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  • 01. Giannis Hasiklis (Yannis the Hash Smoker)
    02. Kaike Ena Scholeio (A School Was Burned)
    03. Troumba
    04. Isouna Xipoliti (You Were Barefoot)
    05. Dertlidhikos Horos
    06. Stin Ypoga (In The Basement)
    07. Ap' Tin Porta Sou Perno (I Pass By Your Door)
    08. Toumbeleki Toumbeleki
    09. Me Pianoune Zaladhes (Dizziness Overcomes Me)
    10. Touto To Kalokeraki (This Summer)
    11. Adinatisa O Kaimenos (I Became Thin)
    12. I Fylaki Einai Scholeio (The Jail's a Fine School)
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    A. Kostis

    The Jail's a Fine School

    [engl] Back in print!!! Groundbreaking collection of the legendary “Kostis,” the most enigmatic of all Greek rebetika artists. 12 tracks of dark and moody open-tuned guitar duets and black-humor lyrics chronicling the hash dens, prison culture and pickpockets of old Athens. Includes a 28 page booklet with extensive notes by Tony Klein (Greek Rhapsody, Mortika), full lyrics in Greek and English, and many previously unpublished photographs.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    17.03.2020
     
  • 01. Doina
    02. Tsamiko Makedonias
    03. Rast Taxim
    04. Triantaphyllia
    05. Hitzas Taxim
    06. Seifo
    07. Ipirotiko Moiroloi
    08. Arvanitikos
    09. Skizo Rizo Mor' Panaghio
    10. Liaskovitikos
    11. Strotos Horos
    12. Ipirotiko Moiroloi
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    ALEXIS ZOUMBAS

    Fire on the Bayou

    [engl] Violinist Alexis Zoumbas immigrated from the mountains of northern Greece to NYC in the 1910s, where he recorded with the great Marika Papagika before cutting his own instrumental sessions with small string ensembles. Zoumbas had the rare gift of expressing emotion so clearly and urgently through his instrument, and his violin feels like an extension of his heart, soul, and the deep musical history of his faraway home in Epirus. Zoumbas' original recordings were recently uncovered in pristine condition and have been restored in astonishingly clear and present sound quality. This new compilation features previously unissued takes and stunning solo improvisations. LP and digital versions include an 8 page booklet with extensive biographical notes, and is co-released by Orpheum Phonograph, Olvido Records, and Mississippi Records.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    01.08.2019
     
