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Funkyjaws & Friends
Cat: FJM 03. Rel: 09 May 23
Eddie C - "Do You Wanna Dance" (6:48)
Elado - "25.4 Millimeters" (5:21)
Scruscru & S Timoshenko - "Ace! ID?" (5:21)
Funkyjaws - "In Your Ear With It" (5:53)
Review: The FunkyJaws Music label invites us deep into their world for a third time here with another delicious 12".It's a various artists EP that features one of our top disco favourites - Eddie C. He opens up with 'Do You Wanna Dance' which has vocals pacing about the mix and old school acid bass twangs under raw house drums. Elado's '25.4 Millimeters' is a Middle Eastern funk workout with spangled drum hits and the flip side brings twisted acid disco and the cosmic trip that is 'In Your Ear With It' from Funkyjaws themselves.
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 in stock $12.65
Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World
Cat: HABIBI 0071. Rel: 14 Dec 17
Fadoul - "Bsslama Hbibti" (4:54)
Bob Destiny - "Wang Dang" (4:37)
Attarazat Addahabia - "Unknown" (4:15)
Jalil Bennis Et Les Golden Hands - "Mirza" (2:17)
Sharhabeel Ahmed - "Irkos Farfesh" (4:37)
Belbao - "Casablanca Shuffle" (3:03)
Mallek Mohamed - "Rouhi Ya Hafida" (4:01)
Freh Kodja - "La Coladera" (3:13)
Kamal Keila - "Al Asafir" (5:20)
Ahmed Malek - "Tape 19.11" (2:46)
Hamid El Shaeri - "Ayonha" (3:39)
Ahmed Malek - "Bossa" (2:42)
Samir & Abboud - "Games" (3:27)
Al Massrieen - "Sah" (3:44)
Gharbi Sadok & Georges Garzia - "Lala Tibki" (3:00)
Dalton - "Soul Brother" (3:44)
Review: Habibi Funk has subtitled this tasty label compilation "an eclectic selection of music from the Arab world". It's an apt description, because the double vinyl set is little less than a whistle-stop tour of killer cuts from North Africa and the Middle East. Amongst the dirty and driving Morccoan funk (see Fadoul's righteously heavy opener), Arabic rock and roll (the Beatles-in-Timbukto flex of Jalil Bellis), Lebanese disco, Sudanese throw-downs and Algerian floor-burners, you'll find a quintet of previously unreleased tracks discovered during the label's extensive vault-digging explorations around the Arabic world. We can think of few finer introductions to vintage Arabic dance music, to be honest, and would heartily recommend it.
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 in stock $24.39
Abu Ali (remastered) (reissue)
Cat: WWSLP 27. Rel: 31 Jul 19
Abu Ali (13:12)
Prelude (Theme From Mais El Rim) (12:49)
Review: Ziad Rahbani is a Lebanese cultural icon. Born into a famous musical family, the renowned pianist and producer is also a playwright, as well as being one of the most important exponents of the Lebanese left-wing counterculture of the '70s. "Abu Ali" was recorded in Athens with a full orchestra and released as a limited run EP in his home country. Legend has it was only pressed at 500 units and hence its rarity The result is a fabulous New York-meets-Beyrouth disco. Wewantsounds presents the first-ever official vinyl reissue of Rahbani's mythical 1978 release on his label Zida Records.
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Intérprete: DJ Kobayashi
 in stock $22.42
Houdou Nisbi
Houdou Nisbi (LP + insert)
Cat: WWSLP 50. Rel: 25 Feb 22
Bala Wala Chi (3:25)
Relative Calm (4:21)
The Same (2:30)
Yalla Kichou Barra (2:36)
Don't Go (4:22)
Bil Nisbi La Boukra (4:55)
Bisaraha (4:19)
5 To 7 PM (3:59)
Rouh Khabbir (6:26)
For Sure (2:44)
Khalas (3:54)
Finale (1:38)
Review: Houdou Nisbi is a top draw, cult classic record from Ziad Rahbani that now gets a deserving reissue on Wewantsounds. It was recorded in around 1984-85 and originally came out on the sought-after Lebanese label Relax-in in 1991, and only on CD and tape. Now it lands on vinyl for the first time and still sounds as good in the way it fuses Arabic sounds with jazz, boogie, funk and even hints of Brazil. Original groove fans heralded this as one of the best of its kind and this newly remastered version, which has been curated by Lebanese DJ, radio host and compiler Ernesto Chahoud, certainly backs that up.
