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Rejoice (CD)
Cat: 405053 855750. Rel: 20 Mar 20
  1. Robbers Thugs & Muggers (O'Galajani)
  2. Agbada Bougou
  3. Coconut Jam
  4. Never (Lagos Never Gonna Be The Same)
  5. Slow Bones
  6. Jabulani (Rejoice, Here Comes Tony)
  7. Obama Shuffle Strut Blues
  8. We've Landed
Review: Two titans of African music come together for a collaboration that will sadly never be repeated after the passing of the late Hugh Masekela. Allen's instantly recognisable drumming and Masekela's iconic trumpet are a match made in heaven - after all their paths first crossed back in the 70s thanks to Fela Kuti's galvanizing energy. Forget the throwback stuff trying to capture the spirit of the originators, this IS the originators sounding cool and deadly in every way. Funk lovers, Afrobeat heads, curious ears and dancing souls take heed - this right here is an unmissable transmission from two grandmasters in their field.
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  1. Sakara (Benin)
  2. Court Orchestra Of Naba Tigre (Burkina Faso)
  3. Wame Igini Kamu (Papua New Guinea)
  4. Duet Of Sanzas (Bissa)
  5. Samy Faly (Madagascar)
  6. Pili Pe (Papua New Guinea)
  7. Medzang Me Biang (Gabon)
  8. Malinke Balafons (Guinea)
  9. Laments (Papua New Guinea)
  10. Cengume (Benin)
  11. Bopal Solo (Burkina Faso)
  12. Balante Balafon (Guinea Bissau)
  13. Mbale (Centrafrican Republic)
  14. Sohan Lal - "Sodina" (India)
  15. Kheo Oudon - "Khene Lao" (Laos)
  16. Madurai Ramaswami Gautam - "Dhrupad" (India)
Review: For the uninitiated, Charles Duvelle was one of the pioneers of field recording. Between the mid 1950s and the late 1970s, he traveled around Africa, the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Islands and South East Asia, making recordings of traditional percussion workouts, folk songs and obscure indigenous instruments. This superb set gathers together the best of his work - including a swathe of previously unreleased recordings. The two discs come tucked inside a luscious, hardcover art book which not only showcases Duvelle's photographs of the lost tribes and traditional music-makers he encountered en route, but also an in depth interview in which he discusses his vast contribution to the art of field recording.

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- The Photographs of Charles Duvelle: Disques Ocora and Collection Prophet focuses on composer and musicologist Charles Duvelle's pioneering field recordings, as well as his now-iconic photographs and graphic design.
- The material focuses on the five regions surveyed during his time with Ocora: West Africa, Central Africa, Indian Ocean, Pacific Islands, and SouthEast Asia. ?
- This 296-page fine-art photography book comprises an exhaustive collection of Charles Duvelle's field photography from 1959 to 1978 (188 black-and-white and 58 colour photographs).
- Two CDs of archival recordings (some of which have never been published) selected, annotated, and compiled exclusively for this volume by Charles Duvelle.
- Contains an exhaustive interview with Charles Duvelle by Hisham Mayet.
- The book is printed on 170 gsm Lumisilk matte art paper.
- Hardcover book; 10"x10"; 296 pages; 4.5 lbs.

Disques Ocora, a French label dedicated to capturing and publishing the sounds of folkloric culture from around the world, is held in the highest possible regard in the realms of professional and amateur ethnomusicology. Instigated in 1958 by Pierre Schaeffer, the founder of musique concrete, Disques Ocora's sterling reputation is largely built on composer and musicologist Charles Duvelle's pioneering field recordings, as well as his now-iconic photographs and graphic design.

Charles Duvelle's work is indisputably one of the most important contributions to the human understanding of the rich biodiversity of our planet's music and language. In 1977, his field recordings from Benin were selected by Carl Sagan for inclusion on the Voyager Golden Records, which were carried into outer space by the Voyager spacecraft to stand as an example of humanity's highest musical expressions for the universe's unknown listeners.

Sublime Frequencies' most ambitious project to date, this 296-page fine-art photography book comprises an exhaustive collection of Charles Duvelle's field photography from 1959 to 1978 (188 black-and-white and 58 colour photographs), demonstrating that this master musicologist had an equally unerring eye for photography; Includes a photo index listing the details of each photograph. It also contains an exhaustive interview with Charles Duvelle by Hisham Mayet, detailing the history of the label and offering Duvelle's unique insights into the discipline of field recording (French and English facing text).

