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Yehudi Menuhin/Narayanaswami/Menon/RaghuClassical Indian Music ... LP
London, Early 60s. Sealed ... $19.99
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(Sealed stereo pressing, with blue back.)

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Saburo Iida/Philharmony OrchestraFantasy – Bali, Ceylon, & Pakistan ... LP
London, Mid 60s. Sealed ... $9.99
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New Manu DibangoAmbassador ... LP
Mango, 1981. Very Good+ ... $9.99
A slightly confused effort from Manu Dibango's later years – sessions recorded in Paris, London, New York, and Kingston – which must have cost Island Records a bundle! There's an attempt here to change up Manu's groove a bit – one that brings a fair bit of reggae into the mix in place of Afro Funk, and which also goes for other looser tropical touches on other tunes. A number of tracks have backing vocals – by singers that include Gwen Guthrie and Ullanda McCullough – but the main focus is still on Manu's choppy saxes. Titles include "Happy Feeling", "Choc N Soul", "Night Jet", "Kumbale Style", and "Cava Chouia". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousTisheh O Risheh – Funk, Psychedelia, & Pop From The Iranian Pre-Revolution Generation ... LP
Pharaway Sounds (Spain), Mid 70s. Sealed 2LP ... $19.99
Amazing sounds from the pre-Ayatollah years in Iran – an incredible blend of different global influences, coming together in the sort of sound you'd expect from one of the most progressive scenes in the Mid-East! The work here has some of the same psych elements of Turkish work from the time – but also borrows lots from other sources too – including elements of Bollywood grooves from India, heavy funk from the US, and even some of the more inventive post-colonial sounds from London and Paris! Vocals are almost never in English, but the song structures create a really universal feel to the music – a transcendent sound that's documented perfectly by the selections in this well-done set. Titles include "Asal" by Sattar, "Eshghe To" by Gita, "Dele Khoshbavar" by Shohre Soltai, "Asheghi Ham Hadi Dare" by Shahram, "Pichak" by Nooshafarin, "Tishe O Risheh" by Amir Rassaie, and "Yek Roose Taazeh" by Neli. LP, Vinyl record album

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New Eddie QuansahAwo Awo ... LP
Mango, Mid 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the many Afro soul records to come out of the Island studios in London during the 70's, and a set of tracks led by percussionist/horn player Eddie Quansah. The set's got some nice electric piano and bass, which open up the African percussion sound a bit, and the tracks include "Kpanlogo", "Make The Best Of What You've Got", "My Star Will Shine", "I Dey", and "Awo Awo". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 
 



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