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Cat: MRB 7131. Rel: 24 Nov 16
  1. Because Of Money (5:54)
  2. Obi Ye Saa Wui (4:21)
Review: The 3rd Generation Band hail from Ghana, recording only six tracks in their time together, all for the Essiebons label and now Mr Bongo reissue these two super rare tracks. The life affirming Afro Rhythm & Blues of "Because Of Money" was also featured on Soundway's Ghana Soundz compilation previously. It was compiled by Andrew Edwards. The band was formed in the late 70's by leader Rockson, a soldier at the time. The original record is extremely rare and this reissue is a replica 7", including the original picture paper sleeve that was carefully restored by Andrew Edwards. B side track "Obi Ye Saa Wui" is African style soul-funk, very influenced by James Brown.
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Cat: BJR 45005. Rel: 01 May 18
  1. Chenar Le Blues (3:17)
  2. Avehri (3:23)
 in stock $16.96
Cat: STEDIT 004. Rel: 01 Aug 18
  1. Atewo-Lara Ka Tepa Mo'se (Ben Gomori Juish edit) (8:32)
  2. Ojo Je (SMBD '85 Raw Disco mix) (6:37)
  3. Ojo Je (SMBD Rascal dub) (3:54)
Review: On this fine EP from the Sterns Edits camp, Ben Gomori and SMBD (AKA Gilles Peterson favourite Simbad) take it in turns to rework cuts from 1980s Nigerian star Segun Adewale. On the A-side, Gomori gets to work on "Atewo-Lara Ka Tepa Mo'se", wrapping Adewale's original vocals and glistening juju guitar solos over a rolling, Ron Trent style Afro-deep house groove. It's super-sweet and wonderfully summery, suggesting we'll be hearing it in more than a few DJ sets over the next few months. Simbad, meanwhile, serves up two versions of "Ojo Je": a hustling, polyrhythmic disco excursion (the "SMBD '85 Raw Disco Mix") and a far deeper and more trippy excursion rich in warm sub-bass, reverb and delay-laden vocal snippets and ricocheting synthesizer motifs (the superior "Rascal Dub").
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  1. Antonio Adolfo & A Brazuca - "Dois Minutos De Um Novo Dia" (2:36)
  2. Maria Castro Neves & Samba SA - "Candomble" (2:08)
 in stock $8.22
Hinde (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SNDW 12033. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. Hinde (4:04)
  2. Hinde (Julien Dyne rework) (5:31)
Review: Originally released in Kenya way back in 1987, "Hinde" was the sole single from an obscure outfit called African Vibration. The track has since gone on to become something of a sought-after gem; a sparse, drum machine-driven, synthesizer-sporting jam that offers a uniquely tropical and wholeheartedly East African take on electro/synth-pop fusion. Happily, Soundway has decided to issue it on 12" for the first time, having previously included in on 2016's superb "Kenya Special: Volume 2" compilation. The brilliant original comes accompanied by a fresh Julian Dyne rework that makes more of the original's fluttering, sun-kissed synths and rainforest sound effects. It's a little deeper, dreamier and exceptionally blissful; in fact, you could almost describe it as being "Balearic".
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Cat: SCEB 002. Rel: 13 Apr 17
  1. The Devil Made Me Do It (4:26)
  2. The Devil Made Me Do It (The Invisible Cosmic Echoes version) (4:51)
  3. The Devil Made Me Do It (The Invisible Astral Wave version) (4:30)
Review: Like many drummers, Alex Puddu has long been inspired by the work of Tony Allen. He pays tribute to the legendary Nigerian sticks-man on "The Devil Made Me Do It", a sumptuous dose of groovy downtempo Afrobeat laden with Allen-style polyrhythms, Africa '70 horns and lashings of eyes-closed electric piano solos. On the flip you'll find two different interpretations from Puddu. The first, subtitled "The Invisible Cosmic", doffs a cap to the Afro-cosmic world of Daniele Baldelli while retaining much of the warmth and musicality of the original mix. "The Invisible Astral" version is an altogether more spaced-out dub, with Puddu smothering the drums and horns in copious amounts of tape echo.
