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No No No (limited 7" repress) (1 per customer)
Cat: BAS 1006. Rel: 11 Sep 19
  1. No, No, No (3:52)
  2. Evil Ways (instrumental) (2:58)
Review: Originally pressed (on a limited run) in 2013, LA Latin funk troupe Boogaloo Assassins have reissued these two spellbinding cover versions again due to public demand. Still on a highly limited run, both cuts need to be in your collection: Dawn Penn's "No No No" gets a strict samba switch with lavish percussion and consistent vocal harmonies throughout while Sonny Henry's "Evil Ways" (best known from its Santana cover) gets the dreamy instrumental treatment where the horns and glocks do the narrating over a tight bed of wood blocks, shakers and liquid Rhodes. Killer stuff and Juno is one of the few stores outside of USA which is carrying the 45. Don't Sleep !
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 in stock $11.96
  1. Zawaj (4:07)
  2. A'laj (5:02)
  3. Zyaj (6:37)
  4. Haj (6:43)
  5. B'aj (6:49)
  6. Hela (3:29)
Review: The well regarded Whities label invites you deep into a darkened world of coldwave soundscapes on its next 12". There are Arabic overtones to Carl Gari's music here, both explicitly in the meditative vocals from Abdullah Miniawy, but also in the exotic synth drones that hang heavy in the air. It makes for a spiritual eight track affair that has a beautifully bleak and spiritual feeling: tracks are largely empty, absorbing affairs with only suggested rhythms moving you forward. Part organic and human, part mechanical and synthetic, Whities 023 is a bewitching and otherworldly listen of the highest order.
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 in stock $11.18
  1. Siakwaa/Nana Agyei (Medley) (4:23)
  2. Odo Agye Gye Me (3:41)
Review: The Polyversal Souls are renowned for the strength of their collaborative singles, which to date have featured all manner of legends and rising stars from the underground African music scene. This time around, the German-Ghanaian band provides high-grade backing for guest vocalist Frank Karikari, son of legendary Highlife musician Ralph Karikari. The A-side medley of "Siakwaa/Nana Agyei" is particularly good, with Karikari's confident lead vocal rising above shuffling, soft-focus drums and ear-catching juju guitars. Flipside cut "Odo Agye Gye Me" is great, too, offering a slightly more upbeat and undeniably percussive fusion of highlife/Afrobeat fusion.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
 in stock $8.84
Cat: MSR 013. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. Harina De Maiz (2:57)
  2. Corned Beef Hash (3:03)
Review: Founded in 1967 by singer/producer Carlos Oliva and other Cuban immigrants to the United States, Los Sobrinos del Juez were briefly one of the leading protagonists of the turn-of-the-'70s "Miami Sound" - a humid and intoxicating fusion of blues, rock, funk and dancefloor-focused Latin sounds. Their 1974 debut single "Harina De Maiz" - here reissued for the first time since - is a perfect example of that short lived style, offering up a mixture of wah-wah-guitar and psychedelic organ-powered Latin funk grooves and righteous Cuban vocals. On this edition it comes backed by the previously unheard "Corned Beef Hash", a swinging Latin-jazz number rich in vibraphone solos, jaunty piano riffs and plenty of hip-wiggling percussion.
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 in stock $9.88
Vamos A La Playa (marbled vinyl 7")
Cat: MAS 028. Rel: 29 Aug 19
  1. Vamos A La Playa (3:41)
  2. Sabor De La Cumbia (2:39)
Review: Cumbia champs Philthy Dronez have been turning out their quirky and curious takes on the genre since 2005. For their next outing on San Fran's Disco Mas they link with Su Brigada De La Cumbia for a brace of bonkers beats. Opener "Vamos A La Playa" is characterised by a big and wonky accordion line that reminds us of global dance smash "Heater" by Samim from a few years ago. It's as silly as it is fun, while "Sabor De La Cumbia" is a much heavier and grittier affair. Shades of digital dub define the grooves while a rather haunting lead keeps you on edge as it trundles along.
