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Cat: AFR 45013. Rel: 18 Mar 16
  1. Mulatu Astatke - "Assiyo Bellema" (feat Frank Holder & Niaaza Alsherif) (2:53)
  2. Teshome Meteku - "Hasabe" (3:55)
Review: Another weighty slab of Ethiopian music history from Mr Bongo... First up is the hugely influential fusionist Mulatu Astatke with the Latin-meets-Afro jam "Assiyo Bellema". Loaded with frenetic guitars and mesmerising drum work from Frank Holder, this was actually recorded during Mulatu's time in London. Flip for an equally influential force in Ethiopian music: Soul Ekos Band affiliate Teshome Meteku with a more traditional local sound, Teshome's yearning insistent vocals wrap around the horns and tight drums like fog around a mountain. Captivating.
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Wasso (12")
Cat: MWB 007. Rel: 09 Jan 18
  1. Wasso (5:59)
  2. Wasso (Loya remix) (4:34)
  3. Wasso (Mr Boom Broken mix) (5:09)
  4. Wasso (Mr Boom Afro mix) (7:42)
Review: Baba Commandant and the Mandingo Band first came through on Sublime Frequencies, back in 2015, with a sublime LP that carried the ethereal sounds of contemporary Afro jazz. The outfit are back, this time on France's Mawimbi imprint, with a corker by the name of "Wasso". Taking inspiration from the school of Fela and Tony Allen, this is deep-minded funkiness with a political edge - a contemporary afrobeat killer! The remixes are no less intriguing, starting off with the electronic nuttiness of Loya's version, followed by the 'broken', beat-driven remix from Mr Boom, and even an Afro version. A done deal, in our opinion...
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  1. Walking The Streets Of Meyong Dong Alone (2:50)
  2. Tequila (2:43)
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Cat: PH 45021. Rel: 16 May 19
  1. This Is Bolga! (part 1) (3:35)
  2. This Is Bolga! (part 2) (3:53)
Review: German-Ghanaian group the Polyversal Souls have previously collaborated with a number of bands and solo artists from West Africa, so this hook-up with Northern Ghanaian outfit the Bolga All Stars - a collective made up of leading local kologo and frafra-gospel singers and musicians - should not come as much of a surprise. Separated into two parts for the seven-inch release, the track blends the Polyversal Souls' lolloping, late '60s style Afro-funk grooves - complete with fuzzy, period style production - and sharp horn section with glistening guitars, snaking solos and fine vocals from the Bolga All Stars. It's one of the Polyversal Souls' finest releases yet, and that's saying something.
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Basa Basa (7")
Cat: PH 45014. Rel: 22 Mar 18
  1. Basa Basa (4:08)
  2. Sahara Akwantuo (3:46)
Review: Those with a deep knowledge of Berlin's Ghanaian ex-pat "burger-highlife" scene may already be familiar with Lee Dodou, a singer who recorded a number of classic singles and albums during the 1980s as part of bands Georg Darko and Kantata. He retired from music in 1991, but has been persuaded to return to action by the Philophon team. This comeback single is pretty impressive all told, with A-side "Basa Basa" - a triumphantly celebratory chunk of 1960s "concert party" highlife rich in punchy horn lines and Dodou's full-throated vocals - being joined on the flipside by the slower, synth-laden "Sahara Akwantou". Brilliantly, the label describes this as "kraut-life" due to its unique (and rather good) fusion of highlife and German kosmiche.
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Cat: AFR45 017. Rel: 01 Jun 18
  1. Fathili & The Yahoos - "Mabala" (part 1) (4:11)
  2. The Wings - "Gone With The Sun" (2:37)
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Cat: PH 45010. Rel: 19 Jan 17
  1. Tinoge Ya Ta'a Ba (part 1) (3:27)
  2. Tinoge Ya Ta'a Ba (part 2) (2:45)
Review: Following their surprise reunion and Strut-release album We Be All Africans last year, Idris and The Pyramids return... This time on Max Weissenfeldt's Philophon imprint. Laying down a spiritual arrangement so frenetic and full of its own life it takes up two parts, Idris's sax plays duet with Philophon's own vocalist Guy One. Gutsy, raw and full of surprises, it's another out-of-body experience from the longstanding jazz troupe.
