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La Locura De Machuca: Barranquilla Colombia 1975-1980
VARIOUS
Cat: AACD 090. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. Samba Negra - "Eberebijara"
  2. King Somalie - "Monkey´s Dance"
  3. El Grupo Folclorico - "Tamba"
  4. Los Viajeros Siderales - "El Campanero"
  5. Rio Latino - "Ayu"
  6. Aníbal Velasquez - "La Mazamorra Del Diablo"
  7. La Francachela - "Mosquita Muerta"
  8. El Grupo Folclorico - "Juipiti"
  9. King Somalie - "Le Monqui"
  10. El Grupo Folclorico - "El Tornillito"
  11. Samba Negra - "Long Life Africa"
  12. La Banda Africana - "Te Clavo La Mano"
  13. Myrian Makenwa - "El Platano"
  14. El Grupo Folclorico - "Tucutru"
  15. Grupo Bola Roja - "Caracol"
  16. El Grupo D'Abelard - "A Otro Perro Con Ese Hueso"
  17. Conjunto Barbacoa - "Wabali"
Review: We are very happy to announce our 30th compilation from the Analog Africa regular serie, 'La Locura de Machuca 1975 - 1980', telling the story of Colombia's most atypical and peculiar record company: Discos Machuca. The seventeen tracks sound like little else recorded before or since. They exist outside of time or place, as vividly unhinged in 2020 as they were on the day they were first released. You have to hear it to believe it.
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 in stock $17.94
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Rastilho
Rastilho (CD)
Cat: MAIS 039CD. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. Exu Odara
  2. Olode
  3. Marquito
  4. Vida Mansa
  5. Foi Batendo O Pe Na Terra
  6. Febre Do Rato
  7. Dada (feat Ava Rocha)
  8. Veneno (feat OGI)
  9. Tambu E Candongueiro
  10. Gaba (feat Jucara Marcal)
  11. Rastilho
  12. Habitual (bonus track)
  13. Gurufim (bonus track - feat Jucara Marcal)
 in stock $12.77
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Disques Debs International Volume 1
VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 187CD. Rel: 29 Jun 18
  1. Daniel Forestal Et Sa Guitare - "Ces P'Tits Je T'aime"
  2. Casimir Letang - "Travail Z'enfants! Chantez Apres!"
  3. Cyril Diaz Et Son Orchestre - "Feeling Happy"
  4. Georges Tinedor Et Manuela Pioche - "Collie Et Zanno"
  5. Henri Debs Quintet - "Douce Kombass"
  6. Joseph Lacides - "Mr Morin"
  7. Geno Exile - "Lan Mise"
  8. Dolor Et Les Diables Du Rythme - "Salvana"
  9. Syndey Leremon Et Ses Amis Du Calvaire Baie-Mahault - "You You Matayango"
  10. Raymond Cicault Et Son Orchestre Volcan - "A Mon Ami Lucien Jolibois"
  11. Orchestre Esperanza Et Jean Leroy - "Ou Pas Bel"
  12. Henri Debs Sextet Et Paul Blamar - "Moin Ce On Malere"
  13. Le Ry-Co Jazz - "Si I Bon Di I Bon"
  14. Remy Mondey - "Meringue Mondey"
  15. Henri Guedon Et Les Contesta - "Van Van"
  16. Les Shupa Shupa D'Haiti - "Batterie Shupa"
  17. Paul Blamar Et Vello - "Lovency"
  18. Eric Virgal - "Stanislas"
  19. Les Aiglons - "Les Aiglons Ka Satisfait"
  20. Tutus De La Guyane - "Nanao Nanao"
  21. Guy Conquette - "Assez Fait Cancan"
 in stock $9.24
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Paradise Cinema
Cat: GONDCD 040. Rel: 08 Oct 20
  1. Possible Futures
  2. It Will Be Summer Soon
  3. Casamance
  4. Utopia
  5. Liberte
  6. Digital Palm
  7. Paradise Cinema
  8. Eternal Spring
 in stock $12.24
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Brazilian Dorian Dream (reissue)
Cat: FARO 219CD. Rel: 21 Jul 20
  1. Brazilian Dorian Dream
  2. Facing East
  3. Jungle Cat
  4. That's What She Says
  5. Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
  6. Who Needs It
  7. Braziliana No 1
 in stock $10.06
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Che Belew (March Forward)
Cat: NA 5192CD. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. Yetembelel-Loga (Tall & Graceful)
  2. Che Belew (March Forward)
  3. Ho Bilo Hede (He Went Marching)
  4. Teregew Nebere (You Used To Understand)
  5. Neye Temelesh Belwat (Tell Her To Come Back)
  6. Wegene (My Countryman)
  7. Rehab (Hunger)
  8. Ambassel (Ambassel)
  9. Endetnesh Belulegn (Ask How She’s Doing)
  10. Tizitash Zewetir (Your Memories Always)
  11. Wubalem (Stunning)
  12. Ayish Ayishina (I See & I See You)
  13. Turi Turi Nafa (Lies & More Lies)
  14. Sew Malet Esunew (A Virtuous Person)
 in stock $12.24
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Mogadisco: Dancing Mogadishu Somalia 1972-1991
VARIOUS
Cat: AACD 089. Rel: 13 Dec 19
  1. Dur Dur Band - "Daraadaa Muxibo"
  2. Omar Shoolil - "Hab Isii"
  3. Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - "Check Up My Head"
  4. Bakaka Band - "Geesiyada Halgamayow"
  5. Fadumo Qassim & Waaberi Band - "Waa Kaa Helaa"
  6. Iftin Band - "Sirmaqabe"
  7. Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - "Baayo"
  8. Ahmed Shimaali & Ahmed Sharif "Killer" - "Hoobeya"
  9. Dur Dur Band - "Shaleedayaa"
  10. Dur Dur Band - "Ladaney"
  11. Bakaka Band - "Gobonimada Jira"
  12. Iftin Band - "Ii Ooy Aniga"
Review: The result of three years of digging through tapes of "strange music" in the Radio Mogadishu archives and restless research to find the musicians involved, Analog Africa's latest compilation shines a light on Somalia's previously undocumented dance music scene. It features tracks recorded between 1972 and '91 by a variety of unknown artists, with the assembled music touching on disco, psych-funk, Moog-laden club-focused instrumentals and heavyweight, Bob Marley-inspired reggae rhythms. It's a hugely vibrant and entertaining set of off-kilter and unusual Somalian translations of American and Caribbean music styles, with the bumper accompanying booklet offering up a wealth of little-known information.
