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Lost & Found
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Lost & Found (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WCV 090. Rel: 06 Apr 15
  1. Bruca Manugua (5:15)
  2. Macusa (4:07)
  3. Tiene Sabor (3:19)
  4. Black Chicken 37 (3:33)
  5. Habanera (2:19)
  6. Bodas De Oro (4:40)
  7. Como Fue (4:01)
  8. Guajira En F (4:19)
  9. Quiereme Mucho (1:24)
  10. Pedacito De Papel (2:42)
  11. Mami Me Gusto (5:16)
  12. Lagrimas Negras (4:04)
  13. Como Siente Yo (2:54)
Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall
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Buena Vista Social Club At Carnegie Hall (gatefold 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: WCV 080. Rel: 08 Sep 14
  1. Chan Chan
  2. De Camino A La Vereda
  3. El Cuarto De Tula
  4. La Enganadora
  5. Buena Vista Social Club
  6. Dos Gardenias
  7. Quizas, Quizas
  8. Veinta Anos
  9. Orgullecida
  10. Y Tu Que Has Hecho?
  11. Siboney
  12. Mandinga
  13. Almendra
  14. El Carretero
  15. Candela
  16. Silencio
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Abuc (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: 570925 0. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Cubano Chant (4:27)
  2. Afro Mambo (3:45)
  3. Tumbao De La Unidad (3:39)
  4. Contradanza Del Espíritu (5:37)
  5. Tierra Santa (3:42)
  6. Sagrado Corazon (4:34)
  7. Family (4:23)
  8. Tierra Santa Santiago De Cuba (0:54)
  9. Habanera (4:57)
  10. Soul Guardians (3:35)
  11. Asere Monina Bonco (4:07)
  12. Despues (3:37)
  13. Velas Y Flores (3:39)
  14. Cubano Chant (Piano Solo) (1:16)
Let's Dance Together
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Cat: PMG 069LP. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Jane (5:19)
  2. Funky Africa (5:30)
  3. Julie Anna (5:56)
  4. Let's Dance Together (5:20)
  5. Jah Help Us (5:33)
  6. BMS (5:20)
We Be All Africans
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Cat: STRUT 144CD. Rel: 30 May 16
  1. We Be All Africans
  2. Epiphany
  3. Silent Days
  4. Rhapsody In Berlin
  5. Clarion Call
  6. Traponga
  7. Whispering Tenderness
Review: Those turned on by Spiritual Jazz should already be aware of West Coast combo Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids. They've been playing and recording together since the 1970s, though We Be All Africans is only their sixth full-length outing. Predictably, it's a fine set, effortlessly fusing their spiritual roots with elements of jazz-funk, soul and, of course, Afro-jazz. Highlights are plentiful, from the swinging, Tony Allen style rhythms, swirling vocals and punchy horns of "Rhapsody In Berlin", and the clarinet-sporting sweetness of the brilliantly percussive "Epiphany", to the stretched-out drum workout "Traponga", which sounds like the work of three drummers and a whole troupe of percussionists.
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Mi E Pofta De Tine
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Cat: PINGIPUNG 56. Rel: 25 Sep 17
  1. Mi-e Pofta De Tine (4:20)
  2. Orfei (feat Nicu Chinezu) (3:35)
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Firewalker (7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: PARISDJS 057-H. Rel: 30 Mar 15
  1. Firewalker (Grant Phabao remix) (4:16)
  2. Tokuta (Grant Phabao remix) (4:03)
