Live at Club World

wow another dailyleftover!
:) hello my virtual audience
I had this thing already some time in mind, as CRISIS is the word of today. Many seem to have no clue what is going on and been blindfolded by deadly comfort for too long ... anyway nobody knows tomorrow ...so lets dance our way trough it

Crisis Money Struggle, so this means great African tunes, starting with the great tune from Monomono led by mr. Haastrup. Crazy keys in the Lightning Power Of Awareness is all i can say. Second track is from a reissue of the The Peace, a band from Zambia. This reissue is quality wise similair to most other old african records and probably mastered from an mp3 file that floated on the www for some time. But anyways this records stands out and rocks aslike the similar W.I.T.C.H. records. Track 3 is a fine Guitar piece by Smahila & The S.B.'s about what you can do with money(imho the most sung about issue on African records) Smahila most know for his afrobeat track on the Afrodisiac Records 12", and as far as i know that was a one time only that he made Afrobeat on this imho boring Lp (African Movement on A-side), and he found his very great own style after that. #4 James Danso i only have one record Makossa and is just a nice afro tune that seemd to fit before Diamond 3 downfall of man. We slow down with Mochico Bay into a percussion beat with great brass parts. Track 7 comes from the long unknown but now already legendary LP of Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family reissued by DJ Soulpusher who gave us the great voodoofunk blog. He mentions that although travelling Africa for a long time he never did find such a Afrobeat gemm again, but that is maybe also because he found the love for Disco, African Disco that is ..but as a real Funk brother he had to excuse himself many times for playing disco before he said outloud that he was a disco man by heart :) anyways may he discover many nice tunes for us in his next travel. Joe Mensah after this. A track i have in my heart for a long time because it has those nice little freaky things hanging on a straight rhythm, a beautiful Tribute To Nigeria that is. Victor Olaiya's Omelebele, what can is say, a great artist who made many great tunes... [[edit: sorry for the sound quality is this tracks]]
Prince V. Jala Osazuwa made few records with outstanding afro beats and so this track found its way into this dailyleftover for you to ear. Mr. Ofege here with for me a great track from his superb solo album Evolution and ending with Frank Fyne ...what will be will be
gotta go, C'yah
ENJOY (link refreshed 14/02/2011)

Live at Club World tt 1:07:54
0:00:00 Monomono - The World Might Fall Over
LP Give The Begger A Chance 1973 Odeon EDL02.01.99
0:06:08 The Peace -Get On The Way
ReissueLP Black Power Groovie Records GROO 0011
0:14:50 Smahila & The S.B.'s -Money
LP .. 1978 Decca 278.178
0:20:40 James Danso - Agoro Ye De
LP Agoro Ye De Makossa MA 7086
0:26:13 Diamond 3- Downfall Of Man
LP Pocket No Good EMI NEMI556
0:30:55 Mochico Bay And His Melody Makers - Edegbee
0:37:08 Pax Nicholas And The Nettey Family -You
ReissueLPNa Teef Know De Road Of Teef Daptone017
0:43:00 Joe Mensah - Ye Gbawa Oo Baba
LP The Afrikan Hustle Mezumbah ME-D 1000
0:49:00 Victor Olaiya - Omelebele
Compilation Lagos Chop Up Honest Jon's HJRLP 15
0:54:47 Prince V. Jala Osazuwa & His African Angels - Nnem Zimozi
LP Son Of Africa EMI NEMI209
0:58:31 Melvin Ukachi -Mr. T
LP Evolution (Bring Back The Ofege Beat)1981 EMI NODLP 003
1:03:22 Frank Fyne -What Will Be Will Be
LP Frank Fyne's Express 1977 Go Gay Muomaife GGLP 1013


Matt Fargo said...

Wow! amazing stuff, glad to discover your blog

dailyleftover said...

thank you for reply
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