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Romance Revolution
Cat: OTCRCD 005. Rel: 24 Jul 20
  1. Machozi Ya Huba
  2. Sikitiko
  3. Pakistan
  4. Nyuki
  5. Kijiti
  6. Alaminadura
  7. Track 7
  8. Track 8
Review: In her native island, Siti Muharam is known as the "golden voice of Zanzibar", a singer whose dedication to her native Swahili tongue and traditional musical styles is renowned. This debut album for On The Corner Records is an impressive affair, and offers a neat snapshot of the different musical elements that make Zanzibarian music so intriguing. As you'd expect for an island in the Indian ocean off the coast of Tanzinia, the instrumentation and percussion sounds draw influence from both Arabic and African styles, while Muharam's vocals will remind many observers of traditional Indian music. It's a heady and intoxicating blend that's well worth a listen.
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 in stock $13.59
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Ethiopiques 4: Ethio Jazz 1969-1974
  1. Yekermo Sew
  2. Metche Dershe
  3. Kasalefkut Hulu
  4. Tezeta
  5. Yegelle Tezeta
  6. Munaye
  7. Gubelye
  8. Asmarina
  9. Yekatit
  10. Netsanet
  11. Tezetaye Antchi Lidj
  12. Sabye
  13. Ene Alantchi Alnorem
  14. Dewel
Review: Last year, Strut reissued the earliest albums in Mulatu Astatke's catalogue - 1966's "Afro-Latin Soul Part 1 & 2". This quality collection from Buda Musique picks up the story three years later, when the man who would become known as the "Godfather of Ethiopian Jazz" was beginning to establish himself as a true pioneer. The compilation draws on work recorded between 1969 and '74 in Boston, New York and London, most of which explores Astatke's unique and distinctive fusion of turn-of-the-'70s US jazz, dancefloor-friendly jazz-funk, Afro-Cuban rhythms and traditional Ethiopian music. While some of the recordings are fiendishly fuzzy and lo-fi, there's no arguing with the quality of Astatke's composition, playing and production. In fact, it's a near perfect introduction to his now familiar "Ethio-jazz" style.
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 in stock $10.61
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Under The Influence Vol 6: A Collection Of Rare Soul & Disco
FAZE ACTION/VARIOUS
Cat: ZEDDCD 43. Rel: 01 Jun 18
  1. Carol Dionne - "I'm In Love With You"
  2. Leston Paul - "All Nite Tonight" (mix)
  3. Bebe Manga - "Lokognolo"
  4. Saraba - "Barlia (Kulandjagnho)"
  5. Courtial - "Love Nevermore" (feat Errol Knowles)
  6. Stylus - "We All Need One Another"
  7. Midway - "Set It Out" (Faze Action edit)
  8. Delight - "Is It Too Late" (feat Phenix Horns Esquire)
  9. Disco Circus - "Dig It"
  10. Michele Claire - "In The Bush"
  11. Galaxy - "Let Love Begin"
  12. Mikki - "Dance Lover" (feat Starz - Faze Action edit)
  13. Pilgrim Fathers Orchestra - "Touch Me Don't Stop"
  14. Songhoi Band - "Africa Africa" (Faze Action edit)
  15. Oscar Perry - "Body Movements"
  16. Don Lurio - "Ruba Ruba"
  17. Space - "Mixed Up" (Faze Action edit)
  18. Tony Antoniou - "Send In The Night" (instrumental mix)
  19. Spats - "Hot Summer Madness"
  20. Banzai - "Runaway"
Review: For the latest volume in their crate-digging disco series, Under The Influence, Z Records has turned to long-serving British brothers Simon and Robin Lee AKA Faze Action. In keeping with the series' dusty-fingered ethos, there's plenty of brilliant rarities to set the pulse racing - see the smooth '80s boogie of Leston Paul's "All Nite Tonight", the sublime Afro-disco brilliance of Bebe Manga, the up-tempo hustle of Oscar Perry's "Body Movements" and the South American disco swirl of Don Lurio's "Ruba Ruba" - as well as a smattering of obscure versions of classic dancefloor hits (check Michele Claire's version of "In The Bush"). You'll also find a smattering of killer Faze Action edits, too, with their version of Midway's "Set It Out" and Mikki's freestyle-era boogie ham "Dance Lover" standing out.
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 in stock $12.50
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Funky Highlife
Cat: MRBCD 099. Rel: 15 Nov 12
  1. Asafo Beesuon (medley)
  2. Beebi A Odo Wo (medley)
  3. Yebeyi Wo Aye (Ebibrim Blues)
  4. Do Me Ma Mondo Wo Bi
  5. Matow Aboa
  6. Araba Lucy
  7. Fawakoma Ma Me
  8. Se Menya Wo A
  9. Efi Na Matase
  10. Ye Wo Abo Awokanka
  11. Medzi Makoma Ma Wo
  12. Nyama Mna Wo Nkoso Nyimpa Rebre
 in stock $10.87
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Sao Paulo Brasil (reissue)
Cat: MRBCD 183. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Metropole
  2. Estacao Do Norte
  3. Fabrica
  4. Poluicao
  5. Imigrantes
  6. Metro
  7. Litoral
  8. Futebol De Bar
Review: Over the years, Cesar Mariano and Cia's 1977 set "Sao Paolo Brasil" has achieved cult status, with dusty-fingered diggers regularly proclaiming it one of the finest jazz-funk/fusion albums of the period (a fact confirmed by the high prices that original vinyl copies often change hands for online). Remarkably, this timely Mr Bongo reissue marks the first time the set has been released outside of its native South America. Rich in glistening jazz guitars, fizzing, Azymuth-style organ riffs, spacey synths, warm bass and skittish drums, the album's eight tracks bristle with breeziness, subtle samba motifs, sumptuous dancefloor grooves, sunny downtempo workouts and effervescent arrangements. In a word: essential.