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Cat: KALITA 12010. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Under Cover Lover (4:58)
  2. Under Cover Lover (instrumental) (4:59)
Review: Kalita Records has thus far proved adept at sniffing out obscure, overlooked classics and reissuing them. Their latest "flip" is as rare, little known and hard-to-find as they come: a one-shot 1985 Caribbean boogie cut from Bahamian musicians Stirling March (now a minister and gospel singer) and bassist Rocky Rolle. "Under Cover Lover" is bright, breezy and sun-kissed, with jaunty synthesizer lead lines and hammered-out piano parts dancing above a tasty groove that fully showcases Rolle's boogie bass skills. Stirling March's lead vocal is superb too, with the Bahamian slickly delivering the loved-up lyrics with aplomb. The flipside "Instrumental" version is typical of New York style boogie dubs of the period, with more attention on the drums, bassline and ricocheting vocal snippets.
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 in stock $11.18
Albums
Jorge Ben (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 700126. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Criola (3:32)
  2. Domingas (3:32)
  3. Cade Teresa? (3:24)
  4. Barbarella (3:16)
  5. Pais Tropical (4:11)
  6. Take It Easy My Brother Charles (2:38)
  7. Descobri Que Eu Sou Um Anjo (4:05)
  8. Bebete Vaobora (2:35)
  9. Quem Foi Que Roubou A Sopeira De Porcelana Chinesa Que A Vovo Ganhou Da Da Baronesa? (3:10)
  10. Que Pena (3:03)
  11. Charles, Anjo 45 (4:53)
Review: Hard strumming samba groove specialist Jorge Ben was always one to bring exciting new influences to his music. On his sixth studio album he did so again, exploring everything from football fandom to romances with various young ladies via real self-awareness, all with his flair-filled and inventive lyrical style. Musically the album touches on soul and psychedelia with a genuine sense of liveliness and it marked a real commercial success for the artist, who - by the time of its release in 1969 - was already a venerated great in his native Brazil. To sum up, this is an essential work from a samba great.
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Played by: RUSTAM OSPANOFF.
 in stock $22.11
Cat: JAZZR 002. Rel: 05 Sep 19
  1. Mananita Pampera (1:26)
  2. El Beto (7:56)
  3. Have You Met Miss? (9:17)
  4. El Beto II (0:41)
  5. Tunita (8:36)
  6. Carmen Pequena (4:09)
  7. Al Bebbe Guia (9:02)
Review: Jazz Room Records is the work of legendary London jazz-dance DJ Paul Murphy, so it's perhaps unsurprising that the label's first outing is an essential reissue of one of his personal favourites: Hugo Heredia's spiritually-minded 1976 Latin-Jazz fusion masterpiece, "Mananita Pampera". Although it begins with a dense and psychedelic collage of Heredia's breathy flute playing, the album's genius lies in its' combination of heavy Latin percussion, skittish jazz drums and the bright and breezy instrumentation atop (piano, double bass and Heredia on sax). Of course, there are a few slower, laidback cuts to be found dotted across the album, but for the most part it's a sweaty, excitable dancefloor excursion that's been a staple of Murphy's sets since the 1980s.
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Cara A Cara (LP + insert)
Cat: LER 1021. Rel: 18 Sep 19
  1. Tiempo Leve (3:25)
  2. Otros (3:19)
  3. Capitulos (2:01)
  4. Trasnoche (2:04)
  5. Corazones Solitarios (3:36)
  6. Fue Ayer (2:49)
  7. Ni Una Brisa (2:43)
  8. Cara A Cara (3:15)
  9. La Del Domingo (5:12)
  10. Co-Autoria (3:29)
  11. Sin Tus Pestanas (4:14)
  12. Noche De Brujas (2:34)
  13. Asiestar (2:05)
Review: From 1986-1991, Uruguayan vocalist and musician Mariana Ingold was a pivotal figure in the evolution of the indigenous Candombe rhythms of her homeland. She took the sound in new directions with artists like Eduardo Mateo, Jaime Roos, and Hugo Fattoruso across a series of albums that made use of the newly emerging synth technologies of the time. The result is a folk-y album of found sounds, acoustic guitars and majestic harmonies that are all tied together with Ingold's own delicate, elegant vocals. This collection draws her best work into one beautiful anthology that has upbeat numbers like "Trasnoche" next to soothing lullabies such as the heavenly "Tiempo Leve".
