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    There isn’t a Pere Ubu recording you can imagine living without. The Modern Dance remains the essential Ubu purchase (as does the follow-up, Dub Housing). For sure, Mercury had no idea what they had on their hands when they released this as part of their punk rock offshoot label Blank, but it remains a classic slice of art-punk. It announces itself quite boldly: the first sound you hear is a painfully high-pitched whine of feedback, but then Tom Herman’s postmodern Chuck Berry riffing kicks off the brilliant “Non-Alignment Pact,” and you soon realize that this is punk rock unlike any you’ve ever heard. David Thomas’ caterwauling is funny and moving, Scott Krauss (drums) and Tony Maimone (bass) are one of the great unheralded rhythm sections in all of rock, and the “difficult” tracks like “Street Waves,” “Chinese Radiation,” and the terrifying “Humor Me” are revelatory, and way ahead of their time. The Modern Dance is the signature sound of the avant-garage: art rock, punk rock, and garage rock mixing together joyously and fearlessly.


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    This is Jason’s eighth release as a band leader first in seven years.Jason Ricci is an amazing song writer, entertainer and innovator of the blues harmonica (and beyond) but this CD is about Jason and his great New Orleans band, The Bad Kind. The new material further showcases the growth of their incredible talents. This new recording is going to smash any preconceived notions of genre boundaries. I don’t think they’ve come up with a name for the music these cats make. Just call it Jason Ricci & the Bad Kind.


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    The most immediately shocking thing about Shirley Collins’ seventh album is that it exists at all. Collins may be one of the folk revival’s most revered song collectors and vocalists, but for more than 30 years she was famous for not singing at all. She last released a new album in 1978, by which point her voice was already, she claimed, “letting her down” in the wake of a messy split from her husband, fellow musician Ashley Hutchings. “My voice got damaged, my ego got damaged, and my heart and everything,” she said, years later. “And I stopped being able to sing.”

    The same year, during a performance of Lark Rise at the National Theatre, she opened her mouth to sing and nothing came out: she was later diagnosed with dysphonia, and retired from performance. That, most observers assumed, was that, but most observers had reckoned without the apparently fathomless powers of persuasion possessed by David Tibet, mastermind of experimental folk group Current 93 and something of a past master in encouraging lost esoteric artists – ranging from falsetto-voiced late 60s oddity Tiny Tim to wildly obscure krautrock band Sand – back to the spotlight, or at least something approaching it. He reissued her old recordings and enlisted Collins into Current 93’s remarkable rotating cast of collaborators, which also includes Björk, Andrew WK, former Crass frontman Steve Ignorant and experimental doom metal band Om, first to perform spoken-word pieces, then to sing, then finally performing a brief support slot at a 2014 London show, her first live appearance in 35 years.

    Collins’ performances at the Current 93 gig and live appearance during her 80th birthday celebrations at Cecil Sharp House in London were rapturously received, but understandably a little tentative in tone. That sets them at odds with Lodestar: the second shocking thing about the album is how little it sounds like a one made by an 82-year-old who last recorded an album when Jim Callaghan was prime minister and Boney M were the biggest-selling band of the year. From the off, Lodestar is a strikingly confident and uncompromising album. The opening track features four different pieces of music: Awake Awake is filled with dire presentiments, images of rotting flesh and visions of imminent apocalypse – “repent, repent, sweet England, for dreadful days are near” – and bisected by a droning, ominous hurdy-gurdy and pipe instrumental by Ossian Brown, once of Coil, latterly one half of Cyclobe. It morphs into a May carol that carries the ineffable suggestion of something sinister lurking behind the good wishes, and finally into a sparse morris dance, complete with jangling leg-bells. The latter is perky and possessed of a pretty tune, but still feels oddly melancholy, as if the darkness of the track’s opening has somehow seeped into it.