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Play Disco Specials
Cat: MRBCD 218. Rel: 19 Mar 20
  1. We Did It
  2. Disco Stomp
  3. Barney's Moaning
  4. GG Is Talking
Review: Tireless diggers and world class reissue merchants Mr Bongo have done it again with this one. They discovered The Star Beams when one of their tracks was on a Disco Calypso compilation, then went on a mission to track down the original anymore material from the band, who turned out to be based in South Africa instead of the Carribean. The resulting record is a real gem - disco, funk and jazz all get chewed up and spat out across four fantastically timeless cuts of dance floor dynamite. "Disco Stomp" in particular you might already know as Theo Parrish has been dropping in his sets for time.
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Modiehi
Modiehi (CD)
Cat: MRBCD 219. Rel: 20 Aug 20
  1. Modiehi
  2. Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?
  3. Molato Ke Eng
  4. Re A Hlopheha
  5. Toitoi
  6. O Mohau
  7. Bosiu Bona
  8. Lenyalo
  9. Ke Eo Terene
  10. Ha Se Nna Fela
  11. Siyahlupheka
  12. Ungioambela Amanga
 in stock $10.61
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Spirit Reflection
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
 in stock $9.24
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Akofa Akoussah (reissue)
Cat: MRB 174CD. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Tango
  2. Ramer Sans Rame
  3. La Lem
  4. Mitso Aseye
  5. Dandou Kodjo
  6. Kimumbu
  7. G Blem Di
  8. I Tcho Tchass
Review: For their latest deep dive into forgotten and sought-after African music, Mr Bongo has secured the rights to reissue Togolese singer Akofa Akoussah's eponymous 1976 debut album. Akoussah was already something of a scene veteran when she recorded the set for Paris-based Sonafric, having made her vinyl debut in Togo 11 years earlier. The set remains something of a classic, with Akoussah variously delivering sweet vocals over local rhythms and guitars, bass, horns and Moog synth parts that showcase her Western funk and soul influences. There are some suitably heavy dancefloor workouts throughout (not least superb opener "Tango") as well as more laidback and stripped-back cuts. Curiously, the echo-laden production makes it sound like it was recorded in the mid '60s rather than the 1970s, but that's no criticism; it just adds an extra edge of intoxicating fuzziness.
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Helio Matheus
Cat: AOTNCD 017. Rel: 10 May 18
  1. Marraio
  2. Mais Kriola
  3. Cidadezinha
  4. Meu Diario
  5. Comunicacao
  6. Camisa 10
  7. Briguenta
  8. Meu Mundo De Monstros E Fantasias
  9. Voce Se Foi
  10. Meu Segredo
  11. Ausencia
 in stock $12.77
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Control
Control (CD)
Cat: MRBCD 199. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Control
  2. Woye De Adofo
  3. Don't Go
  4. Mercy Kae Dabi
  5. Take Am So
  6. The Message (God Is Love)
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Beautiful Bamboo Flute
Cat: MRBCD 214. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. Kokiriku Bushi
  2. Sado Okesa
  3. Tairyo Utaikomi
  4. Soma Bon-Uta
  5. Komoro Mago-Uta
  6. Nanbu Ushio-Uta
  7. Itsuki No Komori-Uta
  8. Hietsuki-Bushi
  9. Yasuki-Bushi
  10. Yosakoi-Bushi
  11. Kuroda-Bushi
Review: In 2002, the Japanese government recognized bamboo flute maestro Hozan Yamamoto as a "living national treasure". It was in honor of his lengthy career in music, and in particular the way he championed a traditional Japanese instrument even when he was turning his hand to Western music. "Beautiful Bamboo Flute", an album first released in 1971 and almost impossible to find since, is a superb example of this. It sees him deliver haunting, emotional and life-affirming solos over funky jazz, big band and fusion backing tracks that tend towards the fresh and funky. It's an unusual blend, but also an invigorating and exciting one.
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Celia (reissue)
Cat: MRBCD 157. Rel: 05 Jun 18
  1. A Hora E Essa
  2. Toda Quarta-Feira Depois Do Amor
  3. Dominus Tecum
  4. Ay Adelita
  5. Vida De Artista
  6. Mia
  7. Na Boca Do Sol
  8. Em Familia
  9. Detalhes
  10. E Preciso Dizer Adeus
  11. Dez Bilhoes De Neuronios
  12. Badalacao
 in stock $9.24
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Mr Bongo Record Club Vol 3
VARIOUS
Cat: MRBCD 165. Rel: 03 Jun 19
  1. JB De Carvalho E Seu Terreiro - "Fui A Umbanda"
  2. Trio Ternura - "A Gira"
  3. Alcione - "Figa De Guine"
  4. Impacto 5 - "Longe Daqui Aqui Mesmo"
  5. Abae-te - "Pisa No Taboado"
  6. Tobias - "Coisa Sentimental"
  7. Os Flippers - "Estrelar"
  8. SpaceArk - "Don't Stop" (unreleased long version)
  9. Pure Release - "I'll Know It's Love For Sure"
  10. Luther Davis Group - "You Can Be A Star"
  11. Marumo - "Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?"
  12. Splash - "Peacock"
  13. Gyedu Blay Ambolley - "Highlife"
  14. Harari - "Senyamo"
  15. Kaleidoscope - "Let Me Try"
  16. Elias Rahbani - "I Want To Be"
  17. Tokyo Academy Philharmonic Chorus Group - "Taharazaka"
  18. Cesar Roldao Vieira - "Ze Do Trem"
  19. Elias Rahbani - "Dance Of Maria"
  20. Galt MacDermot - "Coffee Cold"
Review: The crate-diggers behind the Mr Bongo label can usually be relied upon to showcase some seriously good tunes old and new. That's certainly the case on this third volume in their occasional "Record Club" series of compilations. Spanning sunshine soul, obscure samba, spacey jazz-funk experimentation, wide-eyed underground disco, fiery funk, weirdo rock, cheery South African bubblegum, synth-laden early '80s highlife, Ramsay Lewis style workouts and the psychedelic Middle Eastern disco-funk of Elias Rahbani, the compilation's 20 tracks are not only near faultless, but genuinely surprising and eye-opening. To quote a cliche, this collection genuinely is all killer and no filler.
