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Baligh Hamdi: Love Story
What a surprise, great online find! Recorded in the 1970’s on Artistes Arabes Associés label, this is one the Egyptian composer’s best. Check ‘The Wanderer’…


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Massako: En Verve
Very good track taken from this rare early 80s LP by Orchestra Massako from Gabon & composed by Amara Toure (vocal). A nice find in the “Zouk” section of a small Parisian store…

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La Perfecta
Now this is one of the most incredible finds from recent years as far as we are concerned : one of the hottest tropical spins ever on a 45! Have you ever seen this? The...


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Pascal Bony et ses Cantadors de la capitale
Super deep tune (“Année de la femme”!), wild rhythm from Ivory Coast (EMI/Pathé 1977). Unique style! Found recently in small parisian shop…

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L'Immortel jazz des jeunes
We like to go digging west indies, because each time we found pure gems, like this fantastic heavy-sounding uptempo Haitian Compas from 1976 on this rare LP. Eternal..

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Ghalia et El Oujdi: Maniche Mana
Deep algerian (Sétif) tune from Ghalia et El Oujdi released on French label Chandor, found in french “brocante”!

Ghalia Front
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Coffee Cold
By Galt McDermot And His Mid Manhattan Rhythm Section
Mainly known as the ‘Hair’ musical composer, Galt McDermot had a cult status amongst record diggers! Once you heard this tune you’ll understand why!

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