  • CRAVIC, DOMINIQUE & LES PRIMITIVES DU FUTUR

    Resume des Episodes Precedents

    [engl] • First ever anthology of Les Primitifs du Futur with new exclusive cover artwork by legendary comic book author Robert Crumb Nicknamed the Primdufs, they are neither Smurfs nor cave dwellers, just a happy collective of musicians who always have their instruments at the ready. They all have an inexplicable passion for a musical genre that some could consider obsolete, outdated and antique: the French ‘valse musette’ (a kind of popular swing waltz music, ndlt). But let’s be clear, this has nothing in common with the smutty chords of popular balls and singalongs in little town halls, nor with the trills of another generation linked to names like Horner or Verchuren in afternoon tea dances. No, this is ‘bal musette’ with balls, genuine, virile, authentic, and athletic, which used to get the blokes and the birds jivingin the no-man’s land of demolished forts around what the Parisians call Paname. Seen like that it is easy to imagine that the Primitifs du Futur, for that is their name, enjoy carefully recreating in minute detail museum pieces from the pungent remains of past festivals. It is more than that. Because though these noble savages like rummaging around in 1920s Paris, they don’t shy away from including rhythms from all over the planet, rhumba from Zaireto, gypsy jazz, Hindu waltzes or Argentine tango, blues, ‘paso doble’ or ‘chanson réaliste’. It all began in 1986, when Dominique Cravic, ‘’ukukeke’’ champion and a renowned guitarist who learned from jazzmen like Lee Konitz or Larry Coryell and also played with Georges Moustaki and Henri Salvador, met a certain Robert Crumb. Yes, the legendary comic book author from the great days of the US psychedelic underground in the 70s, the creator of Fritz the Cat and Mr Natural in person, the same man who also created the cover for ‘’Cheap Thrills’’ by Janis Joplin. Crumb plays banjo and mandolin, collects 78 sof blues, jazz and… musette. The two cronies then composed their own made-to-measure orchestra, alongside many famous names including accordionist Daniel Colin, clarinettist Bertrand Auger, saxophonist Daniel Huck, bassist Jean-Philippe Viret or singer Claire Elzière (sorry, it’s impossible to name them all). This great group has recorded four albums since 1986 (all with sleeves drawn by Crumb), some including guest stars such as Pierre Barouh, Jean-Jacques Milteau, AllainLeprest, Sanseverino or Olivia Ruiz. For thirty years, the Primitifs du Futur have carried the torch of musette to the four corners of the earth, from fiestas to festivals, and today release a double vinyl, entitled ‘Résumé des épisodes précédents’ which brings together the best of their adventures. It is a refreshing and heartening cocktail of ‘’world tribal musette’’, as they call it, which, in these electro digital times, has a rejuvenating effect, amagic swing potion. Les Primitifs du Futur take us back to the future. ‘’THE PRIMITIFS DU FUTUR travel on sound waves back in time to the early twentieth century and make the world seem like a far better place than it ever actually was. I cant get the band's music off my turntable or out of my head. Accordion, mandolin, harmonica, saxophone, musical saw, and beautiful haunting melodies—what’s not to love? Even their sad songs make me happy.’’ Art Spiegelman. • 2xLP with 20 page booklet with all Crumb previous artworks for the band’s albums plus unseen photos 1500 copies - No Repress
    Format
    DoLP
    Release-Datum
    13.04.2019
    EAN
    EAN 3491570057827
     
  • 01. Colosse De Rhodes
    02. Sous La Mer C'est Calme
    03. Samarcande
    04. Sayyara
    05. La Ville
    06. Le Vide
    07. Tamam
    08. El Bahr
    09. Ultra Moderne Solitude 2
    10. Yaaa Yaaa Yaaa