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Gotta Take It Cool
Cat: MRBCD 210. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Lord We've Missed You
  2. System To Love
  3. Begging On Knees
  4. You've Got Yours Greedy Man
  5. Gotta Take It Cool
  6. Mondo Soul Funky
  7. Swinging Soul For Love
  8. Every Woman Needs A Helper
  9. Love Is What I Need
 in stock $14.45
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Estudando O Samba
Cat: MRBCD 190. Rel: 28 Mar 19
  1. Ma
  2. A Felicidade
  3. Toc (instrumental)
  4. To
  5. Vai (Menina Amanha De Manha)
  6. Ui! (Voce Inventa)
  7. Doi
  8. Mae (Mae Solteira)
  9. Hein?
  10. So (Solidao)
  11. Se
  12. Indice
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Celia
Celia (CD)
Cat: MRBCD 188. Rel: 16 Apr 19
  1. Blues
  2. No Clarao Da Lua
  3. Cheia Durango Kid
  4. David
  5. To Be
  6. Abrace Paul McCartney
  7. Pelo Teletipo
  8. Adeus Batucada
  9. Lennon - McCartney
  10. Zozoio - Como E Que E
  11. Fotograma
Review: In 1970, 23 year-old Brazilian vocalist Celia Cruz headed into the studio with legendary producer and arranger Arthur Verocai to record the first of four eponymous albums that would go on to become "MPB" classics. Here, Mr Bongo offers up a timely reissue of that highly regarded debut, a set that giddily flits between soaring, orchestrated samba-pop ("Cheia Durango Kid", "David"), sun-kissed ballads ("To Be"), tributes to the songwriting prowess of the Beatles (see "Abrace Paul McCartney", whose strings tip a wink to "Eleanor Rigby", and the brassy, up-tempo beat pop of "Lennon - McCartney") and carnival-ready workouts ("Fotograma").
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Simigwa (remastered)
Cat: MRBCD 175. Rel: 31 Oct 18
  1. Kwaakwaa
  2. Akoko Ba
  3. This Hustling World
  4. Toffie
  5. Adwoa
  6. Fa No Dem Ara
Review: 1975's "Simigwa" album not only launched the career of Afro-funk fusionist and eventual Highlife great Gyedu Blay Ambolley, but also inspired a Ghanaian dance craze. The album was co-produced by another Highlife great, Ebo Taylor, and has long been exceptionally hard to find on vinyl. For this official vinyl reissue on Mr Bongo, Ambolley's landmark set has been fully re-mastered for the very first time. It sounds spectacular, with great clarity on the ear-catching brass solos, serious weight to the bass and superb stereo separation. Highlights include - but certainly aren't limited to - the Afro-blues brilliance of "Toffie", the jaunty dancefloor fuzziness of "This Hustling World" and the heavyweight swing of ear-catching opener "Kwaakwaa".
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Timeless Classic Albums
DOL
Cat: DOLCD 0655. Rel: 24 Jul 20
  1. Fado Do Ciume
  2. Carmencita
  3. Barco Negro
  4. Troca De Olhares
  5. Sei Finalmente
  6. A Minha Cancao E Saudade
  7. Passei Por Voce
  8. A Tendinha
  9. As Penas
  10. Lisboa Nao Sejes Francesca
  11. Solidao
  12. Anjo Inutil
  13. Saudade Vai-te Embora
  14. Cabeca No Ombro
  15. Que Deus Me Perdoe
  16. Nao Quero Amar
  17. Lisboa A Noite
  18. Cansaco
  19. Foi Inten
  20. Cuidado Coracao
  21. Coma De Piedra
  22. Lar Portugues
  23. Aquela Rua
  24. Ava Maria Fadista
  25. Fado Amalia
  26. Que Deus Me Perdoe
  27. Corria Atras Das Cantigas
  28. Fado Malhoa
  29. Nao Sei Porque Te Foste Embora
  30. Uma Casa Portuguesa
  31. Coimbra
  32. Pentenera Portuguesa
  33. So A Noitinha
  34. Ojos Verdes
  35. Los Piconeros
  36. Sem Razao
  37. Sardinheiras
  38. Maria Da Cruz
  39. Perseguilcao
  40. O Namorico Da Rita
  41. Duas Luzes
  42. Ai Mouraria
  43. Lua, Luar
  44. Calunga
  45. Quem O Fado Calunia
  46. Fado Gingao
  47. Fado Da Madragoa
  48. Ole Mi Morena
  49. Barco Negro
  50. Guitarra Triste
  51. Uma Casa Portuguesa
  52. Lerele
  53. Aie, Mourir Pour Toi
  54. Coimbra
  55. Trepa No Coqueiro
  56. Lisboa Antiga
  57. Don Triqui Traque
 in stock $10.06
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Next Stop Soweto Vol 4: Zulu Rock, Afro Disco & Mbaqanga 1975-1985
VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 121CD. Rel: 19 Mar 15
  1. Kabasa - "Unga Pfula A Chi Pfalo"
  2. Elias Maluleke & Mavambe Girls - "Khombo Ranga"
  3. The Actions - "Kokro-Ko (Hide & Seek)"
  4. Almon Memela - "The Things We Do In Soweto"
  5. Marumo - "Khomo Tsaka Deile Kae?"
  6. TY Boys - "Lekopokopo Single Moqashoa"
  7. Saitana - "1,2,3"
  8. The Movers - "Soweto Disco"
  9. Abafana Bama Soul - "Masisizwane"
  10. Xoliso - "Manano"
  11. Damara - "Mmamakhabtha"
  12. Margaret Singane - "Ubukhwele"
  13. Harari - "Give"
  14. Isaac & The Sakie Special Band - "Get Down"
  15. The Drive - "Ain't Sittin' Down Doin' Nothing"
Review: For those interested in the development of black South African music during the height of the oppressive apartheid regime, Strut's excellent Next Stop Soweto series has always been essential listening. This fourth instalment is, unsurprisingly, another cracker, and is once again packed with high-grade material that perfectly showcases some of the best hybrids of Western rock, soul funk and disco with indigenous South African styles. Highlights are plentiful, and include the riotous dancefloor madness of The Movers' "Soweto Disco", the synthesizer-heavy wooziness of TY Boys, Xoliso's chunky stoner funk-rock, and the anthem-like, slap bass-propelled brilliance of Harari's "Give".