Review: LA Afrofunk fusionists Jungle Fire have slowly built up quite the 45" armoury since launching in 2011. Not bad considering they were supposed to be a one-off special project! Here we find Paris DJs main man Grant Phabao on the remix duties, masterfully highlighting the dancefloor groove that's already coded deep into Jungle Fire's DNA. "Firewalker" is a straight-up floor riot with a skanked out back bone and horn salvos so hot you could cook your toast on them. "Tokuta" has a deeper groove where a strong line of tightly plucked guitars is backed by a range of horns that dip so low you can imagine the players kissing the floor. Originally teased out last autumn, this is a highly limited reissue... Not to be slept on.
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Egzotik (2xLP)
Cat: LENGLP 011. Rel: 24 Jul 17
  1. Bazaar (2:05)
  2. Tangerine Dream (5:41)
  3. Zorba The Greek (3:44)
  4. Mirage (7:06)
  5. Return To Paradise (5:43)
  6. Le Voyage De Space (5:50)
  7. Hiyar (5:20)
  8. The Catcher In The Rye (1:22)
  9. Ashoka (6:51)
  10. Mount Damavand (5:47)
  11. Sacred Valley (5:33)
  12. Love (1:49)
  13. Jungle Flower (2:51)
  14. Lost Bedouin (5:41)
  15. Adios (3:49)
Review: Ali Kuru took a decision some years ago not to seek publicity, preferring instead to let his music speak for itself. Egzotik, his long awaited debut album, seems to have a fair few stories to tell. Smothered in evocative field recordings made around his home city of Istanbul, the album is notable for fusing exotic Persian instrumentation with grooves and sounds more readily associated with cosmic disco, krautrock, dub, Balearica and Detroit beatdown. On paper, it's an unusual combination that should sound forced or contrived. In reality, it's a brilliant example of an artist with a singular artistic vision achieving his goals. Put it this way: it's amongst the most inspired and enjoyable debut albums we've heard this year.
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Batanidzo (LP)
Cat: NNR 007. Rel: 03 Jul 17
  1. Mayarira (8:28)
  2. Mweya We Chikoni (8:33)
  3. Zvichapera (6:17)
  4. Mukuru (7:14)
  5. Mugariro (7:42)
  6. Nyama Iekougotcha (6:57)
Review: There's been a fair amount of hype around this unlikely collaboration between Zimbabwean mbira maestro Jacob Mafuleni and French electrofunk producer Gary Gritness. In truth, the hype is deserved. Offering a thoroughly fresh tale on traditional shona music, the album effortlessly blends percussion and vocals from Mafuleni and wife Martha Thorn with the vibrant synthesizers and on-point drum machine programming of Gritness. It's a formula that arguably shouldn't work, but in reality results in a string of memorable moments. For proof, check the near D&B tempo brilliance of "Mukuru", the intricate melodies, slipped beats and raw analogue bass of closer "Nyama Lekougoctha" and the sublime shona-electro fusion of opener "Mayariria".
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Sex Machine
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Sex Machine (limited 7")
Cat: ROC 006. Rel: 21 Jul 14
  1. Sex Machine
  2. Massare Mousso
Review: In its 1970's prime, the Buffet Hotel de la Gare de Bamako used to mix a broad and diverse clientele of Bamako's fine society and hookers, Western, Chinese, Russian and Arab businessmen with diplomats and African entrepreneurs. Rail Band's music became the exciting soundtrack of modern Mali, blossoming like a big bright bouquet of tropical flowers. In its heyday, the orchestra pretty much defined by itself the idea of afro-pop.