    CYRIL CYRIL

    Certaines Ruines

    [engl] Of all the Cyrils born in the city of Calvin at the dawn of the 80s, these two were bound to find each other. Two Cyrils like two dizygotic souls whose contingencies have brought their meeting forward. Cyril Cyril. A liberated hydra, born in this city of diplomats where Borges duplicated his rejuvenated ego in “The Other”. On the ruins of their worn out bands, they put together an innately cosmopolitan empire. Because these Cyrils have devoured miles, away from their Genovese haven. A muezzin without borders, Cyril Yeterian came to the disheveled world through Mama Rosin, a three-piece that stirred the ghosts of the rogue bayou, the clammy Mardi Gras of some electric Louisiana. Soon, the world fell in love with their flair. The BBC celebrated them, Jon Spencer produced them, records proliferated. And then in 2017, the honeymoon period passed. Cyril was alone. Well, not quite: music kept popping up around him. Inside his Bongo Joe record store, on the label of the same name, in the underground DJ sets he stirred up, Yeterian explored like crazy, in a binge of exiled grooves. Within the same space-time, Cyril Bondi hit the road. Diatribes, La Tène, Insub Meta Orchestra, the most adventurous projects of the Geneva scene all had a bone to pick with this percussionist in search of unheard beats. He, as well, traveled, experienced the ascent, the euphoria of the peaks and then the fall. Plaistow, his mediumistic, hypnotic jazz band, heckled the saturated world of piano-bass-drums trios and won hearts through Europe and the East. Until the breaking point. So Bondi started looking for premises to drop his equipment. He found better: an accomplice for musical prospecting, another Cyril in tune with his rebellious instinct. Enough with leaning upon solid piers like a Colossus of Rhodes. This adventure required new baggage, a new language. Cyril and Cyril were in the same boat, and both took the plunge. A guitarist and an accordionist, Cyril Y. took on the banjo, adding effect pedals to it to turn it into a puny bouzouki, an epic ba?lama or a krar. Cyril B. cobbled some cannibal drum kit together, with massive jingle bells and tropical nut shells embedded in his marching bass drum. You should have seen these two, on a populous festival night, bringing a narrow club to fever pitch by summoning utopian Neguses. Playing new Berbers, provoking unlikely seismic soukous in a trance that has as much to do with the hippie giddiness as with Fraggle Rock. Indeed, for Cyril Cyril, music is a way of the world, a joyful decentration offering new keys to comprehend chaos. The point here has nothing to do with some globalized country excursion nor some gluten-free exoticism. Beneath the beach lie the paving stones. Politics always end up showing on the surface of these exhilarating chants, of these skeletal grooves. Apart from tracing back the family pathway of some belatedly-adopted Lebanese dialect, Cyril Yeterian chants rhapsodies in French, the merciless terms of which say it all about coming insurrections. Thus, “La ville”, a Doorsian declamation in which the epic eloquence of a Goncourt Prizewinner – Texaco by Patrick Chamoiseau – meets the Invisible Commitee’s poetic prophecies. Thus, “Ultra moderne solitude 2”, that has more to do with Alain Péters than Alain Souchon, with this question "Where are the souls / to take up arms with”. Nothing yet likely to make Certaines Ruines a wordy lampoon of hoaxers, of neo-post-everything killjoys. Since, let’s face it, “the leviathan is intimidating” (“Sous la mer c’est calme”), Cyril Cyril knows the superior power of suggestion, of temperance, of happy sobriety. A single word, a single cry can say a lot, as long as it is soulful. The sound of a duo reduced to its simplest expression – rhythm, a riff, a voice – can bear within itself an infinitely luxuriant musical organism – the double helix of DNA. Cyril Cyril, so real, so rich.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    18.09.2018
    EAN
    EAN 3521381549904
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    18.09.2018
    EAN
    EAN 3521383449899
     
  • 01. Die Offenbacher Ku?chenzersto?rung
    02. Im Irish Pub
    03. Der Mann am Siegestor
    04. Reggae fu?r Peter-Paul Zahl
    05. Nix
    06. Insan
    07. Aufruf
    08. Gertrudisplatz (Oi! The Tresen)
    09. In den Zillertaler Alpen
    10. Sieben Simitringe
    11. Aufruf
    12. Das weiche Wasser
    13. Die ewige Apfelweinscha?nke Pompidou
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    DAS LUNSENTRIO

    69 Arten den Pubrock zu spielen

    So unbestritten die wunderbar kreative Kraft der Destruktion im Fall von z.B. Keith Moons Sprengsatzlegungen, Niki de Saint Phalles Schießbildern oder Pogo in der Straßenbahn ist, so unbesonnen wird leider auch schnell dahergeplappert, dass jede Zerstörung immer auch ein Anfang ist. DIE OFFENBACHER KÜCHENZERSTÖRUNG zumindest ist einer, nämlich der Opening Track des neuen LUNSENTRIO-Albums 69 ARTEN DEN PUBROCK ZU SPIELEN und somit auch der Startschuss beim neuen Label (TAPETE). Das Lunsentrio sind: An Klavier und Synthesizern Nick McCarthy (bis vor kurzem Gitarist und Keyboarder bei den Rockbands Franz Ferdinand und FFS) und am Schlagzeug Sebastian „Seb-I“ Kellig (Dub-Produzent in London im East Londoner Sausage Studio, das er gemeinsam mit Nick betreibt), sowie drittens der in Berlin lebende Künstler und Lyriker Hank Schmidt in der Beek, aus dessen Feder die Texte kommen. Viertens spielt Martin Tagar (Friends of Gas, Das Weiße Pferd) die Lunsengitarre und schließlich am Bass Albert Pöschl (Suzie Trio, Das Weiße Pferd, Murena Murena, Grexits, The Sound of Money, King of Japan, Jason Arigato, u.v.a.), in dessen Münchner Echokammer alles vom aktuellen Album aufgenommen wurde was nicht in Nicks Sausage-Studio-Dependance auf dem Bayrischen Land aufgenommen wurde.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    22.10.2021
    EAN
    EAN 4015698136975
     
