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African Experimentals 1972-1979
Cat: ASVN 068. Rel: 26 Oct 18
International
  1. Jokenge
  2. Push Am Forward
  3. Mr Who You Be
  4. Gowa
  5. Sonjo
  6. Money Palava
  7. Dem Kick
  8. Money Nor Bataya
  9. Mother In Law
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Cat: ASVN 038. Rel: 26 Jan 17
International
  1. Africa Africa (2:08)
  2. Aboki (Mon Copain) (4:39)
  3. Nyambe (4:25)
  4. N'kondo (La Joie Des Retrouvailles) (3:02)
  5. Ekila (5:37)
  6. Soul Castle (1:42)
  7. Massoma (Remerciements) (4:17)
  8. Machine Ma Bwindea (4:32)
  9. Mother Africa (4:10)
  10. Lambo Lena (3:59)
Review: Africa Seven ignites 2017 with an outstanding addition to their African Funk Experimentals series with this precision curation of Cameroonian Ekambi's best work. Taken from albums such as Djambo's Djambo's, Africa Oumba and his two eponymous albums, the far-reaching collection ranges from downhome low-swung bluesy funk disco ("Soul Castle") to glistening highlife vibrancy ("Lambo Lena") by way of thumping French disco ("Nyambe"). Brilliant by name, brilliant by nature...
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Manu 76 (CD)
Cat: ASVN 007. Rel: 23 Jul 15
International
  1. Qui Est Fou De Qui? (Chouchou)
  2. Bokilo's Boogie
  3. Mimbo
  4. Mouvemont Ewondo
  5. Besoka
  6. Angola
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Cat: ASVN 052. Rel: 15 Feb 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Funky Disco Music (4:12)
  2. Ndolo Embe Mulema (6:07)
  3. Une Chanson Sans Paroles (4:41)
  4. Bowa'a Mba Ngebe (3:31)
  5. Doi Da Manga (3:16)
  6. Me To A De Try My Own (7:52)
  7. Esele Mba Musango Na Ndol'am (3:43)
  8. Emen Ango (6:17)
Review: A veritable French fusion institution; classically trained Cameroon musician Eko Roosevelt Louis was responsible for a catalogue of exciting jazz funk, disco and afrofunk records throughout the 70s and remained active touring Europe until the 90s when he returned to Cameroon to inherit the role as tribal chieftain from his grandfather. Released in 1979, Funky Disco Music was his third album and packs some of his most powerful compositions. The triumphant title track says it all; laidback, charming and full of positivity it sets the scene for the whole trip. Highlights include the rock-tinged soul chugger "Une Chanson Sans Paroles", the highlife uplift of "Doi Da Manga" and the smouldering showstopper finale "Emen Ango". Dig deep and enjoy... Africa Seven promise more Eko reissues in the near future.
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Cat: ASVN 058. Rel: 29 Mar 18
International
  1. Douala By Night (3:10)
  2. Funky Bafoussam (3:26)
  3. More & More (5:34)
  4. Love Is Light (3:33)
  5. Aie (4:41)
  6. Not So Bad (3:49)
  7. I Love Yaounde (4:00)
  8. Eda (3:47)
  9. Funky Boogie Love (3:15)
  10. Eya Mba (7:46)
Review: Between the mid 1970s and the late 1980s, Cameroonian duo J.M Tim and Foty recorded a string of killer Afro-funk albums. This superb compilation from Africa Seven shines a light on the best of the duo's early work, with each of the ten tracks recorded between 1977 and '79. There's much to set the pulse racing throughout, from the crunchy Clavinets, punchy horns and heavy grooves of opener "Douala By Night" and the rubbery disco-funk of "More and More", to the swirling, celebratory vocals, sun-kissed guitars and dazzling analogue synth solos of "Ale". Elsewhere, check the Bee Gees-in-Cameroon flex of "Funky Boogie Love" and "I Love Youande", a breezy affair with a touch of country-funk swing and an a sublime bass guitar riff.
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Cat: ASVN 027. Rel: 11 Jan 18
International
  1. More Sekele Movement (Papa Ni Mama) (4:05)
  2. Dora (7:53)
  3. Watcha Get Ma Day Dreams (6:14)
  4. Sekelimania (Nku Bilam) (3:46)
  5. The Sekele Movement (6:28)
  6. As Far I Can Remember (6:23)
Review: Having previously reissued Pasteur Lappe's sought-after 1979 sophomore set, No Man Pass Man, the crew behind the Africa Seven label has turned its attention to the Cameroonian artist's similarly impressive debut, We The People. It's a vibrant and hugely entertaining six-track set, with Lappe offering up a range of dancefloor-ready cuts that variously touch on heavy Afro-disco ("More Sekele Movement (Papa Ni Mama)"), horn-heavy tropical funk ("Dora"), saccharine English language ballads ("Watcha Get Ma Day Dreams"), thrusting disco-funk righteousness (Clav-happy smasher "Sekelimania (Nku Bilam)" and "The Sekele Movement") and laidback, Steely Dan style West Coast jazz-rock ("As Far As I Can Remember").