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 in stock $42.19
Subhana (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HABIBI 0221. Rel: 15 Jun 23
Ya Rait (3:56)
Subhana (4:48)
Ya Ghalian (4:00)
Damek Majeb (4:08)
Ya Ghayeb (4:26)
Ghali (4:38)
La Ta'tather (4:56)
Ya Ta'ebha (3:01)
Ana Middaee (4:00)
Aziz W Adda (2:35)
 in stock $18.98
Kalk Gidelim
Cat: GBSI 148. Rel: 09 Aug 23
Kalk Gidelim (Chris Bruining remix) (3:17)
Su Siziyor (Jasper Verhulst & Chris Bruining remix) (4:10)
 in stock $13.71
Pur (limited 7")
Cat: BTR 054. Rel: 21 Sep 21
Pur (3:53)
Baksheesh (3:46)
Review: For those who've not previously encountered them, Sababa 5 are a "super group" of Tel Aviv-based musicians, most of whom boast Persian roots. Their music is heavily influenced by Middle Eastern music of the '70s and early '80s, and specifically Turkish psyche-funk. The band's latest seven-inch, the 10th instalment in Batov's killer Middle Eastern Grooves series, could well be their strongest single yet. A-side 'Pur' is funky and groovy, with the band adding wild, echo-laden Moog motifs, mazy solos and intoxicating guitar licks to a swinging, waltz-influenced groove. Flipside 'Backseesh' sees them move even further towards psychedelic territory, with delay-laden Middle Eastern synthesizer motifs and intense electric piano solos clustering around a Persian polyrhythm.
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 in stock $13.19
Middle Eastern Grooves
Middle Eastern Grooves (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BTR 70LP. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Kutiman - "Badawee" (4:22)
El Khat - "Ya Raiyat" (radio Trip edit) (3:23)
Boom Pam - "Uniton" (2:35)
Baharat - "The Egyptian" (3:40)
Les Dynamites - "Pop Oud #2" (3:25)
Sababa 5 & Shiran Tzfira - "Manginat Mahapeha" (feat Matan Caspi) (3:09)
Sababa 5 - "Nasnusa" (feat Yurika) (5:14)
Sababa 5 - "Baksheesh" (3:42)
Sababa 5 - "Rosenweig" (2:48)
Eje Eje - "Saved From The Jazz" (3:33)
Yossi Fine & Ben Aylon - "Peres" (3:09)
Yuz - "Galgalit" (4:58)
Baharat - "Parsley Disco" (3:20)
Romano - "Six" (2:50)
Buttering Trio - "Little Goat (Iza Ktana)" (3:03)
Koy Kardesler - "Shuruk" (3:15)
Satellites - "Deli Deli" (3:04)
Cherry Bandora - "Esy" (4:39)
Review: Batov Records label co-founder DJ Kobayashi has dug deep in his back catalogue of Middle Eastern grooves for this superb double album. The tracks span 2015 to now and are taken from the label's well received series of 7" singles released under the same name. There are new tunes, edits of classic, never before heard gems and plenty in between, all of which have made their way into the bags of adventurous DJs from Gilles Peterson to Gideon Coe. There is desert funk, cosmic star gazing, shamanistic funk, spooky synth sounds and plenty more here that will improve your record collection by a guaranteed 76%.
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Bigane (limited 7")
Cat: BTR 80. Rel: 21 Sep 23
Bigane (3:57)
Namdar (4:38)
Review: Sababa 5 are a funk band from Tel Aviv who tap into their position in the Middle East to create a dynamic, outernational sound, and they're continuing a hot streak on Batov with this crucial collaboration with Turkish singer Candy Dogan. Dogan is currently a member of the jazz department at Istanbul University, and she sought out the band after hearing their music and noting its similarities to Turkish music. Already an alternative pop sensation on her own terms, Dogan slots into the Sababa 5 sound beautifully, resulting in a must-check 7" single that hopefully signals the start of an enduring partnership.
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Marzipan (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HABIBI 0231. Rel: 13 Jul 23
Souk El Ahad (2:51)
Tarator (2:29)
Pas De Dialogue (2:35)
Marzipan (2:36)
Chez Mounir (2:50)
3aks El Seir (2:46)
Abou Boutros (3:02)
Istintaj (2:47)
Ma Ward (1:40)
Yara (2:25)
Chataranj (2:43)
Shanklish (2:18)
Portemilio (3:10)
Pale Baleine (2:45)
Ya Salam (3:03)
A Parking Lot By The Sea (2:17)
Bala 3anouan (2:16)
Review: Charif Megarbane is a prolific producer and instrumentalist from Beirut and he is back once again with Marzipan, a first contemporary full length on Habibi Funk. It is a deep trip into his musical universe which mixes up influences from Lebanon and the Mediterranean and artists such as Ziad Rahbani, Ahmed Malek and Issam Hajali. All 17 tracks show off his mastery of composition as much as antigen else - freewheeling grooves from gypsy jazz to ethno-funk that draw on the energies of a bustling market, the lush atmospheres of a sun beach resort and various other of his surrounding soundscapes. It is hugely transportative and excellent escapism.