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    Tracklist:
    1 Tanya Donelly – Between the Bars
    2 Julien Baker – Ballad of Big Nothing
    3 Amanda Palmer – Pictures of Me
    4 J Mascis – Waltz #2
    5 Juliana Hatfield – Needle In The Hay
    6 Yuck – Bled White
    7 William Fitzsimmons – Say Yes
    8 Tomo Nakayama – Miss Misery
    9 Escondido – Waltz #1
    10 Adam Franklin – Oh Well, Okay
    11 Jesu/Sun Kil Moon – Condor Ave
    12 Waxahatchee – Angeles
    13 Lou Barlow – Division Day
    14 Caroline Says – No Name #3
    15 Wild Sun – Easy Way Out


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    Tracklist:
    01. Bogart Theme Song
    02. Funky Relic
    03. The Get Down Clown
    04. Josephina Song
    05. Radar On
    06. Normally Normal
    07. Fair-Weather Friend
    08. What If?
    09. Blue Room Jam
    10. Fired Up
    11. Rhyme and Reason


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    Tracklist:

    01. 69 annee erotique feat. Jane Birkin 03:18
    02. Qui est – In, qui est Out 02:11
    03. Bloody Jack 02:02
    04. Torrey Canyon 02:42
    05. La javanaise 02:29
    06. La horse (La horse) – Jean Claude Vannier 03:36
    07. Hold Up 02:16
    08. Initials B.B. 03:34
    09. Vilaine fille, mauvais garcon 01:56
    10. Les sucettes 02:34
    11. Comic Strip 02:09
    12. Roller Girl – Michel Colombier 01:49
    13. Docteur Jekyll et monsieur Hyde 01:56
    14. Je t’aime moi non plus feat. Jane Birkin 04:20
    15. L’anamour 02:35
    16. Ford Mustang 02:38
    17. Generique (Si j’etais un espion) 01:34
    18. Shu Ba Du Ba Loo Ba 02:06
    19. Requiem pour un c… (Le pacha) 02:49
    20. Chatterton 02:05
    21. Bonnie and Clyde feat. Brigitte Bardot 04:13
    22. Danger (Cannabis) 02:05
    23. L’hotel particulier (Melody Nelson) 04:03
    24. 69 annee erotique (Version instrumentale) 03:33


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    Featuring a whopping 91 tracks The Glory Days of Aussie Pub Rock vol. 1 focuses on the birthplace of classic OZ Rock – the pub! It includes seminal songs from virtually every successful Aussie rock band from the mid-’70s through to the early-’90s, including Cold Chisel, The Angels, Midnight Oil, Split Enz, Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girls, Men at Work, The Screaming Jets, Rose Tattoo, The Saints, Jimmy Barnes, The Church and more.

    CD1
    1. Cold Chisel – Goodbye (Astrid Goodbye)
    2. Midnight Oil – Cold Cold Change
    3. The Angels – Take a Long Line
    4. Divinyls – Boys in Town
    5. The Radiators – Comin’ Home
    6. Flowers – Walls
    7. Models – Big On Love
    8. Hunters & Collectors – Do You See What I See?
    9. Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons – So Young
    10. The Sports – Don’t Throw Stones
    11. Mental As Anything – If You Leave Me – Can I Come Too?
    12. Mondo Rock – Cool World
    13. Paul Kelly & The Coloured Girls – Dumb Things
    14. Australian Crawl – Beautiful People
    15. Richard Clapton – Out On the Edge Again
    16. Men At Work – Who Can It Be Now?
    17. Matt Finish – Mancini Shuffle (Demo)
    18. Sunnyboys – Show Me Some Discipline
    19. Loaded Dice – Mam’selle
    20. Ted Mulry Gang (Tmg) – Heart of Stone
    21. Russell Morris & The Rubes – The Roar of the Wild Torpedoes
    22. Wendy & The Rockets – Tonite
    23. Billy Miller & The Great Blokes – Perpetual Motion
    24. Dragon – Rain

    CD2
    1. Skyhooks – Women in Uniform
    2. The Ferrets – Don’t Fall In Love
    3. The Dingoes – Smooth Sailing (Original Mushroom Single Version)
    4. Stars – Mighty Rock
    5. Ren E Geyer – Hot Minutes
    6. Stiletto – Goodbye Johnny
    7. Texas – I Wanna Dance with You
    8. The Elks – Party Girl
    9. The Reels – Prefab Heart
    10. Boys Next Door – Shivers
    11. The Saints – Just Like Fire Would
    12. Split Enz – History Never Repeats
    13. Goanna – Solid Rock
    14. Warumpi Band – Blackfella/whitefella
    15. Ross Wilson – Living in the Land of Oz
    16. Ian Moss – Telephone Booth
    17. The Badloves – Lost
    18. Noiseworks – Take Me Back
    19. Choirboys – Run to Paradise
    20. Heroes – The Star and the Slaughter
    21. Ray Arnott – On the Run
    22. Marcus Hook Roll Band – Natural Man

