||Orchestre Baobab - "Kelen Ati Len" (Original Mix)
||Moussa Doumbia - "Samba" (Guynamukat 7 inch edit by Nik Weston for GUYNAMUKAT productions)
|played by:Shantisan, Pete Isaac (Jelly Jazz), Ennio Styles (Stylin Radio Show), Powlo Thirsty Ear, Nik Weston (Mukatsuku/Guynamukat), Secousse, 7 Samurai, Phil Levene, Koichi Sakai - Ghetto Lounge, Spacewalker Milic, Afrobase (Radio Chart), Dom Servini, Cabaret Manana, Craig Charles Funk And Soul Show, Robert Luis (Tru Thoughts), Switch Groov Exp. (Bab Musique), Pat Les Stache (Cabana Disco), Mehdi, Dusty / Jazz & Milk, DJ Drm (Bastard Jazz / Bstrd Boots), Faze Action, Paul Thornton (Itch / Dig Deep), Los Charly's Orchestra, Rob Coley (Soul-Identity Music), DJ Nick Carling/Fruitful, Jazzee Loudness, Voodoocuts, Elitechnique, Nick Recordkicks (Rk), Hugo Mendez (Sofrito), Venice Beach, Funky Bompa, Rebecca_vasmant, Juno Recommends Funk/Reissues, Agogo Records, Nicholas, Killer Funk Records Usa, Afro Beat Foundation, Suonho, I Love Disco!, Ray Mang, Jettricks, Summer Carnival Chart, Guynamukat Production, The Ivory Boy, I Love 45's!, DJ Toffee, Nicola Conte, The Jazz Meet, Skyline Recordings Chart, Sccucci Manucci, Boglewaltz, Juno Best Sellers 2012, Freqnik & Wdre, Soulbrigada, Corazon At Floripa
London based Mukatsuku Records dig deep into the French label Oriki music catalogue (founded in 2005 by Gregoire de Villanova) to unleash two sought after classics of West African funk gems that have stood the onslaught of time as timeless pieces of music. Orchestre Baobab, initially from Senegal were formed in 1970 as an afro cuban band and went onto to have a considerable career until the mid 1980's and then reforming in 2001.'Kelen Ati Len' was recorded in the mid 1970's and its appeal is not only with fans of world music but with b boys and funk lovers who dig the tough breakbeats and funky arrangements within. On the flipside ''Samba'' from Malian artist Moussa Doumbia is edited by Nik from GUYNAMUKAT into a 45 friendly length.''Samba'' is infused with hipnotic guitar,shuffling funky rhythm patterns,fantastic brass arrangements and James Brown type screams which possibly hint at his cosmopolitan lifestyle having lived in Paris for several years and been facinated by African American Music.Strictly vinyl only 7 inch issue & mastered by Sean P. Don't sleep!
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