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Cat: CRZR 1006LP. Rel: 05 Sep 17
  1. Fire Woman (3:14)
  2. The Truth (2:35)
  3. True Light (5:16)
  4. You're The One (4:23)
  5. Take Me Home (4:11)
  6. Simin Boogie (3:39)
  7. Don't Take Me For A Ride (4:47)
  8. Ekele (5:33)
Review: Admirable reissue imprint Comb & Razor Sound continues to unearth, license and re-print lesser-known gems from around the world. Their latest find is Fire Woman, the incredibly rare third album from little-known nine-piece Foundars 15. Interestingly, the album's tracks are not straight-up Afro-funk or Afro-beat workouts. Instead, they various take in Cymande style reggae/soul fusion, psychedelic '60s style pop, wild funk rock/Afrobeat fusion, Hammond-laden torch songs, and skewed Afro-jazz. It's a curious but hugely entertaining hotch-potch of styles that makes for hugely enjoyable listening from start to finish. Highlights include fuzzy, solo-laden closer "Ekele", the anthem-like "Simin Boogie" and Fela Kuti-ish "True Light".
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Cat: CRZR 1008LP. Rel: 19 Sep 17
  1. Funky Makossa (6:04)
  2. Tell Me My Life (4:26)
  3. Dear Doctor (6:21)
  4. No One Else (But Me) (3:18)
  5. We're Makin' A Hell (4:24)
  6. If You Love Your Neighbout You No Go Die (6:59)
  7. Sweet Rock Town (3:58)
Review: One of the many remarkable things about Rock Town Express's 1974 debut album - originally eponymously titled but now renamed after the album's most celebrated track - is that it was the work of just two musicians, who each manned multiple instruments during the recording process. Given that it sounds fiendishly loose and live, as if it was laid down in one take, that's seriously impressive. As an album, it offers a decidedly fuzzy fusion of early Afrobeat, Sly Stone style funk-rock and the mind of heady psychedelic rock that's more associated with bands from San Francisco. In other words, it's the kind of obscure but brilliant Afro-rock fusion that you need in your life.
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 in stock $20.56
Cat: CRZR 1002LP. Rel: 30 Jul 12
  1. Ndia Egbuo Ndia
  2. Ebenebe
  3. Isi Agboncha
  4. True Fine Mama/True Fine Woman
  5. Giam Blow
  6. Yanga (Okongwu)
 in stock $22.19
Cat: CRZR 1003LP. Rel: 31 Aug 16
  1. Position Pass Power (15:37)
  2. Women Are Great (10:21)
  3. I Need Your Love (5:52)
Review: Shango is the name for the Yoruba 'Thunder God' in Nigeria and Ojo Okeji, the leader of the Shango Dance Band was all about injecting military power and warlike energy in his own strain of Nigerian highlife and afrobeat. However, apart from all of Okeji's cult-like stories involving him and his part in the Nigerian army during a time of civil unrest in the late 60's and through to the 70's, and his often troublesome relationship with the great Fela Kuti, the truly special aspect of the Shango Dance Band album is that it was never properly released following its production in 1974. Comb & Razor have done the right thing here and, without them, this magical LP would still be locked away in the never-ending vaults of Nigerian music. This is very personal, incredibly singular African jazz-dance with a raucous psychedelic edge that lifts it high and mighty above the competition. A truly special album - DO NOT MISS IT.
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Cat: CRZR 1003CD. Rel: 15 Aug 16
  1. Position Pass Power
  2. Women Are Great
  3. I Need Your Love
  4. Son Of Thunder
  5. Alupandu-Gbe
Review: During military service with the Nigerian military in 1978, former Fela Kuti collaborators Ojo Okeji and Abayomi "Easy" Adio decided to form a new band. Featuring other musicians recruited from within the ranks of the 6th Infantry Brigade of the Nigerian Army, the Shango Dance Band recorded an eponymous debut album that was only ever available to other military personnel. Here, it gets a first worldwide reissue. Similar in ethos to the Afrobeat sound the duo had helped Fela develop - but with extra layers of guitar, percussion, and gravel-throated U.S soul style vocals - Shango Dance Band is as potent and funky as anything released in Nigeria during the period. Thanks to the excellent Comb & Razor Sound, it's no longer a hidden classic.
