Dig of the week

Takeshi Inomata: Morning After
Astonishing new japanese jazz discovery: totally killer Yamaha Synth based Library style stormer mixing traditional japanese sounds, heavy! Published on Toshiba Jap late 70s…

Takeshi Inomata when we were sixteen
Takeshi Inomata when we were sixteen_back

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Henri Guedon: Son Tamboo La
One friend sold us his collection in Guadeloupe and what a surprise! One of the rarest Guedon single (1971/UTIPIC 001), a great cover of “Son Tamboo La”, Guedon classic tune!

Guedon Front
Guedon Back

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Daniel Wescott: Old Testament
From one of our fellow digger’s, we get this amazing piece (1980/Auvidis) of modern synth and drums breakbeat! Weird and funky at the same time, way ahead of his time! Check this track “Chapitre 3:...

old testament front
old testament back

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Kaoguiamo : Steh Auf Sklave!
Fantastic song of politically-engaged Bissau/Cabo Verde folk in tribute to independence hero Amilcar Cabral. This is the Abel Lima’s first recording. Super rare record pressed in Germany found recently in world music collection, as rare...

Abel Lima Amilca Cabral_front
Abel Lima Amilca Cabral_back

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Les Maxels : Conférence Antillaise
Extremely rare early release on Emeraude GPE108 which probably never got a commercial release, like this killer uptempo biguine with raw sound and massive horns.


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McKEnzie and Gardiner weve got to make it right

We’ve Got To Make It Right
By McKenzie & Gardiner
80s UK Boogie bomb remained unreleased until 2014.

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