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Radio Niger

SUBLIME FREQUENCIES

Pop, pissed-up sages, shout-outs to the missus, comedy skits intercut with Zarma string-playing, Denke-denke mollo from Burkina Faso, Malian kora, the Koran, Bori folk, Tuareg guitar, bits of BBC news...



Larry Achiampong More Mogya
Same proudly autobiographical, beat-tape plunderphonics as Meh Mogya, this time with the sampling focussed more on palm-wine and other acoustic Ghanaian music. 'More Mogya', 'More Blood'.



Africa Boogaloo The Latinization Of West Africa
Rocking the party and ramming the dancefloor is the first priority of this review of Latin styles in classic West African dance music, as it emerged with 1950s anti-colonialism, and ran on gloriously into the 70s.




African Brothers Band (International) Tribute To D.K.
Fabulous, deep Ghanaian high-life from 1979. Profoundly rueful but politically resolute, in their trademark, hypnotic, minor-key manner, with sustained organ and CK Mann-style guitar.



African Pearls Guinee: Cultural Revolution, 1957-1986
Home of one of the great African bands, Bembeya Jazz, adopted home of Stokely Carmichael and Miriam Makeba, Guinea 'was the musical beacon of Africa', as this splendid comp shows. Addictive.



African Pearls Congo: Rumba on the River, 1954-67
What a start to this series! Wonderful Congolese rumba from Kinshasa and Brazzaville the dazzling, voluptuous soundtrack to convulsive, bloody anti-colonial struggle by Franco, Nico, Tabu Ley and full crew.











AfricaVision Volume 2: Musical Anthology Of African Cinema
Drawn from over fifty years of amazing films, diverse music by legends like Mulatu, Henri Guedon, Francis Bebey and Xalam.



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