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 in stock $26.90
Mouasalat Ila Jacad El Ard
Cat: HABIBI 0101. Rel: 21 Nov 19
Ana Damir El Motakallim (11:42)
Mouasala Ila Jacad El Ard (3:27)
Khobs (3:30)
Lam Azal (3:36)
Ada (4:59)
Yawma Konna (4:34)
Intazirne (3:13)
 in stock $24.79
Kifak Inta
Kifak Inta (LP + insert)
Cat: WWSLP 64. Rel: 03 Nov 22
Farewell Song (4:05)
You Can Forget (3:04)
Ouverture 87 (1:43)
"Ya Leili Leili Leili" (7:07)
Reprise (1:13)
Prova (3:33)
"Kifak Inta" (How Are You?) (3:32)
"Dia' Anou" (3:14)
Something Is Happening (2:45)
Indi Thika Fik (4:24)
It's Not A Problem (6:47)
Review: Available here for the first time on vinyl, Lebanese singer Fairuz's 1991 album - previously only sold on CD and tape - has lost none of its romance or immersive qualities since the last time you heard it. Meanwhile, if this is your first outing with the eastern Mediterranean siren, prepare to dive into a mesmerising experience in which Arabic tones meets jazz-funk on an impressive scale, with unarguably rich depth.

A career spanning six decades, Fairuz is nothing short of a legend in her home region, with many citing her among the most famous vocalists from the Arab world. The Soul of Lebanon, no less, her voice is incredible but the work she aligned with, and pushed into the mainstream, is perhaps what's most impressive. Straddling genres and cultures with aplomb, the tragedy of the western music industry's homogenous attitude means many are still unaware. Thankfully, here's chance to rectify that.
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 in stock $33.75
Da Cuckoo Yaya
Da Cuckoo Yaya (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: UR 422. Rel: 29 Aug 23
Da Cuckoo YaYa
The Waxing Gibbous Moon
Milano Caravan
No Puedo Esperar
Help Me Ride
Review: Since taking up music production following a career-ending football injury, 20-something Leeds lad Reuben Vaun Smith has delivered two tropical-tinged, Balearic-inspired albums for Soundway. On his third full-length (his first for long-serving Californian label Ubiquity Records), the Yorkshireman refocuses a little more on the dancefloor, offering up a range of attractive cuts that combine his love of mid-tempo, dubbed-out disco with African, Latin and Middle Eastern vocals, rhythms and instrumentation - as well as a heavy dose of psychedelic sounds and trippy effects. It's a smart shift that's undoubtedly paid dividends, with our picks of a very strong bunch including 'Beams', the dreamy 'Mali' (a track inspired by that country's vibrant musical culture), and the life-affirming dancefloor shuffle of 'The Waxing Gibbous Moon'.
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Intérprete: Marco Gallerani
 in stock $25.58
Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World Part 2
Cat: HABIBI 015CD. Rel: 12 Aug 21
Douaa - "Haditouni"
Magdy Al Hussainy - "Music De Carneval"
Fadoul - "Ahl Jedba"
Sal Davis - "Qaboos"
Munir Khauli - "Heik Ha Nishtghil?"
Ouiness - "Zina"
Najib Al Housh - "Ya Aen Daly"
Zohra - "Badala Zamana"
Ahmed Malek - "Casbah"
Ait Meslayene - "El Fen"
Hamid El Shaeri - "Reet"
Ibrahim Hesnawi - "Tendme"
Tony Benn Feghaly - "Free Blow" (dub version)
Review: Since launching a few years back, Jannis Sturtz's Habibi Funk label has done a terrific job in sourcing and reissuing generally brilliant music from North Africa and the Middle East. The label's second multi-artist compilation does a good job in proving this point by offering up a pleasingly eclectic range of "historic popular music from the Arab world". There's much to enjoy, from the Steely Dan-esque West Coast warmth of Douaa's 'Haditouni' and the heavy psych-funk of 'Ahl Jedba' by Fadoul, to the synth-sporting riff on the Bee Gees' 'Staying Alive' that is Najib Al Housh's 'Ya En Daly', and the slow motion, reggae-driven sunshine pop of Ibrahim Hesnawi's 'Tendme'.