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Happiness (12")
Cat: PMG 029EP. Rel: 14 Oct 16
  1. Happiness (6:03)
  2. Nwanne, Nwanne, Nwanne (6:29)
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  1. Homo Sapiens (4:56)
  2. Take The Money (Octopus version) (5:14)
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  1. Les Choc Stars Du Zaire - "Nakombe Nga" (4:26)
  2. Teknokrat's - "What Did She Say" (4:20)
Review: In recent times Rush Hour has excelled at reissuing obscure African music of the late 1980s, often pairing the original with a previously unheard cover version or remake. They're at it again here, offering up Les Choc Stars Du Zaire and Ben Nyamabo's 1989 cut "Nakombe Nga" with an obscure Belgian new beat cover by one album wonders Teknokrat's [sic]. Les Choc Stars Du Zaire's version is wonderfully positive, joining the dots between electronic soukous, ear-catching synth-pop and sunset-friendly Balearic vibes. The Teknokrat's version is, if anything, even more loved-up, with classic late '80s house instrumentation (Frankie Knuckles style synth-strings, jaunty pianos), ghostly electronic lead lines, delay-laden vocal passages and a superb synth bassline
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Mangase (limited 12")
Cat: SNDW 12020. Rel: 25 Jul 14
  1. Shaluza Max - "Mangase"
  2. Tabu Ley Rochereau - "Hafi Deo"
Review: A special summer-tuned dedication to two of Africa's most creative contributors who both passed away at the birth of the New Year. First up, South Africa's Shaluza Max's 2002 classic gets the revisitation it deserves; big accordions, honeyed Zulu vocals and a chugging groove that could plough into any dancefloor under the sun, it struts with a timeless sense of universal groove science. Flip for a rewind to the mid 80s as Soundway pays tribute to the hugely prolific Tabu Lay Rochereau. Complete with smooth, soothing synths, show-stopping harmonies and slinky bassline that won't quit, it's as heart-rending now as it was 30 years ago.
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Easing (12")
Cat: SNDW 12037. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Easing (8:04)
  2. Easing (version) (6:49)
Review: George and Glen Miller are undoubtedly best known for their West End Records released 1982 boogie-soul classic "Touch Your Life". They released plenty of other records that flitted between soca, reggae, disco, and - in the latter stages of their career - electrofunk. "Easing", which appeared at some point at the turn of the '80s on London label Third World, remains one of their most potent releases - and, in its original form at least, formidably hard to find. This Soundway reissue wisely replicates the track list of the original release, beginning with the title track - a deliciously percussive, musically intricate chunk of peak-time disco smothered in sharp, Afro-funk style horns and George and Glen Miller's lilting reggae-soul style vocals. The flipside "Version" strips out the vocals, allowing listeners to hear in greater detail the pair's impeccable arrangements and instrumentations (particularly the fine orchestration and rich groove).
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Only You (12")
Cat: SNDW 12025. Rel: 28 May 19
  1. Steve Monite - "Only You" (Frankie Francis Disco Jam edit) (7:55)
  2. Tabu Ley Rochereau - "Hafi Deo" (Nick The Record & Dan Tyler re-edit dub) (10:15)
Review: Edits in the hole! Two Afrofunk gems enjoy floor-primed refocuses: Steve Monite's Doing It In Lagos-featured "Only You" gets a little juice from Sofrito's Frankie Francis who really brings the bass out in proceedings. Meanwhile on the B Nick The Record and Idjut Boy Dan Tyler tweak the energy and sheen of Tabu Ley Rochereau's "Hafi Disco" as the drums are given a little more momentum and the chorus and horns are really brought to the centre of the action. Stunning.
