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|1.||"Funky Makossa" (6:04)|
|2.||"Tell Me My Life" (4:26)|
|3.||"Dear Doctor" (6:21)|
|1.||"No One Else (But Me)" (3:18)|
|2.||"We're Makin' A Hell" (4:24)|
|3.||"If You Love Your Neighbout You No Go Die" (6:59)|
|4.||"Sweet Rock Town" (3:58)|
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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