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Cat: BBE 583ACD. Rel: 17 Sep 19
  1. Music
  2. Feelings
  3. Anokwar (Truth)
  4. Yayo Papa (Good Friend)
  5. Let's Go Funky Town
  6. Minsumobo
  7. Sophisticated Jammer
  8. Karambani
  9. Power To My People
  10. Rhythm Of Africa
Review: Recorded in 1983 and '84 respectively, "Feelings" and "Sidiku Buari & His Jam Busters" were the last albums recorded by Sidiku Buari, a New York based musician who turned to music after a promising career as an athlete in his native Ghana. He initially rose to prominence making highlife and afro-disco, but by the early '80s Sidiku was in full-on Afro-boogie and electrofunk mode, offering up tracks rich in colourful synthesizer lines, punchy electronic drums and righteous vocals in his native tongue. There's much to set the pulse racing across both slabs of wax, from the squelchy, club-ready brilliance of "Music" and "Anokwar (Truth)", to the slap bass propelled flex of "Minsumobo", dub disco grooves of "Karambani" and flute-laden breeziness of "Rhythm Of Africa".
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  1. Kourouni
  2. Tou Dibile
  3. Tjefouroule
  4. Djankonia
  5. Nianimanjougou
  6. Sokono Woulouni
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Cat: MRBCD 210. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Lord We've Missed You
  2. System To Love
  3. Begging On Knees
  4. You've Got Yours Greedy Man
  5. Gotta Take It Cool
  6. Mondo Soul Funky
  7. Swinging Soul For Love
  8. Every Woman Needs A Helper
  9. Love Is What I Need
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Cat: STRUT 207CD. Rel: 06 Sep 19
  1. Jean Kely Et Basth - "Andosy Mora"
  2. Soymanga - "Moramora Zoky"
  3. Roger Georges - "Mama"
  4. Ny Anjarasoa - "Mahonena"
  5. Charles Maurin Poty - "Amboliako Fary"
  6. Mahaleo - "Izahay Mpamita"
  7. Papa James - "Ngoma Hoe"
  8. Los Pepitos Et Leur Ensemble - "BB Gasy"
  9. Jeanot Rabeson Et Son Orchestre - "Jazz Sega"
  10. Feon'Ala - "Farahy"
  11. Terak' Anosy Group - "Soaliza"
  12. Saka Dit The King - "Ody Ody (Tsy Mentsy Mandroso)"
  13. Michael - "Razana Tsy Ho Meloko"
  14. Falafa - "Rapela"
  15. Los Matadores - "Andeha Hanarato"
  16. Nino Rafah - "Oa Niny E"
  17. Kaiamba Orchestra - "Tokatoka"
  18. Atrefy Andriana - "Zaka Tiako Mamolaka Keriko"
Review: It would be fair to say that few of us are familiar with the music of Madagascar, a notably beautiful island in the Indian Ocean whose indigenous culture has rarely registered in Western Europe. Yet as this fine compilation from Strut proves, the nation once boasted a vibrant recording industry whose distinctive sounds blended strong East African influences with more traditional local sounds and the ever-present inspiration of American soul, funk, disco and boogie. "Alefa Madagascar" tells this story through sound by focusing on some of the fuzzy, electrified blends of salegy, soukous and soul popular in the country between 1974 and '84. It does a bang up job, offering up 18 essential cuts that all but the most dusty-fingered crate diggers will never have heard before.
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