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Yeti Fofa (The Joaquin Joe Claussell Remixes)
Ngunga Yeti Fofa (Joaquin Joe Claussell's Cosmic Arts dub) (13:28)
Ngunga Yeti Fofa (Joaquin Joe Claussell's Sacred dance remixed version) (11:29)
 in stock HK$154.46
Que Se Sepa Edits
Que Se Sepa Edits (limited 7")
Cat: SOLO 501. Rel: 24 May 23
Que Se Sepa (Edits) (3:27)
Peasant (Brazilian Funk edits) (3:29)
Review: The Solo 500 label is back with another dynamite pair of edits, one of which has never before made it to 45rpm. The A-side is 'Que se sepa' by Roberto Roena, a legendary Puerto Rican salsa percussionist and orchestra leader that originally landed in 1970. Here the Latin funk is front and centre as the banging salsa rhythms really hit home. Reverse this one and you'll find an edit of 'Peasant Dance' that is just as sun-kissed and full of synth-funk, squirming leads and shuffling beats. With summer around the corner these arrive just in time so do not sleep.

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Tags: Salsa | Latin Jazz | Latin Funk
 in stock HK$89.38
A7 Edits Volume 6
Ekambi Brillant - "Afrika Afrika" (John Talabot & Pional Lost Script Rerub) (6:29)
Gyedu Blay Ambolley - "Highlife" (Alan Dixon edit) (5:59)
Michael Amara - "New Bell" (Jacques Renault edit) (5:53)
Pasteur Lappe - "Na Real Sekele Fo' Ya" (Escapade edit) (5:59)
Review: Africa Seven's A7 Edits offshoot has already proved to be one of the better re-edit series around, primarily because they consistently employ some of the best re-editors in the business, offering them the opportunity to select tracks they want to rework from the parent label's vast catalogue of licensed cuts. This edition - the seventh EP to date - is another action-packed winner. Rising star Alan Dixon delivers a lightly tooled-up, all-action revision of Gyedu Bley Amadou's tropical disco classic 'Highlife', before Barcelona-based John Talabot and Pional re-frame Ekambi Brilliant's 'Afrika Afrika' as a kind of Afro-post-punk/dub disco mash-up. Over on side B, Escapade dances through a bouncy disco-house take on Pasteur Lappe's 'Na Real Sekele Fo Ya', while Jacques Renault expertly rearranges Michael Amara's Afro-disco-funk staple 'New Bell'.
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 in stock HK$119.92
El Raton (Panama Cardoon rework)
El Raton (Panama Cardoon rework)
El Raton
Review: KC
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Tags: Latin
 in stock HK$89.38
She's In LA
She's In LA (feat Young Gun Silver Fox) (4:17)
She's In LA (feat Young Gun Silver Fox - SoCal instrumental) (4:17)
Review: Described by Legere Recordings as a 'widescreen instrumental pop anthem soaked in summer sun', 'She's In LA' sees experienced Welsh musician (and former Colorama front man) Carwyn Ellis daydream about moving to the City of Angels with a little help from Shawn Lee and Andy Platts ALA Young Gun Silver Fox. Authentically Californian in vibe and execution, with Ellis's weary lead vocals recalling the likes of Boz Scaggs and Donald Fagen above a sun-soaked, synth-sporting West Coast groove. It's utterly gorgeous and undeniably life-affirming, as is the vocal-free instrumental take showcased on side B. A future Balearic favourite, no doubt.
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 in stock HK$97.48
Edits! EP
Edits! EP (12")
Cat: AR 015. Rel: 24 Apr 23
La Culebra (3:46)
Mi Amor (4:10)
B-boy Paco (3:38)
Que Rico (4:23)
Linda Negra (4:58)
Review: Berlin-based Voodoocuts knows how to mix up floor-filing sounds from across a range of genres and eras. Now the sonic shapeshifter serves up a first EP for Adeen that packs in five killer cuts. 'La Culebra' kicks off with big horns and Latin rhythms which carry on through the dance-heavy 'Mi Amor'. 'B-boy Paco' completes the first side of vinyl with lively rhythms, horn stabs and florid Spanish vocals. 'Que Rico' kicks off on the flip with another dense arrangement packed with cowbells, funky bass riffs, woodblock hits, shakers and plenty more. 'Linda Negra' is a sleazy yet seductive samba shuffle that brings the heat and will get any party heated up.