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Afro Funk & Disco Gems Volume Ten (limited 7" in juno exclusive hand-stamped kraft paper inner sleeve + branded card outer sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 064. Rel: 01 Apr 19
  1. Peter Yamson - "Everybody Dance" (3:51)
  2. Tala Am - "Get Up Tchamassi" (3:11)
Review: Mukatsuku's long running "Afro Funk & Disco Gems" series has always been a reliable source of obscure, high-quality dancefloor material from the African continent. This tenth edition is another must-have - on the A-side you'll find the synth-laden, boogie-era sunshine of "Everybody Dance", one of the undisputed highlights of Peter Yamson's in-demand (and notably hard to find) "Son Of Africa" LP. With wonderful vocals, glistening guitars, lolloping drum machine beats and some stellar synth work, the track ticks all the right boxes. Over on the flip there's a chance to own Cameroon legend Tala Andre Marie's 1981 classic "Get Up Tchamassi", whose snaking sax lines, elastic slap bass and dreamy chords are nothing less than sensational.As played by The Allergies, DJ Koco, Joe Claussell,Smoov,Kalita, Faze Action,DJ Moar etc
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The Triassic Tusk EP: Afro Disco Club Favourites (180 gram vinyl 12" with Juno exclusive obi strip sleeve + sticker)
Cat: MUKAT 063. Rel: 04 Feb 19
  1. Tecumsay Roberts - "It Makes Me Dance & Sing" (5:44)
  2. Commy Bassey - "We Want Togetherness" (4:37)
Review: Triassic Tusk's "Screamers, Bangers & Cosmic Synths" series of crate digging comps has seen the Scottish crew showcase some seriously hot, little-known music. Mukatsuku have joined forces with the imprint to give a 12" release to two potent Afro-disco smashers that recently featured on volume two of the ongoing compilation series ,now remastered and sounding better than ever. On side A you'll find Liberian artist Tecumsay Roberts' bouncy 1979 Afro-soul/Afro-boogie number "It Makes Me Dance & Sing", where spacey Moog solos rice above a funk-influenced dancefloor groove. On the flip, the fun continues via Commy Bassey's Clav-happy, Nigerian sounding Afro-boogie roller "We Want Togetherness", a positive plea for unity that's as relevant now as it was way back in 1980.Juno copies come in an exclusive branded card sleeve with an additional obi strip not available at other retailers .As played/charted by Red Greg,Joe Claussell,Marcel Vogel, Craig Charles,Faze Action,Kalita,Cedric Woo,JKriv,Prins Thomas,Floating Points and Dom Servini so far.
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Carolina Carol Bela (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 07. Rel: 31 May 14
  1. Os Brazoes - "Carolina Carol Bela"
  2. Tim Maia - "E Necesario"
Review: Mr Bongo hosts another deeply dug history lesson and we'd all be wise to attend. Here we find Jorge Ben's classic "Carolina Carol Bela" (which many may recognise in sample form from Marky's "LK") covered with psychedelic whimsy by the un-documented Rio band from the late 60s Os Brazoes. Meanwhile on the flip we're introduced to Tim Maia, a man who made his name with tongue-in-cheek off-beat twists on US funk during the late 70s. With its falsetto vocals and tight guitar and bass licks, there are great shades of disco and ESG-style post-funk fusion all wrapped up in a beautiful Brazilian bundle. Lesson over. Go to the top of the class.
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Nem Vem Que Nao Tem (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ 45020. Rel: 11 Mar 15
  1. Wilson Simonal - "Nem Vem Que Nao Tem" (2:33)
  2. Trio Mocoto - "Nao Adianta" (4:04)
Review: Wilson Simonal - Nem Vem Que Nao Tem
An instant and super catchy samba-MPB hit made famous by its inclusion in Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund's 'City Of God'. This is a firm Simonal favourite at Mr Bongo HQ.