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Cat: ASVN 015. Rel: 04 May 17
International
  1. Na Real Sekele Fo' Ya (6:20)
  2. Follow Me Into My Dreams (In Jamaica) (3:55)
  3. Mbale (Face To Face With The Truth) (3:48)
  4. Misosi (Don't Shoot On Me) (2:52)
  5. Babette D'O (Rastawoman) (5:53)
  6. Back To Funky (3:32)
  7. ABC (3:10)
  8. Na Man Pass Man (Na Iron De Cut Iron) (2:55)
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Du Mali (LP)
Cat: ASVN 045. Rel: 27 Jul 17
International
  1. Yayoroba (6:05)
  2. Porry (11:34)
  3. N'ne Diarabila (7:53)
  4. Dintal (8:57)
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Cat: ASVN 035. Rel: 22 Sep 16
International
  1. Mayel (6:00)
  2. Kanaga 78 (4:59)
  3. Bayadjourou (6:24)
  4. Tjamantie Kolo (7:26)
  5. N'Nebakaidi (5:11)
  6. Nani Nani (6:17)
Review: 1979's Sory Bamba Du Mali was a masterpiece when it first came out, and that hasn't changed a single bit over thirty-five years later. Africa Seven are the ones to resurface this little gem of an album from the comparatively tiny corner of Africa's Mali, and it's very much in line with the rest of the wonderful music from that part of the hemisphere. "Mayel" starts off with a deep brass symphony guided by a mysterious wave of echoing guitar riffs and tribal chanting, but the following "Kanaga 78" is a moment of pure magic, a 4/4 groove with a nutty guitar and wild organ gliding with total freedom - recommended just for that. As you can imagine, the rest of this special album keeps on evolving with each new track, and from ritualistic, percussion-heavy dances to exotic rhythms, this is a must have. Don't even think of getting the original for less the L500.
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Cat: ASVN 018CD. Rel: 16 Jun 16
International
  1. Intro
  2. Hot Koki
  3. Black Gold
  4. Sugar Lump
  5. Gotam
  6. Arabica
  7. Black Woman
  8. Ma Ka La
  9. Nom Te Ma
  10. Tcham Tcham
  11. Mwouop
Review: Africa Seven continue their rich vein of releases this year with an indepth exploration of the Tala A.M. discography. Those unfamiliar with the Cameroonian's story will be shaken by the adversity he lived through before going on to enjoy a successful music career; blindness and the death of both parents afflicted him as a child. However Tala Andre Marie's love of music was his guiding light, as was Cameroonian icon Manu Dibango who helped him relocate to Paris and thus began a recording career consisting of no less than 13 albums! African Funk Experimentals 1975 To 1978 sees Africa Seven dip into the Tala AM archives for a ten track presentation of his funkiest cuts during the early years of recording for the Fiesta label. "Hot Koki" is a particular treat, whilst disco selectors will love "Sugar Lump".
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Cat: ASVN 018. Rel: 12 Nov 15
International
  1. Intro (0:42)
  2. Hot Koki (5:11)
  3. Black Gold (5:18)
  4. Sugar Lump (6:01)
  5. Gotam (3:11)
  6. Arabica (4:35)
  7. Black Woman (3:24)
  8. Ma Ka La (3:45)
  9. Nom Te Ma (4:42)
  10. Tcham Tcham (4:01)
Review: Africa Seven continue their rich vein of releases this year with an indepth exploration of the Tala A.M. discography. Those unfamiliar with the Cameroonian's story will be shaken by the adversity he lived through before going on to enjoy a successful music career; blindness and the death of both parents afflicted him as a child. However Tala Andre Marie's love of music was his guiding light, as was Cameroonian icon Manu Dibango who helped him relocate to Paris and thus began a recording career consisting of no less than 13 albums! African Funk Experimentals 1975 To 1978 sees Africa Seven dip into the Tala AM archives for a ten track presentation of his funkiest cuts during the early years of recording for the Fiesta label. "Hot Koki" is a particular treat, whilst disco selectors will love "Sugar Lump".