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Desire (7")
Cat: DYNAM 7020. Rel: 02 Nov 18
  1. Desire (4:13)
  2. Casa Fuerte (4:09)
Review: Copies of Francisco Aguabella's 1977 album "Hitting Hard" are not only extremely hard to come by, but also suitably pricey when they do come up for sale online. Fret not - Dynamite Cuts are here to help. They've decided to reissue two of the Afro-Cuban jazz/funk fusion set's most potent track, thus saving us the need to fork out the best part of 800 pounds. A-side "Ramon's Desire" - a cover of a Ramon Robes song - is suitably breezy, jazzy and positive, with glistening guitar and vibraphone solos combining wonderfully with a soulful vocal. Flipside "Casa Fuerte", on the other hand, is an all-action, high-tempo Afro-Cuban jazz dance treat, with high-octane piano solos rising above a Tito Puente style rhythm track.
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Rain EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: COMEME 048. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Rain (6:51)
  2. Rain (club mix) (4:38)
  3. Rain (Drums mix) (1:51)
  4. Serious (6:04)
  5. Serious (instrumental) (6:03)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $10.07
Aynotche Terabu (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45015. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Aynotche Terabu" (with Equators Band) (4:02)
  2. Girma Beyene - "Ene Negn Bay Manesh" (2:24)
Review: The Afro 45's / Mr Bongo lineage has produced some of the hottest, most sizzling funk reissues from around the globe, and this tasty two-header from Mahmoud Ahmed - who has appeared heavily on Portland's monumental Mississippi label - and Girma Beyene, two greats of the African soul / funk heritage. Ahmed's "Aynotche Terabu" is backed by the Equators Band, and the man's voice rides like crispy waves over the dusty percussion and charging trumpets of the outfit; Beyene appears with a less moody but equally brilliant jazz-leaning piece named "Ene Negn Bay Manesh", bringing through the spirot of greats such as Mulatu and the rest of the African luminaries.
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Tu Jamas (7")
Cat: SG 039. Rel: 08 May 17
  1. Tu Jamas (4:14)
  2. Solo Tu Amor (4:55)
Review: Although best known as the lead singer of well-regarded Japanese funk-soul band O.A.S.B, Amy Akaoka has long dreamed up recording a salsa album in the style of '60s and '70s pianist and bandleader Larry Harlow. This tasty two-track 7" single is her first release in the style - the album will appear later in the year - and is as summery, breezy and life affirming as you'd expect. She begins with "Tu Jamas", where male backing vocals, jaunty pianos and her own passionate lead vocal ride a sweat-soaked salsa rhythm. Turn to the B-side for the horn-heavy delight that is breezy salsa shuffler "Solo Tu Amor". Naturally, both are hugely authentic to the style of salsa championed by Harlow.
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Played by: I Love 45's!
 in stock $14.58
La Verdad (7" + insert)
Cat: NYCT 7041. Rel: 20 Sep 18
  1. La Verdad
  2. Esperando
 in stock $10.59
Tchero Adari Negn (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 45 004. Rel: 31 Jul 15
  1. Alemayehu Eshete - "Tchero Adari Negn" (4:27)
  2. Mahmoud Ahmed - "Bemin Sebeb Litlash" (4:26)
Review: The UK's Mr Bongo has been reissuing old music and putting out new tunes since the late 1980's, and the label is still going strong in 2015. This latest 7" features two of Ethiopia's greatest musicians, Alemayehu Eshete and Mahmoud Ahmed, in a head to head, split EP. On the A-side, Mr Bongo has resurfaced Eshete's "Tchero Adari Negn", a supremely funky piece with the man's own voice gliding effortlessly over hard drums and fuzy guitar riffs; "Bemim Sebeb Litlash" goes deeper and more psychedelic on the flip, and Ahmed's voice is a pleasure as always. Check their other material on Mississippi for a broader introspective.
