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Léve Léve : Sao Tomé & Principe Sounds 70s-80s Vol.1

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Comes with a 38 pages bookletThe two Portuguese-speaking African islands of Sao Tomé & Principe, located in the Gulf of Guinea, created an unique music called Puxa : a refined mixture of various musical components from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. A blend of Semba, Merengue, Kompas, Soukouss, Coladeira patterns, often pushing forward with a voodoo-like energy, solid bass lines, delicate melodies and backing harmonies of the rich Sao Tomean melodic traditions. Very first compilation focusing on the golden age of these island’s sounds, the 16 tracks selected will surely set fire on all dance floors

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1. Africa Negra - Mino Bo Be Quacueda
2. Africa Negra - Zimbabwe
3. Sangazuza - Sun Male
4. Os Untues - Chi Bo Sa Migu Di Vede
Side 2
1. Sum Alvarinho - M'konveta Dedo
2. Conjunto Equador - Mado
3. Tiny Das Neves - Cladenco Pade Cluco
4. Conjunto Mindelo - Taji Ocedo
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1. Africa Negra - Aninha
2. Pedro Lima - Nga Ba Compensadora
3. Sangazuza - Corticao
4. Os Untues - Piquina Piquina
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1. Conjunto Equador - Meu Dy Ploco
2. Sum Alvarinho - Tola Muandgi
3. Pedro Lima E Conjunto Os Leonenses - Esatela Licu
4. Agrupamento Da Ilha - Bo Gosa Di So Txi

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Disco Demands Part 6

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1. Ava Cherry - You Never Loved Me (Al Kent edit)
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1. King Sporty & The Root Rockers - Fire Keep On Burning (Al Kent edit)
2. George McCrae - Givin' Back The Feeling (Al Kent edit)
Side 3
1. Tangerue - Doin' Your Own Thing (Al Kent edit)
Side 4
1. Jo Bisso - I Wanna Love (Al Kent edit)
2. JD Hall - Wonder Woman (Al Kent edit)
Side 5
1. Grupo Macho - San Salvador (Al Kent edit)
Side 6
1. Phillip & Lloyd - Keep On Moving (Al Kent edit)
2. Southroad Connection - You Like It, We Love It (Al Kent edit)

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75020 EP

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1. Groove Boys Project - Ligne Express
2. MLM - Ishoua Dans Belleville
Side 2
1. Pasta Moole - Gambettaz
2. Souffle Caramel - A Journey In Menilmontant

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Partie Remise

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1. LDM & Crystal - Petit Printemps
2. LBTQ & Chevals - Lasagnes Indus
3. Lananas - Bubble Bass
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1. Naranja & Gems Copy - O Paraiso
2. Bouchon - Fairytale 99

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Nebula

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1. Knuckle G - Late Night Walk
2. Le Hutin - Al Dente
3. Chinau - I've Been Doing My Own Thing
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1. Vanderkraft - Ca Pointe
2. BK Mik - Since She's Mine
3. Thirsty Guys - Deep Sensations

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Pelican Disco

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Honey Butter calls out to friends from far and wide in order to make their Pelican Disco dreams come true.The 5 tracker ranges from jovial jazz & disco delights to downright machine stomp.

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1. Lucas Welle - By All Means
2. Just Baker - Dreamin
3. Iamalex - In Love With You Girl
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1. Tilman & Will Buck - Untitled Island
2. Jad & The - Phife Tip

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Virgin Ubiquity: Unreleased Recordings 1976-1981

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1. Boogie Down
2. What's The T
3. I Really Love You
Side 2
1. Oh What A Lovely Feeling
2. Sugar
3. Mystery Of Love
Side 3
1. Green & Gold
2. Brand New Feeling
3. I Did It In Seattle
Side 4
1. Mystic Voyage
2. I Just Wanna Give It Up
3. Together Forever
4. I Am Your Mind

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French Disco Boogie Sounds Vol 4: 1977-1991

