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Ann Peebles come to mama

Come To Mama
By Ann Peebles
1975 / Hi Records
One of her best tunes, produced by the mighty Willie Mitchell in 1974 with the Memphis Strings...

 
 
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luiz da muriçoca

Ossaim
By Luiz Da Muriçoca
1968 / Musicolor
Look at the artwork : you see all the symbols of the syncretism from Bahia… Listen this song and you will hear the roots of samba.

 
 
 
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Les Mogols Danses et Rythmes de la Turquie

Sunset In Golden Horn
By Les Mogols
1968 / Concert Hall
Two years after its creation, the turkish band obtained with this record the prestigious Grand Prix Charles-Cros, as Jimi Hendrix did before them. Amazing meeting of anatolian folk and western psych pop!

 
 
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Yusef Lateef Latitude Longitude

Bishop School
By Yusef Lateef's Detroit
1969/Atlantic
Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Eric Gale… For his third record on Atlantic, the sax player meets a funk dream team. Respect to the producer Joel Dorn who had this amazing idea.

 
 
 
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soutien-a-la-raf-heldon

ODB
By Heldon
1975 / Souffle Continu Records (2014)
The B-side of the 7" titled : Soutien à la RAF (Red Army Faction, as the Bader-Meinhof Blues on the other side). ODB, for Omar Diop Blondin, a west african intellectual who died in a Gorée jail in Senegal. Super dope cosmic prog rock tune that sounds like nothing else.

 
 
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gregoryjamesedition

Ain’t No Sunshine
By Gregory James Edition
1972/ Dakar
Way ahead of his time rare groove classic that’s still sounds fresh, without a doubt the best instrumental version ever of Bill Withers masterpiece.

 

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reflections

Inner City Blues (Poem : The Siege Of New-Orleans)
By Gil Scott-Heron
1981/Arista
One of Marvin’s best tune became a GSH instant classic... Magic!


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