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Cat: HJP 39. Rel: 25 Sep 07
  1. Kilode (Carl Craig remix)
  2. Kilode (original version)
  3. Kilode (Carl Craig Straight mix)
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  1. Jealousy (11:22)
  2. Jealousy (Loya Afrotech Reedit) (3:27)
  3. Jealousy (Loya Electro Maloya Reedit) (4:07)
 in stock $10.34
Rosa Tropical (hand-numbered 10" + sticker limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PYS 05. Rel: 13 Dec 17
  1. Rosa Tropical (5:11)
  2. El Barrio (5:11)
  3. Primavera Negra (2:38)
  4. Crema Dulce (2:59)
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Cat: BJR45 002. Rel: 14 Jun 17
  1. Goca Dunya (4:02)
  2. Kirsehir'in Gulleri (3:21)
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Simi Rapp (12")
Cat: MC 039. Rel: 31 Oct 18
  1. Simi Rapp (8:19)
  2. Simi Rapp (Multi Culti edit) (6:43)
  3. Simi Rapp (Red Axes & Asaf Samuel remix) (5:12)
  4. Simi Rapp (Johnny Aux remix) (9:12)
 in stock $10.34
Remixes (12")
Cat: PINGIPUNG 62. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Battaki (Nicola Cruz remix) (5:21)
  2. Atuy So Kata (RLHBSLCN remix) (5:22)
  3. Iyomante Upopo (Gama remix) (6:08)
  4. Iyomante Upopo (Andi Otto remix) (5:52)
  5. Herutun Rutun (M RUX remix) (6:06)
  6. Battaki (El Buho remix) (3:35)
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Cat: PINGIPUNG 063. Rel: 16 Jan 19
  1. Atuy So Kata (3:47)
  2. Atuy So Kata (Patric Catani remix) (4:34)
Review: German imprint Pingipung has been doing a great job in re-introducing the world to the music of Umeko Ando, a Japanese folk singer who spent decades championing her native Ainu culture before passing away in 2004. Pingipung has already reissued her rare debut album, 2000's "Ihunke", and here gives a deserved first single release to that set's closing track, "Atuy So Kata". Her beautiful and haunting original version - all handclaps, traditional instrumentation and her sublime vocals - nestles on the A-side, with Patric Catani's remix on the flip. His version is drowsy, foreboding and fuzzy, with the remixer expertly mixing Ando's vocals and instrumentation with crunchy electronic drums, psych-rock guitars and all manner of out-there noises.
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Tamfo Nyi Ekyir (limited 7")
Cat: AFRO 45007. Rel: 06 Nov 15
  1. Tamfo Nyi Ekyir (3:56)
  2. Mumude (3:03)
Review: Comprised of Uhuru Dance Band members Ebo Taylor and Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, The Apagya Showband only delivered a handful of releases but they're all worth digging out. Mr Bongo have started the excavation with these two 1974 vintage licks; "Tamfo" is concentrated uplift with big horns and an unescapable highlife guitar lick. "Mumude" is a deeper, drum-heavy jam that switches suddenly with the help of big organ splashes and sermonised spoken word.
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Banko Woman (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: COS 1157. Rel: 30 May 17
  1. Banko Woman (5:47)
  2. Faith, Luck & Music (4:10)
Review: Destination '77: Nigerian troupe The Apostles lay down their third album Banko Woman. And, with it, this widescreen vibe excursion that's been a go-to for Afrobeat diggers since it was released on Love Day 40 years ago. "Banko Woman" is a firing, energetic funk jam layered with vibrant levels of instrumentation that gradually strip back at points to let you feel the raw tempo of the groove. "Faith Luck & Music" is at once both more bluesy, thanks to the sliding, melting guitars, and spiritual, thanks to the traditional rhythm and chords. A rare and long-awaited reissue.
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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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Obaa Sima (limited 12")
Cat: ATFA 015. Rel: 27 Oct 15
  1. Obaa Sima (5:37)
  2. Adagya (4:55)
Review: Awesome Tapes From Africa surely scored one of the best reissues this year with the vinyl and CD edition of Obaa Sima, a quite startling album from Ghanaian musician Ata Kak that covered highlife, rap, pop, and more. The fact the discovery of the original tape was ATFA founder's Brian Shimkovitz original reason for starting the label made it all the more special. With copies of that album no longer in press, Awesome Tapes From Africa have tempered demand with a series of 12" releases featuring cuts from Obaa Sima. Here the title track makes the transition, pressed nice and loud at 45rpm (do try it at 33 too for a different vibe), whilst the slower electro funk-edged bliss of "Adagya" lines the B-side.
