Dig of the week

Toulati Amanna : Ya Ghaghe O Margui
Very unusual Moroccan SP using organ and electric guitar while still in a traditional mood with a kind of Ethiopic vibe! Obscure as it gets!

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Dig of the week

Nick Carr: Swahili
The basement dig is once again one of those you put away years ago because it looked bad and you didn’t want to bother. This cheap looking Greek record is however full of surprises. Best...

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Dig of the week

The Workshop: Kingsley’s Tune
Splendid modal beauty at this rare hybrid LP (1972) from Jeff Resnick and friends mixing jazz and folk influences! Only our second copy ever (thanks to a friend and customer) of true rarity out at...

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Dig of the week

The Wynn Sisters : Every Day Is A New Day
Was trading some classic US soul LP last week with an old collector and got this gospel modern soul banger together in the trade! Played it a bit later and just could not believe this...

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Dig of the week

Bill Loko: Dipita
Cameroon collection part 2: the Disco bomb by Bill Loko is an instant winner up there with the best Eko tracks. Surprisingly hard to find album featuring Claude Vamur on drums.

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Dig of the week

Dee Nasty: Paname City Rappin'
Here’s one we thought we would never find. Until recently we didn’t even know it existed. French Hip Hop legend Dee Nasty delivering the goods on this incredible Boogie Rap UFO (“Metro Scratch”) from 1983...

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Don’t Give Up Your Fight
By Dry And Heavy
1998/Beat Records
Very pleasant dub LP from Japan!


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