Musicians such as singer Salif Keita, singer Mory Kante, guitar player Djelimady Tounkara and the late bandleader and sax player Tidiani Kone all graduated from the Rail Band before turning to more or less successful solo careers. The Rail Band got started in october 1969 as a regular orchestra in the railway station premises.

In order to keep up with new forms of fusion music which could be heard in Dakar or Conakry night clubs or "paillotes", trumpet player, sax maestro and bandleader Tidiani Kone recruits some bold element for his orchestra. Both a griot and a jazzman, Tidiani Kone was a former Orchestre National A musician. His main idea was to bring Malian music out of the dead-end of afro-cuban and Western imitations. He took the chance to recruit a young albinos singer, accompanying himself with a cheap Chinese guitar.

Kone was the first one to understand that Salif Keita's voice was pure gold. At the end of 1969, Salif Keita, Tidiani Kone and rythmic guitar player Mamadou Diakite practiced for weeks as a trio in order to forge a repertoire of their own. Other musicians such as guitar player Ousmane Sogodogo and lead guitarist Nabe Baba, timbales player Marius as well as percussion player Abdouramane Koumare soon join in, encouraged by Kone.

In July 1970, the Orchestre du Rail Band de la Gare de Bamako gave its first concert, on a tiny open air stage, with palm trees breeze and stars above them. The Rail Band rapidly became one of the city's main attraction. According to its initial status, the Rail Band must "explore and propel mandingo repertoire in order to aim at the neo-classicism of African chanson". Born in the heart of the Mande griot tradition, Salif Keita knew the classic songs. Soon, the folklore part of the repertoire was more prominent than the blues and afro-latin numbers.
Musicians were paid by the Malian train company, ie by the state, who also owned their instruments. Combining mandingo and bambara traditions, French pop, afro-cuban rhythms, Congolese rumba, American rhythm'n'blues and calypso, the Rail Band's rise to fame was striking, paving the way for numerous modern orchestras to follow. They rehearsed five days a week from 5 to 6 pm, before changing, dining and taking the stage from 9 pm till the last customer left the Buffet, sometimes early in the morning. In order to help empty the premises from its patrons, Rail Band musicians played late night jazz themes, strongly encouraged by Tidiani Kone.

With his saxophone hollering at some distant tropical moon, his heartfelt horns arrangements added a sense of epic grandeur to the Rail Band songs. His bold musical mastery set Salif on orbit while modern instruments and instant melancholy radiate through a song like Massare Mousso. He sings about some impossible love : "If you don't have anything to do, fall in love with a woman who doesn't love you / If you dont have anything to do, fall in love with a man who doesn't love you". His voice was frail but Salif shows evidences of his vocal grandeur to come. In the early 1970's, it seems that the Rail Band knew instinctively how to go down in musical history.
The orchestra took off, thanks to Salif's youthful vocal prowesses and to the sheer intensity and dedication of musicians led by Kon'.

Guitar player extraordinaire Djelimady Tounkara joined the band in 1971 as a new recruit. His arrival enabled the Rail Band to reach new heights in a dazzling ascension of recordings done in a tiny Radio Mali studio. His rumbling electric guitar became one of the band instant trademark. Guinean balafon and kora player Mory Kante also jumped in as the Rail Band was by far Bamako's finest orchestra in the 1970's.
Directly inspired by James Brown's funk achievements, Sex Machine belongs to the band's legend, an incredible cover which is both heroic and mesmerizing. It is a pure slice of raw and spicy Malian funk, one of those "straight to your face" songs with a devastating outcome, courtesy of Mamadou Bagayoko's heavy drums and Cheick's Traore sturdy guitar bass playing. Alfred Coulibaly's Vox organ adds up to the hypnotic mood of the song.