    CD3
    1. Mi-sex – Computer Games
    2. Dave Warner’s from the Suburbs – Suburban Boy
    3. Jimmy & The Boys – Products of Your Mind
    4. The Aliens – Confrontation
    5. The Boys – Hurt Me Babe
    6. The Hitmen – I Don’t Mind
    7. Angry Anderson – Bound for Glory
    8. Uncanny X-men – Everybody Wants to Work
    9. James Freud & The Radio Stars – Modern Girl
    10. Icehouse – Nothing Too Serious
    11. V. Spy V. Spy – Don’t Tear It Down
    12. Xl Capris – World War 3
    13. The Numbers – The Modern Song
    14. The Church – Too Fast for You
    15. The Lime Spiders – Weirdo Libido
    16. The Lonely Hearts – The Spell
    17. The Johnnys – Bleeding Heart
    18. X – Dream Baby
    19. Painters & Dockers – Nude School
    20. Weddings, Parties, Anything – Away Away
    21. The Zimmermen – What Really Hurts
    22. Paul Kelly & The Dots – Seeing Is Believing
    23. Ganggajang – Gimme Some Lovin

    CD4
    1. Jimmy Barnes – Driving Wheels
    2. Baby Animals – One Word
    3. The Screaming Tribesmen – Date with a Vampyre
    4. Huxton Creepers – I Will Persuade You
    5. Boom Crash Opera – The Best Thing
    6. The Screaming Jets – Better
    7. Heaven – Fantasy
    8. Finch – Short Changed Again
    9. Rose Tattoo – We Can’t Be Beaten
    10. Billy Thorpe & The Aztecs – Movie Queen
    11. Stevie Wright – Hard Road
    12. Jeff St. John – A Fool in Love
    13. The Stockley, See, Mason Band – Endless Love
    14. Swanee – If I Were a Carpenter
    15. The Cyril B. Bunter Band – Last Chance
    16. The Cockroaches – She’s the One
    17. Tim Finn – Made My Day
    18. The Black Sorrows – Chained to the Wheel
    19. Moving Pictures – Bustin’ Loose
    20. Broderick Smith’s Big Combo – Faded Roses
    21. Ariel – Yeah Tonight
    22. The Party Boys (featuring Kevin Borich) – Gonna See


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    Tracklist:
    01. Without An End
    02. In The Night
    03. Dreams In Blue
    04. Julia
    05. (somewhere)
    06. Autumn
    07. On Your Own
    08. Untitled 2
    09. (calm)
    10. Restless


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    On Southern Gothic, Rod Melancon has brought the sound and feeling of South Louisiana’s storied towns filled with conflicted characters; his Americana songwriting filtered through a swamp-like, country blend that often borders on the parameters of psychedelic-rock. Deep in the swamp lands of South Louisiana, found in the small towns off State Highway 14, along the Parish lines and the borders that dwell with the native sons of this often unseen heartland, there are stories waiting to be told. There are ghosts to conjure up in the night fires and bayou jamborees. It takes a special artist to conjure up the soul of the land through song and story. Welcome to the world of Southern Gothic. It is a world that is uniquely Rod Melancon, born and bred in South Louisiana. Melancon has recorded a collection of songs that deliver the feel of haunted and hunted swampy, South Louisiana nights. Brian Whelan’s production takes the purity of Rod’s style, enhances and magnifies it. Each of these songs tells it’s own story, from the inner hell of addiction to the loyalty of a family friend, to an inside view of tragedy, to the redemption found in a life-long love.


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    There isn’t a Pere Ubu recording you can imagine living without. The Modern Dance remains the essential Ubu purchase (as does the follow-up, Dub Housing). For sure, Mercury had no idea what they had on their hands when they released this as part of their punk rock offshoot label Blank, but it remains a classic slice of art-punk. It announces itself quite boldly: the first sound you hear is a painfully high-pitched whine of feedback, but then Tom Herman’s postmodern Chuck Berry riffing kicks off the brilliant “Non-Alignment Pact,” and you soon realize that this is punk rock unlike any you’ve ever heard. David Thomas’ caterwauling is funny and moving, Scott Krauss (drums) and Tony Maimone (bass) are one of the great unheralded rhythm sections in all of rock, and the “difficult” tracks like “Street Waves,” “Chinese Radiation,” and the terrifying “Humor Me” are revelatory, and way ahead of their time. The Modern Dance is the signature sound of the avant-garage: art rock, punk rock, and garage rock mixing together joyously and fearlessly.


