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|1.||"Moody Boy" (6:31)|
|2.||"Bad Roads" (5:48)|
|1.||"On Fire" (6:14)|
|2.||"Woro Dance" (6:40)|
|3.||"Tony's Blues" (5:02)|
|1.||"Wolf Eats Wolf" (5:38)|
|2.||"Cool Cats" (4:23)|
|1.||"Push & Pull" (5:49)|
|3.||"Life Is Beautiful" (6:23)|
Tony Allen is on record as saying that The Source, his first album on iconic jazz label Blue Note, is the best recording he's made. Given his length of service and vast discography, that's a bold claim. Certainly, it's a fine album, with the legendary drummer and his selected musicians - mostly jazz players from Paris, plus a Cameroonian guitarist and previous Allen collaborator Damon Albarn on one cut - effortlessly blur the boundaries between Afrobeat and the kind of jazz pioneered by Allen's percussion heroes Art Blakey and Max Roach. It's a brilliant hybrid that fits Allen's unique style of drumming like a glove, and there's no doubt that the former Fela Kuti sticks-man is the real star of the show.
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