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Manha (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 021. Rel: 20 Apr 15
  1. Azimuth - "Manha" (3:45)
  2. Osmar Milito E Quarteto Forma - "America Latina" (2:46)
Review: A tale of two sides, Azimuth's classic "Manha" should be recognisable to many; taken from their self-titled LP in 1975, its golden harmonies and lavish, lolloping Bob James style jazz are as timeless as they were 40 years ago. Flip for "America Latina". Conjured by prolific collaborator Osmar Milito (whose discography features the likes of Sammy Davis Jr, Spanky Wilson and Liza Minelli), its striking, sing-along charms are no accident... It was actually created for 70s Brazilian soap opera Selva De Pedra.
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Kizil Gozlum (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: GBEP 071. Rel: 30 Apr 19
  1. Kizil Gozlum (4:00)
  2. Kervan Yolda (Schneider TM remix) (3:29)
  3. Kervan Yolda (Arastaman remix) (2:59)
Played by: DJ Kobayashi
 in stock $10.07
Tessassategn Eko (limited 7")
Cat: AFR 45016. Rel: 14 Jun 16
  1. Bahta Gebre Hiwot - "Tessassategn Eko" (4:04)
  2. Alemayehu Eshete - "Ayalqem Tedqem" (3:22)
Review: Afro 45's / Mr Bongo show no signs of stopping their tireless run of form and, 7" after 7", they just keep on producing the goods. There's yet more '70s goodness with this new little scorcher: the A-side is 1973's "Tessassategn Eko" by Bahta Gebre Hiwot, a pensive Ethiopian pop hit for all sorts of music fans to enjoy, but "Ayalqem Tedqem" by Alemayehu Eshete on the B-side is where it's at... just listen to that bass and you'll instantly recognize this wonderful little cover.
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Pongo (12")
Cat: JR 001VI. Rel: 13 Feb 19
  1. Baia (3:10)
  2. Kuzola (3:55)
  3. Tambulaya (3:49)
  4. Kassussa (3:01)
  5. Quero Mais (2:42)
 in stock $18.56
Cat: STEDIT 002. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. Bar Konon Mousso (Musicien C'est Pas Quelqu'un) (Ben Gomori N'est Pas musicien edit) (8:00)
  2. Massa Kamba (Ben Gomori's Massabbatical edit) (9:11)
Review: This officially licensed 12" sees prolific British disco producer Ben Gomori take a scalpel to two cuts from veteran African musician Amadou Balake's 2015 album, In Conclusion. On side A you'll find a fantastic, eight-minute extension of the breezy shuffler "Bar Konon Mousso (Musicien C'est Pas Quelqu'un)", where snaking saxophone solos and sun-kissed, juju style guitars rise above a hot-stepping, bass-heavy groove. Turn to the flipside for a thrillingly epic take on "Massa Kamba", a deeper and slightly more musically intricate cut blessed with a blissful; Pat Metheny style jazz guitar breakdown, memorable chorus vocals and evocative horn lines.
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Ban Cha 001 (limited hand-stamped 10")
Cat: BANCHA 001. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Track 1 (3:48)
  2. Track 2 (4:26)
  3. Track 3 (4:19)
Played by: Manu•Archeo
 in stock $9.28
Ban Cha 002 (limited hand-stamped 10")
Cat: BANCHA 002. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Track 1 (4:22)
  2. Track 2 (5:02)
  3. Track 3 (4:09)
 in stock $9.28
Ban Cha 003 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: BANCHA 003. Rel: 29 Nov 18
  1. Track 1 (6:36)
  2. Track 2 (5:56)
  3. Track 3 (5:40)
  4. Track 4 (3:35)
 in stock $9.28
Cat: BRZ45 056. Rel: 13 Oct 16
  1. Maria Fumaca (2:27)
  2. Mr Funky Samba (3:41)
Review: For the latest release on their on-point Brasil 45s sub-label, Mr Bongo takes a trip back to 1977, and the early days of legendary fusion outfit Banda Black Rio. Both the cuts here are taken from the band's brilliant debut album, Maria Fumaca, and see them fusing Brasilian samba and jazz sounds with the righteous, dancefloor-friendly grooves of funk and disco. "Maria Fumaca" itself is a deliciously sunny and sweaty affair, with punchy horns, eyes-closed guitar solos and jazz-funk electic piano lines rising above a carnival-ready samba-funk groove. The U.S funk influence comes to the fore more on flipside "Mr Funky Samba", which sounds like Azymuth jamming with members of the T.K Disco, Philadelphia International and Salsoul house bands. Yep, it's that good.