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    DOS HERMANOS

    Ich auch

    Die einmalige doppelte One-Man-Band ist wieder da. Maßgeschneidert schlecht sitzende Anzüge, Megaphon und Blecheimer, ellenlange Listen mit Berufen die mit SCH anfangen, sowie maßgeschneidert gut sitzende Songs haben sie im Gepäck. Und den Rufer sowieso. Anschnallen.
    Format
    LP 180gr
    Release-Datum
    07.05.2008
     
  • 01. Karachi
    02. Tarz
    03. Šah
    04. Farah
    05. Al-Batra
    06. Karavana
    07. Suza
    08. Faza
    09. Nah
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    FRANOLIC & CULAP & JOVANOVIC

    Faza

    [engl] Dražen Franoli?, Kamenko ?ulap and Marko Jovanovi? began their musical collaboration in 2016 after meeting by chance. Their collaboration resulted in many live performances and also in a studio album titled Put (Path). Less than three years later, the trio has recorded nine new songs that together make up their second album Faza (Phase). The fitting title refers to a form of musical expression in which these skilled musicians currently feel most comfortable. Their compositions are played on instruments such as the Arabic lute, also known as the oud, which becomes hypnotic and gains a special meditativeness in the hands of Dražen Franoli?, the mouth organ, played by Marko Jovanovi?, adding melancholia and warmth, and traditional percussion instruments like tar, mazar and udu, on which Kamenko ?ulap adds rhythms. The trio's arrangements – a blend of the rhythms of the Balkans, Indian ragas and elements of Jazz and Blues – are made up of Arabic scales, maqamas. Spontaneously and unobtrusively they have been turned into new musical forms. Most of the album's song titles are abbreviations of the names of original maqamas. Nah, for example, is an acronym for the Nahawand-Kabir maqama.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    22.02.2019
    EAN
    EAN 705604992422
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    22.02.2019
    EAN
    EAN 705604992415
     
  • 01. Jasmin
    02. Sab-A'a
    03. Moj behare
    04. Sablja
    05. Vrelo
    06. Kanjira
    07. Put
    08. Stade se cvije?e rosom kititi
    09. Bujrum
    10. Hum

    FRANOLIC & CULAP & JOVANOVIC

    Put

    [engl] The FRANOLIC & CULAP & JOVANOVIC trio performs original compositions inspired by Arabian, Turkish, Balkan and Indian music, as well as blues and jazz. The sound they create is directly influenced by their native region, the Balkans. Their main starting point was the Balkan sentiment and local folk music. They then went on to complete their expression with individual interests of each musician - jazz, blues and ethno. The meditative oud and the warmth and melancholy of the harmonica are seamlessly imbued with the exotic percussion’s rhythm.
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    28.11.2016
    EAN
    EAN 8606102083853
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    28.11.2016
    EAN
    EAN 8606102083860
     
  • 01. Cvor
    02. Zvezde
    03. Jedan
    04. Omota
    05. Jedan
    06. Zlato
    07. Mehanizmi
    08. Reka
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    IGRALOM

    Sunovrat

    [engl] Igralom somehow take the power tool noise of the Repetitor and blend it with a Tinarewen endless horizon blues trip couched in a Jimi Hendrix virtuoso flights of pure electricity. - John Robb, Louder Than War
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    15.11.2018
    EAN
    EAN 705604992439
     
  • 01. Hasret
    02. Giden
    03. Hos Geldin Kadinim
    04. Kiz Çocugu
    05. Herkes Gibisin
    06. Yagma Sofrasi
    07. Alamanya
    08. Aksam Erken Iner Mapushaneye
    09. Baris Dikeni
    10. Ister Frengistanda Ister Içerde
    11. Kara Bahtim
    12. Bu Biçim
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    KARACA, CEM

