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|1.||Odeyemi - "Oni Suru" (5:29)|
|2.||Prince Nico Mbarga & Rocafil Jazz - "Sickness" (7:36)|
|3.||Osayomore Joseph & The Creative 7 - "Obonogbozu" (6:50)|
|1.||Felixson Ngasia & The Survivals - "Black Precious Colour" (7:12)|
|2.||Sina Bakare - "Africa" (5:29)|
|3.||Saxon Lee & The Shadows International - "Special Secret Of Baby" (8:45)|
|1.||International Brothers Band - "Onuma Dimnobi" (8:19)|
|2.||Don Bruce & The Angels - "Kinuye" (5:50)|
|3.||Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes - "Psychedelic Shoes" (6:14)|
|1.||Rogana Ottah & His Black Heroes Int - "Let Them Say" (8:48)|
|2.||Sir Victor Uwaifo & His Titibitis - "Iziegbe (Ekassa No 70)" (7:16)|
|3.||MA Jaiyesimi & His Crescent Bros Band - "Mundiya Loju" (3:04)|
As part of their 20th anniversary celebrations, Strut has decided to bring back the compilation series that first put the label on the map: "Nigeria 70". Curated by Duncan Brooker, this latest volume in the series is the first for eight years. It's another history lesson, with Brooker largely focusing on exposing the musical links between the music of Nigeria and Benin. You get a white-hot mixture of Highlife, Afro-Funk and Ju-Ju, mostly hand-picked from albums and singles that are near impossible for mere mortals to find. Interestingly, this edition doesn't just contain heavy cuts from the '70s, but also more synth-powered songs from the 1980s, too. As you'd expect, it makes for terrific listening.
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