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Cat: BRZ 45055. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Banda Black Rio - "Miss Cheryl" (3:47)
  2. Miele - "Melo Do Tagarela (Rapper's Delight)" (instrumental) (4:10)
Review: Although Brazil's Banda Black Rio remain infamous for the albums that they recorded in the late 1970s, two beautiful LPs that rode that singular wave of samba-ridden jazz dance, 1980's "Miss Cheryl" is an outstanding tune, and we can hear why RCA picked it up back in the day. Mr Bongo provides us with the reissue here and, if you haven't heard it, it's an absolute delight which switches between disco, psych, and something inherently Brazilian - there's even a wacky synth in there, for good measure. Compatriot Miele appears on the flip with "Melo Do Tagarela (Rappers Delight)", a sublime slice of early, electronic boogie that sounds as fresh today as it did back at the tail end of the 70s. A devious little reissue that you should own...
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 in stock $9.81
Wild Safari (12" with obi strip)
Cat: GET 1200912. Rel: 30 Jun 17
  1. Wild Safari (5:07)
  2. Woman (5:10)
 in stock $15.38
Cat: AJX 445S. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. Mercy Mercy Baby (2:45)
  2. Mercy Mercy Baby (instrumental) (3:02)
Review: Puerto Rican music legend Ray Barretto has a seriously impressive biography, including spells with the Tito Puente Orchestra and the acclaimed Fania All Stars. This tasty seven-inch single serves up one of Barretto's best boogaloo-era cuts, 1968 single and Acid album track "Mercy, Mercy Baby". It remains a fine song, wrapping a jaunty salsa rhythm in various boogaloo aural hallmarks, including impassioned vocals, funk-influenced horns and an incessant piano riff. Interestingly, this edition doesn't feature the original single B-side, but rather a previously unissued instrumental version. Shorn of the vocals and pop production, it feels breezier and heavier, with additional trumpet solos that will wind their way into your subconscious.
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Cat: LCT 002. Rel: 23 Nov 18
  1. Blue Monday (6:57)
  2. Open Your Heart (Vula) (6:49)
 in stock $14.58
Tropical (12")
Cat: MG 176. Rel: 26 Feb 13
  1. Tropical
  2. Oba, La Vem Vela
 in stock $11.40
  1. Bert Inniss National Recording Orchestra - "Slave" (3:08)
  2. Mighty Sparrow - "The Slave" (7:05)
 in stock $9.53
Kenya 1980s: CBS EP (limited 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: AFR7 1206. Rel: 28 Feb 19
  1. Black Savage - "Fire" (5:13)
  2. S & D Majek - "Got The Feelin'" (3:11)
  3. Ovid - "Karibuni" (4:31)
  4. Ovid - "Operator" (4:35)
 in stock $16.17
Viajecito (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: MSR 009. Rel: 17 Jan 19
  1. Viajecito (5:13)
  2. Too Late (3:05)
Review: For a brief period between 1968 and 1975, Peruvian band Black Sugar recorded some seriously heavy fusions of soul, rock and jazz. It's because of this that both of their self-titled albums now exchange hands for eye-watering sums online, as does their 1971 debut single "Viajecito". Helpfully, Matasuna Records has done a deal to reissue the latter. The track itself remains a rare treat; a gloriously sunny, horn-heavy fusion of Latin jazz rhythms, spacey sounds, jaunty group vocals and twinkling pianos. B-side "Too Late", a sumptuous, boogaloo-sounding soul number in which the group sings in English over a Blackbyrds-esque backing track, is similarly impressive.
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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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Cat: SOIL 6600. Rel: 03 Apr 17
  1. Sangre (10:05)
Review: Tribal, physical, psychedelic: Joe Claussell's Bolla project is one of his finest creative accomplishments for many fans, and his album Afrikan Basement: Makussa is the gift that keeps on giving. Having previously leaked limited 12"s, Joe's label Sacred Rhythm does it again with another super-limited, one-sided press. Hooky, insistent and far-out for the full 10 minutes, this is shaman material right here. Do not sleep.