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Tags: Salsa | Latin Funk | Cumbia
 in stock HK$109.77
Racional Vol 3
Racional Vol 3 (LP repress)
Cat: RRVOL 3. Rel: 30 May 23
E Preciso Ler E Reler (4:00)
I Am Rational (5:19)
Lendo O Livro (3:39)
O Supermundo Racional (5:16)
Nacao Cosmica (6:28)
Que Legal (4:18)
Voce E A Estrela Do Meu Show (5:36)
Ve Se Decide (3:34)
! low stock HK$235.74
Funkyjaws & Friends
Eddie C - "Do You Wanna Dance" (6:48)
Elado - "25.4 Millimeters" (5:21)
Scruscru & S Timoshenko - "Ace! ID?" (5:21)
Funkyjaws - "In Your Ear With It" (5:53)
Review: The FunkyJaws Music label invites us deep into their world for a third time here with another delicious 12".It's a various artists EP that features one of our top disco favourites - Eddie C. He opens up with 'Do You Wanna Dance' which has vocals pacing about the mix and old school acid bass twangs under raw house drums. Elado's '25.4 Millimeters' is a Middle Eastern funk workout with spangled drum hits and the flip side brings twisted acid disco and the cosmic trip that is 'In Your Ear With It' from Funkyjaws themselves.
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 in stock HK$97.48
Duck Rock (40th Anniversary Edition)
Duck Rock (40th Anniversary Edition) (limited 2xLP + booklet + insert)
Cat: MMDR 01. Rel: 31 May 23
Obatala (3:38)
Buffalo Gals (5:09)
Double Dutch (3:53)
El San Juanera (1:58)
Merengue (3:52)
Punk It Up (3:47)
Legba (4:14)
Jive My Baby (3:57)
Song For Chango (4:51)
Soweto (3:50)
World's Famous (1:42)
Duck For The Oyster (3:37)
Collaguas (2:12)
Roly Poly (2:39)
Hey DJ (The World's Famous Supreme Team) (2:07)
Zulus On A Time Bomb (3:00)
D'ya Like Scratchin' (3:48)
Franz Buffalo (4:13)
Review: The debut album by Malcolm McLaren - former manager of the Sex Pistols and the New York Dolls, and infamous producer in his own right - was known as Duck Rock. First released in 1983, it showed off as far-flung a mix of genres as hip hop, international music, rockabilly, and disco, not least due in part to its hand in the production duties by Fairlight pioneer JJ Jeczalik, Trevor Horn and Anne Dudley, all of whom would form Art of Noise, as well as further guest appearances by Africa Bambaataa and Thomas Dolby. An electrifying medley of the sample-tastic sensibility of the day, the album also plays out as a form of satire, parodying the oft-chaotic flights of fancy indulged by the very same era.
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 in stock HK$280.53
Alegria (7")
Cat: RNT 45006. Rel: 03 May 23
Alegria (3:58)
Soy Una Nube (2:46)
Review: Razor N Tape follows up some remixes of Elia y Elizabeth's 'De Pro' with a new two-track 45rpm from the pop duo from Colombia formed of two sisters: Elia and Elisabeth Fleta Malloi. This open opens up with 'Alegria,' a sunny bit of easygoing soul with plenty of orchestral grandeur, big horn energy and the gently lilting vocals of the sisters up top. On the flip is 'Soy Una Nube,' another gorgeous cut this time with more of a 60s folk rock feel thanks to the acoustic guitars and psyched-out percussion. The expressive and often wordless vocals are the centre focus though, and bring real culture to the grooves.
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 in stock HK$119.92
Nana Nelson Angelo Novelli (reissue)
Nana Nelson Angelo Novelli (reissue) (LP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: ALT 025. Rel: 01 Jun 23
No Sul Do Polo Norte (2:43)
No Norte Do Polo Sul (1:17)
Aranda (2:28)
Toshiro (4:02)
Baiao Do Acordar (3:46)
Garimpo (3:07)
Tiro Crusado (4:11)
Pinote (8:14)
Review: One of two Nana Vasconcelos works to be rereleased on Altercat lately, 'Nana Nelson Angelo Novelli' is a cult album of Brazilian music, originally released in 1975 on the French label Saravah. This LP is the epitome of the sound of Clube da Esquina: the name given to a renaissance explosion of sound-fusions that occurred in Minais Gerais at around that time, with influences from rock 'n' roll to psychedelia to traditional bossa nova and percussive musics all colliding. Various moods, from the psychedelic 'No Sul do Polo Norte' to the funk-stencher 'Tiro Crusado' to the haunting 'Aranda' all owe to the musical breadth and versatility that has blessed Brazil since day dot.
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 in stock HK$203.25
Fever (Latin version)
 in stock HK$75.23
The Harlem Bugalu
Luchito - "The Harlem Bugalu" (3:48)
Joaquin Marquez - "Mala Mania" (3:40)
Review: More heat here from Original Gravity with 'The Harlem Bugalu' from Luchito and Joaquin Marquez. This is a 7" that soon transports you to boogaloo paradise with its feverish Latin grocers and non-stop drum funk. The A-side is laden with spoken words, zippy percussive sounds and mad bongo bubbles with lashing of horn-led exuberance. Flip it over and you will find the slightly darker and more menacing energy of Joaquin Marque's 'Mala Mania'. Get your shake on and drop this one this summer for swift dancefloor explosions.