Simonal was a hugely successful singer in the 1960's and early 70's; one of the most popular artists in Brazil infact. 'Nem Vem Que Nao Tem' was previously released on 7" by Odeon in France and Spain, and appears on his 'Alegria, Alegria !!!' LP on Odeon Brazil, released in 1967

Trio Mocoto - Nao Adianta
Trio Mocoto were one of Jorge Ben Jr's main backing bands and highly influential to his sound. They recorded with him on the seminal 'Forca Bruta', 'Negro E Lindo' and 'Tabua de Esmeralda' LP's.

'Nao Adianta' first appeared on Trio Mocoto's self-titled 1977 Arlequim LP. It was subsequently released on 7" in Spain, Portugal and Italy (and we are assuming in France too).
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Love Today (Record Store Day 2019) (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: NKS 719. Rel: 20 Apr 19
  1. Love Today (feat Jovan - 7" version) (4:25)
  2. Let's Feel Good (feat Ania Garvey - Intial Talk version) (3:46)
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Cat: OMSD 008. Rel: 10 Sep 19
  1. Tudo Faz Sentido (3:38)
  2. Tudo Faz Sentido (Suba extended remix) (7:27)
Review: The fourth volume in Selva Discos superb "Brasingles" series of overlooked Brazilian obscurities is another must-check treat. "Tudo Faz Santido" was originally tucked away on former Gang 90 member Taciana Barros' sole solo album, 1995's "Janela Dos Sonhos". It's a wonderfully chunky slab of rolling, mid-90s breakbeat-pop rich in beefy bass, new wave style guitars and twinkling electronic flourishes. The track's inherent heaviness is even more evident on the flip, where there's what appears to be a never-before-released extended mix by original producer Mitar Subotic (better known in electronic music circles as Suba and Rex Illusivii). The sadly departed Serbian's DJ-friendly take wisely prioritizes the groove, adding even more acid-style sounds for enhanced dancefloor pleasure.
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  1. Afro Spazio (Mushrooms Project dubby mix) (7:19)
  2. Notte Stellata (DJ Rocca Loren mix) (7:22)
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Atlas (12")
Cat: SNDW 12038. Rel: 01 Nov 19
  1. Jbit Aala Khiam (11:34)
  2. Aha Yazine Kaymaltou (7:17)
  3. Hyatti (8:04)
  4. Yogi Yamahssar (4:33)
Review: Soundway's latest cross-cultural missive is the result of a one-off 2018 studio session in Marrakech involving Belgrade-based Tapan - an act known for pushing a particularly dystopian take on techno and industrial music - and "electrified desert blues" group Generation Taragalte. It would be fair to say that the resultant music is thrillingly unique. Opener "Jbit Aala Khiam" is particularly impressive, with Generation Taragalte's psychedelic guitars, vocals and percussion rising above Tapan's pulsing, droning electronics over 11 mesmerising minutes. The squally saxophones, up-tempo rhythms, moody aural textures and chanted vocals of "Aha Yazine Kaymaltou" also make a big impression, as does the spaced-out Saharan psychedelia of "Hyatti". If it's fiendish fuzziness you're after, the EP's closing cut has that covered, too.
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Cat: SF 04. Rel: 12 Feb 19
  1. It's A Mess (7:36)
  2. Afro Breakdance (6:30)
Review: After cutting his teeth in Atlantic-signed jazz-fusion band Kabasa in the early 1980s, vocalist and bassist Tata Sibeko briefly pursued a solo career. He only ever released two 12" singles as Tata, but one - the 1985 double A-side treat "It's A Mess/Afro Breakdance" - has gone on to become something of an in-demand item amongst collectors of South African dance music. Here Sharp Flat has given it the reissue treatment. A-side "It's A Mess" is a fine chunk of breezy, lo-fi electrofunk in which Sibeko sings cheerily - despite the downbeat lyrical content - over colourful synths, bubbling machine drums and a thickset synth bassline. Arguably even better is "Afro Breakdance", which sounds like a superior, slightly deeper South African take on teapot-dance innovators Break Machine.
