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Orlando Julius Super Afro Soul
Two albums repackaged Super Afro Soul and Orlando's Afro Ideas 1969-72. Sublime Nigerian soul, jazz and funk grooves.




Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family Na Teef Know The Road Of Teef
Addo-Nettey was a conga player and singer for Fela's Africa 70 when he cut this heavy afro-funk album in 1973, with the Martin Brothers Band from Portharcort, for the Tabansi label.



Pazy And The Black Hippies Wa Ho Ha
Edire Etinagbedia's second EMI album, from 1978: a Benin-City blend of highlife, Afrobeat and reggae, with satisfaction-guaranteed funky horns, call-and-response vocals and psychedelic guitar.




Peter King African Dialects
Heavy blend of Afrobeat, Afrofunk and Caribbean styles. From 1979, the last of PK's London recordings, before his return to Nigeria that year. With notes and photos newly supplied by the artist.




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.



Rebita 74
The reissue of a 1973 showcase for Urbano de Castro, Os Kiezos and Jovens do Prenda the hottest names in Angolan dance music at that time.



Royal Court Music From Uganda 1950 And 1952
The royal music of the Ganda, Nyoro and Ankole peoples, lost when the palaces were burned down in 1966, and many of the musicians killed, and their instruments (some of them over four hundred years old) destroyed.



The Semi-Colon Ndia Egbuo Ndia (Afro-Jigida)
Bee's knees Nigerian Afro-rock from 1976. The CDs are exceptionally well-presented, with plenty of musical extras, and a book of photos, notes and translations.



Sir Victor Uwaifo Guitar-Boy Superstar, 1970-76
The irresistible, inimitable rock 'n' soul highlife of Benin City's prodigal son.



SJOB Movement A Move in The Right Direction
Four members of Sonny Okosun's band, edging things on in 1974: deep, spacey afro-funk.



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!



Supafrico Volume II
Afro-disco classics by Kabbala, Buari, William Onyeabor and Ashantis.