Apparently, her live show is quite the thing to behold, so perhaps try and catch her in town sometime.
  • CD (BWOOD203CD)

Esa Presents Amandla: Music To The People

Producer and DJ Esa turns curator for this new Soundway Records compilation. On Amandla: Music For The People the artist selects music from around the world that builds up a composite picture of his wide-ranging influences. This policy makes for a varied LP - Kwaito house tracks from Esa’s native South Africa sit side-by-side with French Antillean zouk tunes. Esa gets his hands in the mix too, coming through with an extended edit of the Ze Spirits Band’s ‘Tucheza’.
  • Vinyl Double LP (SNDWLP131)
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Ebo Taylor Jnr with Wuta Wazutu
Gotta Take It Cool

Yes, Ebo Taylor Jnr. is indeed the son of the legendary Ghanaian bandleader/guitarist/singer Ebo Taylor. Seems like talent runs in the family - the 1978 LP Gotta Take It Cool finds Junior team up with Wuta Wazutu for a set of highlife and Afrobeat tunes that would make his father proud. Original copies of Gotta Take It Cool are extremely difficult to track down these days, so it’s a good thing Mr. Bongo have got this reissue together.
  • Vinyl LP (MRBLP210)
  • CD (MRBCD210)

Manu Chao
Clandestino / Bloody Border

The reason that Manu Chao is now the poster-boy for ‘world music’ (we’ll not delve into the politics of that particular term here) is largely due to the success of his debut LP Clandestino. This record has sold a bajillion copies since its release in 1998 and continues to be beloved for its poppy mix of Latin guitar styles, reggae, multilingual lyrics and vaguely revolutionary invective. Personally this Norman Records™ writer is most grateful for this record because it paved the way for Robbie Williams’s truly mind-boggling cover of ‘Bongo Bong’ about a decade later. This new edition of Clandestino has been remastered and contains a trio of new songs - one of which is an updated version of the title-track.
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Jorge Ben
Jorge Ben

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Kalbata ft. Tigris

Vanrock is a collaboration between Fortuna head honcho Kalbata with the five piece Afrodelic band Tigris. The result is six percussion-led tracks which distil the latter's Caribbean and African influences with the more techno and balearic sounds of the former. A fascinating meeting of minds and blending of genres which puts disparate influences together for something rather transcendental. Rock it in a van or any other vessel of your choosing.    
  • Vinyl LP (FTNLP006)

Higher Plane Breeze

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Fernando Falcao
Barracas Barrocas

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Fernando Falcao
Memoria das Aguas

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Gökçen Kaynatan

One of the most important figures in the modern history of Turkish popular music, Gökçen Kaynatan is largely responsible for anything made with synthesisers in the country. Cehennem is a collection of much-speculated upon and mainly previously unheard EMS Synthi AKS recordings, some of which date back to his earliest days and one of which was finished during recovery from brain surgery. 
  • Vinyl LP (25CACKLP)

Les Choc Stars du Zaire / Teknokrat's
Nakombe Nga / What Did She Say

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Chico Mann
Magical Thinking

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Ziad Rahbani
Abu Ali

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Tony Allen / Ricardo Villalobos
Dekmantel 10 Years 10.1

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Jay U Xperience

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Abdou El Omari
Nuits D' Ete Avec Naima Samih

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Abdou El Omari
Nuits De Printemps

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