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Cat: RESENSE 044. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Kitschy Jungle (4:23)
  2. Broken Flute (3:49)
Review: Happy birthday to party-starting, funk-fuelled record label Resense, which put out its first 7" single 10 years ago. To kick off a new decade, they've enlisted the services of regular contributor Andy Taylor. He begins with the percussion-rich bounce of "Kitschy Jungle", where original Afro-funk vocals and instrumentation ride a jaunty tropical rhythm track. It's tastefully done, with Taylor's tasty new beats working well with the dusty, sampled elements. Over on the flipside, he opts for a more straightforward Afro-funk feel, lacing punchy horns and reverb-laden flute lines atop a killer funk break and heavily compressed bassline. File under: "dancefloor fire".
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Yen Ara: Remixes Part 1 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MRB 12050. Rel: 20 Jun 18
  1. Krumandey (Ron Trent remix) (6:57)
  2. Mumudey Mumudey (Natureboy Flako remix) (4:38)
  3. Mumudey Mumudey (Nick The Record remix) (7:44)
Review: When a 12" turns up with a Ron Trent rework on the A-side, we tend to take notice. In this instance, we were particularly curious to hear what the deep house legend had done to "Krumandey", one of the standout cuts from Highlife legend Ebo Taylor's recent album, Yen Ara. Predictably, his version is superb, brilliantly joining the dots between Taylor's soaring Afro-beat, rolling Afro-house and Trent's own sumptuous deep house electronics. Turn to the flipside for two fresh revisions of "Mumduey Mumduey": a jaunty, sunshine-friendly tweak by Japanese producer Natureboy Flako and a heavy Afro-disco version by Nick The Record rich in bowel-bothering sub-bass and spacey deep house chords.
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Cat: COMET 087. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Pat Thomas - "Enye Woa" (6:24)
  2. Pat Thomas - "Enye Woa" (LeonxLeon Keyed Up mix) (7:20)
  3. Ebo Taylor - "Atwer Abroba" (8:14)
  4. Ebo Taylor - "Atwer Abroba" (Leo Nanjo remix) (5:03)
Review: Comet's "Disco Highlife" re-edit series continues with an EP that draws together original tracks and reworks from two of the Highlife scene's biggest stars: Ebo Taylor and Pat Thomas. The latter can be found on side A, with the tipsy, synth-driven highlife-boogie fusion of "Enye Woa". This is in turn re-edited by LeonxLeon, who has not only extended the original track but also added some superb new spacey synth solos. Turn to the flip for Ebo Taylor's richly percussive, Hammond-laden disco-highlife bubbler "Atwer Abroba" and Leo Nanjo's brilliant remix, which re-imagines the track as a rubbery chunk of Highlife-house drenched in dub delays.
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Cat: COMET 089. Rel: 16 Sep 19
  1. Ebo Taylor - "Peace On Earth" (7:45)
  2. Ebo Taylor - "Peace On Earth" (Monsieur Scott remix) (4:55)
  3. Pat Thomas - "We Are Coming Home" (5:51)
  4. Pat Thomas - "We Are Coming Home" (2 Paris Septembre re-edit) (4:51)
Review: Comet's ongoing "Highlife Re-Edit" series is perfect for those who want a little contemporary pizzazz alongside their Afro-disco grooves and dancefloor-ready highlife classics. Like its predecessor, the series' latest volume boasts cuts from highlife legends Ebo Taylor and Pat Thomas. The former's punchy, breezy and trumpet-laden highlife-jazz cut "Peace On Earth" can be found on side A, alongside a dreamy Monsieur Scott version that drags the track further towards leisurely jazz-house territory. The Pat Thomas track showcased on side B is "We Are Coming Home", a righteous highlife/funk fusion effort rich in dense percussion and eyes-closed rock guitar solos. The accompanying 2 Paris Septembre Re-Edit brilliantly re-invents it as a bustling broken beat affair laden in shimmering synths and squelchy electronic bass.
