Dig of the week

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:...

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Dig of the week

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...

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Dig of the week

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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Dig of the week

Kenny Cox Quintet : Introducing
Piano player Kenny Cox, who will later found the mythic Strata label, made 2 superb LP’s at Blue Note, but, for obscure reasons, those records have long time been considered as minor in the catalog!...

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Dig of the week

Canto De Ossanha
Still a real pleasure when it comes to a good record you never heard before! We found 2 copys of this French self-produced psych bossa jazz LP recently, and their version of Baden Powell classic...

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BRO VALENTINO – STAY UP ZIMBABWE
1978 / Taurus Music

Irresistible soca groover from Trinidad, reissued by Analog Africa Recently.


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