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    This is Jason’s eighth release as a band leader first in seven years.Jason Ricci is an amazing song writer, entertainer and innovator of the blues harmonica (and beyond) but this CD is about Jason and his great New Orleans band, The Bad Kind. The new material further showcases the growth of their incredible talents. This new recording is going to smash any preconceived notions of genre boundaries. I don’t think they’ve come up with a name for the music these cats make. Just call it Jason Ricci & the Bad Kind.


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    Tracks:
    01 – The Simple Life
    02 – Never Getting Older
    03 – The Best of Me
    04 – Afraid of the Unknown
    05 – Marching On
    06 – Up Against the World
    07 – Won’t Give Up
    08 – My Everything
    09 – You Will Not Be Forgotten
    10 – Sunshine
    11 – Tagging Along
    12 – Guide Me Home
    13 – The Simple Life (Acoustic)
    14 – The Best of Me (Acoustic)
    15 – Marching on (Acoustic)
    16 – You Will Not Be Forgotten (Live Acoustic)


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    James Yorkston, Jon Thorne and Suhail Yusuf Khan make much of the novelty of mixing folk, jazz and Indian music. Although Indo-Jazz fusion is commonplace, folk and jazz common bedfellows and Pentangle, among others, famously combined all three genres.

    That caveat aside, the amalgam here works fine and from time to time transcendently, as when Yorkston sings the opening verses of “Recruited Collier” and then Khan’s voice soars up beside him; or when “False True Lover” suddenly swerves into a raga. Elsewhere, when Thorne’s limber double bass plays games with Khan’s sarangi.


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    After the acclaimed jazz album “EPISTOLA”, CARMEN SOUZA, with the help of her longtime musical partner -Theo Pascal, returns to her creole roots to present a new album called CREOLOGY.
    With her gravity-defying voice she guide us in the musical journey of her ancestors on a unique transatlantic route thought the sounds of the Creole Nation. Discover rhythms like Batuque, Funana, Semba, Quilapanga, Marrabenta from Cabo Verde, Angola, Mozambique together with Afro-Brazilian & Cuban sounds, travelling all the way to the jazz shores of New Orleans.


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    Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda’s devotion to spirituality was the central purpose of the final four decades of her life, an often-overlooked awakening that largely took shape during her four-year marriage to John Coltrane and after his 1967 death. By 1983, Alice had established the 48-acre Sai Anantam Ashram outside of Los Angeles. She quietly began recording music from the ashram, releasing it within her spiritual community in the form of private press cassette tapes. On May 5, Luaka Bop will release the first-ever compilation of recordings from this period, making these songs available to the wider public for the first time. Entitled ‘World Spirituality Classics, Volume 1: The Ecstatic Music of Alice Coltrane Turiyasangitananda,’ the release is the first installment in a planned series of spiritual music from around the globe; curated, compiled and distributed by Luaka Bop.


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    The Legendary Gyedu Blay Ambolley from Ghana, West Africa and his Sekondi Band has 29 music albums to his credit. “Ketan” is his number 30.

    Ambolley was born in the city of Sekondi-Takoradi (an area called Ketan), in the Western Region of Ghana, in West Africa. The multi-talented, International, Ghanaian Musician celebrated his “Silver Jubilee” in music in 1998.

    Ambolley taught himself to play the flute as a first instrument in his early years of musical interest dating back to the age of eight, when he began playing with his father’s flute. The young music enthusiast continued to learn the rudiments of music from the late’ Sammy Lartey and Ebo Taylor. During the sixties, the young aspiring musician was impressed with the music he heard on the popular radio show, “Voice of America Jazz Hour.” That sixties show featured such jazz giants as Jimmy Smith, Max Roach, Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Eckstie… all of whom became part of Ambolley’s early musical experience.

    This versatile, irrepressible singer, songwriter, producer and “musical- life-force” exploded on the music scene in 1973 with a jazzy highlife sound called ‘SIMIGWA-DO’.

    He has toured throughout West Africa, Europe, Canada, and the United States and has performed on the same stage with some of the world’s most celebrated artistes such as; Miriam Makeba of South Afrika, the late Fela Anikulapo-Kuti of Nigeria, the late George Howard, Angela Bofill, Norman Connors, Manu Dibango, Lakeside, Chikuzan Takahashi of Japan, Ricardo Estrada of Cuba, Mayuto Correa of Brazil and toured Ghana with Oscar Brashear and Michael Session.