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New York Addis London: The Story Of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975
  1. Mulatu Astatke - "Yekermo Sew"
  2. Mulatu Astatke - "I Faram Gami I Faram"
  3. Mulatu Astatke - "Shagu"
  4. Mulatu Astatke - "Mulatu"
  5. Mulatu Astatke with Menelik Wossenatchew - "Fikratchin"
  6. Mulatu Astatke - "Yegelle Tezeta"
  7. Mulatu Astatke - "Asiyo Bellema"
  8. Mulatu Astatke - "Emnete"
  9. Mulatu Astatke with Tiahoun Gessesse - "Lanchi Biye"
  10. Mulatu Astatke - "Yefikir Tizita"
  11. Mulatu Astatke - "Yekatit"
  12. Mulatu Astatke with Seifu Yohannes - "Ebo Lala"
  13. Mulatu Astatke with Muluken Melesse - "Wubit"
  14. Mulatu Astatke - "Dewel"
  15. Mulatu Astatke - "Mascaram Setaba"
  16. Mulatu Astatke - "Girl From Addis Ababa"
  17. Mulatu Astatke - "Kasalefut Hulu"
  18. Mulatu Astatke - "Netsanet"
  19. Mulatu Astatke - "Ene Alantchie Alnorem"
  20. Mulatu Astatke - "Tezeta"
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Life Stories: Highlife & Afrobeat Classics 1973-1980
Cat: STRUT 072CD. Rel: 09 Apr 11
  1. Ebo Taylor - "Heaven"
  2. Ebo Taylor - "Atwer Abroba"
  3. Ebo Taylor - "Victory"
  4. Assase Ase - "Ohiani Sua Efir"
  5. Apagya Show Band - "Kwaku Ananse"
  6. Ebo Taylor - "Peace On Earth"
  7. Ebo Taylor - "Aba Yaa"
  8. Pat Thomas & Ebo Taylor - "Ene Nyame 'A' Mensuro"
  9. Apagya Show Band - "Tamfo Nyi Ekyir"
  10. Ebo Taylor - "Love & Death"
  11. Ebo Taylor - "Ohye Atar Gyan"
  12. Super Sounds Namba - "Yes Indeed"
  13. Apagya Show Band - "Mumude"
  14. Ebo Taylor - "What Is Life"
  15. CK Mann Big Band - "Etuei"
  16. Ebo Taylor & The Pelikans - "Egya Edu"
 in stock $16.29
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Cadence Revolution: Disques Debs International Vol 2 1973-1981
VARIOUS
Cat: STRUT 189CD. Rel: 14 Feb 20
  1. Super Combo - "Moin Domi Derho"
  2. Les Vikings - "Ambiance (Guhe Huiamo)"
  3. Typical Combo - "Piensalo Bien"
  4. Guadafrica Combo - "Moin Ce Roi Roi"
  5. Galaxy - "Disco Funk"
  6. Koumbit - "Lage Yo"
  7. Smoke - "Lina Femm' Foll"
  8. Les Rapaces - "Music Passe Partout"
  9. HWT Band - "Good Trip"
  10. Midnight Groovers - "Stranger" (Disques Debs version)
  11. Ti Celeste - "Moin Envie Danser On Belle Biguine"
  12. Bienveillance Abymienne - "Ti Jenes An Nou"
  13. Guy Conquette & Son Groupe - "Ping Pong"
  14. Edouard Benoit - "Mauve Chauffe"
  15. Rico Et Pi Yo - "Pas Coler La"
  16. Tabou N 2 - "Experience"
Review: In the summer of 2018, Strut offered up a compilation that mined the extensive back catalogue of Disques Debs International, a Guadeloupe-based label that showcased the finest music to come out of the French-speaking Caribbean between 1950 and 2000. While that set focused on material released between 1960 and '72, this belated sequel showcases cuts featured on Henri Debs' legendary imprint between 1973 and '81. The musical palette is therefore even brighter, breezier and more sun-kissed, offering up cuts that touch on mambo, rumba, Zouk, tropical disco, reggae and the kind of cross-cultural fusions that belie easy categorization. As you'd expect from Strut, the selections are spot on and the re-mastered sound superb. In other words, it's another must-have release from Quinton Scott's imprint.
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We No Be Machine
Cat: STRUT 217CD. Rel: 20 Mar 20
  1. We No Be Machine
  2. Mr Ali
  3. Yenimno
  4. Material Microdots
  5. Hey No I Say
  6. Digital Timeline
  7. Fire
  8. Makoma (feat Wiyaala)
  9. Smoke Screen
  10. Nipa Bi
  11. Free Up (feat Morena Leraba, Spoek Mathambo & Syntax)
  12. Safari Ya Muziki (feat Pendo & Leah Zawose)
  13. Gamashie Choice (feat Afla Sackey)
  14. Sohaa Gb3k3
  15. Waters Of Congo
  16. Onipa (feat Wiyaala)
  17. Kukuru
  18. Kon Kon Sa (feat Wiyaala)
  19. Promised Land (feat Jally Kebba Suso)
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Las Pale
Las Pale (CD)
Cat: STRUT 195CD. Rel: 30 Nov 18
  1. Las Pale
  2. Kwen Pe Ke Pe
  3. La Guadeloupe
  4. Mwen Ke Rive
  5. Gade
  6. Pou Lanmou
Review: Thanks to an upsurge in interest in zouk, the synthesizer-heavy tropical style that emerged from the French Antilles in the early 1980s, reissues of superb but hard to find gems from the style's original heyday are becoming increasingly popular. This one from Strut Records is a peach. Originally released in 1988, "Las Pale" is the sole album from Feeling Kreyol, a female trio from Guadeloupe assembled and produced by local studio buffs Darius Denon and Frankie Brumier. It remains a brilliantly effervescent and colourful set, with the trio adding strong and attractive to distinctively tropical drum machine rhythms, shimmering synths, kaleidoscopic melodies and jangling guitars. In other words, it's a giddy blast of electronic tropical brilliance. Don't sleep.