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 in stock $22.37
Pata Pata (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: STRUT 180LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Pata Pata (mono) (3:01)
  2. Ha Po Zamani (mono) (2:56)
  3. What Is Love (mono) (2:45)
  4. Maria Fulo (mono) (2:37)
  5. Yetentu Tizaleny (mono) (2:50)
  6. Click Song Number One (mono) (2:20)
  7. Ring Bell, Ring Bell (mono) (2:52)
  8. Jol'Inkomo (mono) (3:00)
  9. West Wind (mono) (2:47)
  10. Saduva (mono) (3:44)
  11. A Piece Of Ground (mono) (3:38)
  12. Pata Pata (3:01)
  13. Ha Po Zamani (2:57)
  14. What Is Love (2:43)
  15. Maria Fulo (2:39)
  16. Yetentu Tizaleny (2:51)
  17. Click Song Number One (2:20)
  18. Ring Bell, Ring Bell (2:52)
  19. Jol'Inkomo (3:01)
  20. West Wind (2:48)
  21. Saduva (3:44)
  22. A Piece Of Ground (3:38)
Review: Recorded in New York in 1966, Miriam Makeba's "Pata Pata" - her first for the legendary Reprise Records imprint - has long been considered one of the most important and influential South African albums of all time. Strut certainly thinks so and has offered up a "definitive version" that contains both mono and stereo mixes of the album, alongside new sleeve notes that tell the singer's remarkable story in vivid detail. Musically the set is rooted in jazz, but also incorporates sounds, rhythms and instrumentation not only reflective of Makeba's home country, but also nods to American soul, Latin rhythms and calypso (the latter showcasing the influence of her mentor, Harry Belafonte).
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 in stock $21.84
Amadjar (limited gatefold 2xLP + 28 page booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: COOP 011LP. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Tenere Maloulat (feat Warren Ellis) (3:42)
  2. Zawal (feat Warren Ellis, Noura Mint Seymali, Jeiche Ould Chighaly) (3:30)
  3. Amalouna (feat Noura Mint Seymali, Stephen O'Malley) (4:38)
  4. Taqkal Tarha (feat Micah Nelson) (4:08)
  5. Anina (3:04)
  6. Madjam Mahilkamen (4:13)
  7. Kel Tinawen (feat Cass McCombs) (4:01)
  8. Iklam Dglour (feat Warren Ellis & Rodophe Burger) (4:06)
  9. Takount (feat Noura Mint Seymali) (3:45)
  10. Itous Ohar (feat Cass McCombs) (4:21)
  11. Mhadjar Yassouf Idjan (feat Warren Ellis) (4:23)
  12. Wartilla (feat Warren Ellis, Stephen O'Malley) (4:08)
  13. Lalla (6:19)
Review: Malian musicians have a rich history when it comes to turning the world on to organic, mystifying, exotic sounds. A country that - even for Africa - stands out as a hotbed of aural talent, artists hailing from the desert nation never fail to immerse and intoxicate us. Here tracks grow and groove like a hypnotist at work, embracing Western influences, not least psychedelic rock, to produce what might have happened if Jim Morrison went walkabout in the Sahara looking for inspiration. As an album, "Amadjar" is everything that description might make you hope for. Opening on the delicate, spatial guitar plucks of "Tenere Maloulat", you can see the oasis shimmering in the distance through heat vapour. Evocative stuff, from there it only pulls us in deeper into an amalgamation of sounds overflowing with an adventurous atmosphere.
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 in stock $24.45
  1. Theodora Ifudu - "This Time Around" (4:56)
  2. Oby Onyioha - "Enjoy Your Life" (6:18)
  3. Nana Love - "Talking About Music" (3:46)
  4. Joy Nwosu & Her Group - "Azania" (4:13)
  5. Miriam Makeba - "Malaika" (5:18)
  6. Nayanka Bell - "Just A Boogie" (3:42)
  7. Christy Essien - "Nobody Can Stop You" (5:03)
  8. Bebe Manga - "Lokognolo" (4:12)
  9. Diane Solo - "N'Ziketio" (5:47)
  10. Sissi Massila - "Salif" (4:23)
Review: Africa Seven's second tribute to the "funky sounds of female Africa" is packed to the rafters with gems. While some of the material may be familiar to those digging Afro-funk, disco and boogie - see Oby Onyioha's breezy boogie sing-along "Enjoy Your Life", the similarly awesome early '80s dancefloor pressure of Nayanka Bell's "Just A Boogie" and the gnarled disco-rock pressure of Christy Essien's "Nobody Can Stop You" - the vast majority of tracks are not only little-known, but also simply essential. Our picks include the disco-reggae bounce of Bebe Manga's "Lokognolo", Theodora Ifudu's Teena Marie style disco-boogie workout "This Time Around" and the spiraling heavy funk pressure of Diane Solo's "N'Ziketio".
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 in stock $16.39
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