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The motor hasn’t had time to cool down and the belt drive is feeling the fatigue. But Charles Maurice is the kind of DJ who just can’t let a turntable rest. After steaming up the slipmat with three sexy compilations of French Boogie, Charles Maurice is back with Volume 4.In the late 70s and early 80s, while France was still firmly tuned into variety-show pop, a few enlightened ears and souls picked up the hypnotic beat of funk from across the Atlantic. These first warrior monks spread the good word in discotheques, jumped on newly available frequencies to fill the airwaves and, in some cases, took up instruments themselves to unabashedly build on the U.S. model.In a short decade stretching from the late 70s to the late 80s – just a blip on the scale of music history – they turned out material in abundance. Lush productions with colorful covers, groovy typeface and creative photo shoots…But first and foremost, they made music weaned on, spoon-fed and imbued with funk. Music defined by a groove with a robotic beat (Djeneba) that clearly hears hip-hop banging on the door, where layers of synthesizers, handclaps (Eric Chotteau), horns and African percussion line up and follow the all-powerful lead of the swelling slap bass (Cyrill). Music that tells everyday stories, both humorous and lovelorn (Serge Delisle), and often packed with pheromones just waiting to be released on the dance floor or sofa (Chris O’Hara). Shaped by synthetic textures, these productions are also spiced with Caribbean and Creole arrangements that reflect the West Indies’ critical contribution to French Boogie (Wai Kop, Acayouman).With his immaculate tailoring, slicked back hair and clipped moustache, Charles Maurice has once again transformed himself into a HiFi stylus to explore the groove traced by this specifically French musical style. From 45 to 33 rpm, he has traveled the black spiral to bring us a new selection that proudly features a number of rarely heard pieces and even an unreleased track by Marco Attali. True to form, Monsieur Charles carefully crafted this fourth volume from his personal collection of impeccably restored and mastered vinyl recordings.Charles Maurice, where French elegance meets uncompromising musical taste.

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1. Dwight Druick - Georgy Porgy (Disco version)
2. Marco Attali - J'ai Pris Une Claque (previously unreleased)
3. Serge Delisle - Germaine (remix)
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1. Wai Kop - Lola
2. Chris O'Hara - Sur Les Coussins De La Discotheque
3. Acayouman - Funk Around
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1. Djeneba - Better Day (Hard Soul mix)
2. David Simon - Transistor (instrumental)
3. Marco Attali - La Releve Du Matin (instrumental)
Side 4
1. Shen & Les Shendys - Je Ne Suis Que Musique
2. Eric Chotteau - Affirmatif-Negatif
3. Cyrill - Night Ghetto
4. Aries - Aries

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Mogadisco: Dancing Mogadishu: Somalia 1972-1991

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After being blown away by a few tunes - probably just as you will be after listening to this - Samy Ben Redjeb travelled to the infamous capital city of Somalia in November of 2016, making Analog Africa the first music label to set foot in Mogadishu.On his arrival in Somalia Samy began rifling through piles of cassettes and listening to reel-to-reel tapes in the dusty archives of Radio Mogadishu, looking for music that 'swam against the current'.The stars were aligned: an uncovered and unmarked pile of discarded recordings was discovered in a cluttered corner of the building. Colonel Abshir - the senior employee and protector of Radio Mogadishu's archives - clarified that the pile consisted mostly of music nobody had manage to identify, or music he described as being 'mainly instrumental and strange music'. At the words 'strange music' Samy was hooked, the return flight to Tunisia was cancelled.The pile turned out to be a cornucopia of different sounds: radio jingles, background music, interludes for radio programmes, television shows and theatre plays. There were also a good number of disco tunes, some had been stripped of their lyrics, the interesting parts had been recorded multiple times then cut, taped together and spliced into a long groovy instrumental loop. Over the next three weeks, often in watermelon-, grapefruit-juice and shisha-fuelled night-time sessions behind the fortified walls of Radio Mogadishu, Samy and the archive staff put together Mogadisco: Dancing Mogadishu, 1974-1991.Like everywhere in Africa during the 1970s, both men and women sported huge afros, bell-bottom trousers and platform shoes. James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and The Temptations' funk were the talk of the town.In 1977, Iftin Band were invited to perform at the Festac festival in Lagos where they represented Somalia at the Second World Black and African Festival of Arts and Culture. Not only did they come back with an award but they also returned with Afrobeat. At the same time Bob Marley was busy kick-starting reggae-mania in Somalia, which became such a phenomenon that even the police and military bands began playing it. Some say that it was adopted so quickly because of the strong similarities with the traditional beat from the western region of Somalia, called Dhaanto.But then suddenly the trousers got tighter as the disco tsunami hit the country. Michael Jackson appeared with a new sound that would revolutionise Somalia's live music scene. You couldn't walk the streets of Mogadishu without seeing kids trying to moonwalk.'Somalia had several nightclubs and although most use DJs to play records, some hotels like Jubba, Al-Uruba and Al Jazeera showcased live bands such as Iftin and Shareero' - so ran a quote from a 1981 article about the explosion of Mogadishu's live music scene. The venues mentioned in that article were the luxury hotels that had been built to cover the growing demands of the tourist industry.Mogadisco was not Analog Africa's easiest project. Tracking down the musicians - often in exile in the diaspora - to interview them and gather anecdotes of golden-era Mogadishu has been an undertaking that took three years. Tales of Dur-Dur Band's kidnapping, movie soundtracks recorded in the basements of hotels, musicians getting electrocuted on stage, others jumping from one band to another under dramatic circumstances, and soul singers competing against each other, are all stories included in the massive booklet that accompanies the compilation - adorned with no less then 50 pictures from the '70s and '80s.As Colonel Abshir Hashi Ali, chief don at the Radio Mogadishu archive - someone who once wrestled a bomber wielding an unpinned hand-grenade to the floor - put it: 'I have dedicated my life to this place. I'm doing this so it can get to the next generation; so that the culture, the heritage and the songs of Somalia don't disappear.'

