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Eastern Standard Time – Clockwork (LP)
Orange   Vinyl

19,90 €*
VA – Jukebox Mambo Volume IV: Afro-Latin Accents In Rhythm & Blues 1946-1962 (DOLP)
Download card included. Ten years after our initial survey of Afro-Latin accented rhythm & blues from the mid-century, Jazzman proudly presents a fourth installment, packed with as many musical surprises as the first. With music plucked from an era spanning the late 1940s into the early 60s, Jukebox Mambo IV highlights yet again the unparalleled musical creativity of the post war era, and shows how the infusion of afro-latin rhythms was key to these revolutions. Lovingly and painstakingly researched and curated, the album boasts 23 tracks, many previously uncompiled, touching on jazz, blues, doo wop, calypso, rock & roll, gospel and more. Featuring individual track notes for every song along with some never seen before photographs of the artists, Jukebox Mambo Vol IV maintains the same high production values of each previous volume, and indeed the wider Jazzman catalogue.

28,90 €*
VA – Perú Selv​á​tico - Sonic Expedition Into The Peruvian Amazon 1972​-​1986 (DOLP)
DL+Booklet Less than a hundred miles inland from the capital city of Lima lies the great Peruvian jungle, an untamed land of impenetrable forests and endless winding rivers. In its isolated cities, cut off from the fashions of the capital, a unique style of music began to develop, inspired equally by the sounds of the surrounding forests, the roll of the mighty Amazon and Ucayali Rivers, and the rhythms of cumbia picked up from distant stations on transistor radios. With the arrival of electricity, a new generation of young musicians started plugging in their guitars and trading in their accordions for synthesizers: Amazonian cumbia was born.Powered by fast-paced timbale rhythms, driven by spidery, treble-damaged guitar lines, and drenched in bright splashes of organ, Amazonian cumbia was like a hyperactive distant cousin of surf music crossed with an all-night dance party in the heart of the forest. While many of the genre’s greatest tracks were instrumental, and others were simple celebrations of life in the jungle, the goal of every song was to keep the party going.Radio stations in Lima remained unaware of the new electric sounds emanating from the jungle, but a handful of pioneeringrecord producers ventured over the mountain passes to the cities of Tarapoto, Moyobamba, Pucallpa – even Iquitos, a cityreachable only by boat or plane – and lured dozens of bands to the recording studios of the capital to lay down their besttracks. Although many became local hits, few were ever heard outside the Amazonian region … until now.With eighteen tracks from some of the greatest names in Amazonian cumbia, Perú Selvatico is both the improbable soundtrackto a beach party on a banks of the Amazon and a psychedelic safari into the sylvan mysteries of the Peruvian jungle.

39,90 €*
Sonido Verde de Moyobamba – Sonido Verde de Moyobamba (LP)
Formed in 1980 by guitar prodigy Leonardo Vela Rodriguez, Sonido Verde de Moyobamba created some of the hardest, craziest Cumbia to emerge from the Peruvian jungle. With distorted, surf-addled guitar facing off against lysergic organ and hyperactive tropical rhythms, Sonido Verde conjured the organic sound of the dense forests surrounding their hometown while riding their dance-party grooves to dizzying psychedelic peaks.Compiled by Analog Africa, Sonido Verde de Moyobamba presents eight ultra-rare tracks of guitar and organ madness drawn from the band’s five albums recorded for Discos Universal between 1981 and 1987. Pressed on Sun Yellow colored vinyl, housed in a screen-printed jacket and strictly limited to 2000 copies, Sonido Verde is a definitive trip into the heart of the jungle.

36,90 €*
Joe Bataan – Gypsy Woman (LP)
Gypsy Woman is Joe Bataan's 1967 debut album featuring the King of Latin Soul's classic swinging and vibrant sounds, led by the musical direction of Fania Records cofounder Johnny Pacheco. The title track is a nod to The Impressions' 1961 hit of the same name. Other highlights include the boogaloo jam "So Fine," and Bataan's signature, soulful tune "Ordinary Guy." This reissue features all-analog mastering from the original tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and is pressed on 180-gram vinyl.

36,90 €*
Mista Savona – Havana Meets Kingston Part 2 (DOLP)
"Havana Meets Kingston Part 2"ist ein zeitloses Album, das keinem aktuellen Pop-Trend verfolgt. Der modernste Track ist "Beat con Flow", ein sehr kubanischer uptempo Disco-, Funk-, Soul-Hybrid mit Cimafunk, der inzwischen ein Superstar in seiner Heimat ist.

29,90 €*
VA - Instrumental Gems Vol.3 - Spanish Bossa Nova 1972/1977 (LP)
Limited Edition 500 Copies

22,90 €*
Manu Chao, Chalart58 – Inna Reggae Style (LP)

23,90 €*
VA - Saturno 2000-La Rebajada De Los Sonideros 1962​-​1983 (DOLP)

37,90 €*
Grupo Controle Digital - A Festa E Nossa (LP)
Reissue, Remastered

22,90 €*