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Cat: PH 45017. Rel: 24 Jan 19
  1. Vocalize My Luv (3:35)
  2. Ki'igba (3:46)
Review: Over the course of his lengthy career, Jimi Tenor has proved to be something of a musical chameleon, variously portraying himself as a lo-fi lounge music lothario, flute-sporting jazzman, Moog-loving electronic adventurer, dub-wise explorer and, most recently, Afrobeat eccentric. On "Vocalize My Luv", he fuses a number of his musical obsessions, by serving up a jaunty and righteous chunk of Ghanaian highlife futurism rich in dancehall-influenced drum machine beats, jammed-out Korg riffs and amiable female vocals. It's ace, and comes with a similarly sterling B-side, "Ki'igba". This shuffling affair sees Tenor reach for his trusty flute and get all jazzy over a dusty and laidback Afrobeat groove.
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Cat: BC 02445. Rel: 04 Jun 18
  1. Si Me Faltaras Tu (2:38)
  2. Parachute (3:02)
Review: Marie and Necalli's new Thee Lakesiders project has been snapped up by the Big Crown imprint and slapped up onto tasty 7" format! We just love new soul and jazz, with too many reissues filling up our charts these days, and especially if it sounds anywhere near as fresh as this. "Si Me Faltaras Tu" is a straight-up soul groover, made with LA's sun-kissed charm and South American sensibilities, while "Parachute" is the stand-out piece, all lo-fi and stripped-back, but filled with enough mystique and garage sensibility to render it comparable to the very best psych acts of the 70s. TIP!
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Cat: BPR 007SP. Rel: 08 Nov 18
  1. Mush Dance (3:13)
  2. Tribute To Bob Marley (3:43)
 in stock $13.34
Mizik Soley Sa Bon (12" + insert)
Cat: ATGN 004. Rel: 05 Jun 19
  1. Ti Celeste - "Pa Dekouraje'w Toni" (5:26)
  2. Les Maxels - "Bail Ti Bouin Z'Oizo" (5:22)
  3. Lewis Meliano - "Oh Claudy My Love" (3:53)
  4. Daniel Dimba - "C'est La Vie" (6:25)
 in stock $17.44
O Journaleiro (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 016. Rel: 15 Dec 14
  1. Toni Tornado - "O Jornaleiro"
  2. Som Tres - "Homenagem A Mongo"
Review: Rich gutsy soul from a man who's regularly described as Brazil's James Brown, "O Journalerio" is a blueprint funk jam. Released in 1971 (on his hyper-rare album BR-3) it's all about the orchestrated swing, bluesy groove and Hammond licks so lavish you need to towel on every listen. Flip for Som Tres... An off-shoot of the Sambalanco Trio, it's the sound of Cesar Camargo Mariano controlling a restrained rolling slice of filmic instrumental funk where horns, keys and drums gather momentum with big band drama. Neither have been released on 45" before, making this all the more special.
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Cat: ECWB 33. Rel: 03 Nov 17
  1. Made In Tribu Baharu (3:46)
  2. Pa' Tras (4:15)
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Cat: LV 7001. Rel: 10 Feb 20
  1. Kiss In KIX (7" long version) (4:56)
  2. Orion (3:18)
 in stock $18.46
Cat: MAS 027. Rel: 04 Jul 19
  1. Chamakas Rudas (3:48)
  2. Vuela Vuela (4:14)
 in stock $8.20
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 20. Rel: 14 Dec 18
  1. Sugar My Love (6:55)
  2. Are You Ready For Love (6:55)
Review: Original copies of T.Z Junior's bubblegum-boogie cut "Sugar My Love" are hard to come by outside of the artist's home country of South Africa. It's been that way since the single was first released on Roy B Records in 1985, hence this tidy reissue from the on-point Jamwax label. The title track remains a breezy, melodious, cheery and soul-flecked treat, with T.Z Junior delivering a brilliantly evocative lead vocal over bustling bubblegum synths, delay-laden machine drums and an inspired electrofunk bassline. "Are You Ready For Love", meanwhile, may not be quite as celebrated but is equally as impressive. It's the kind of sun-kissed "bubblegum" treat that would sound perfect blasting out of a soundsystem on a hot summer's day.
