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24 Hours In A Disco 1978-82
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Cat: SNDWCD 047. Rel: 19 Nov 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Disco Dancer
  2. 24 Hours In A Disco
  3. Keep On Dancing
  4. Disco Train
  5. Pretty Pretty Girls
  6. Sexy Dancer
  7. Loving You
Feelin' Alright
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Cat: PMG 054LP. Rel: 20 Feb 17
Funk
  1. Rosemary (5:34)
  2. Give It To Me (4:35)
  3. Feelin' Alright (4:30)
  4. Too Much (4:47)
  5. Love To Love You (5:57)
  6. You (4:27)
  7. Aint No Use (4:00)
  8. Daily Prayer (4:56)
Review: According to the label, Nigerian singer Kiki Gyan's star "didn't burn long, but it burned bright." As a member of Afro funk super group Osibisa at 15; he was millionaire by 18 and regarded as one of the best keyboardists in the world at the tender age of 21. In 1983 he 'dived head first into the New York party scene', took a lot of drugs, spent a lot of time in clubs and got together a team of crack local musicians to record Feelin' Alright. All the artist's trademark elements are present and in full effect on this LP. The album contains irresistible elements of electronic funk, boogie and disco with the track "Rosemary" becoming a hit across Nigeria and Ghana. Kiki Gyan would never quite better this moment, for his addictions eventually took hold and he died aged only 47 at a church in Ghana. This very album 'remains one of the brightest stars in his extraordinary constellation.'
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Played by: Alan Dente
Feelin' Alright
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Cat: PMG 054CD. Rel: 27 Mar 17
International
  1. Rosemary
  2. Give It To Me
  3. Feelin' Alright
  4. Too Much
  5. Love To Love You
  6. You
  7. Ain't No Use
  8. Daily Prayer
Review: The story of Nigerian singer Kiki Gyan is a remarkable one. He began his recording career as a member of Afro-funk outfit Osibisa at 15 and was a millionaire by the time he turned 18. In the early '80s he made the move to New York, diving headfirst into the party scene, before recording the standout solo album of his all-too-brief career, 1983's Feelin' Alright. It remains something of an Afro-boogie classic, with Gyan and his collaborators - mostly local musicians recruited by the studio - laying down a succession of killer tracks that expertly fuse elements of jazz-funk, soul, disco and, on standout "Love To Love You", electrofunk.
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