    Hasret

    [engl] First ever vinyl reissue of the fifth album by the Turkish legend. "Hasret", based on poems by Nazim Hikmet, was originally released in 1980, while Cem was living in Germany. A good example of Anatolian Pop / Rock, featuring great songs & production (lots of analogue synths) and the incredible, powerful voice of Cem.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    30.10.2017
    EAN
    EAN 4040824085094
     
  • 01. Niavent manes
    02. I Kammomatou
    03. Matzore manes
    04. Den me toumbaris
    05. Ola ta meri skoteina
    06. S'ena glenti ta mplexa
    07. Arnaki
    08. Peismatariko
    09. Tzivaeri manes
    10. Moustaar manes
    11. Rast manes
    12. Nini manes
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    MARIKA POLITISSA

    All Parts Dark

    [engl] Marika "Politissa" Frantzeskopoulou was a Greek singer from Constantinople, reknowned for her precise, fluid and graceful performances and depth of feeling. Backed by some of the best musicians of the era on lyra, violin, oud, kanonaki and guitar, Marika’s repertoire and techniques drew from Byzantine and Ottoman musical traditions. She possessed an ability to devastate her audience through her expressions of grief, exile, and tragic love, running the gamut of cafe aman, torch songs, lilting and fragile odes to heartache, heavy Piraeus style rebetika, and ecstatic Near-Eastern climaxes, all with a visceral sense of atmosphere, emotion, and fatalism. Marika’s voice is complimented beautifully by her backing musicians, creating a pulsing acoustic foundation over which her voice soars with clarity and purpose. LP version includes a 12 page color booklet with rare photographs, full lyrics, and extensive notes (Bandcamp version includes booklet in PDF format). Produced in collaboration with Tony Klein (Greek Rhapsody, Mortika) and Stavros Kourousis (From Tambouras to Bouzouki) and co-released by Olvido Records (A. Kostis, Alexis Zoumbas).
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    17.12.2020
     
  • 01. Dejé de Quererte
    02. Volveré a Soñar
    03. No Me Quieres, No
    04. El Chico Que Yo Más Quiero
    05. Ya No Te Guardo Rencor
    06. Todo Pasó
    07. Tu Mal Comportamiento
    08. No Llores Más
    09. Yo Sé Que Tú Me Querías
    10. Buscando Alegría
    11. Serás Mi Luz
    12. Quiero Que Tú Me Beses
    13. Son Las Cosas Del Amor
    14. Eres Fiel A Tus Caprichos.
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    MORENA Y CLARA

    No llores más

    [engl] The apparition of Spanish female duo Las Grecas with their Gipsy–Rock sound in the 70s created quite a boom in the Spanish market at the time and paved the way for other similar gipsy–rock duos. Morena y Clara were one of them. Launched by bizarre flamenco producer Lauren Postigo, they released a string of 45s and three LPs (highly sought after now) for the Discophon label. They mixed Rumba, Flamenco, Psychedelic Rock, Funk and Disco Music featuring an amazing production (heavy drums, fuzz–wah–phaser electric guitars, Moog, Hammond) over the wild flamenco female vocals of the duo. Featuring their psychotronic hits like "No llores más", "Dejé de quererte", "Buscando alegría" and more.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2017
     
  • 01. Die schwarze Katze
    02. Die Ballade vom treuen Fischer
    03. Die Silberhochzeit
    04. Das letzte Schiff
    05. Strandräuberballade
    06. Meister Adebar
    07. Kein Seemannsgarn
    08. Der letzte Tote der Erebus
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    TIM THOELKE

