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Upside Down
By Fela Kuti
1976 / Afrodisia
In the mid seventies, the Black President was at the top of afrobeat, backed by the best band he never had. Hurry up!

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Gypsy Man
by Marcia Griffiths
1974 / Trojan Records
An incredible version of this Curtis classic. As usual, the reggae pays tribute to the soul.

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Beautiful Black Women
By The Jihad
1960's / Jihad Productions
Awesome black poetry/spoken word tune by a young Leroi Jones, later known as Amiri Baraka. From the very rare “Black & Beautiful, Soul & Madness” LP at Jihad Records.

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Some People
By The Incredible Shrinking Man
2002 / Ape City
Quality folk funk tune by one of the numerous projects of the ubiquitous Shawn Lee! Great vibe all the way!

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jezebel jp lombard

By Jean-Pierre Lombard

1970's / Riviera
After Aznavour and Piaf, a fantastic "nouba" version of the Wayne Shanklin's classic. Sublime strings and space winds...

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In The Beginning
By Tumi Mogorosi
2014/Jazzman Records
Somewhere between Max Roach's vocal suites and Mary Lou Williams' “Black Christ of the Andes”, this young drummer from Jo'Burg invents a possible future for jazz. Polyphonic and multi-rhythmic.


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Runaway Heart
By The Baron Von Ohlen Quartet
1973/Creative World
Scat vocal jazz dance classic from the early 70’s!

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