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VA - NIGERIA SOUL FEVER: Afro Funk Disco And Boogie West African Disco Mayhem (2016)

8-09-2016, 16:11
2016 | Funk | Disco


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Title: NIGERIA SOUL FEVER: Afro Funk Disco And Boogie West African Disco Mayhem
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Soul Jazz Records
Genre: Funk, Disco
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 89:30
Total Size: 252 MB
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Tracklist:

01 Joni Haastrup - Free My People 04:52
02 Christy Essien - You Can't Change A Man 03:58
03 Akin Richards & The Executives - Afrikana Disco 06:25
04 Tee Mac - Nam Myoho Renge Kyo 05:40
05 Joni Haastrup - Greetings 06:12
06 Don Bruce and The Angels - Ocheche (Happy Song) 05:51
07 Benis Cletin - Get Up and Dance 05:36
08 Colomach - Enoviyin 05:01
09 Joni Haastrup - Do The Funkro 04:04
10 Tee Mac - Living Everyday 05:19
11 Arakatula - Mr Been To 03:59
12 Angela Starr - Disco Dancing 05:31
13 Joni Haastrup - Wake Up Your Mind 05:59
14 Jimmy Sherry & The Music Agents - Nwaeze 12:42
15 Benis Cletin - Soul Fever 05:02
16 Arakatula - Wake Up Africa 03:20

Soul Jazz Records' new Nigeria Soul Fever is their first release to explore the vast wealth of Nigerian music recorded in the 1970s. The new album comes with introductory sleeve-notes by Bill Brewster (author of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life). Packed-full with Afro-Funk, Disco and Boogie all from Nigeria, this triple album/double CD set brings together a stunning collection of diverse West African sounds. Whilst a small handful of the artists featured (Joni Haastrup, Tee Mac, Christy Essien) have seen the light of day outside Africa, this is essentially a collection of killer tracks by an array of artists completely unknown outside of Nigeria. Artists such as Don Bruce & The Angels, Akin Richards & The Executives, Angela Starr, Jimmy Sherry & The Music Agents. It's no surprise that these records are extremely rare and expensive to buy individually so this album will save you going broke trying to find them. These recordings were made at a time when Nigeria's trade restrictions banned imported records. Whilst new musical trends (such as American soul, funk, disco etc) entered and influenced the country, the local music scene remained just that - local. Consequently, these recordings remain practically unknown to anyone outside of the country.





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