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Cat: CRZR 1004CD. Rel: 27 Jan 17
  1. Isadico Dance Band Of Nigeria Led By Isaiah Dickson - "Mbre Isong" (intro)
  2. Cross River Nationale - "Nyong Eyen Unen"
  3. The Visitors - "Eyen Erong Uwa"
  4. Mansion - "Akam Itoro Abasi"
  5. Monica Isaac - "Akananwan"
  6. Emmanuel Ntia & His Eastern Star Dance Band - "Top Eyop Odo"
  7. The Sea Lions - "Akwa Idim"
  8. Charles Duke - "Suk Usan Idang" (Cross River radio interlude)
  9. Isadico Dance Band Of Nigeria Led By Isaiah Dickson - "Eti Eyeneka"
  10. The Doves - "Akan Anwan Isong Idung"
  11. Mary Afi Usuah & The South Eastern State Cultural Centre Band - "Mma Ama Mbo"
  12. Sunny Risky & The Vitamin Explosion - "Atak Mfat Eyen"
  13. Chief Inyang Henshaw & His Top Ten Aces - "Eseme Ikpong"
  14. Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes - "Ererimbot Ayafung Oko"
  15. Bustic Kingsley Bassey's Anansa Engineers - "Journey To Luna"
Review: For their latest tribute to Nigeria's booming music scene of the '70s and early '80s, Comb & Razor Sound has decided to do things differently. Whereas most compilations of vintage Nigerian grooves focus on music made in and around the bustling city of Lagos, Calabar-Itu Road looks instead at tracks made and released by those in South Eastern Nigeria. In true crate-digging fashion, the two CDs here - featuring tracks from previously unheralded stars of the "Calabar" scene, including Etubom Rex Willians and Cross River Nationale - come accompanied by a thoroughly researched, 44-page booklet telling the story of the region's love affair with popular music. If you're interested in African funk, soul and disco, it should be an essential purchase.
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  1. Actor Alile - "The Seed Of Love" (4:14)
  2. Dedication - "Concert Ever" (3:34)
  3. Emma Ogosi - "Slave Drivers" (3:29)
  4. Fred Donn - "Lidina Lole" (3:44)
  5. Rennie Cottonheart - "No More Love In This Town" (3:30)
  6. Al Jackson - "Sometime Someday" (3:30)
  7. Ogak Jay Oke - "Another Day" (3:44)
  8. Henry Pedro - "Roots" (5:28)
  9. Joe Nez & His Top Six - "Baby You" (6:30)
  10. Ofege - "Come Right Back" (4:48)
  11. Stanley Edet Jr - "Never Be In A Hurry" (4:27)
  12. Don Civic - "Hill Billy Man" (4:23)
  13. Emma Ogosi - "Going Back To My Wife" (3:21)
  14. Gnonnas Pedro - "Dark As A Dungeon" (7:14)
  15. Henry Pedro - "Midnight Sun" (4:41)
  16. Poor Charley Akaa - "Be In Your Arms" (6:30)
Played by: Kalita Records
 in stock $29.77
Cat: CRZR 1001LP. Rel: 24 Feb 12
  1. Mixed Grill - "A Brand New Wayo"
  2. Kris Okotie - "Show Me Your Backside"
  3. Murphy Williams - "Get On Up"
  4. Joe Moks - "Boys & Girls"
  5. Amas - "Slow Down"
  6. Oby Onyioha - "I Want To Feel Your Love"
  7. Dizzy K Falola - "Excuse Me Baby"
  8. Chris Mba - "Funky Situation"
  9. Bayo Damazio - "Listen To The Music"
  10. Martha Ulaeto - "Music Alone"
  11. Segun Robert - "Big Race"
  12. Amel Addmore - "Jane"
  13. Honey Machine - "Pleasure"
  14. The Stormmers - "Love Or Money"
  15. Emma Baloka - "Let's Love Each Other"
 in stock $25.71
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