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  1. Gulden Karabocek - "Mehmet Emmi" (3:49)
  2. Derdiyoklar Ikilisi - "Liebe Gabi" (4:52)
  3. Orchestre Du Mont-Plaisant - "Ergun" (3:38)
  4. Ali Avaz - "Seker Oglan" (5:36)
 in stock $16.96
O Ronco Da Cuica (limited 7")
Cat: BRZ45 011. Rel: 18 Sep 14
  1. Joao Bosco - "O Ronco Da Cuica"
  2. Antonio Adolfo E A Brazuca - "Transamonica"
Review: Mr Bongos hit paydirt once again with their Brazil 45s series, with this 11th seven featuring a pair of Latin gems from Joao Bosco and Antonio Adolfo E A Brazuca that have never been pressed on 7" before. In original form, "O Ronco Da Cuica" was a certified highlight of the prolific Bosco's 1976 LP Galos de Briga, the supple bossanova groove truly blessed by some excellent vocal harmonies when the chorus hits. Those sample freaks in search of a killer break will however gravitate to the B Side jazz fusion bomb "Transamonica" from Antonio Adolfo E A Brazuca as it's packed full of them!
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Afro Beat (7")
Cat: FLIES 4504. Rel: 14 Jun 18
  1. Afro Beat (3:24)
  2. Afro Flower (3:27)
Review: The library music crate-diggers behind Italy's Four Flies label aren't quite sure when regular collaborators Braen (an alias of composer and multi-instrumentalist Alessandro Alessandroni) and Raskovich (Guillano Sorgini) recorded these two previously unreleased tracks, but it's thought to have been around the time of the 1971 sessions for a psychedelic rock 7" by The Pawnshop. A-side "Afro Beat" is something of a saucer-eyed, Modernist delight, with the duo mixing meandering organ lines and breezy Afro-funk grooves with heavy bass. "Afro Flower", on the other hand, sounds like something that would have emerged from the studio of the Graham Bond Organization during the swinging '60s, which is no bad thing in our book.
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Nosso (red vinyl 12")
Cat: ENLP 102. Rel: 15 Mar 19
  1. Over There (feat Miles From Kinshasa) (3:20)
  2. Movimento (3:00)
  3. Stand By (feat Umi Copper) (3:30)
  4. Branko & Sango - "Hear From You" (feat Cosima) (3:44)
  5. Tudo Certo (feat Dino D'santiago) (3:54)
  6. Banko & Pedro - "MPTS" (Chords version) (3:19)
  7. Sempre (feat Mallu Magalhaes) (4:20)
  8. Amours D'ete (feat Pierre Kwenders) (3:58)
  9. Bleza (3:23)
  10. Agua Con Sal (feat Catalina Garcia) (3:44)
  11. Branko & Dengue Dengue Dengue - "Lucuma" (3:17)
 in stock $16.44
Karam Bani (12")
RCA
Cat: PR 65016P. Rel: 30 Jan 19
  1. Karam Bani (4:25)
  2. Ye Koaba (4:27)
Review: Ghanaian disco-funk stalwart Sidiku Buari initially broke through in his native country in 1975. Although it was his eponymous debut album that cemented his star status, it was the single that preceded the set, "Karam Bani", that established his reputation. Here it gets a deserved reissue, complete with original B-side "Ye Koaba". The title track is something of a beast: a driving, funk-fuelled work out rich in jammed-out electric piano lines, sweaty drums and soaring, life-affirming vocals. "Ye Koaba", meanwhile, is a little breezier and jolly in tone, but no less essential.
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Cat: SNDW 12023. Rel: 23 Jun 16
  1. Anokwar (Truth) (Hide & Smile edit) (6:42)
  2. Music (5:55)
Review: Sidiku is an impressive gentleman. A Ghanaian athlete turned musician with over 16 albums to his name he shook his country's music industry up as the chairman of the Ghanaian Copyright Society and now president of the Musicians Union of Ghana and the vice president of International Federation Of Musicians. He can also lay down a mean hook; "Anokwar (Truth)" is a firing slice of late 70s synth-infused afrofunk while "Music" comes a little later in the 80s with its rapid synth boogie groove and big Fanti chants. Righteous.
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