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 in stock $8.90
33
African Rhythms 1970-1982
Cat: STRUT 233CD. Rel: 17 Jul 20
  1. Oneness Of Juju - "African Rhythms" (album version)
  2. Oneness Of Juju - "Follow Me"
  3. Oneness Of Juju - "Space Jungle Funk"
  4. Juju & The Space Rangers - "Got To Be Right On It" (original 45 version)
  5. Okyerema Asante - "Sabi" (feat Plunky - Black Fire mix)
  6. Rhythms Timelessness (interlude)
  7. Roach Om - "No Name #3/Love Is/My N*Gg*R & Me"
  8. Oneness Of Juju - "West Wind" (previously unreleased)
  9. Juju - "Freedom Fighter"
  10. Oneness Of Juju - "Be About The Future"
  11. Oneness Of Juju - "Nooky"
  12. African Rhythms (interlude)
  13. Plunky & Oneness Of Juju - "Every Way But Loose" (original version)
  14. Oneness Of Juju - "Bootsie's Lament" (unreleased version)
  15. Oneness Of Juju - "Chants/Don't Give Up"
  16. Oneness Of Juju - "River Luv Rite"
  17. Plunky & Oneness Of Juju - "Higher"
  18. African Rhythms Chant (interlude)
  19. Juju - "Nairobi/Chants"
  20. Okyerema Asante - "Asante Sana" (feat Plunky)
  21. African Rhythms II (interlude)
  22. Juju & The Space Rangers - "Plastic" (original 45 version)
  23. Oneness Of Juju - "African Rhythms" (original 45 version - part 1)
  24. Oneness Of Juju - "Bootsie's Lament" (unreleased version)
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Sewele
Sewele (CD)
Cat: STRUT 202CD. Rel: 25 Jan 19
  1. Sewele
  2. Yabis
  3. Agbe'Ere De
  4. Late Aboderin
 in stock $10.08
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Afro Latin Soul Vols 1 & 2
Cat: STRUT 156CD. Rel: 20 Jul 18
  1. I Faram Gami I Faram
  2. Mascaram Setaba
  3. Shagu
  4. One For Buzayhew
  5. Alone In The Crowd
  6. Almaz
  7. Mulatu's Hideaway
  8. Askum
  9. A Kiss Before Dawn
  10. Playboy Cha Cha
  11. The Panther (Boogaloo)
  12. Konjit (Pretty)
  13. Soul Power
  14. Lover's Mambo
  15. Love Mood For Two
  16. Jijiger
  17. Girl From Addis Ababa
  18. Karayu
  19. Raina
Review: These days, Mulatu Astatke is widely considered to be the "Godfather of Ethiopian jazz". Yet when he recorded the two-part "Afro-Latin Soul" album in 1966, he'd just left music college in Boston. As this fine reissue proves, Astatke was years ahead of the game. While rooted in American jazz from the period, all 19 tracks (both albums have been compiled on to a single disc for this edition) draw heavily on Cuban jazz, in particular, as well as Ethiopian musical traditions. In truth, the latter aspect doesn't come through quite as strongly as you'd perhaps expect, though some of the album's highlights - the brilliant "Soul Power" in particular - draw more heavily on the percussive polyrhythms of Africa. Regardless, this is a superb set of forward-thinking global jazz that delivers high quality entertainment from start to finish.
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 in stock $8.83
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Pata Pata
Pata Pata (CD)
Cat: STRUT 180CD. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Pata Pata (mono)
  2. Ha Po Zamani (mono)
  3. What Is Love (mono)
  4. Maria Fulo (mono)
  5. Yetentu Tizaleny (mono)
  6. Click Song Number One (mono)
  7. Ring Bell, Ring Bell (mono)
  8. Jol'inkomo (mono)
  9. West Wind (mono)
  10. Saduva (mono)
  11. A Piece Of Ground (mono)
  12. Pata Pata
  13. Ha Po Zamani
  14. What Is Love
  15. Maria Fulo
  16. Yetentu Tizaleny
  17. Click Song Number One
  18. Ring Bell, Ring Bell
  19. Jol'inkomo
  20. West Wind
  21. Saduva
  22. A Piece Of Ground
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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Congo Revolution: Revolutionary & Evolutionary Sounds From The Two Congos 1955-62
  1. Brazzos Et Ok Jazz - "Cha Cha Cha Del Zombo"
  2. Brazzos Et Ok Jazz - "Tcha Tcha Tcha De Mi Amour"
  3. Essous Et Rock A Mambo - "Baila"
  4. Edo Et Ok Jazz - "Kumavula Tubakueto"
  5. Edo Et Ok Jazz - "Sois Sage Amour"
  6. Nino Et Rock A Mamb - "Allegria"
  7. Ritmo Vedette Jazz - "Ritmo Vedette Jazz"
  8. Franco Et Ok Jazz - "Tokeyi Kobina Calypso"
  9. Essous Et Orchestre Bantonu - "Luiza"
  10. Beguen Band - "Yo Me Moero"
  11. African Jazz - "Vive Patrice Lumumba"
  12. Dewayon Et Conga Jazz - "Na Lingi Na Ngai Kubala Te"
  13. Kongo Jazz - "La Belle Lucie Botayi"
  14. Grupo Ok Jazz - "Grupo Ok Jazz"
  15. Rock A Mambo - "Cherie Nini"
  16. African Jazz - "Flowers Of Luckness"
  17. African Jazz - "Merengue Nico"
  18. Rock A Mambo - "Les Voyeurs"
  19. Wendo Kolosoy Avec Beguen Band - "Marie Louise"
  20. African Jazz - "Ngonga Ebeti Independance"
  21. African Jazz - "MNC Uhuru"
Review: During the 1950s and early '60s, the peoples of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Republic of Congo were in the midst of a colossal struggle to gain independence from the European colonial masters. This provided a suitably fertile backdrop for a little known musical revolution, which was taking place in the two countries' clubs and live venues. The result was a distinctive and previously largely unheralded style called "Congolese rumba", which mixed elements of Latin, African and jazz music into a thrilling new sound. It's that sound that's celebrated here on one of Soul Jazz's most eyebrow raising - and, let's face it, interesting - compilations for some time. The music is largely inspired and infectious, while the lengthy accompanying booklet tells the story in vivid detail.
