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London Is The Place For Me 3: Ambrose Adekoya Campbell
Modern Nigerian music starts here.
'*****', Mojo; 'these songs leap out of the past like madeleines soaked in palm wine', The Observer; 'impeccably curated and packaged', The Wire.




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.



Mbuti Pygmies Of The Ituri Rainforest
A landmark field recording, exquisitely done, ambient and intimate, with beautiful music, and documentation by Colin Turnbull. A hit with Peter Brook, anyway.



Mebusas Blood Brothers
It says 'Volume 1' on the cover, and this debut is full of promise, but it's a one-off, from Nigeria, 1973: African styles grooving together with Latin and Caribbean, US soul and funk, and psych rock.



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.



Harry Mosco For You Specialy
A few years after the break-up of The Funkees in 1973, founder Harry Mosco was up and running again with Africanium, co-fronted with Willie Bestman. Vintage Nigerian funk out of the TMC Studios, London.



Niger Zarma And Songhay Epics
Two 'ancestor tales' taking us back five hundred years, recited by Jibo Baje, who accompanies himself on the three-string moolo — the last griot standing with the knowledge and skills to do this.



Niger Hunters Of The Dallol Mawri
Rugged songs with gurumi lute accompaniment to celebrate the opening of the bush, summon genies, honour animals and praise huntsmen.



Niger Harouna Goge, Dendi Country
Music for spirit possession ceremonies, performed on the goge, a bowed single-string spike-fiddle — a half-calabash covered in iguana skin, with a wooden neck, and a string made of bunched horsehair.



Nigeria 70 Lagos Jump
Strut's back, with an excellent mix of vintage afrobeat and highlife.