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1. Dur Dur Band - Daraadaa Muxibo
2. Omar Shoolil - Hab Isii
3. Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - Check Up My Head
Side 2
1. Bakaka Band - Geesiyada Halgamayow
2. Fadumo Qassim & Waaberi Band - Waa Kaa Helaa
3. Iftin Band - Sirmaqabe
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1. Mukhtar Ramadan Idii - Baayo
2. Ahmed Shimaali & Ahmed Sharif "Killer" - Hoobeya
3. Dur Dur Band - Shaleedayaa
Side 4
1. Dur Dur Band - Ladaney
2. Bakaka Band - Gobonimada Jira
3. Iftin Band - Ii Ooy Aniga

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Spiritual Jazz

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'Esoteric, modal and deep jazz from the undergound, 1968-77'Jazzman Records presents the sound of the unsung musicians who – in the midst of the Vietnam War and the fallout of the Civil Rights struggle – created some of the most beautiful Spiritual and meditative music of the era.Sometimes funky, sometimes mellow, but always trying to say something about the world in which we live.Existing completely under the critical radar and largely ignored or unknown by music fans and critics alike, most of the musicians featured in this album won't be familiar to even the most seasoned aficionado. Their records, frequently turned down by distributors and record stores, saw little attention when first released - and have seen even less since. But in this era of musical apathy, where so many music junkies look to the past for their musical fix, we have re-discovered hidden, obscure and esoteric jazz musicians who looked to the four corners of the earth - and beyond - for inspiration. Here we evaluate Spiritual Jazz€“ music that is a snapshot of the era after Coltrane, a time which saw the evolution of an underground jazz that spoke about the reform of the soul, the reform of the spirit, and the reform of society: a music which was local and international at once, which was a personal journey and a political statement, and which was religious and secular in one non-contradictory breath.The music on this album reflects the social and historical forces at work during the closedown of the '60s dream; music made by close-knit collectives and individual visionaries, by prisoners and eccentrics, by mystics and political radicals. It includes music by acknowledged masters, and moments of brilliance by unsung figures known to us from just one or two recordings. It is the jazz music of America in the age of civil rights, brutal repression, political assassination and war; a music that would guarantee the survival of the spiritual dimension in a society that was angry and traumatized, but nevertheless had seen hope of better days to come. Soul jazz; Black jazz; Spiritual jazz.Remastered limited 2019 repress due to overwhelming demand that has seen the price of the original issue from 2008 tip the scales to over £100 on the secondhand vinyl market

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1. James Tatum Trio Plus - Introduction
2. Lloyd Miller - Gol-E Gandom
3. Morris Wilson Beau Bailey Qunitet - Paul's Ark
4. Mor Thiam - Ayo Ayo Nene
Side 2
1. Ndikho Xaba & The Natives - Nomusa
2. The Positive Force - The Afrikan In Winter (with Ade Olatunji)
3. Salah Ragab & The Cairo Jazz Band - Neveen
Side 3
1. The Frank Derrick Total Experience - No Jive
2. Hastings Street Jazz Experience - Ja Mil
3. Ronnie Boykins - The Will, Is Now
Side 4
1. Leon Gardner - Be There
2. Ohio Penitentiary 511 Jazz Ensemble - Pysch City

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