The package includes two full-length CDs of archival recordings (some of which have never been published) selected, compiled, and fully annotated by Duvelle himself. Most of the tracks on CD one (Africa) are complete versions of truncated tracks from OOP Ocora LPs. CD two, which includes performances by Sohan Lal, Kheo Oudon, and Madurai Ramaswami Gautam, is focused on material from Asia (music from India and Laos), with two long tracks that have never been released (a third track is a complete unedited version).

The material focuses on the five regions surveyed during his time with Ocora: West Africa, Central Africa, Indian Ocean, Pacific Islands, and SouthEast Asia. It includes "Disques Ocora / Charles Duvelle Discography, 1959-1974", a complete overview illustrated with 94 full-colour album thumbnails, "The Prophet Collection, 1999-2004" a discography of Duvelle's post-Ocora label illustrated with 41 full-colour album thumbnails, "Eastern Music in Black Africa", a 17-page report prepared by Charles Duvelle at the request of UNESCO (February 1970), and a review of the Ocora catalogues (1964-1973). In a tribute to Disques Ocora's exquisite design sensibility, the book is printed on 170 gsm Lumisilk matte art paper and bound in grey buckram with gold foil stamping on the cover and spine. The front cover includes a tipped-on glossy photograph by Charles Duvelle. Hardcover book; 10"x10"; 296 pages; 4.5 lbs. Produced and edited by Hisham Mayet.
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Sparks (CD)
Cat: MHRCD 005.
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  1. Ana Damir El Motakallim
  2. Mouasala Ila Jacad El Ard
  3. Khobs
  4. Lam Azal
  5. Ada
  6. Yawma Konna
  7. Intazirne
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Houmeissa (CD)
Cat: SS 049CD. Rel: 25 Jan 19
  1. Terroir
  2. Houmeissa
  3. Dounia
  4. Bororo
  5. Wassa
  6. Takamba
  7. Touareg
  8. Baoura
  9. Takamba (remix)
  10. Yeta Yeta
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  1. Feed Me Good
  2. Barretts Bag
  3. Ngoma
  4. Oua Train
  5. Welcome To The Party
  6. Santa Cruz
  7. Tico
  8. Har-You Theme
  9. Montego Joe's Har-You Postscript (bonus track)
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Planet Drum (CD + booklet)
UMC
Cat: B 002578202. Rel: 09 Dec 16
  1. Udu Chant (0:30)
  2. Island Groove (0:30)
  3. Light Over Shadow (0:30)
  4. Dance Of The Hunter's Fire (0:30)
  5. Jewe "You Are The One" (0:30)
  6. The Hunt (0:30)
  7. Temple Caves (0:30)
  8. The Dancing Sorcerer (0:30)
  9. Bones (0:30)
  10. Lost River (0:30)
  11. Evening Samba (0:30)
  12. Iyanu "Surprises" (0:30)
  13. Mysterious Island (0:30)
  14. Sea Of Showers (0:30)
  15. Throat Games (0:30)
  16. The Spot (0:30)
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Cold Fire (CD)
Cat: PMG 066CD. Rel: 20 Apr 17
  1. Out Of Sight
  2. Cold Fire
  3. I Need Your Loving
  4. Got To Know
  5. Funky Port Harcourt
  6. Intro
  7. Be With Me
  8. Not Yours Anymore
  9. Put On Your Funky Shoes
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  1. Roads Of Otumpa (feat Vovotinha - vocal)
  2. Leealeh
  3. Ngunga Yeti Fofa (feat Nicolas Tounga)
  4. Kingdom Of D'mt
  5. Shangold
  6. Circles
  7. Chess Break
  8. Ka Rica-Tar
  9. Transition X
  10. Orange
  11. The Cave
  12. Irtijal (feat Mocine Ramdan)
  13. Tamanrasset
  14. JB RIP
  15. Transition G
  16. Can't Stand The Pressure
  17. M'Hammath (live)
  18. Coomassi
  19. Dege Dub
  20. Transition F
  21. Medium Rare (part 1)
  22. The Funk (Happysad)
  23. Beyond Squares
  24. Roads Of Otumpa (instrumental)
