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MonoMono Give The Beggar A Chance
Two reissues of rocking Nigerian Afro-funk, co-presented with Tim Love Lee's trojan Tummy Touch label. Yes, Tim!



MonoMono Dawn Of Awareness
Engaged and spiritual Yoruban blues-rock from Joni Haastrup’s band in 1974.




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!



Remi Kabaka Black Goddess
The out, Afro-jazz soundtrack to Ola Balogun's 1979 film.



Afrolatin Via Cotonou
Nuff Poly-Rhythmo, Gnonnas Pedro and co.



Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou
The first album, straight no chaser, from 1973 — superlative Beninese Afrobeat.



Nigeria 70 Sweet Times
'Afro-Funk, Highlife and Juju from 1970s Lagos.'




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!



Brand New Wayo Funk, Fast Times And Nigerian Boogie Badness,1979-1983
Music from the Second Republic, twenty-three years of military dictatorship ended, at the crest of Nigeria's oil boom. Good-times disco-soul shuffle, mixing in jazz-funk, synth pop and Afro vibes.



The Psychedelic Aliens Psycho African Beat
Spectacular revival of three reliquary singles by this Ghanaian outfit from the turn of the sixties, juggling US soul and funk, psych and garage rock.



Bola Johnson Man No Die
Lovely highlife and palm wine, wheezing afrobeat from the late sixties, early seventies.




Segun Bucknor Who Say I Tire
Politically engaged Afro-soul from the start of the 1970s. You'll just have to imagine the 'bare torsos, cowrie shells, shaved heads, and non-stop undulations of the trio of dancers, The Sweet Things'.