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Meets Batida

Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2016
Track listing: Nlele Kalusimbiko; Yambadi Mama; Tokolanda; Bom Dia; Kinsumba; Nzonzing Familia; Kuno America; Um Nzonzing.


Konono No.1: Meets Batida

Read "Meets Batida" reviewed by James Nadal

The city of Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is the home of Konono No.1, a band which has taken the African likembé (thumb piano) from a folkloric instrument, into the electronic age. Back in the sixties, it's founder Mingiedi Mawangu figured out how to amplify the likembé, using salvaged car parts, and wired ...

Cheer Me, Perverts!

Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2009
Track listing: Vole Sperm Reverie; Rearm, Get That Char!; Kotopoulopology; Blind Inside; Bad Linen; Too Sublime in Sin; Dawn on the Desert; Flatology; Smoke on Fire, The King is Burning; Mutt.


Flat Earth Society: Cheer Me, Perverts!

Read "Cheer Me, Perverts!" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Fifteen-piece Belgian big band Flat Earth Society is the sonic equivalent of a freak show--weird, wonderful and like nothing you've come across before. Cheer Me, Perverts! is bursting with the energy of punk--sharing some of the anarchy, too--yet the CD exhibits intricate section harmonies and wonderful contrapuntal melodies. The soloists revel in their freedom, and the ...

20 Ways to Float Through Walls

Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2007
Track listing: Traz Um Alivio; Tabey Tarate; Nine; A Stork Crosses the Danube, In the Company of a Raven; De dar do; London, London, Duele le Le; Usti, Usti Baba;La Collection; The Candle and the Moth; A Home Away; Origem da Felicidade; Homecoming; Tshileja; It's More Expensive For This; Psychoscout; Disciplionador; Morceau d'amour/Spoitoresa; T.P. Couleur Cafe; Ceu Distante.


Various Artists: 20 Ways to Float Through Walls

Read "20 Ways to Float Through Walls" reviewed by Ian Patterson

You don't have to go to Borneo's Rainforest Festival to catch Congolese thumb-piano musicians, riotous Balkan brass bands, Iranian divas, psychotic big-band jazz or chic bossa nova; Crammed Discs has it all, and more, on 20 Ways to Float Through Walls. Throughout its quarter century existence Crammed Discs has produced an eclectic body of work which ...

Bardo Hotel Soundtrack

Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2006
Track listing: Hurry Up and Wait; Effervescing in the Nether Sphere; Soup du Jour; Flying Again; Triptych; I'm Real Stupid; Airport Blues; Needles Prelude; Prometheus Bound; Baron Brown (Live); Jinx (Choral Version); Loneliness; Remote (Pralaya); Dream Flight; More Flying; Vulcanic, Combustible; Mr. Comfort; Another Flight; Invocation Of; Carry On Circles.

The Shine of Dried Electric Leaves

Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Green Grass (Tom Waits) - 4:01 ; 02. Instante de Dois (Cibelle) - 4:04; 03. Phoenix (Cibelle, Julliard) - 5:43; 04. London, London (Veloso) - 4:16; 05. City People (Cibelle, Nove) - 4:20; 06. Minha Neguinha (Cibelle, Nove) - 4:06; 07. Mad Man Song (Cibelle, Spleen) - 4:35; 08. Por Toda a Minha Vida (Jobim) - 2:03; 09. Flying High(Benge, Cibelle, Nove) - 6:27; 10. Arrête Là, Menina (Cibelle, Jorge) - 5:13; 11. Esplendor (Moraes, Moreira) - 3:29; 12. Train Station (Cibelle, Nove) - 5:29; 13. Lembra (Cibelle, Lindsay) - 6:00; 14. Caju�-na (Veloso) - 4:03


Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2006
Track listing: Anthem 2004; Clusterthing; Gulls & Buoys; Edward, Why Don't You Play Some Blues; Hilton's Heaven; In Between Rivers; Psychoscout; Lie To Me; Without; Snaggletooth; Lax; Waterman; Ich, Bin, George.



Label: Crammed Discs
Released: 2006
Duration: 4:52


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