Looking for the Rail Band's trails these days, one has to stop by the old Buffet Hotel de la Gare in downtown Bamako in order to feel the countless, panoramic and moving memories of this unrivalled musical golden age and this masterful orchestra.
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Bananeira (7")
Cat: COS 1107. Rel: 01 Feb 16
  1. Emilio Santiago - "Bananeira" (2:52)
  2. Osmar Milito E Quarteto Forma - "America Latina" (2:47)
Review: Taken from their impeccable compendium last year - The Brasileiro Treasure Box Of Funk & Soul - Cultures Of Soul unleash two of the album's sunniest cuts for a limited 45". Emilio Santiago's "Bananeira" is a rare groove anthem with a slinky, laid back arrangement and classic Brazilian use of language as a percussive tool. Osmar Milito's "America Latina" takes more western influence of the era as we're treated to a soft focus, hazy Bobby Caldwell-style delivery over a slippery jazz groove. Beautiful.
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DJ Format's Psych Out: A Collection Of International Funky Fuzz Laiden Gems
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Cat: BBE 350CLP. Rel: 27 Jun 16
  1. The Quests - "Hava Nagila" (2:51)
  2. The Tijuana Brats - "Karate Chop" (2:29)
  3. Rainbow Family - "Travellin' Lady" (2:51)
  4. The CT Four Plus - "Exodus II" (2:52)
  5. 49th Blue Streak - "Foxy Lady" (3:02)
  6. Bana Pop Band - "Jet Pop" (4:33)
  7. Koncz Zsuzsa - "Visz A Vonat" (3:19)
  8. La Logia Sarabanda - "Todos O Ninguno" (3:55)
  9. Friar Tuck & His Psychedelic Guitar - "Louis, Louis" (3:18)
  10. Flamengo - "Tyden V Elektrickem Meste" (4:06)
  11. Sergio Ferraresi - "Time Of Machines" (2:14)
  12. Krzysztof Klenczon - "Nie Przejdziemy Do Historii" (3:18)
  13. Aleksandr Sergeyevich Zatsepin - "The Shaman's Dance" (2:45)
  14. Pro Arte - "Stari Dvorac" (2:53)
Review: Perhaps a lurch into the direction of head-spinning psychedelic guitar-driven groove wasn't where fans of DJ Format expected him to go next, but this compilation is proof positive that this man will doggedly pursue the funkiest of sound to the ends of the earth and the very edge of sanity. Collecting together gems from all over the globe, including such far-flung quarters as Uruguay and Yugoslavia, he creates a dizzying and ecstatically fuzzed-out melange that has no problem with jumping off the audial deep end in the pursuit of oblivion and ecstasy. Both a heady triumph and a cleansing experience for the third eye.
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Egypt & Lebanon: Cosmic Arabic Disco & Searing Dance Floor Bangers 1974-1985
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  1. Joseph Nemnom - "Rasputin" (Excerpt) (1:57)
  2. Iman El Bahr Darwish - "Mahsobko Endas" (3:06)
  3. Ihsan Al Munzer - "A Night At The Station" (3:11)
  4. Mohammed Jamal - "Hallilah" (instrumental) (3:12)
  5. Assa'd Khoury With His Oriental Electronic Organ & Band - "Al Ghaba" (3:50)
  6. Ammar El Shariey - "Funk Excerpt" (2:34)
  7. Ammar El Shariey - "Souk Al Abeed" (4:13)
  8. Farid Atrache - "Cairo" (4:19)
  9. Mohammed Jamal - "Doroup El Hawa" (instrumental) (3:24)
  10. Ihsan Al Munzer - "Jamileh" (4:17)
  11. Ammar El Shariey - "Enta Omri" (3:51)
Review: If you have any interest at all in decidedly out-there Aarabic takes on disco - cosmic or otherwise - then you really need this brilliant compilation in your life. Comprised of music recorded and released in Egpyt and Lebanon between 1974 and 1985, it's a treasure trove of discotheque-ready gems from North Africa. Highlights come thick and fast, from the sweeping strings and lo-fi synthesizer solos of Ihsan al Munzer's dizzyingly upbeat "A Night At The Station" and the psychedelic madness of "Al Ghaba" by Assa'd Khoury With His Oriental Electronic Organ and Band, to the synth-laden, percussion-heavy dub disco thrills of Farid Atrache's "Cairo", which is the sort of record you could imagine DJ Harvey championing. To be honest, it's all "fire", as the cool kids would say.
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Mambo Loco 1962-1978
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Mambo Loco 1962-1978 (gatefold LP)
Cat: AALP 067. Rel: 14 Jan 13
  1. Carruseles
  2. Los Vecinos
  3. Cecilia
  4. Mi Cumbia
  5. Que Paso
  6. Vestido Nuevo
  7. Mambo Loco
  8. Mi Sombreron
  9. Cumbia Bogotana
  10. El Pechiche
  11. Santo Amor
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