    Böse See

    "Auf Tim Thoelkes Debüt-Album »Böse See« führt uns der Sänger und Autor auf eine außergewöhnliche, faszinierende und manchmal tödliche Seereise. Wir begeben uns von der beschaulichen Küste zu den Docks und in schmuddelige Hafenbars, stechen in See, wo wir auf Walfische, Perlenfischerinnen und Fabeltiere treffen, erleiden Schiffbruch und enden schließlich im Packeis der Arktis. In den acht Liedern fährt sowohl die Grenzenlosigkeit als auch die Gefahr des Meeres mit, man spürt Fern- und Heimweh, lauscht gespannt den Geschichten über Verrat, Mord und Liebe, versinkt in scheinbar uralten Geschichten und veritablem Seemannsgarn. Thoelke textet so, dass man die salzige Gischt förmlich im Gesicht zu spüren meint, man glaubt das Rauschen der Wellen zu hören, dürstet und friert mit den Protagonisten der Songs. Neben klassischen Songtexten hat der Autor zum Teil komplexe, erzählende Gedichte mit vielen Strophen erschaffen, die ohne Weiteres auch in einem Buch mit lyrischen Balladen erscheinen könnten. Zu den Texten passt neben Thoelkes sonorer Stimme perfekt die bildmalerische Vertonung des friesischen Multiinstrumentalisten Tim Gressler, der geschmackvoll, klug und einfühlsam die Stimmung der jeweiligen Songs auf den Punkt bringt. Spielerisch verwandelt sich der Ausnahmemusiker in Sekunden vom unscheinbaren Barpianisten zum exaltierten Bluesgitarristen, setzt in einem Moment zu einem epochalen Gitarrensolo an, um im nächsten mit schweren Grooves am Bass zu brillieren."
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    09.04.2021
    EAN
    EAN 9120083370911
    Format
    CD
    Release-Datum
    09.04.2021
    EAN
    EAN 9120083370904
     
  • 01. Gol
    02. Baila La Rumba
    03. El Gitano Andrés
    04. Toma Que Dle
    05. Recuerdos
    06. Temporal
    07. Tamara
    08. Déjame
    09. Sacromonte
    10. Marinero
    11. Por Culpita De Mi Mal Pensá
    12. Vente Conmigo
    13. Si Te Quiero
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    TRIGAL

    Baila Mi Rumba

    [engl] Gypsy rumba–funk & flamenco pop courtesy of TRIGAL, the grooviest & funkiest band from the Spanish ’70s rumba scene. 13 tracks taken from their sought after LPs and 45s, originally released on the legendary Belter label, 1976–77. Heavy drums, percussion, deep bass, wah wah, electric guitar, horns, funk / blaxpoitation touches, gypsy female vocals...
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    29.09.2017
     
  • 01. Las Penas (La Caña)
    02. Si Yo Volviera A Nacer (Aires De Huelva)
    03. Tiene Bigotes (Tanguillos)
    04. Yo Soy Nube Pasajera (Bamberas) – 05. Navegan Mis Pensamientos (Alegrías)
    06. A Nadie Se Le Ha "Ocurrío"
    07. Eres Lava De Un Volcán (Javeras) – B3: Sufrimientos (Tangos)
    08. Y La Razón (Seguiriyas)
    09. Mis Venas (Malagueña)
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    TURRONERO, EL

    New Hondo

    [engl] An otherworldly mix of Cosmic Disco, Funk, Boogie and traditional Flamenco styles by Spanish "cantaor" El Turronero!! Featuring the legendary Josep Llobell (Oliver’s Planet, Enterprise...) at the controls. "New Hondo" was originally released in 1980 on the Spanish Belter label and in a similar way to Camarón’s "La leyenda del tiempo", it was an adventurous project where the producers tried to modernize traditional flamenco music. Featuring an amazing studio production (analogue keyboards, synths, disco drums & orchestrations, electric sitar...), it includes the cosmic disco classic "Las Penas", the psychedelic funk of "Si yo volviera a nacer" and more.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    29.09.2017
     