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APALA: Apala Groups In Nigeria 1967-70
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 440. Rel: 07 Feb 20
  1. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Ewure Ile Komoyi Ode"
  2. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Aboyin Ile"
  3. Rapheal Ajide & His Apala Group - "Adura Fun Osiwowo"
  4. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Orin To Mo Gbon Wa"
  5. RA Tikalosoro & His Group - "Agilinti Lomu"
  6. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "ABD Alawiye"
  7. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Asa Ko Gbodo Wole Gbeiyele"
  8. Adeleke Aremu & His Group - "Egbe Arowolo"
  9. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "Rufai Baolgun"
  10. RA Tikalosoro & His Group - "Kiniun Kuro Leran Amu Sere"
  11. Haruna Ishola & His Apala Group - "S Aka"
  12. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Lekele Bale"
  13. Kasumu Adio & His Apala Group - "Odale Ore"
  14. Ayisatu Alabi & Her Group - "Oko Lolomo"
  15. Jimoh Agbejo Bo Ogun & His Group - "Oriki Ibeji"
  16. Ayisatu Alabi & Her Group - "Omo Olobi"
  17. Rapheal Ajide & His Apala Group - "Orin Aje"
  18. Adebukonla Ajao & Her Group - "Sunday Babayemi"
Review: Having previously offered up compilations championing all manner of Nigerian styles of music (juju, highlife, Afrobeat and so on), Soul Jazz has now turned its attention to Apala: a style indigenous to the Yoruba people characterized by hypnotic rhythms, powerful drumming, nasal singing and extensive use of Agdigbo (a type of thumb piano). The 18 tracks showcased here (for the first time outside Nigeria, impressively) were all recorded and released by leading Apala groups between 1967 and 70. While there's some then contemporary production trickery added to a handful of tracks (mostly effects such as delay and reverb), for the most part what you get is the sort of infectious drumming and chanted group vocals that have been part of Yoruba culture for centuries.
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Ozobia Special
BBE
Cat: BBE 507ACD. Rel: 01 May 20
  1. Ozobia Special
  2. Ofu Obi (Onye Achuna Uwa Nike)
  3. Osula Nwa Eje Ubi Eje Oba
  4. Ije Eluwa
  5. Akwa Obi
  6. Egwu Oyoliba
Review: Amongst highlife enthusiasts, Nkem Njoku & Ozzobia Sound's sole album is regarded as something of a classic, not least because of its party-friendly take on "Igbo highlife", a sub-genre of the Ghanaian style that utilises traditional Ogene 6/8 bell rhythms. The album's six tracks are infectious and wholeheartedly positive, with the assembled band - which included John Kante on guitar, a full horn section of boogie-era highlife keyboard maestro Jake Sollo - delivering instrumental backing tracks that ripple with colourful motifs, killer grooves and more than a hint of gospel righteousness. The title is certainly fitting, because it's a very special album indeed.
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Eze Nri Royal Drummers Vol 1
BBE
Cat: BBE 506ACD. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Eze Na Aga
  2. Nrijiofor II
  3. Okanga Eze-Nri I
  4. Okanga Eze-Nri II
  5. Ochawaligwe
  6. Ufie Nnam Eze I
  7. Igwe Tabansi Ogbuzulu
Review: This year BBE will be offering up plenty of funk, soul and boogie gems from the vast vaults of Nigerian label Tabanisi Records. This, though, is an altogether different beast: a new pressing of a barely known 1986 recording of the investiture ceremony of an Eze-Nri king - a ritual that has sporadically been carried out by members of the Nri Kingdom for well over a thousand years (and possibly even longer). It makes for fascinating listening and consists of little more than infectious drum rhythms, occasional chants, and occasional hypnotic melodies played on a hand-made wooden flute. The music itself is highly rhythmic - as you'd expect - and rooted in traditions that could well pre-date Christianity.
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Taitu: Soul Fuelled Stompers From 1960s-1970s Ethiopia
BBE
Cat: BBE 369CCD. Rel: 16 Feb 18
  1. Mulatu Astatke - "Emnete" (Ethiopian Stompers)
  2. Teshome Meteku - "Hasabe"
  3. Birkineh Wurga - "Alkedashim"
  4. Selomon Shibeshi - "Endiet Zenegashiw"
  5. Alemayehu Eshete - "Chiro Adarie Negne"
  6. Hirut Bekele - "Ewnetegna Feker"
  7. Bezunesh Bekele & Body Guard Band - "Felagote"
  8. Alemayehu Eshete - "Mekeyershene Salawke"
  9. Tilahun Gessesse - "Aykedashim Libe"
  10. Merawi Yohannis - "Teleyeshign"
  11. Hirut Bekele & Alemayehu Eshete - "Temeles"
  12. Seifu Yohannes - "Ebo Lala" (Ethiopian Clappers & More)
  13. Bezunesh Bekele - "Aha Gedawo"
  14. Alemayehu Borobor - "Yeshebelewa"
  15. Seifu Yohannes - "Mela Mela"
  16. Tilahun Gessesse - "Sigibgib Joroye"
  17. Alemayehu Eshete - "Gizew Honeshyna"
  18. Getatchew Kassa - "Fikrishin Eshaleyu"
  19. Hirut Bekele - "Almokerkum Nebere"
  20. Muluken Melesse - "Alagegnhwatem"
  21. Menelik Wossenachew - "Tezeta"
  22. Tamrat Molla - "Ene Yewodedquat"
Review: Over the last decade, Lebanese DJ and traveling crate-digger has developed an obsession with the "golden age" of Ethiopian music in the late '60s and 1970s. Back then, Ethopian musicians developed a distinctive "Ethio" style that drew influences from a myriad of black American styles - most notably funk, soul, jazz, rhythm and blues, boogaloo and rock & roll - whilst remaining home-grown and East African in feel. To prove the dancefloor-slaying potential of some of these raw, fuzzy and thrill-packed gems, Chahaud has joined forces with BBE to deliver this fine 22-track set. There's not enough space to list all of the highlights, but suffice to say it will appeal to all those who enjoy heavy, funk-fuelled hybrids of East African, Arabic and black American music.
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Ewondo Rythm
BBE
Cat: BBE 541ACD. Rel: 08 Jul 19
  1. Beza Bakili Ma Nyon
  2. Muoe Dzam
  3. Meveg
  4. Longe La Wenge
  5. Wonderful For Ashawo
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Disco Soccer
BBE
Cat: BBE 587ACD. Rel: 15 Oct 19
  1. Kokosi
  2. I'm Ready
  3. Feed My Body
  4. It's What's Happening
  5. Hard Times
  6. Born With Music
  7. African Hustle
  8. Kinyi Ai Kawali
  9. Adesa A
  10. Minyo
  11. Games We Used To Play
Review: BBE continue to explore the little-known catalogue of Ghanaian athlete-turned-musician Sidiku Buari, whose West African style takes on disco and boogie made him a surprise star on the New York underground in the late 1970s. Here they offer up a fresh pressing of "Disco Soccer", a brilliantly vibrant and over-the-top set of NYC disco floor-fillers that's been stretched out across two slabs of wax (the original album was a single LP) to ensure a more dancefloor-friendly cut. Highlights include the bass-heavy, Moog-laden hustle of "I'm Ready", the Patrick Adams-esque brilliance of "Hard Times", the intoxicating, high-octane thrills of "African Hustle" and the pitched-down sweetness of "Games We Used To Play".
