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Nairobi Calling: Selected Recordings 1976-1996Various ArtistsNo Wahala Sounds
No Wahala Sounds specialises in reissuing obscure and out of print recordings from Africa and Asia. Nairobi Calling features tracks by artists from...
Jay-U ExperienceEnough Is EnoughSoundway
Reissue of this highly sought after Nigerian funk-rock album on the mighty Soundway. Killer LP that moves effortlessly between reggae, jazzy...
Blackbush OrchestraFamiglia EPBeauty & The Beat
Wicked afro-trance release from London-based club / label, Beauty & The Beat. Hypnotic African rhythms backed with arcane, electronic pulses to get...
The ApostlesBanko WomanCultures Of Soul
Banko Woman, originally released on the eponymous LP on Love Day Records in 1977. Straddling the world realms of afro-funk and disco, the track has long...
Toli & The Femm NamelessSee LineKooyman Records
Eight piece, The Femm Nameless picked up where the Godfather of Afro beat, Fela Anikulapo Kuti left off. These jams have been unearthed and mastered from...
Welcome To Zamrock! Vol. 2: How Zambia’s Liberation Led To A Rock Revolution 1972-1977Various ArtistsNow-Again Records
Volume 2 in the series looking at how Zambia’s liberation led to a rock revolution - 1972-1977. An overview of the Zamrock scene, from its ascension...
Founders 15Co-OperationPMG
Widely regarded as one of the great Afro-Funk rock albums of all time.  This is the sound of a band that means business - searing guitar...
Danny Offia And The FriksFunk With MePMG
Danny Offia’s Funk With Me is a prime slab of Nigerian Boogie. Sinewy and urbane, it’s the soundtrack of Lagos in the early eighties. As...
Goldfinger Doe & BMSLet's Dance TogetherPMG
William Onyeabor wasn’t the only Nigerian experimenting with synthesizers in the 70s and 80s. Goldfinger Doe was twiddling knobs too, no more so...
Oliver De Coque And His Expo'76-Ogene Sound Super Of AfricaMbulubia Uwa (1984)Ogene Records
Rare Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G- (has scratches plays well) , sleeve G-+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Sonny Okosun3rd World (1980)EMI
Afro-Disco Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G , sleeve F+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Orlu Brothers International BandOnye-Ejile-Uwa-Eme-Onu (1987)Super International
Wicked rare and groovy independent twisted synth/highlife hybrid Original Nigerian vinyl. Vinyl VG, sleeve G+High-end Audio Desk...
Ras KimonoWhat's Gwan? (1990)PolyGram
Rare Original Nigerian vinyl - digital roots/reggae dancehall Nigerian stylee, check the audio!Vinyl G  , sleeve G +High-end Audio...
Kollington AyinlaQuality (1988)Kollington Records
Rare Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G (has scratches plays well) , sleeve G+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Ikenga Super Stars Of AfricaIkenga Super Stars Of Africa (1978)Afrodisia
Quality highlife (Afrodesia label) Rare Original Nigerian vinyl. Vinyl G+ , sleeve F (lot of wear)+High-end Audio Desk Systeme...
Marcel TjaheAfric' Ambiance (1986)GME Production
80s digital African sounds made in France. Original LP
Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter-Reformers BandChief Commander Ebenezer Obey & His Inter-Reformers Band (1975)Decca (West Africa) Limited
Wicked  jujuOriginal Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G sleeve F some tears and writing on sleeve+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic...
Sonny OkosunHoly Wars (1978)EMI
Funky Nigerian reggae! Vinyl G , sleeve F+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Bunny MackLet Me Love You (1980)Win Records
Rare independent Nigerian boogie funk. Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G , sleeve G- +High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Gao RapHip Hop From Northern MaliSahel Sounds
Blissed out electronic Hip Hop from the Sahara. Gao’s hyper-localized genre reinterprets western hip hop into a sound unlike anything else in the...
Tony OkorojiJuliana (1981)EMI
Afro disco boogie Rare Original Nigerian vinyl.Tony Okoroji's first solo effort - a monumental record as he was one of the first Nigerian boogie...
Cloud "7"Keep On Tryin' (c. 1974)EMI
Funky boogie Nigeria soulRare Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl VG- , sleeve F only (wear/tape)+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Ras KimonoLone Ranger (1994)Premier Music
NIGERIAN DIGITAL DANCEHALL - killer G+ vinyl, G sleeve. ORIGINAL NIGERIAN VINYL+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic...
Edmund SpiceMore Than Anything (1991)PolyGram
Nigerian soulful house music! Mega rare and sought after nigeria afro synth boogie pop lp (£50+ on Discogs)Original Nigerian vinyl mini-LP/12.Vinyl...
Warrior & His Oriental Brothers InternationalMy Success (1981)
Original Nigerian Vinyl! Vinyl/sleeve G+ Lots of scratches plays well /sleeve F/G- +High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic...
Sonny OkosunThe Gospel Of Ozziddi (1981)EMI International
Afro-Disco funk. Original Nigerian vinyl. Vinyl G+, sleeve G-  +High-end...
Alhaji Chief Kollington Ayinla & His Fuji '78 OrganizationAmerican Yankee (1987)Kollington Records
Rare Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl F , sleeve F pretty much reference copy only+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Evi-Edna OgholiStep By Step (1990)Polydor
Original Nigerian vinyl Rare early 90s Original Nigerian vinyl.Vinyl G+ , sleeve G-/F+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Sorry BambaDu MaliAfrica Seven
One of the most pivotal figures in the history of Malian music is Sorry Bamba.  His work spans five decades and his music bridges the gap between...
Zazou, Bikaye and CY1Noir Et BlancCrammed Discs
Official Crammed Discs reissue of this incredible afro-industrial fusion album recorded in 1983; the result of a studio encounter between...
MarijataThis Is MarijataMr Bongo
Marijata was a group made up of three members – Kofi 'Electric' Addison on drums, Bob Fischlan on organ and Nat Osmanu on guitar, hailing from Ghana. ...
Om Alec KhaoliSay You Love MeAwesome Tapes From Africa
"Om" Alec Khaoli's 1985 EP, 'Say You Love Me' solidified the bass player and songwriter's standing as one of South Africa's most consistently innovative...
The Abatwa (Pygmy): Why Did We Stop Growing Tall?VariousGlitterbeat Records
Rough-hewn, tribal sonics from the tribes of the Rwandan borderlands. One-stringviolins/ 11-string harps/ haunted solo & duo singing/ battery operatedloop...
  • 1. Christoph Ntabanganyimana with Bihoyiki Dathive – Sida Ni Mbi (AIDS is Bad)
  • 2. Emmanuel Hatungimana – Rwanda Nziza (Beautiful Rwanda)
  • 3. Bihoyiki Dathive – Igira Hino (Come Closer)
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Ethiopian Urban And Tribal Music: Mindanoo Mistiru / Gold From WaxVarious ArtistsSub Rosa
Ethiopia has many languages and styles of music. These recordings were made in the Empire of Ethiopia in 1971. The music recorded in Addis Adaba uses...
Professor WouassaGrow Yes Yes!Matasuna Records
Professor Wouassa's nine-track LP, 'Grow Yes Yes!', reworks the codes of afrobeat revisiting Fela's in a brand new manner. Between vintage afro-funk,...
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