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  1. Y-Bayani & The Band Of Enlightenment Reason & Love - "Asembi Ara Amba" (4:30)
  2. The Band Of Enlightenment Reason & Love - "We Are The Band Of Enlightenment Reason & Love" (4:06)
 in stock $8.98
Albums
Cat: STRUT 040LP. Rel: 02 Apr 09
  1. Masenqo
  2. Cha Cha
  3. Mulatu
  4. Addis Black Widow
  5. Fire In The Zoo
  6. Dewel
  7. Blue Nile
  8. Esketa Dance
  9. Chik Chikka
  10. Live From Tigre Lounge
  11. Chinese New Year
  12. An Epic Story
  13. Phantom Of The Panther
  14. Anglo Ethio Suite
 in stock $18.73
  1. Loga Fo Djelba (7:55)
  2. Siraba Kele (7:25)
  3. Bobira (6:33)
  4. Siguisso (9:24)
  5. Keleya (Moussa Doumbia) (7:14)
  6. Mantcha Mantcha (5:57)
 in stock $20.52
Kalba (LP + insert)
Cat: WAHLP 016. Rel: 29 May 19
  1. Yesu Yan Yan (5:09)
  2. Highlife (5:38)
  3. Bo Ma (3:52)
  4. I Know (I'm OK) (4:55)
  5. Da Po (0:23)
  6. Fur Svenja (3:34)
  7. Nye Fo Chen (4:41)
  8. La Cocina (3:34)
  9. Bo Le De Ma (3:48)
  10. So Ma (4:38)
 in stock $13.60
The Ripple Effect (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: CR 00287. Rel: 25 Mar 20
  1. Bamako (6:23)
  2. Nashville (3:51)
  3. Snug Harbor (8:10)
  4. Elyne Road (8:33)
  5. Matitu/Buribalal (5:02)
  6. Manchester (6:57)
  7. Throw Down Your Heart (4:28)
  8. Kauonding Sissoko (5:47)
  9. Katmandu (4:18)
  10. Dueling Banjos (7:44)
 in stock $33.35
De Bonaberi A Douala : Cameroun Partout Vol 1 (LP + insert + Mp3 download code)
Cat: NBK 001. Rel: 21 Dec 17
  1. Ndola Njomba Bodi Mba Da Monjo Na Mbundo (4:26)
  2. O Mende Wele (5:49)
  3. O Ma Dia Mba Nuwe Nola (3:38)
  4. Loko La Mboa (5:15)
  5. Natiki O Mundi Nwa Bato (5:04)
  6. Bikwae Bigam Bima Nuse (4:05)
  7. Bino Senga (4:54)
  8. Muboledi (4:55)
 in stock $25.15
Hamad Kalkaba & The Golden Sounds 1974-1975 (gatefold 180 gram vinyl LP + 8 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: AALP 084. Rel: 08 Dec 17
  1. Astadjam Dada Sare (3:41)
  2. Toufle (4:27)
  3. Fouh Sei Allah (4:50)
  4. Lamido (5:34)
  5. Gandjal Kessoum (5:17)
  6. Tchakoulate (3:57)
Review: These days, Hanad Kalkaba is a retired Army colonel and track and field athletics administrator in his native Cameroon. Yet back in the mid 1970s, he was a musician with dreams of potential super-stardom, trying to update traditional Cameroonian "Gandjal" music for the funk generation. To that end, he recorded a small number of singles and EPs alongside his backing band, the Golden Sounds. It's those thoroughly obscure and overlooked releases that make up Hanad Kalkaba & The Golden Sounds, a retrospective of his pioneering work. Sitting somewhere between Afro-beat, Afro-funk and Afro-jazz, with a distinctively Cameroonian rhythmic swing, the music showcased on the album is undeniably special.
