Review: Originally presented to Nigerian dancefloors in 1981 by Phonodisk, Cameroonian crooner Bayo Damazio's emphatic vocals are carried with class as the Mighty Flames provide the slick, spaced out disco grooves. The title track wriggles and shakes with Chic style tightness while Bayo's vocal command isn't dissimilar to that of Roy Ayers. "Dizzy With Love", meanwhile, is much more traditional 70s disco in its make-up with a bigger, more obvious groove, perky horn blasts and infectious falsetto vocals. Do as the title says and listen... Music like this speaks for itself.
Review: Few albums are steeped in as much worldly music heritage as this Afrofunk masterpiece. Recorded in Ginger Baker's ARC studio in Lagos, mixed down in Tin Pan Alley Studios and, just recently, remastered at Abbey Road: everything about this previously rare-as-hens-teeth album screams class. Everything about it screams funk, too. Deep, bluesy, psychedelic and textured in rich intricate percussion, there's a strong sense of spirituality throughout. For once, it really is all about the Money!