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Palaver
Palaver (CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 511ACD. Rel: 10 Sep 19
  1. Palaver
  2. Make You No Mind
  3. Abebrese
  4. Help Africa
  5. Nyame Dadaw
Review: The dusty-fingered diggers behind the BBE label have a reputation for unearthing obscure or unreleased gems, though we doubt that they've previously discovered anything quite as significant as this. Ebo Taylor, the undisputed king of Ghanaian "funky-highlife", recorded "Palaver" with his touring band way back in 1980, but for reasons the man himself can't even remember, Nigerian imprint Tabansi Records never got round to releasing it. That remains an odd decision, because "Palaver" shows Taylor at his very best, with the sax and trumpet-laden brilliance of "Make You No Mind" and the righteous, Afrobeat-influenced highlife brilliance of "Help Africa" being every bit as potent as the Ghanaian's most revered work.
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 in stock $12.50
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Dytomite Starlite Band Of Ghana
  1. Amanfoo
  2. Nya Asem Hwe
  3. I No Go Marry
  4. Anomakoro
  5. Obaa Mansa
  6. Meye Meho Ayie
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Feelings/Jam Busters
BBE
Cat: BBE 583ACD. Rel: 17 Sep 19
  1. Music
  2. Feelings
  3. Anokwar (Truth)
  4. Yayo Papa (Good Friend)
  5. Let's Go Funky Town
  6. Minsumobo
  7. Sophisticated Jammer
  8. Karambani
  9. Power To My People
  10. Rhythm Of Africa
Review: Recorded in 1983 and '84 respectively, "Feelings" and "Sidiku Buari & His Jam Busters" were the last albums recorded by Sidiku Buari, a New York based musician who turned to music after a promising career as an athlete in his native Ghana. He initially rose to prominence making highlife and afro-disco, but by the early '80s Sidiku was in full-on Afro-boogie and electrofunk mode, offering up tracks rich in colourful synthesizer lines, punchy electronic drums and righteous vocals in his native tongue. There's much to set the pulse racing across both slabs of wax, from the squelchy, club-ready brilliance of "Music" and "Anokwar (Truth)", to the slap bass propelled flex of "Minsumobo", dub disco grooves of "Karambani" and flute-laden breeziness of "Rhythm Of Africa".
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Mosese
Mosese (CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 546ACD. Rel: 18 Oct 19
  1. Dadavi Pitie
  2. Tshina Dekula
  3. Mosese
  4. Meaculpa Mawewe
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Tabansi Sampler
VARIOUS
Tabansi Sampler (unmixed CD)
BBE
Cat: BBE 592CCD. Rel: 28 Aug 19
  1. Ebo Taylor - "Make You No Mind"
  2. Zeal Onyia - "Zeal Anata"
  3. Nkono Teles - "Love Vibration"
  4. Ojo Balingo - "Oba Mimo Olorun Ayo"
  5. The Mandators - "Looking Out For You"
  6. Lumingu Puati (Zorro) - "Tshina Dekula"
  7. Dytomite Starlite Band Of Ghana - "Amanfoo"
  8. Eric Kol - "You're My Solution"
  9. Zack And Geebah - "For The Love Of Money"
  10. Tony Sarfo & His Funki Afrosibi - "Super Star"
  11. Ben Jagga - "Hold On Pretty Woman"
  12. Ondigui & Bota Tabansi International - "Wonderful For Ashawo"
  13. Victor Chukwu - "Wonderful For Ashawo"
Review: Over the next couple of years, BBE is going to reissue more than 60 titles from the epic back catalogue of leading Nigerian independent label Tabansi Records. To wet appetites, the label has decided to offer up this deliberately eclectic sampler. It focuses on music recorded and released in the 1970s and 80s, giddily dancing between highlife, Afrobeat, funk, soul, disco, rumba and soukous. There's tons to get excited about, including Ebo Taylor's previously unreleased Afrobeat/highlife fusion jam "Make You No Mind", the synthesizer-driven deep boogie flex of Nkono Teles' "Love Vibration", the highlife/juju flex of Victor Chukwu's "Wonderful For Ashawo" and the horn-tooting cheeriness of Zack And Geebah's "For The Love Of Money".
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Afrotunes: Best Of Juju Vol II
BBE
Cat: BBE 494ACD. Rel: 26 Jun 19
  1. Oba Mimo Olorun Ayo
  2. Ayo Igbala Ni Mofe
  3. Gbede Lonro Koko Lagbala
  4. Mrs Titilayo Martins
  5. Igbe Eiye Oloburo
  6. Jide Babalola & Bayo Babalola
  7. Soji Oyebade & Sola Kolawole
  8. Ile Aiye Ile Ese Ile Aiye Ogun
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Revolution: Live Disco Show In New York City
BBE
Cat: BBE 612ACD. Rel: 29 Jan 20
  1. Keep The Rhythm Going
  2. Ofey Karambani
  3. This Is Music
  4. Disco Soccer
  5. Revolution
  6. Together We Can Rebuild It (Ghana Motherland)
  7. Merry X'mas N' Happy New Year
  8. Happy Birthday
Review: To conclude their must-have series of reissues of disco-era albums by NYC-based Ghanain Sidiku Buari, BBE Music offers up a freshly re-mastered edition of 1979's "Revolution (Live Disco Show In New York City)". Whether or not the first four tracks were genuinely recorded at a "disco show" - even BBE doesn't know for sure - they certainly sound like straight-to-tape performances that brilliantly mix and match elements of Afrobeat, Juju, disco and heavy funk. The second half of the set was definitely recorded in a studio and includes cuts either closer in style to Ghanaian popular music of the period ("Revolution") or that fuse Buaki's usual sound with different influences (see the clear reggae influences of "Together We Can Rebuild It (Ghana Motherland)" and the quirky "Merry Xmas & Happy New Year").
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