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Tags: Latin | Boogaloo | Latin Funk
 in stock HK$91.53
Hidden Waters: Strange & Sublime Sounds Of Rio De Janeiro
Cat: MRBLP 271. Rel: 12 May 23
Ana Frango Eletrico - "Saudade" (3:42)
Pedro Fonte - "Cliche" (3:48)
Bala Desejo - "Lua Comanche" (3:34)
Ava Rocha - "Boca Do Ceu" (5:08)
Exercito De Bebes - "Avos Da Experiencia" (4:40)
Thiago Nassif - "Soar Estranho" (feat Arto Lindsay & Vinicius Cantuaria & Gabriela Riley) (4:43)
Negro Leo - "Mulato" (3:05)
Mari Romano - "Amelie" (2:37)
Dora Morelenbaum - "Vento De Beirada" (3:04)
Cadu Tenorio & Jucara Marcal - "Candombe Ia Cacunde Iaue" (2:38)
Jonas Sa - "Gigolo" (3:33)
Troa - "Bandeide" (3:25)
Marcelo Callado - "Simbora" (feat Silvia Machete) (3:22)
Ovo Ou Bicho - "Mocos" (4:55)
Le Almeida - "Apreco Antigo" (2:56)
Ilessi - "Ladra Do Lugar De Fala" (1:56)
Joana Queiroz - "Dois Litorais" (5:25)
Raquel Dimantas - "Flecha Azul" (2:37)
Antonio Neves & Thiaguinho Silva - "Das Neves" (3:15)
Letrux - "Dorme Com Essa" (4:34)
Os Ritmistas - "Sambolero" (4:09)
Review: Mr Bongo's latest must-check compilation doesn't mine Brazil's musical heritage, but rather shines a light on what's happening in Rio de Janeiro right now. Hidden Waters was compiled and curated by two Brazilian music specialists - Joe Osborne (founder of the Brazilian Wax website) and Russ Slater (Editor at Large of Sounds and Colors) - and offers up a blend of scene stalwarts and exciting starlets. Musically it's varied, but largely rooted in samba, MPB and other classic Brazilian styles. So, while sun-soaked sounds (sorry) are the order of the day, Osborne and Slater also find room for the fuzzy psychedelia of Ava Rocha, the Stereolab-goes-samba flex of Exercito de Bebes, the low-slung, synth-sporting mutant funk of Thiago Nassif, the spiritual, pastoral-sounding afternoon warmth of Mari Romano and the lilting vocal jazz of Troa. An impeccable, eye-opening collection of quality cuts.'
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 in stock HK$154.46
I Really Care
Cat: FNGR 008. Rel: 28 Apr 23
I Really Care (feat Diane Ward - vocal) (2:20)
The Great Akerman (instrumental) (2:50)
Review: Fingier Records is a new Acid Jazz sub-label that is back with a brand new 7" from The Kevin Fingier Collective. It's a real dance floor heater that is perfectly aged and authentic as it mixes up Northern Soul and r&b with driving guitar rhythms and steamy piano chords. The horns are killer but the vocal is the icing on the cake. On the flip things get Latin flavoured with the bossa-tinged mod jazz of 'The Great Akerman' which is defined by lush flute and organ vamps. This is a great taster of the full length to come from The Kevin Fingier Collective.
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Tags: Latin | Boogaloo
 in stock HK$81.28
Jarak Qaribak
Jarak Qaribak (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: 405053 8883718. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Djit Nishrab (6:23)
Ashufak Shay (3:15)
Taq Ou-Dub (3:41)
Leylet Hub (4:29)
Ya Mughir Al-Ghazala (3:49)
Ahibak (4:52)
Ya 'Anid Ya Yaba (3:32)
Lhla Yzid Ikthar (4:40)
Jan Al-Galb Salik (4:22)
Review: When members of mega-bands work with relatively obscurer artists, we're always intrigued. But a potential trapping factor is in thinking Jarak Qaribak, for example, is more of a Jonny Greenwood album than a Dudu Tassa one, when in fact the exact opposite is the case. Tassa, an Israeli singer-guitarist who fuses Middle Eastern stylings with contemporary rock, lends a challenging structural terrain to the Radiohead member's electric guitar licks, with the former's Arabic and Hebrew lyrics moving atmospherically against them. A star cast of fellow Israeli artists accompany the pair, as serene vocal beat-driven movements plod and swell away in an appealingly nu-proggy fashion.
