Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Pile 2 (click on photo to enlarge)

A selection of front covers of some of the lps contained within this pile can be seen below, Including lps by Ali Farka Toure, Feso Trombone, Malombo, Dr Orlando Orwoh, Oriental brothers International, and an early orig recording of Kwela penny whistle music.

LPs in this pile are... Stranger than Paradise - John Lurie Soundtrack, Harry Beckett- Pictures of You, "English" -BBC, Shirati Jazz- Benga Beat, Super Diamono De Dakar- Soweto, Nass El Chiwane - Hommage a Boudjemaa, Feso Trombone- Freedom Train, Mahotella Queens- Izibani Zomgqashiyo, Sunny Ade and his African Beats- Syncro System, Super Boiro Band (Syliphone LP) Odion's Juju and the Beatles- Featuring Fagbola and the Turtles, Baaba Maal- Wango, Stars of Ghana (Decca orig), The Guitar and the Gun, Harari- Heatwave, Mali Music- Legendary bands of Mali (sterns) Multiple copies, Orchestra Makassy- Agwaya, The Daktaris (multiple copies) - Soul Explosion, Gnawa Night, Oriental Brothers International- led by G.Kabaka Opara, King Sunny Ade- Conscience, Sunny Okosuns- Ozidizm, Bra Sello, The Masuluke Kids- Sax Accordian Hits, Dr Orlando Owoh and his Omimah Band, Dr Orlando Owoh and his Omimah Band, Sandra Sings with Fela Kuti- Upside Down, The Palm Wine Sounds of S.E.Rogie, Fela Kuti- Confusion Breaks Bones, Ebenezer Obey- The Horse the Man and His Son, Great African Highlife Music Vol 2, Akendengue- Africa Obota, Saka Acouaye- Gold Coast, Saturday Night, Ethiopian Modern Instrumental Hits, Ethio Jazz- Mulatu Astatke, Flute Kwela Africa,Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey and his Inter-Reformers Band, Obeche Ozena, Proph A Ogbuotobo, African Acoustic Vol 1, Songs The Swahili Sing, Marrakech et le pays des Kasbahs, Mahotella Queens- Pitsa Tse Koolo, Cheb Khaled- Hada Raykoum, Ali & Tams avec L'orchestre Malo, Mali La Nuit des Griots- Ousmane Sacko Yakare Diabate en concert, Rakotozafy- Valiha Malaza, Super Diamono Dakar- Live, Moroccan Folk Music, Malopoets- Fire, Mahlatini- Pheletsong ya Lerato, Marxist Brothers- Kunjere Kunjere, Mbube Roots- Zulu Choral Music from SA 1930s-1960s, Zani Diabate and the Super Djata Band, Prince Nico Mbarga & Rocafil Jazz, Abdel Aziz Mubarak,

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