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|2.||"Hook & Crook"|
|3.||"Tombstone" (Movement 1 Good Doer - feat Zap Mama)|
|4.||"Tombstone" (Movement 2 Mami Water Down - feat Zap Mama)|
|5.||"Tombstone" (Movement 3 Gates Of Zion - feat Zap Mama)|
On Where The Gods Are In Peace, their first album for five years, long-serving NYC Afrobeat revivalists Antibalas return to Daptone with fellow veterans Zapa Mama in tow. The all-female Belgian combo provides vocals on album centrepiece "Tombstown", a suite of track in three distinctive "Movements". All three parts, which are drenched in reverb and delay and operate at a far slower tempo than much of Antibalas's output, are decidedly cosmic in tone, with greater percussive intricacy, subtle Afro-jazz influences and an impressive variety of instrumental solos. Of course, it wouldn't be an Antibalas album without a rousing dancefloor epic or two, and happily both the Fela Kuti style "Gold Rush" and funk-fuelled "Hook & Crook" tick that particular box.
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