Lijadu Sisters Afro-Beat Soul Sisters: The Lijadu Sisters at Afrodisia, Nigeria, 1976-79.

    Soul Jazz
    • Lijadu Sisters – Danger
    • Lijadu Sisters – Orere - Elejigbo
    • Lijadu Sisters – Erora
    • Lijadu Sisters – Bayi L'ense
    • Lijadu Sisters – Sunshine
    • Lijadu Sisters – Life's Gone Down Low
    • Lijadu Sisters – Gbowo Mi
    • Lijadu Sisters – Come and Dance
    • Lijadu Sisters – Osupa
    • Lijadu Sisters – Cashing In
    • Lijadu Sisters – Amebo
    • Lijadu Sisters – Gbalo - Alogbalo
    • Lijadu Sisters – Not Any Longer

    Killer new female Afro-Beat Funk from Nigeria in the 1970s.

    The Lijadu Sisters released a series of albums in the 1970s in Nigeria that blended heavyweight Afro-Beat with psychedelic Afro-Rock, High-Life, Disco and Soul in a truly unique combination. These albums are impossibly rare to find and this collection brings together the best of those recordings.

    The Lijadu Sisters were the most successful female group in Nigeria in the 1970s and managed to overturn many stereotypes and attitudes as they carved out a unique space for themselves in a predominantly male arena.

    Their influences ranged from female soul singers such as Aretha Franklin, The Pointer Sisters and Miriam Makeba to the afro-beat of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as well as the juju music of I.K. Dairo and the highlife of Victor Olaiya.

    The Lijadu Sisters, identical twins Taiwo and Kehinde Lijadu, grew up in Ibadan, Nigeria. They recorded their debut albumfor Decca Records in 1969. At the start of the 1970s the two singers joined ex-Cream drummer Ginger Baker’s short-lived all-African group Salt (which also included future members of the Afro-Rock group Blo).

    In recent years, Lijadu Sisters have featured on releases on the Soundway and Strut labels. This album brings together the best of their tracks from the four albums recorded for the Afrodisia label in Nigeria – Danger (1976), Mother Africa (1977), Sunshine (1978) and Horizon Unlimited (1979). 

    Read Guardian newspaper feature and review here.

    Licensed from Afodisia, Nigeria.

    Digital availabe outside USA only.


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    Elis ReginaSamba, Eu Canto Assim !Universal Sound
    Soul Jazz Original Brazil Classics: In 1965, Elis Regina dominated the world of Brazilian music. Riding high on her success, the powerfully-voiced singer...
    • Elis Regina – Reza
    • Elis Regina – Menino Das Laranjas
    • Elis Regina – Por Um Amor Maior
    • Elis Regina – Joao Valentao
    • Elis Regina – Maria Do Maranhao
    • Elis Regina – Resolucao
    • Elis Regina – Sou Sem Paz
    • Elis Regina – Pot - Pourri: Consolacao / Berimbau / Tem Do
    • Elis Regina – Aleluia
    • Elis Regina – Eternidade
    • Elis Regina – Preciso Aprender A Ser So
    • Elis Regina – Ultimo Canto
    New Orleans Funk 2: The Original Sound of FunkThe Second Line StrutSoul Jazz Records
    This is Soul Jazz Records’ new journey into the heart of New Orleans and a guide to the city’s finest Funk music produced in the late 1960s and early...
    • Cyril Neville – Gossip
    • Eddie Bo – If It's Good To You (It's Good For You)
    • Ray J – Right Place Wrong Time
    • The Meters – Chicken Strut
    • Allen Toussaint – Tequila
    • The Prime Mates – Hot Tamales
    • Betty Harris – Show It
    • Lee Dorsey – Four Corners
    • Bonnie and Sheila – You Keep Me Hanging On
    • The Gaturs – Yeah You're Right, You Know You're Right
    • Danny White – The Twitch
    • Inell Young – What Do You See In Her
    • Earl King – Street Parade
    • Eddie Bo & The Soul Finders – The Rubber Band
    • Benny Spellman – Fortune Teller
    • Warren Lee – Mama Said We Can't Get Married
    • Betty Harris – 12 Red Roses
    • Joe Chopper & The Swinging 7 Soul Band – Soul Pusher
    • Eddie Bo – Hey Bo
    • Johnny Moore – Haven't I Been Good To You
    • Jimmy Hicks – I'm Mr Big Stuff
    • Warren Lee – Funky Belly
    • G. Davis and R. Tyler – Hold On Help Is On The Way
    • Art Neville – Bo Diddley
    • Porgy Jones – Dap
    Winston Jarrett & The Rightous FlamesMan Of The GhettoIroko
    Wicked roots rock reggae album originally released in 1977 on Sonic Sounds in very limited amounts. This new reissue from Iroko Records comes in full reproduction...
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – Man Of The Ghetto
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – Jungle Collie
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – Sleepers
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – Chucky Hark And Shark
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – My Sheep
    • Winston Jarrett & The Rightous Flames – Born To Be Loved
    • Reissue LP£14.99
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    • CD£11.99
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    Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse)K.M.T.Soul Jazz Records
    "A devastating album of epic dancefloor rituals and visions from Jamal Moss (Hieroglyphic Being) and Noleian Reusse in their prized Africans With Mainframes...
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Anachronistic
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Hierachical
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Book Of Gatis
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Negroid Spinx
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Qustal Artifacts
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Naqada
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – K.M.T.
    • Africans With Mainframes (Hieroglyphic Being and Noleian Reusse) – Meroitic Script