  • 01. Rita Abadzi - I Margarita (1937)
    02. Anestis Delias - To Haremi Sto Hamam (1936)
    03. K. Kostis - Troumba (1931)
    04. Rosa Eskenazi - Mas Kynigoun Ton Argile (1933)
    05. Markos Vamvakaris - I Klostirou (1933)
    06. Yiorgos Kavouras - Dhen Tha'rtho Peia Stin Kokkinia (1919)
    07. Adonis Kalivopoulos - Paraponioude I Mages Mas (1933)
    08. Rita Abadzi - Markopouliotissa (1933)
    09. El. Melemenlis - Tsifte Telli (1930)
    10. Michailis Yentsaris - Ego Mangas Fenomouna (1937)
    11. A. Kostis - Me Pianoune Zaladhes (1931)
    12. Marika Politissa - Melachrinoula (1931)
    13. Markos Vamvakaris & Apostolos Hadzichristos - To Portofoli (1919)
    14. Stellakis Perpiniadis - Hthes To Vradi Ston Teke (1933)
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    V/A

    I'm Burning I'm Burning: Rembetika Gems From The Greek Underground

    [engl] This compilation features some great examples of rebetika songs from the 20's and 30's including some well known artists like Rosa Eskenazi, Markos Vamvakaris, Anestis Delias, Rita Abadzi and others. An excellent overview of the phenomenon for anyone interested in southern European folk music history.
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    06.05.2020
     
  • 01. Rumba Tres – Rumbita, Tru, La, La
    02. Dolores Vargas "La Terremoto" – A La Pelota
    03. Rosa Morena – Quiero Café
    04. Lola Flores – La Bomba Gitana
    05. Chango – Kikilibú
    06. El Noi – Zorongo Rock
    07. Los Candelos – Te Estoy Amando Locamente
    08. Lola Flores y Antonio González – Muchacho Barrigón
    09. Teresiya – El Perro de San Roque – 10. El Principe Gitano – ¡Ay Amor! (Jazz Gitano)
    11. Los Candelos – Bailen Mi Rumbita
    12. Chango – El Guapo
    13. La Marelu – Mora Cantaora
    14. Dolores Abril – Triniá.
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    V/A

    Rumbita Buena

    [engl] From the archives of the legendary BELTER and DISCOPHON labels, essential to understand the birth of the Catalan Rumba and Flamenco–Pop genre in Spain, we’ve selected 14 dance–friendly tracks taken from overlooked LPs and 45s. This is the real gipsy–funk sound, full of screaming flamenco vocals, funk drums, electric guitars, wah–wah, organ, electric bass, exotic percussions, soulish horns, latin and even oriental touches...
    Format
    LP
    Release-Datum
    22.02.2018
     
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    V/A

    Schallbladd

    Wahnsinn! Endlich am Start! Mit wunderschönem Beigleitheft! Die Songs auf diese Schallplatte sind ein umwerfendes Beispiel für das, was ein Punk-Papst einmal als „fetzige schwäbische Moralschocker“ feierte und ein Pop-Papst als „neo-pietistische Protestlieder“ verhöhnte. Wer hat nun Recht? Eins jedenfalls ist klar: Die gut zwei Dutzend Leute, die an „Schallbladd“ beteiligt waren, wissen, was geht und was nicht. Griffig und spekulativ zugleich präsentieren sie uns einen bisher kaum bekannten Diskurs, der über Generationen hinweg gehegt und gepflegt wurde. Ob als krasser Schwank, ulkige Spuk- und Spaßgeschichte, erschütterndes Märchen oder befreiender Popsong – schwäbische Popkultur hat es immer schon verstanden, virtuos zwischen den Polen ‚gemütlich‘ und ‚ungemütlich‘ zu changieren. So auch hier! Fast 30 Jahre nach der semi-legendären Postpunk-Kompilation „Schwabesäkel International“ (1983) dokumentiert „Schallbladd“ heute den Status Quo. Und was für geniale Schnapsideen wahr geworden sind! Jeder Tic ein Treffer! Man sieht Masken wandern und hört fremde Zungen singen. Entsprechend dem Motto ‚Lokal lieben, global klingen‘ liefert „Schallbladd“ den Beweis, dass Folklore keine Falle sein muss. Wenn es mal hakt, helfen spektakuläre Sparwitze weiter. Das alles ist vor allem musikalisch eine Wonne. Twee Pop, Neue Musik, Yachtrock, Bossa Nova, Disco, Avantjazz oder Psychobeat – alles ist im Überfluss vorhanden. Der Imperativ ist ganz schlicht: „Embrace!“, „Enjoy!“, „Nastracka Now!“ Das geht jetzt durchaus auch an die Adresse der Hineingeschmeckten und anderer Novizen. „Schallbladd“ sollte für lange Zeit unser aller schönstes Plaisir sein. Aram Lintzel, Berlin/Stuttgart, Herbst 2009 “Brudal schdargg, auf dera schallbladd do send subbrbends druff, geiler heavysound, ond aber au ebbas fier d weiber hods au drbei. Onds beschde isch: mer verschdåhd au amåle ebbas von deam was se sengadd.“ Georg Haas, (Haasenstall), Blaustein, Herbst 2009 I wedd grad drzuanåschdragga Gerlinde Scheiffele, Oberdrackenstein, Herbst 2009 Aus Kender werrad Leit Carl Benz, Zähringen, Frühjahr 1848
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    LP 180gr
    Release-Datum
    30.11.2011
     
