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Africa Funk – The Original Sound of 70’s

Both these AfricaFunk compilations collect African music from many artists’ standout tracks to make you dance till the end of night… No contest, some are clear dance floor fillers if your audience is ready…

  1. Oneness Of Juju – African Rhythms
  2. Peter King – Ajo
  3. Wali & The Afro Caravan – Hail The King
  4. Manu Dibango(Soul Fiesta or African Battle or…?)*
  5. Lafayette Afro Rock Band – Malik
  6. Mombasa – African Hustle
  7. Fela Ransome Kuti & Africa 70 – Expensive Shit
  8. Matata – Talkin’ Talkin’
  9. Vecchio – Megaton
  10. Manu Dibango – Weya
  11. Mulatu Astatke – Netsanet
  12. Ice – Racubah
  13. Tony Allen – Road Close (Dance Dub)

Return to AfricaFunk

  1. The Rwenzori’s – Handsome Boy (E Wara) (Pts. 1 & 2)
  2. Buari – Ku Ka Maria
  3. Matata – I Feel Funky
  4. Ice – Time Will Tell
  5. Kongas – Anikana-O
  6. Vecchio – Nsambei
  7. Wisdom – Nefertiti
  8. Fela Kuti – Roforofo Fight
  9. Tony Allen – N.E.P.A. (Never Expect Power Always)
  10. Manu Dibango – Big Blow
  11. Antibalas with Jojo Quo – Uprising (Pts. 1 & 2)
  12. Oneness of Juju – Poo Too/Liberation Dues
Africafunk - Original Sound of 1970s

Check these CDs on Discogs.

* Track 4 on the first CD is originally credited as Manu Dibango’s African Battle, and was later changed to Soul Fiesta. But the real track is “The Panther”, IMHO…. All tracks are on the same album Africadelic.

African Battle
Soul Fiesta
The Panther

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