Galatasaray Lisesi – Zazie (Turkey, 1968, Sayan)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Galatasaray Lisesi“, a mind-blowing catchy Anatolian Psychedelic Rock Mod track taken from the only single of the turkish teenage band “Galatasaray Lisesi” (“Galatasaray high school“), out in the late 60s on the famous “Sayan” record label – Enjoy !

Galatasaray Lisesi – Zazie

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Armand de Preseau

Ziad Rahbani – Main Theme (from the musical play “The American Motion Picture”) (Lebanon, 1980, Voice Of Beirut)

For today, I wanted to share with you the Main Theme of the soundtrack of the musical play “The American Motion Picture” (فيلم اميركي طويل), a beautiful Middle-Eastern Soul Jazz instrumental with catchy Fender Rhodes parts recorded in 1980 by the legendary Lebanese composer Ziad Rahbani (زياد الرحباني), eldest son of the Diva Fairuz (فيروز) – Enjoy !

Ziad Rahbani – Main Theme (from the musical play “The American Motion Picture”)

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Armand de Preseau

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou (Cameroun, 1984, Ebassa)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mboutoukou“, a nice spiritual syncopated Afro Funk track with Bikutsi flavours recorded in 1984 by the Cameroonian musician Bertrand Mialet on an obscure private label (probably self-released) and backed by great Cameroonian musicians such as Moustik, Mbida Douglas & Valerie Lobe – Enjoy !

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou

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Etubom Rex Williams & his Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry (Nigeria, 1977, Love Day)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Don’t Be In A Hurry“, a deep Afrobeat Highlife Funk track with amazing horns & mesmerising guitar parts by the Nigerian legendary musician Etubom Rex Williams and taken from an ultra hard to find LP – Enjoy !

Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry

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Armand de Preseau

Baligh Hamdi – Zouba / بليغ حمدي – زوبة (Egypt, 1970s, La Voix Du Globe)

Following to this former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Zouba” (“زوبة” in Arabic), a beautiful deep Middle-Eastern Jazz track with with groovy organ & splendid violin parts from the legendary genius Egyptian composer Baligh Hamdi (بليغ حمدي) – Enjoy !

Baligh Hamdi – Zouba / بليغ حمدي – زوبة

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Armand de Preseau

Silvertones – Let’s Make It Funky (Trinidad & Tobago, 1970s, BWIA International Airlines)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Let’s Make It Funky“, a breezing Caribbean Funk track with super cool steel drums parts taken from the only one LP recorded in the 70s by the Silvertones, an obscure Steel Pan band from Trinidad and Tobago and leaded by Winston O’Guerra – Enjoy !

Silvertones – Let’s Make It Funky

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Armand de Preseau

Ti L’Afrique (Roland Fatime) – Pop Soul Sega (Mauritius, 1970s, Disques Capricorne)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Pop Soul Sega“, a psychedelic Soul Sega Rock track from Mauritius (Indian Ocean), recorded in the 70s by the singer & composer Roland Fatime (better known as “Ti L’Afrique“), founder of the “Soul Sega” musical genre, whose the song presented here is a good example – Enjoy !

Ti L’Afrique (Roland Fatime) – Pop Soul Sega

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Armand de Preseau

Plearn Promdan – Mor Sanae (Thailand, 1970s, ตราโคทอง)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mor Sanae“, a bouncy Funky Luk Thung Freakbeat track from the Thai legendary musician Plearn Promdan (เพลิน พรหมแดน) with catchy horns and drum parts – Enjoy !

Plearn Promdan – Mor Sanae

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Armand de Preseau

Betty Chung – Sunny (Hong Kong, 1968, Pathé)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Sunny“, an incredible Freakbeat Pop Rock Soul Yeye beat cover of the all-time classic track originally recorded by Bobby Hebb in 1966, taken from the first album of the Hong Kong singer & actress Betty Chung – Enjoy !

Betty Chung – Sunny

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Armand de Preseau