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    Fela KutiArmy ArrangementKnitting Factory Records
    Fela Kuti stories Nigeria’s attempt at ‘democracy’ in 1979 after more than a decade ofmilitary rule told through this album, originally released...
    • Fela Kuti – Army arrangement (vocal)
    Fela KutiCoffin For Head Of StateKnitting Factory Records
    Fela Kuti made some frantic albums in his career--ones that popped with his enthusiastic political disobedience and ones that roared with fury at the Nigerian...
    • Fela Kuti – Coffin For Head Of State part 1
    Fela KutiJ.J.D (Johnny Just Drop!!) Live!! At Kalakuta RepublikKnitting Factory Records
    Originally released in 1977, ‘Johnny Just Drop (J.J.D.)’ features Fela lampooning Nigeria’s ‘been-tos’, people who had been to Europe or America...
      Hugh Masekela and CompanyLive in LesothoMatsuli Music
      Hugh Masekela and Miriam Makeba’s double-bill Lesotho concert was a daring, defiant and ultimately dazzling act. For the first time since its limited...
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – Ashiko
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – Ha Le Se Le Li Khanna
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – Stimela
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – Part of a Whole
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – Sister Fania
      • Hugh Masekela and Company – The Healing Song
      Mogadisco: Dancing Mogadishu, Somalia 1972-1991Various ArtistsAnalog Africa
      Amazing new compilation from Analog Africa, compiled via trawling through piles of cassettes and listening to reel-to-reel tapes, in the dusty archives...
      • – Dur-Dur Band - Daradaa Muxibo (Because of you Muxibo)
      • – Omar Shooli - Hab Isii (Hug Me)
      • – Mukhtar Ramadan Iidi - Check Up Your Head
      • – Bakaka Band - Geesiyada Halgamayow (Brave Fighters)
      • – Fadumo Qassim & Shareero Band - Waakaa Helaa (I like you)
      • – Iftin Band - Sirmaqabe (No Secrets)
      • – Mukhtar Ramadan Iidi - Baayo (Hey Woman)
      • – Shimaali & Killer - Hoobeya (Somali traditional chant)
      • – Dur-Dur Band - Shaleedayaa (By Myself)
      • – Dur-Dur Band - Ladaney (Woman's Name)
      • – Bakaka Band - Gobonimada Jira (Choose Freedom)
      • – Iftin Band - Ii Ooy Aniga (Cry For Me)
      • 1. Dur-Dur Band - Daradaa Muxibo (Because of you Muxibo)
      • 2. Omar Shooli - Hab Isii (Hug Me)
      • 3. Mukhtar Ramadan Iidi - Check Up Your Head
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      Fela KutiV.I.P. (Vagabonds in Power)Knitting Factory Records
      Performed by Fela and his Afrika 70 at the renowned Berlin Jazz Festival in 1978, this live recording of V.I.P. is possibly Fela’s most profound vilification...
        Fela Kuti & Roy AyersMusic Of Many ColoursKnitting Factory Records
        Reissue of the classic ‘Music Of Many Colours’, the joint album between Roy Ayers and Fela Kuti, recorded after a three week tour of Nigeria’s major...
        • Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers – 2000 Blacks Got To Be Free
        • Fela Kuti & Roy Ayers – Africa-Center Of The World
        TenderloniousOn Flute22a
        **Repress of Tenderlonious' modern classic mini LP, featuring the dancefloor anthem 'Song For My Father'!** Tenderlonious returns home to his label 22a...
        • Tenderlonious – Ghana
        • Tenderlonious – Autumn Leaves
        • Tenderlonious – Oedo Bushi
        • Tenderlonious – Song For My Father
        • Tenderlonious – In A Sentimental Mood
        • Tenderlonious – Dale's Corner
        PolyswitchFeverish Cuts Vol.2Astrofever Records
        Wicked kwaito/afro-house music vibes from Casablanca based producer, Polyswitch!
        • Polyswitch – Pluto, Love, Praxis
        • Polyswitch – Ngozi
        • Polyswitch – Ancestral Fever
        • Polyswitch – Ode to the Underdog
        • Polyswitch – Testarossa Uheme
        • Polyswitch – Peer Pressure
        Gideon NxumaloJazz FantasiaMad About Records
        Long overdue reissue of Gideon Nxumalo 1962 album 'Jazz Fantasia', widely regarded as a seminal South African jazz record. With a limited pressing at the...
        • Gideon Nxumalo – Chopi Chopsticks
        • Gideon Nxumalo – Isintu
        • Gideon Nxumalo – Split Soul
        • Gideon Nxumalo – First Movement “Rat Race”
        • Gideon Nxumalo – Second Movement “Home At Night”
        • Gideon Nxumalo – Third Movement “Having A Ball”
        Don LakaI Wanna Be MyselfCultures Of Soul
        Reissue of Don Laka's in-demand, second album from 1984. Features floor-filling classics such as 'Let's Move The Night'; the silky-smooth stepper 'Need...
        • Don Laka – Don't You Like It
        • Don Laka – Need To Love
        • Don Laka – Falling In Love With You
        • Don Laka – Let's Celebrate
        • Don Laka – I Wanna Be Myself
        • Don Laka – Let's Move The Night
        Heroes of LimboMadchester WomanMatasuna Records
        Contemporary Afro-beat reimagining classic and contemporary pop as authentic 70's Afrobeat and Highlife from Nigeria and Ghana.Madchester Woman takes Ebo...
        • Heroes of Limbo – Madchester Woman
        • Heroes of Limbo – White Noise (feat. Clair Fallows)
        Ahemaa NwomkroYe Fre YenLokalophon
        Wicked Ghanian ashanti style 7" from Ahemaa Nwomkro on new Philophon offshoot label Lokalophon. Recommeded!
        • Ahemaa Nwomkro – Ye Fre Yen
        • Ahemaa Nwomkro – Me Bo Wo Din
        Gyedu-Blay Ambolley11th Street, SekondiAgogo Records
        Ghanaian highlife star and renowned saxophonist, singer and guitarist Gyedu-Blay Ambolley returns with '11th Street, Sekondi' his 31st studio album since...
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Black Woman
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Brokos
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – I No Dey Talk I Do Dey Lie
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Ignorance
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Little Small Girl
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Sunkwa
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Who Go Pay
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Who Made Your Body Like Dat
        • Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Woman Treatment
        Peter KingOmo LewaMr Bongo
        Mr Bongo reissued 'Omo Lewa' by Nigerian born band leader and multi- instrumentalist Peter King came into the world in 1976. From start to finish, King...
          Shina Williams & His African PercussionsShina WilliamsMr Bongo
          Mr Bongo delve further into the back catalogue of Nigerian bandleader, Shina Williams, with the first official reissue of his self-titled classic. A deep,...
          • Shina Williams & His African Percussions – Ise Aje Male
          Antoinette KonanAntoinette KonanAwesome Tapes From Africa
          Reissue of Antoinette Konan's self-titled, electro-Baoulé blaster from 1986! This eponymous album features nothing more than her ahoko on the cover. The...
          • Antoinette Konan – Kokoloko Tani
          • Antoinette Konan – M'ackô
          • Antoinette Konan – Enfants Du Monde (Version Baoulé)
          • Antoinette Konan – Abidjan Adja
          • Antoinette Konan – Evignen
          • Antoinette Konan – Yalé