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 in stock HK$182.95
Carruseles (remastered)
Carruseles (remastered) (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: VAMPI 282. Rel: 02 Jun 23
Raspodia Del Chinito (3:08)
Carruseles (3:28)
Zaire Pop (3:34)
Me Voy De La Vida (3:43)
Salsa Con Tabaco (5:03)
Negra Suramuya (3:03)
Banana De Queso (3:16)
Baila Felipe (3:46)
Negua (2:51)
Ponchito De Colores (2:41)
Mi Sonsito (3:13)
Tags: Salsa | Cumbia | Colombian
 in stock HK$199.25
Virabrequim (Disco mix) (7:15)
Virabrequim (Voilaaa remix) (5:39)
Review: After a string of sought-after releases on labels like Barefoot Beats, Cocada Music, Bongo Synth and Too Slow To Disco, Bernardo Pinheiro brings his seasoned production skills to Onda Boa. It's nothing short of miraculous that this release is considered an effort in 'production' over composition, as these tracks could fool anyone into thinking they were recorded by a live band. That's part of the art, though: with Pinheiro described as a "man at home working in a myriad of styles", we truly do have a jazzdance production master on our hands, and this time he covers from scratch Marcos Valle and Azymuth's classic 'Virabrequim'. On the B, there's also an organic broken beat remix by fellow producer Voilaaa, who demonstrates an equal taste for retraining a live feel in their productions.
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 in stock HK$121.87
O Yinne!
O Yinne! (limited LP)
Cat: PH 33008. Rel: 01 Jun 23
O Yinne (4:08)
La Ka Ba'a (4:13)
This Is Bolga! (7:17)
Te Bola Be? (3:39)
Yinne Te Yelle Be (4:41)
A Lemine Me (4:29)
Doose Mam (4:32)
Gure Yose Me (4:13)
 in stock HK$144.31
Black Samba EP
Black Samba EP (limited 12")
Cat: CCP 06. Rel: 19 Apr 23
Black Samba (4:48)
Musa (Cumulative Collective rework) (5:23)
Cla Samba (feat Josue Ferriera) (5:05)
So Da Manha (7:05)
Review: Colin Curtis Presents is dropping some real heat this month with a pair of fine fusion EPs including one from GeeW and now this one from JuJu. This is another excellent transmission from the forefront of the contemporary British nu-jazz scene by Roderick Stewart. 'Black Samba' is one of those nimble and ass-wiggling rhythms the is punctuated by big horns, funky chords, busy percussion and a cool sense of style. 'Musa' (Cumulative Collective rework) keeps the life-affirming Roy Ayers melodies going over more effortlessly funky bass and 'Cla Samba' (feat Josue Ferriera) and 'So Da Manha' bring more Brazilian vibes to this superb EP.
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 in stock HK$186.95
Call My Name (reissue)
Call My Name (reissue) (limited orange & black splattered vinyl 7")
Cat: VAMPIC 45092. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Call My Name (4:40)
Call My Name (instrumental) (4:40)
Review: Vampisoul mainstay Joe Bataan comes through once again this year for a two-track G-funk-whistling pair of soul bits, reissuing the song 'Call My Name', which cemented the crooner's name way back in 2004. A funereal theme overarches the otherwise laid-back and casually-mooded song: "we are gathered here today to remember the departed and have a final say". It's this tension between joyous and lamentatory that nails the Latin Soul artist's overall vision and here you have the potential to whack it on the 'tables once more.
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Tags: Latin Funk
 in stock HK$97.48
Cumbia De Sal
Cat: VAMPI 45094. Rel: 03 May 23
Cumbia De Sal (3:33)
Cumbia Sobre El Mar (2:35)
Review: Cumbias En Moog's Cumbia De Sal is an exemplary psychedelic cumbia single - from the main pushers of the niche South American genre, Vampisoul - which this time offers a distinct usage of the Moog synth. The Cumbias En Moog project began in Colombia as a wilfully unique vision that combined traditional cumbia rhythms with vintage synthesizers; two of the group's choicest cuts make it to vinyl here, 'Cumbia De Sal' and 'Cumbia Sobre El Mar'. Far more synthy than guitarry (most cumbia falls into the latter camp) the tracks pit an offbeat, goofy rhythm with stark Moogs, resonant leads and happily crude playing, while their haunting choral vocals add a human touch to said robotics.
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Tags: Latin | Cumbia
 in stock HK$105.67
You No Fit Touch Am
You No Fit Touch Am (LP repress)
Cat: WAHLP 005. Rel: 10 May 23
E Go Betta (6:12)
You No Fit Touch Am (7:26)
Na My Turn (8:36)
I Don't Care (7:08)
We Siddon We Dey Look (Straight Moiln') (7:39)
Sanctuary (7:18)
 in stock HK$207.35
The Jazz Room Vol 2
The Jazz Room Vol 2 (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: BBE 678CLP. Rel: 04 May 23
Eternal Buzz Brass Band - "Sounds Good" (6:40)
Cesar's Salad - "Manteca" (6:50)
Chip Wickham - "Rebel No 23" (7" edit) (3:58)
The Stance Brothers - "Roll Call" (3:56)
Cruisic - "Jazz Carnival" (4:39)
Daniel Crawford - "Water No Get Enemy" (5:38)
Los Po-Boy-Citos - "Fried Neckbones & Some Home Fries" (4:50)
Raul Monsalve Y Los Forajidos - "Black & Decker" (4:50)
Clare Fischer - "African Flutes" (8:12)
Cheick Tidiane Seck - "Niger Mambo" (8:00)
Florian Pellissier Quintet - "The Hipster" (5:30)
Take Vibe - "Golden Brown" (3:09)
Fast 3 - "Don't You Want Me?" (8:27)
Review: The Jazz Room is a hotly curated selectors' V/A compiled by jazz expert and BBE label owner Paul Murphy. Following the success of the original comp first released in 2019, this one comes up after a full four years' worth of curating and mulling, and aims to represent the full range of both classic and contemporary jazz sounds, from New Orleans to Latin jazz, in quick succession. Consisting of contemporary jazz versions of the likes of Fela Kuti, Raul Monsalve and, for some reason, The Human League, said contributions by the likes of Cruisic and Clare Fischer aim to trace the - yes, the - comprehensive throughline of jazz from past to present, all while refusing to abstain from BBE's trademark eclecticism. Highlights include 'Rebel No. 23' and Fast 3's Hammond-organ-injected 'Don't You Want Me'. Most importantly, no track goes without a driving, bright-bursting mood of energy.
