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Bayo Damazio
Listen To The Music

VOODOO FUNK

Classy, spaced funk, originally issued in 1981 by Phonodisk, the most ambitious Nigerian label at that time. The Mighty Flames band expertly blends an Afro-cocktail of Roy Ayers, Kool And The Gang, Chic...



Tony Grey Time Factor
Ka-boom! The legendary digger re-ignites the Lagos Disco Inferno and kicks off his own mouth-watering imprint with two sides of boogie-down bliss. First in a fusillade of five EPs, each with a spiffy poster.



Orlando Julius And The Afro Sounders
Super heavy Afrobeat, recorded at Ginger Baker's studio in Lagos in the early 1970s. With a lovely booklet containing precious photos and notes by Orlando himself. Recommended!



Eno Louis Move
Storming vintage boogie from the Afrodisia studio, loose and thunderous, with killer freaky effects and old-school rapping. You can hear Eno's Edo roots in Papa French's scorching horns chart. Leroy Burgess goes to...



Nath And Martin Brothers Money
The bullion-clad masterpiece of these pioneers of Nigerian Funk and Afrobeat at their deepest and heaviest tearing, wailing, mid-70s funk, heady with spirituality. Superbad from start to finish, no let-up.



Stoneface And Life Everlasting Love Is Free
Voodoo Funk digs deep for this Nigerian 45 cracker from 1973. The A is gritty psych-rock with a trippy guitar solo; the flip is an Afro-funk bulldozer, with gravelly vocals and heavy fuzz. Rough!



Tirogo Disco Maniac
At the close of the 1970s, just a couple of years after the classic psych-funk of Float, Wilf Ekanem and crew trained their frazzled peepers on Disco. Two classics here to blow your soul on fire.



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