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Yona (7")
Cat: SBS 701. Rel: 08 Dec 23
Hip Hop/R&B
Yona (3:13)
Ya Habib (2:39)
 in stock $15.81
Sonatina For Maria
Sonatina For Maria (LP + insert)
Cat: BBE 524ALP. Rel: 07 May 21
Sonatina For Maria (3:31)
Alida's Theme (4:00)
Girl Friend (4:34)
Dindolo (3:53)
Mishwar (Picnic) (4:13)
Streets Of Beirut (3:52)
Theme From The Film (Almakhtouf) (4:21)
Gipsy Nights (3:34)
 in stock $22.68
Five Seasons
Five Seasons (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: BTR 73LP. Rel: 13 Jul 23
New Roots (Winter) (2:59)
That Rainy Dawn (Winter) (2:29)
Saved From The Jazz (Spring) (3:40)
Wedding At The Vineyard (Spring) (2:33)
Heat Flux (Summer) (3:04)
Beard Of Shame (Summer) (1:38)
The Closest I Got To Her (End Of Summer) (2:27)
Kacha (End Of Summer) (1:42)
Tipsy Cruise (Autumn) (3:10)
Black Sea Majic (Autumn) (3:38)
From Bira Amikta To Igra Rama (outro) (2:18)
Mountain Disco (feat Yuli Shafriri - bonus track) (4:38)
Review: Eje Eje - the solo project of one Itamar Kluger - blends tropes of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, funk and dub music to produce thoroughly danceable multi-instrumental trances, as is evidenced by their compelling new release here, 'Five Seasons'. Springboarding from his former work with the Satellites, Kluger deploys his skills as Eje Eje to incantate a special blend of perspectives, reflecting his own interest in humankind's subjective perception of reality. Informed by national and global cultural movements and traditions, he insists on collectively creating and sharing stories, at times to explain the unexplainable.
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 in stock $14.76
Mehrpouya Sitar (reissue)
Cat: LIFE 045. Rel: 01 May 24
Soul Raga (4:01)
Ghame Tanhai (5:11)
African Jumbo (11:23)
Payan Gerefteh (4:41)
Geryeh Makon (4:57)
Nemimanad (5:35)
Man Ke Mordeham (3:42)
Ghabile Leyli (5:02)
 in stock $20.57
Bezani (limited 7")
Cat: BTR 095. Rel: 09 May 24
Bezani (3:20)
Ashkamoni (5:31)
Review: Sababa 5's latest release, featuring tracks 'Bezani' and 'Ashkamoni' on Batov Records, reaffirms their position as pioneers in Middle Eastern psychedelic grooves. With a discography boasting two albums, an EP with vocalist Shiran Tzfira, and several highly sought-after 45s, Sababa 5 continue to push boundaries in the global grooves scene. 'Bezani' takes listeners on a captivating sonic journey, blending electric synths and percussion-driven rhythms in a mesmerizing fusion of early electronic sounds and Persian folk influences. The track's 6/8 rhythm creates an immersive atmosphere that defies traditional genre categorisation. On 'Ashkamoni,' Sababa 5 showcases their versatility with a rockier edge, infused with a rocksteady swing. The dynamic melody builds tension, while enthralling solos from the lead guitar and synth highlight the band's exceptional musical talent. Drawing from their collective experience supporting various international artists, Sababa 5 delivers a tight sound that seamlessly merges diverse musical elements.
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 in stock $14.24
Amrak Seedna & Abtal Wa Harameyah (remastered)
Cat: WWSLP 86. Rel: 02 May 24
Al Muqadenah 1 (Introduction 1) (2:09)
Mashad Al Fahes (Examination) (0:18)
I'alan (Advertisement) (1:17)
Tango (1:39)
Break (2:09)
Al Muqadenah 2 (Introduction 2) (instrumental) (2:10)
Al Muqadenah (Introduction) (instrumental) (2:19)
Tagheer Awal (First Change) (1:22)
Oghniyat El Shahadeen (1:19)
Tagheer Thani (Second Change) (1:21)
Al Piano (2:56)
Tagheer Thaleth (Third Change) (1:37)
Al Jeel (The Generation) (1:51)
Hake Ad Ma Baddak Fee (2:07)
Oghniyat El Gharam (1:28)
Mashhad Al Hob (1:16)
End Of Chapter 1 (0:26)
Kabbaret Dancing (2:16)
Kbareah Wa Mhajjaren (1:30)
Slow (1:00)
Mashhad Al Serk (1:18)
Final - Al Adala (2:20)
 in stock $33.75
Uprocking (7" limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: 451066. Rel: 21 Jun 24
Uprocking (version)
Review: Uprocking by Tamer Yigit is a percussion-heavy Anatolian breakdance funk masterpiece from Berlin. This track masterfully blends B-boy drums and bongos with traditional Turkish instruments like the Cumbus, Ney, and violin, creating an organic, global groove. The flip side features a drums-only mix, perfect for DJ sets. Yigit, a Turkish-German actor and hip-hop activist, brings his deep connection to both Turkish sounds and early hip-hop culture to this unique fusion. Limited to 300 hand-stamped records, 'Uprocking' is a vibrant celebration of cross-cultural musical elements, making it an essential addition for fans of global grooves and breakdance funk.
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