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Tags: Latin Jazz
 in stock HK$213.49
Green Onions
Green Onions (4:35)
Afro Lypso (4:34)
Review: Mongo Santamaria's 'Green Onions' here (a cover of the iconic Booker T standard) is a classic cut that showcases the legendary Cuban percussionist's mastery on the drums. First released in 1969 alongside the nighttime swayer 'In The Midnight Hour' , the single hears a funking reissue here that once more shines a blinding light on Santamaria's deft ability to blend originally American compositions with Latin rhythms and soul-jazz structures.
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 in stock HK$162.56
Flammer (12" repress)
Cat: LYSK 001. Rel: 30 May 23
Din Ting (8:21)
Leverer Litt Sjel (7:07)
Lunsj Pa Gronland (5:38)
Lordag Kveld (6:53)
Slikker Sol (3:29)
 in stock HK$170.66
Ain't No Sunshine
Cat: BRZ45 068. Rel: 11 Sep 17
Ain't No Sunshine (4:47)
Ponteio (3:13)
Review: Amongst fans of Brazilian music, Sivuca is arguably best known for his 1973 cover of "Ain't No Sunshine" - later a favourite on the rare groove scene - which re-casts the Bill Withers classic as a sumptuous chunk of shuffling samba sunshine. Here, the track gets reissued as part of Mr Bongo's brilliant Brazil 45s series, alongside his lesser-known - but no less impressive - cover of Edu Lobo's "Ponteio".
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Tags: MPB | Samba
 in stock HK$71.13
Mahlalela (Lazy Bones)
Cat: MXMRK 2041. Rel: 11 Jun 21
Mahlalela (Lazy Bones) (edit By Mr K) (5:15)
Barrio Nuevo (edit By Mr K) (4:52)
Review: Mr. K is back with a killer double-sider of African funk and Latin disco. Loud and cut for the dancefloor on a small-hole 7-inch, it's another Mr. K sure shot!
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! low stock HK$81.28
Say I Do (reissue)
Say I Do (reissue) (white vinyl 7") (1 per customer)
Cat: FSPT 1027COLOUR. Rel: 26 Apr 23
Say I Do (feat John Arthur Bigham) (4:55)
Island Hustle (3:23)
Review: Two ultra-warm and loving soul cuts from Rhythm Roots Allstars. The onetime house band for the Rhythm Room at Temple Bar - a popular Los Angeles club that served as the epicentre for underground urban funk, soul, and international music for over a decade - they receive a just reissue here. 'Say I Do' is a sunny homage to marriage and longstanding partnership, and features vocals from guest singer John Arthur Bingham. The instrumental 'Island Hustle', meanwhile, features a calypso-style steel pan laid to a jazz-funky bedding, performed by the allstars' inhouse percussionist Davey Chegwidden.
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 in stock HK$103.72
Froasted Or Fried
Froasted Or Fried (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BOULOUW 001. Rel: 22 Mar 23
Froasted Or Fried (4:18)
Hot Pants I'm Cumin' (3:19)
Review: Supersound Latinayres Orkestra's 'Froasted Or Fried' is a barbarian track and one for the breakbeats-diggers out there. Not normally noted for its drumming, the track nevertheless contains a distinctively crisp drum recording courtesy of an unnamed orchestra member. Something between jazz, salsa and funk, the B-side is equally soul-clutching, with the lead vocals on the track 'Hot Pants I'm Cumin' going criminally uncredited, yet aweing the listener with its jaw-dropping performance.