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 in stock $22.33
Wahala Wahala (gatefold heavyweight 2xLP)
Cat: PVS 005VL. Rel: 08 Mar 19
  1. For My People (3:19)
  2. Money (5:03)
  3. Suro Nipa (6:03)
  4. Medowo (3:12)
  5. Imela (1:04)
  6. Home (5:23)
  7. Agoro (5:03)
  8. Mona Lisa (3:12)
  9. Transmission (1:42)
  10. Mad Up (4:50)
  11. Wahala (1:48)
  12. Dr Mensa (2:56)
  13. Wonderful Life (4:29)
  14. Sahara (1:18)
 in stock $22.33
Shakara (reissue) (LP + insert)
Cat: KFR 20271. Rel: 14 Oct 16
  1. Lady (13:49)
  2. Shakara Oloje (13:27)
 in stock $15.38
 in stock $12.30
We've Got Latin Soul (limited LP)
KPM
Cat: KPM 2105. Rel: 01 Jul 19
  1. Manhattan Mambo (2:10)
  2. Baila Boogaloo (2:18)
  3. Latin Shindig (1:53)
  4. Can't Stop The Boogaloo (2:35)
  5. Grease My Palm (2:22)
  6. Hip Street Boogaloo (2:30)
  7. Super Soul Bossa (2:34)
  8. Funky Amigo (2:34)
  9. Bolero For The Soul (2:42)
  10. Heavy Hands (2:37)
  11. Latin Surf Shack (1:52)
  12. Latin Sweet Spot (2:26)
  13. Vamanos ! (1:52)
  14. Do The Hippy Shake (2:16)
  15. Swing To The Mambo (1:47)
 in stock $11.28
On Mande (LP)
Tal
Cat: TAL 001LP. Rel: 06 May 16
  1. Wololo Josiaya (3:03)
  2. Jawer Odonjo Engoma (3:18)
  3. Bunde Kod Asili (3:44)
  4. Owano Ojwang (5:54)
  5. Jawend Peke (3:49)
  6. Chur (1:19)
  7. Thoo Manonega (3:36)
  8. Nyiero (1:13)
  9. Bunde Ohangla (1:05)
  10. Wend Peke (3:03)
  11. Orutu Kod Asili (2:40)
  12. On Monday (2:49)
  13. Elias Owino (4:10)
 in stock $17.71
  1. I Want Your Kiss (2:54)
  2. The Eighth Day (3:11)
  3. He's Coming My Way (2:23)
  4. Midnight Blue (2:40)
  5. Batucada (2:17)
  6. Prece A Chuva (2:45)
  7. Lavender Lady (2:31)
  8. Watching Pretty Raindrops (2:23)
  9. Recorda Me (2:43)
  10. What Is Wrong With Grooving (2:36)
 in stock $10.78
Som Definitivo (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: ACL 0004. Rel: 09 Jul 18
  1. Zambi (3:14)
  2. Imagem (3:35)
  3. Aleluia (3:30)
  4. Das Rosas (4:05)
  5. Se Voce Pensar (2:08)
  6. Agua De Beber (2:48)
  7. O Mar E Meu Chao (3:23)
  8. Arrastao (4:46)
  9. Apelo (2:57)
  10. Vim Da Bahia (2:45)
 in stock $11.28
Wakar Alhazai Kano (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
BBE
Cat: BBE 548ALP. Rel: 19 Feb 20
  1. Wakar Alhazai (17:38)
  2. Lokoel Azumi Ta Wuce (16:42)
  3. Kama Sofoa (12:19)
  4. Aka Ji Ego Ga Anu Nwam (14:00)
 in stock $24.62
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