Review: Man of many talents Jan "JJ Whitefield" Weissenfeldt established Karl Hector & The Malcouns back in 2008, incorporating members of previous projects Poets of Rhythm and Syrup. Unlike those projects, which paid tribute to funk and disco respectively, The Malcouns effortlessly blend elements of Afrobeat, highlife, psychedelia and, most intriguingly, krautrock. This third album picks up where its' predecessors left off, delivering a range of tracks that blend African vocals and instrumentation with the loose, low-slung experimentalism of krautrock, and the distinctive grunt of vintage funk. It's a formula that guarantees success time and again, with highlights including the Fela-on-a-trip wonkiness of "Shangold", and the hazy tropical bliss of "Transition X".
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Cat: 33XTREME 018.
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Cat: MRBCD 147. Rel: 04 Nov 19
  1. Messy Love
  2. Baobad Tree
  3. I Will Keep You
  4. Spirit Reflection
  5. Entranced
  6. Super Nova Lovers
  7. Stay A While
  8. Lo Mas Dulce
  9. Into Oya!
  10. Windwaves
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An Anthology (4xCD + booklet)
Cat: AMARP 1131188. Rel: 11 Feb 14
  1. Ahd El Ekhewwa
  2. Gaggedi Ya Nafsi Hazzek
  3. Sallemte Ruhak
  4. Ya Nahif Al Qawam
  5. Waghak Mushriq
  6. Amara Ya Ammura
  7. El Hobbe Sabbahni Adam
  8. Enta Farid Fel Hosn
  9. El Hosn Ana Eshe To
  10. Fe Maglis El Ons El Hani
  11. Bustan Gamalak
  12. El Bolbol Gani
  13. Ahin En Nafs
  14. Ana A'Sha Fi Zamani
  15. El Warde Fo Wagnat Bahiyy El Ganal
  16. Atani Zamani
  17. La Ya En
  18. Ya Mufrad El Ghid
  19. Fa Ya Muhgati Dhubi Gawan
  20. Idil L-Yamjn
  21. Ya Nakhleten Fel Alali
  22. Ya Hadiyal Is
  23. Nahat Fa Agabtuha
  24. Hati Ayyuha A-Saqi
  25. A Saqiyaya A Kharmun Fi Ku Usikuma
  26. La Tehsibu Inn El Be Ad
  27. El Albe Dab Es Efini
  28. Sahi L-Gefun
  29. Amr El-Gharam
  30. Ila Muhayyaka Nuru I Badr
  31. Min Habbak Awla Be Urbak
  32. Ala Fi Sabili Lah
  33. Shakawtu Fa Qalat
  34. A Lasta Wa Adtani
  35. Araka Asiyya D Dami
  36. Sabah Ed Sabah
  37. Umri Alayka Tashawwuqan
  38. Ma Ahebbe Gherak
  39. Ya Di L-Gamal Wed Dalal
  40. Ya Laylu Inna L-Habiba Wafa
  41. Ye Ish Khedewi Masr
  42. Ya Masr Unsek Al
  43. Ya Akhal El En
  44. Tih Dalalan
  45. Maliki Ana Abdak
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Ofel (CD)
Cat: AR 123CD. Rel: 19 Apr 19
  1. Intro
  2. OFEL I
  3. Breathe
  4. Rexico
  5. Power Ballad
  6. OFEL II
  7. EF-M
  8. Beit Lechem
  9. Outro
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The Great Comeback (15xCD box Set)
Cat: 190759 35332.
out of stock $89.03
out of stock $7.33
  1. Bonfo
  2. Fere
  3. Onifere No. 2
  4. Oyejo
  5. Oloruka
  6. Awo
  7. Great Kids
  8. Amaechi's Blues
  9. Yese
  10. Egbin
  11. Orise
  12. Eke
  13. V.C. 7
  14. I Know Your Feeling
  15. Signature Tune
  16. It's Highlife Time
  17. Lagos Baby
  18. Omuti
  19. Olufue
  20. Araba's Delight
  21. Wa Dele
  22. Lai Se
  23. Mi O Mo
  24. Obinrin Le
  25. Omo Ejo
  26. Everyday I Go My Blues
  27. Moti Gborokan
  28. Waka Waka
  29. Ako
  30. Ororuka
  31. Lai Se
  32. Onidodo
  33. Alagbara
  34. Ajo
  35. Abiara
  36. Se E Tun De
  37. Waka Waka
  38. My Baby Don Love Me
  39. Home Cooking
Review: While most fans of African music are familiar with Fela Kuti's pioneering Afrobeat work during the 1970s, few are quite as informed on his 1960s material. This excellent three-disc collection aims to put the record straight, gathering together rare studio and live recordings made by the great man and his then backing band, Koola Lobitos. Featuring Kuti on trumpet, rather than the saxophone he later became famous for playing, the material joins the dots between Highlife, Afro-jazz and Afro-soul. Over the course of the three discs, the evolution of what would later become known as Afrobeat slowly unfurls before your ears.
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