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 in stock HK$164.71
Forca Bruta (reissue)
Forca Bruta (reissue) (180 gram orange vinyl LP)
Cat: FS 4470. Rel: 07 Dec 21
Oba, La Vem Ela (4:13)
Ze Canjica (3:51)
Domenica Domingava Num Domingo Linda Toda De Branco (3:48)
Charles Jr (6:07)
Pulo, Pulo (2:47)
Apareceu Aparecida (3:19)
O Telefone Tocou Novamente (3:50)
Mulher Brasileira (4:24)
Terezinha (3:11)
Forca Bruta (5:09)
Tags: MPB | Latin | Samba
 in stock HK$140.31
Evangelion Finally (Soundtrack)
Evangelion Finally (Soundtrack) (pink splattered vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: 194398 43151. Rel: 30 Apr 21
The Cruel Angel's Thesis (4:06)
Fly Me To The Moon (Yoko Takahashi Acid Bossa version) (3:51)
Soul's Refrain (5:14)
Thanatos -If I Can't Be Yours- (4:53)
Komm, Susser Tod (M-10 Director edit version) (7:48)
Kyou No Hi Wa Sayounara (2:43)
Tsubasa Wo Kudasai (4:47)
Fly Me To The Moon 2020 (4:35)
Kokoro Yo Genshi Ni Modore 2020 (5:05)
Mugen Houyou (5:33)
Shiawase Wa Tsumi No Nioi (4:38)
Come Sweet Death, Second Impact (7:07)
Dilemmatic Triangle Opera (5:19)
The Image Of Black Me (7:43)
Dilemmatic Triangle Opera (Ayanami version) (5:44)
 in stock HK$227.64
World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever The Existential Soul Of Tim Maia
Que Beleza (3:29)
Let's Have A Ball Tonight (5:11)
O Caminho Do Bem (6:06)
Ela Partiu (4:15)
Quer Queria, Quer Nao Queria (4:50)
Brother Father Mother Sister (3:19)
Do Leme Ao Pontal (3:13)
Nobody Can Live Forever (2:51)
I Don't Care (2:46)
Bom Senso (5:08)
Where Is My Other Half (3:59)
Over Again (3:23)
The Dance Is Over (2:29)
You Don't Know What I Know (0:33)
Rational Culture (12:18)
 in stock HK$182.95
E Novamente Mas Que Nada
Ronaldo Reseda - "E Novamente Mas Que Nada" (5:19)
Robson Jorge & Lincoln Olivetti - "Ginga" (2:57)
Review: The 65th volume in Mr Bongo's admirable Brazil 45s series shines a light on Rio De Janeiro's turn-of-the-'80s boogie scene. On the A-side you'll find "E Novamente Mas Que Nada" by Ronaldo Resado, a five-minute chunk of samba-laced boogie sunshine that was originally featured on the artist's eponymous 1979 debut album. While wonderful, it's slightly overshadowed by flipside cut "Ginga", one of the highlights from Robson Jorge and Lincoln Olivetti's sought-after 1982 full-length (which, incidentally, was recently reissued by Mr Bongo and is well worth checking). Joining the dots between synth-heavy electrofunk, horn-toting disco-funk and languid jazz-funk, the instrumental track is arguably one of the best Brazilian boogie records ever made. Don't sleep.
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Clandestino (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: BEC 5161605. Rel: 16 Oct 13
Bongo Bong
Je Ne T'Aime Plus
Lagrimas De Oro
Mama Call
Luna Y Sol
Por El Suelo
Welcome To Tijuana
Dia Luna... Dia Pena
La Vie A 2
Minha Galera
La Despedida
El Viento
Bongo Bong
Je Ne T'Aime Plus
Lagrimas De Oro
Mama Call
Luna Y Sol
Por El Suelo
Welcome To Tijuana
Dia Luna... Dia Pena
La Vie A 2
Minha Galera
La Despedida
El Viento
Tags: Dub | Latin | Dub Reggae
 in stock HK$162.56
Brazil USA 70: Brazilian Music In The USA In The 1970s
Cat: SJRLP 428. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Airto - "Samba De Flora" (6:10)
Duke Pearson - "Sandalia Dela" (with Flora Purim) (3:31)
Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66 - "Batucada (The Beat)" (2:17)
Deodato - "Skyscrapers" (6:40)
Milton Nascimento - "Catavento" (2:28)
Airto - "Tombo In 7/4" (6:24)
Luiz Bonfa - "Bahia Soul" (2:31)
Dom Um Romao - "Braun-Blek-Blu" (4:43)
Moacir Santos - "Kathy" (3:37)
Joao Donato - "Almas Irmas" (1:53)
Sivuca - "Ai'nt No Sunshine" (4:47)
Milton Nascimento - "Rio Vermelho" (3:20)
Tamba 4 - "Consolation (Consolacao)" (8:19)
Flora Purim - "Moon Dreams" (4:58)
Dom Um Romao - "Escravos De Jo" (4:04)
Airto - "Andei (I Walked)" (2:32)
 in stock HK$213.49
Amatssou (limited gatefold white vinyl LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: WEDGELP 0123C. Rel: 18 May 23
Kek Alghalm (3:27)
Tenere Den (3:27)
Arajghiyine (3:56)
Tidjit (5:10)
Jayche Atarak (5:57)
Imidiwan Mahitinam (3:29)
Ezlan (5:26)
Anemouhagh (3:43)
Iket Adjen (3:18)
Nak Idnizdjam (5:26)
Tags: Afro Rock | Arabic
 in stock HK$213.49
Sali Sidibe Et Son Orchestre Vol 1
Sali Sidibe Et Son Orchestre Vol 1 (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: ASF 320. Rel: 18 May 23
Anw Be No Don (8:08)
Anw Ka Jiri Turu (11:05)
Mogo Te Diya Be Ye (4:40)
Ga Kulu Ngana (7:28)
Ne Mani Me, Ne Mani Ye (6:01)
Tadon Kungola Manyi (9:37)
Review: Longtime Malian composer and vocalist Sali Sidibe is a treasure of African folk music, having released a plethora of albums on cassette and CD on various labels across the continent for over two decades before ceasing in around the early noughties. Born in a village in the Wassoulou region of southern Mali, Sidibe sang in Bambara, her songs often backed by a range of traditional rhythms including didai and sogonikun. These fusions would later contribute to the formation of the now very popular Wassoulou movement, a form of dance music performed mostly by women covering themes including childbearing and polygamy. Now Musique Malienne reissues a rare 80s cassette credited to Sidibe, on which detuned electric synths and steadily sequenced electronic drums back up her defiant, snappy, almost rhythmlessly rapped vocals.