    The celebrated musician has received numerous prestigious awards, for example a lifetime achievement award and Inducted into the music hall of fame by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science in California and an award from the Board of Supervisors and the City Council of the State of California for bridging the gap between Africa and African American music. He also received a lifetime achievement award at the Ghana Music Awards in 2013.

    Gyedu-Blay Ambolley has crafted the ability to combine a unique sound and melody with funny lyrics and dancing to his music as is well documented that “the genre of his music is entertainingly elevating and spiritually inescapable”, such that its uniqueness transcends all musical categories.


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    The greatest living female voice in African music, Oumou Sangare releases Mogoya (meaning “people today”) on a new record label with an all-new production team and a wonderful new set of songs. The power of Oumou’s voice and the potency of her message remain as strong as ever and, while her sound is rooted deep in the continuity of Malian tradition, Mogoya has a strong new sound. Co-produced by Andreas Unge in Stockholm and by the French production collective A.l.b.e.r.t. (who have worked with among others Air, Tony Allen, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Beck, Franz Ferdinand) in Paris, it draws on a rich musical heritage whilst also looking to the future. On the album, traditional African instruments – the kamele n’goni (harp), karignan (metal scraper) and calabash percussion – are augmented by electric guitar, bass, keyboards and synths with Tony Allen on drums. As Oumou puts it, “This time round I wanted to go for more of a modern sound, to satisfy young people in Mali but being careful, all the while, to respect my culture and tradition”.


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    ‘The Concert in Hyde Park’ chronicles the legendary artist’s historic concert at the 2012 Hard Rock Calling Festival in London with an epic career-spanning set including Simon s most enduring hits (“Kodachrome,” “Graceland,” “Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard,” “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover”), fan favorites, and two Simon & Garfunkel classics. The concert features a reunion with the original Graceland musicians on the Grammy-winning album’s 25th anniversary, including Hugh Masekela and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, as well as a surprise appearance from reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, performing his original songs “The Harder They Come” and “Many Rivers to Cross”, and a duet with Cliff and Simon on “Vietnam” and “Mother and Child Reunion.”

    Disc: 1
    1. Kodachrome
    2. Gone at Last
    3. Dazzling Blue
    4. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
    5. Vietnam – Paul Simon with Jimmy Cliff
    6. Mother and Child Reunion – Paul Simon with Jimmy Cliff
    7. That Was Your Mother
    8. Hearts and Bones / Mystery Train / Wheels
    9. Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard
    10. Slip Slidin’ Away
    11. The Obvious Child

    Disc: 2
    1. Introduction
    2. Homeless – Paul Simon with Ladysmith Black Mambazo
    3. Paul Introduces Graceland Band
    4. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes – Paul Simon with Ladysmith Black Mambazo
    5. I Know What I Know – Paul Simon with Ladysmith Black Mambazo
    6. The Boy in the Bubble
    7. Crazy Love, Vol. II
    8. Gumboots
    9. Under African Skies – Paul Simon with Thandiswa Mazwai
    10. Graceland
    11. You Can Call Me Al
    12. The Sound of Silence
    13. The Boxer – Paul Simon with Jerry Douglas
    14. Late in the Evening
    15. Paul Introduces Band & Thank You
    16. Still Crazy After All These Years


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    “Originally released in 1970 by little-known Chicago imprint Futuro, ‘Vamonos / Let’s Go!’ is the first and only album recorded by Brooklyn neighbourhood salsa band ‘The Orchestra Soledad’. Led by trombonist and singer Hector Ramos, the music of Orchestra Soledad is characterised by brash and energetic salsa arrangements created by Ramos himself, who also composed (or cocomposed) all of the music featured on the LP.

    This ultra-rare record came to our attention courtesy of DJ Amir who discovered it (along with a ‘battle of the bands’ trophy that the band had won) in a shop located only blocks away from the Bushwick home of Hector Ramos. Immediately captivated by the striking artwork and incredible music, Amir went on to include the track “El Ritmo Soledad” on his 2016 BBE compilation ‘Buena Música Y Cultura’, an album celebrating latin music from across the Americas. The Orchestra Soledad was made up of talented local kids (maybe local heroes), all dreaming of Fania All-Stars fame when they stepped in the studio, sadly destined never to ‘make it’. Yet this one shining album remains, a lasting testament to their brilliance. Raw, authentic 70s street salsa, all the recordings featured on ‘Vamonos/ Let’s Go!’ have a distinctly live, unpolished feel, evoking all the sweat and drama of a hot summer’s night in the barrios of Sunset Park, Bushwick or Williamsburg back in the day.”


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