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Cat: ASVN 048CD. Rel: 28 Sep 17
Funk
  1. Jangolo
  2. Funky Feeling
  3. Piani
  4. Those Flowers
  5. American Lady
  6. Dig It Babe (part 1)
  7. Dig It Babe (part 2)
  8. Ewande
  9. The Lion Roar
  10. It's The D Day
  11. Mystic Power
  12. A'Muna
  13. Get Down & Freak
  14. Get It The Way I Like It
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VARIOUS
Cat: ASVN 001. Rel: 05 Aug 15
Funk
  1. Ekambi Brillant - "Africa Africa" (2:06)
  2. Tala AM - "Black Gold" (5:17)
  3. Kemayo - "Kag Am" (3:06)
  4. Jo Tongo - "Jangolo" (4:52)
  5. Manu Dibango - "Mimbo" (4:42)
  6. Jo Bisso - "Give It Up" (4:01)
  7. M'Bamina - "Mbongui" (2:39)
  8. Jake Sollo - "Father Time, Mother Nature" (4:50)
  9. Sookie - "Choco Date" (4:19)
  10. African Souls Band - "Nande" (3:51)
Review: A brand new label based in London and Paris but with roots deeply planted in the motherland, Africa Seven catapult themselves into our collection with such funky gusto very soon it will hard to be able to look at our collections and remember life without them. Their launch compilation is a showcase of Africa's funkiest side. Ranging from deep cosmic psychedelic rock (Ekambi Brilliant's "Africa Africa") to bright-flared, horn-fronted disco funk (Jo Tongo's "Jangolo") via firing, straight up floor-grooves like Jo Bisso's "Give It Up", this is an exceptional collection of a expertly curated jams that have yet to enjoy the exposure they deserve. Something tells us Africa Seven are going to add even more weight to the Afrobeat dialogue in the near future.
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VARIOUS
Cat: ASVN 040. Rel: 30 Nov 17
Funk
  1. Tala AM - "Get Up Tchamassi" (3:08)
  2. Eko - "Bowa'a Mba Ngebe" (3:28)
  3. Uta Bella - "Nassa Nassa" (3:54)
  4. Charly Kingson - "Nimele Bolo" (5:19)
  5. Manu Dibango - "Sun Explosion" (8:12)
  6. Kemayo & K System - "Biram" (1:58)
  7. Momo Joseph - "Africain" (4:27)
  8. Jake Sollo - "Tinini Yanana" (7:12)
  9. Pierre Didy Tchakounte - "Soul Magabe" (3:37)
  10. The Monstars - "Funny Saga" (3:28)
Review: To date, each volume in Africa Seven's thrilling Africa Airways compilation series has been little less than essential. It goes without saying that this fourth instalment is also exceptionally good. Whereas previous volumes have focused on Afro-funk and "Afro-psych" (think Sly Stone, Nigerian style), this set drills down into African disco-funk released between 1976 and '83. Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the solo-laden, slap bass-boasting bounce of Tala AM's "Get Up Tchamassi" and Charly Kingson's squelchy, synth-laden Blaxploitation number "Nimele Bolo", to the righteous, piano-driven thrills of Kemayo and K-System's brilliant "Biram" and the superior boogie business of Jake Sollo's "Tinini Yasana".
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VARIOUS
Cat: ASVN 041. Rel: 25 May 17
International
  1. Afro National - "Jokenge" (IG Culture edit) (5:00)
  2. Ekambi Brillant - "Soul Castle" (Silkie edit Over dub) (4:35)
  3. M'Bamina - "Mosi Zole" (EVM edit Over dub) (5:42)
  4. M'Bamina - "Mbongui" (Marcel Lune edit Refix) (5:24)
  5. Sorry Bamba - "Nani Nani" (Appleblim edit Over dub) (3:58)
  6. Douglas Mbida - "Nnom Mot" (Ry9n & Knid edit Over dub) (5:44)
  7. Sookie - "Rhythm On Rhythm" (DJ Food Chop Up) (6:18)
  8. Ekambi Brillant - "Afrika Afrika" (John Talabot & Pional Lost Scripts Rerub) (6:30)
  9. Manu Dibango - "Les Cavaliers" (Plaid edit Over dub) (4:31)
  10. Pasteur Lappe - "Sekelimania (Nku Bilam)" (Jabru edit Over dub) (5:22)
  11. Bunzu Soundz - "Zinabu" (Moody Boyz edit Refix) (6:17)
  12. Bozambo - "Bgklouala Niklouala" (Redpine & Solo edit Over dub) (6:05)
Review: Crate-digging reissue specialists Africa Seven has decided to flip the script on this fantastic album, asking a range of contemporary producers to "re-imagine" a string of rare soul, funk, Afrobeat and disco jams. Thrillingly for those who remember the original West London broken beat scene, the comp contains some killer "bruk" revisions - not least Silkie's brilliantly fluid and groovy take on Ekambi Brillant's "Soul Castle" and EVM's rolling, Bugz in the Attic style revision of M'Bamina's "Mosi Zole". Elsewhere, Appleblim delivers a typically fuzzy and bass heavy rework of Sorry Bamba, Dj Food chops up Sookie's organ-laden funk slammer "Rhythm on Rhythm" an IDM heroes Plaid join the dots between vintage African jazz and woozy electronica. In a word: superb.
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