|1.||"Body & Soul" (10:07)|
|2.||"Atomic Bomb" (7:59)|
|1.||"Good Name" (10:04)|
|2.||"Something You Will Never Forget" (10:03)|
|1.||"Why Go To War" (9:00)|
|2.||"Love Is Blind" (7:50)|
|1.||"Heaven & Hell" (4:03)|
|2.||"Let's Fall In Love" (7:18)|
|3.||"Fantastic Man" (6:28)|
|1.||"When The Going Is Smooth & Good" (7:26)|
|2.||"The Way To Win Your Love" (7:01)|
|3.||"Jungle Gods" (4:05)|
|1.||"Love Me Now" (13:40)|
Following 2012's fourth volume that celebrated the existential work of Tim Maia, here we find Luaka Bop exploring the legacy of William Onyeabor. A high chief and Kenyan diplomat who allegedly refuses to discuss his music, he self-released eight albums in the 70s and 80s and these are some of the many highlights. Stretching from the New York-influenced post-punk synth funk of "Good Name" to the most authentic Afro fusion of "Why Go To War", Onyeabor's range not only reflects his clear creative skill, but also the ever-developing international language of music during the fruitful period he was active. Who is William Onyeabor? Press play and find out yourselves...
Scratchandsniff, Andrew Pirie (Melting Pot), Djouls (Paris DJs), Powlo Thirsty Ear, Charles Maurice, Felix Dickinson, Dicky Trisco, Lawrence Le Doux, Sito / / Mischio Dischi Disco, Manu•Archeo, AfroBase (Radio Chart), RUSTAM OSPANOFF., Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, Cut & Shut Disco, Curt J, Ksoul, Ionik (Traveller Records, KGS), Mop Mop, Dusty / Jazz & Milk, Adam Isbell -Racubah Sound System, Kisk, Andrew Allsgood (Free Association), Voodoocuts, Patrick Forge, Horton Jupiter, Far Out Recordings, Pushin Wood (Bambeats), Session Victim, Juno Recommends Funk, Riccio, Marsman, Damon Martin (Disco Bloodbath), Eddie C, Amen Brother Disco Band, Afro Beat Foundation, Daniel Nellstrum O'Bongo, Juno Classics, JKriv (Razor-N-Tape), Your Name (Legalize Lambada), DJ Raw Sugar, Alien Disco Sugar / Leonidas DeeJay, Sccucci Manucci, Mitchell Goor, DJ ROCCA (Ajello, Erodiscotique), Detroit Swindle, Hugo Mendez, Alan Dente, Pedestrian, Guillaume Metenier (Gee Recordings), Chesney, Freddie Norwood, Francesco Rossini, Bal 5000
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