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Tags: African
 in stock HK$142.26
Miss Cheryl
Cat: BRZ 45055. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Banda Black Rio - "Miss Cheryl" (3:47)
Miele - "Melo Do Tagarela (Rapper's Delight)" (instrumental) (4:10)
Review: Although Brazil's Banda Black Rio remain infamous for the albums that they recorded in the late 1970s, two beautiful LPs that rode that singular wave of samba-ridden jazz dance, 1980's "Miss Cheryl" is an outstanding tune, and we can hear why RCA picked it up back in the day. Mr Bongo provides us with the reissue here and, if you haven't heard it, it's an absolute delight which switches between disco, psych, and something inherently Brazilian - there's even a wacky synth in there, for good measure. Compatriot Miele appears on the flip with "Melo Do Tagarela (Rappers Delight)", a sublime slice of early, electronic boogie that sounds as fresh today as it did back at the tail end of the 70s. A devious little reissue that you should own...
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Reflexiones: Funky Jazz Fusion From Peru
Reflexiones: Funky Jazz Fusion From Peru (hand-numbered 7" limited to 500 copies in Juno exclusive sleeve)
Cat: MUKAT 083. Rel: 21 Nov 22
Review: Mukatsuku turns to Peruvian sax player Nilo Espinosa and his group the Nil's Jazz Ensemble for this glorious new 7" that is packed with jazz-funk goodness. The group only ever made one album back in 1976 but it is a holy grail for Latin-American jazz fusion lovers. Two of the standout tracks from the record have been fully licensed here for this special 45rpm. 'Reflexiones' has some manic keys and big drum breaks next to the funkiest of brass sounds. On the flip, Nilo on alto saxophone and Miguel on Mellotron keys bring the goodness.
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Tags: Latin | Jazz Funk | Latin Jazz
 in stock HK$73.08
Ipade (12")
Cat: BAC 009. Rel: 31 Jan 23
Ipade (4:53)
Ipade (instrumental) (4:55)
Ariya Tide (4:41)
Ariya Tide (instrumental) (4:44)
Review: American born/Colombia-based producer Ben Woods aka Bosq, and Benin-born vocalist/guitarist Leon Ligan-Majek aka Kaleta follow up on the success of their recent collaboration with Purple Disco Machine, and build on their nearly 10 years of working together with their new Afro disco number 'Ipade'. It features Kaleta's trademark chants and exclamations in a mix of Yoruba and English, over sleek rhythms, a ripping horns section and one funky bassline. Over on the flip, get down deeper into the groove with the lo-slung swagger of 'Ariya Tide'.
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 in stock HK$117.87
Blues Para Un Cosmonauta
Blues Para Un Cosmonauta (LP + booklet with obi-strip)
Cat: ALT 023. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Lineas Torcidas (9:11)
Blues Para Un Cosmonauta (7:27)
Cancion De Cuna Para Un Bebe Del Ano 2000 (6:33)
La Invasion De Los Monjes (10:43)
Mi Amigo Tarzan (9:03)
Review: Horacio Chivo Borraro is an Argentine saxophonist who toured with many bands and artists in the 1960s and 70s. His album Blues Para Un Cosmonauta is a curt four-tracker of naive-not-naive free jazz and avant-garde spiritualisms, all of which, in theme, collapse the boundary between actual space exploration and that of the figurative astral plane. A comparatively rare jazz record, now reissued in greater numbers, its mystique is backed up by its musical dubiousness, with quizzically trilling synths on the title track, or the potent and full-bodied electric pianos on 'Cancion De Cuna Para Un Bebe Del Ano 2000', spreading both confusion and delight.