  • 01. Sangre Gitana – Yo Me Siento Muy Feliz
    02. Rumba Tres – Y No Te Quedan Lágrimas
    03. Los Gachós – Estrella
    04. Tobago – Oye Chiquilla
    05. La Marelu – Mala
    06. Barracuda – Puedes Buscarte Un Nuevo Amor
    07. Rumba Tres – Ahora Qué
    08. Juan Bautista – En Cartagena
    09. Las Deblas – Tani
    10. Rumba Tres – Ya Estoy Parao
    11. El Turronero – Yo Soy Nube Pasajera 12. Sangre Gitana – Esta Noche Te Perdí.
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    Tani – Disco Rumba And Flamenco Boogie

    [engl] he Disco Music, Philadelphia Sound and Salsoul fever were also present in the Rumba–Pop and Flamenco–Funk scene of Spain in the late ’70s / early ’80s. Producers, sound engineers and studio musicians collaborated closely with flamenco / rumba singers and bands. Among others, we got to highlight the production / studio work that genius Josep Llobell did for the Belter label in Barcelona. Here you got 12 disco–rumba–flamenco–boogie bombs, a time machine to the boites and discotheques of the late 70s and the perfect soundtrack to an imaginary "Kinki" cinema soundtrack.
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    Release-Datum
    22.02.2018
     
  • 01. A La Pelota
    02. Anana Hip
    03. La Hawaiana
    04. El Desgrasiao
    05. Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
    06. Macarrones
    07. Oh La La
    08. Gitana Real
    09. Maria Lisi
    10. La Piragua
    11. El Matarile
    12. El Despertador
    13. El Co... Collar
    14. Urtain, El K.O. y Olé
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    VARGAS "La Terremoto", DOLORES

    Anana Funk Hip 1970–1975

    [engl] "Dolores Vargas was our wildest performer, our Spanish Tina Turner, Ikettes–era. In my opinion, she was a better dancer and singer than Lola Flores but she never received the same media attention than the famous Lola. Maybe it’s better this way. Dolores Vargas is wine for sommeliers and since now, music for connoisseurs." – Txarly Brown Here’s an anthology dedicated to the ’70s period of Dolores Vargas, known as "The Earthquake" due to her wild and frenzied dancing style. In these songs, released 1970–1975, you’ll hear killer sound and production mixing Funk, Rock and Pop with the powerful vocal style of "The Earthquake". Including real gipsy–funk bombs like "A la pelota" "Anana Hip" or "La Hawaiana" along with her bizarre cover version of "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" and much more. If you’re looking from Flamenco Funk and groovy Rumba Pop, look no further.
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    LP
    Release-Datum
    07.12.2017