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Fortuna Records Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Shimshon Miel
Amsterdam To Nueiba

Fortuna Records have unearthed another gem here. Tel Aviv-born hippie Shimshon Miel self-released his only LP in 1977. It was a strange experiment in psychedelia, full of drum circle percussion and floating chemtrails of guitar. Fortuna have repackaged two of the album’s cuts here as Amsterdam to Nueib...view item »

Tsvia Abarbanel
Eastern Soul

Israeli crate-diggers Fortuna Records have a bit of a thing for Yemeni singer Tsvia Abarbanel. The label’s first release was a 7” single featuring her tracks ‘Wings Of Love’ and &...view item »

Al Shark

ATTENTION grabbing to say the least. If Omar Souleyman and Muslimgauze got together with a happy Phantom of the Opera to make some cheeky house. Gritty and distorted bass loops, with frantic organ soloing and electro toms that turn to sharp percussion on the flipside. Initially funny, but after 20 seconds it&rsq...view item »

Aris San
Boumpam / Dam Dam

The king of the ‘Greek Jaffa’ sound makes it to 10” vinyl on this extremely limited release from Fortuna Records. Aris San revolutionised Greek traditional music in the 1970s by replacing the bouzouki with an electric guitar and psychedelic mindset. Boumpam/Dam Dam...view item »

Kara Kaslar

From the heart of the ‘Israeli Greek craze’ of the 1970’s (what, you didn’t know about that?) comes these rare tracks of psych-tinged traditional tunes by Levritros. You don’t need to worry too much about historical context though, as Kara Kaslar is instantly recognisable as great (and danc...view item »

Ihsan Al Munzer
Belly Dance Disco

Fortuna Records give you Belly Dance Disco by Ihsan Al Munzer, a Lebanese musician who originally released the two tracks on this 12” in 1979. As you’d imagine, the tracks are eastern inspired disco tunes with heavy moog, upbeat synths and jangling percussion. Get ya belly out lads, ...view item »

The Jazz Workshop
Mezare Israel Yekabtzenu

Some middle-eastern improvisations from The Jazz Workshop. Mezare Israel Yekabtzenu is a reissue of a little known gem. This features Israeli musicians combining their own roots and traditional music with 60s era post-bop / hard-bop styles from the USA east coast. A real Coltrane/Tyner meets the middle-ea...view item »