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Mr Bongo Edits Volume 1: Danny Krivit
Sabu Martinez - "Hotel Alyssa Soussie" (6:36)
Nico Gomez & His Afro Percussion Inc - "Lupita" (7:16)
Review: Mr Bongo continue to churn out top-quality re-edits and here they enlist Danny Krivit aka. Mr. K, the New York producer who has longstandingly helped prop up the dance scene there since the early 1960s. Krivit is responsible for perhaps some of the earliest and most significant disco and funk edits on Earth, so we're more than happy to hear these new ones out, in which he lends his ear to two mambi from Latin extraordinaires Sabu Martinez and Nico Gomez. Percussive clanks and boxy slaps abound on this audiophiles' charm.
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 in stock HK$109.77
De Borondo
Cat: ELPALMASLP 32. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Cuando Llegue La Ley (2:56)
Somos Los Hijos Del Sol (3:41)
Mi Burrita (3:05)
Salto Palante (3:28)
 in stock HK$215.45
Caribbean Sea
Cat: CACHAPAS 01. Rel: 26 May 23
Dominican Republic (5:05)
Colombia (4:38)
Venezuela (5:09)
 in stock HK$136.21
Salsoul (2xLP)
Cat: SALSADELP 001. Rel: 03 Nov 04
Mi Nube
Muchacho Ordinario
When Sunny Gets Blue
Mujer Mia
Latin Strut
Peace, Friendship, Solidarity
Aftershower Funk
Continental Square Dance
 in stock HK$168.71
Relafica Negra En Tiempo De Siembra
Un Dos Tres Y Fuera Vs Gaudi & Don Letts - "Relafica Negra En Tiempo De Siembra" (Gaudi & Don Letts aka The Rebel Dread) (3:49)
Cumbia Moderna De Soledad - "Busca Perro" (Greg Foat & James Thorpe remix) (3:52)
Review: Cultural icon Don Letts joins forces here with the masterful musician Greg Foat and producer James Thorpe to make a new entry into the Relatin project series. It is one where artists engaged with Latin musical roots from another era and update them for the here and now. Here they bring plenty of heavy dub vibes and great special awareness to a tune by Venezuelans Un Dos Tres. Greg Foat & James Thorpe also step up with a remix that is just as heavy and summery.
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Tags: Latin | Latin Jazz | Dub Reggae
 in stock HK$97.48
Cat: CLMN 119. Rel: 06 May 13
Firewalker (3:52)
Chalupa (4:45)
Review: Few bands live up to their name in the way Jungle Fire do; fusing Cumbia, Afrobeat and trad funk, each JF jam blazes the floor with real power. "Firewalker" is the buzz-cut here, swaggering with Afro-disco confidence; it's all about the epic horn Q&A and cutlass-sharp guitar lick. "Chalupa" takes a deeper route into the dancefloor by way of a classic soul riff that sways to-and-fro before breaking down into a more staccato rhythm. Watch out for the pay-off... Those jazz horns are a delight to behold!
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Selassie (7" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MSH 109. Rel: 29 Jan 21
Selassie (part 1) (4:09)
Selassie (part 2) (3:58)
Review: The first release from the Ethiopian Brothers, 2019's 'Ashadwa', was a brilliant slab of Afro-funk that many erroneously believed to be a long-lost classic. In fact, it was the work of a contemporary producer associated with Jalepeno Records. Regardless, the record sounded authentically old and dusty, as does this equally as inspired sequel. 'Selassie (Part 1)' sets the tone, with the producer and his session musicians serving up a righteous Afro-funk workout rich in Tony Allen influenced drum-breaks, flanged guitars, raw tenor sax lines and killer bass guitar. Even more righteous is the flipside 'Part 2' version that showcases more snaking sax lines and some seriously infectious, chant-like vocals.
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 in stock HK$85.38
Malombo Jazz Vol 2 (reussie)
Cat: STRUT 315. Rel: 25 May 23
Ngivulele (3:10)
Udondolo (3:18)
Soul Of Africa (3:16)
Jolly Journey (2:32)
Umkhosi (3:04)
Majazana (2:53)
Abbey's Body (3:20)
Vukani (2:16)
Hleziphi (4:20)
Sibathathu (2:38)
Malombi Walk (3:43)
Emoubane (2:14)
Review: Malombo Jazz Makers was first formed in Mamelodi township near Pretoria. They used the name Malombo Jazz Men and included Julian Bahula on malombo drums, Abbey Cindi on flute and Philip Tabane on guitar. They were known as one of the first outfits to fuse South African musical heritage with jazz and set out on tour, but soon found their creative differences so the lineup changed with Tabanbe out and Mamelodi-based guitarist Lucas "Lucky" Ranku brought in under the new name. Their debut album came in 1966 and the follow-up, Malombo Jazz Makers Vol. 2, came a year later. It is full of earthy flow and is a landmark of South African jazz.
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Tags: Afro Jazz
 in stock HK$162.56
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