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Thursday, Jun 06 2013 | 21:31
Image: 1580189 Camp Supafrico return with the sixth edition of their highly acclaimed 'Sound of Funky Africa' series. Digging even deeper into the Afro-funk vaults, side A features the über-rare 1984 Shina Williams and His African Percussionists 'Agboju Logun'. Grooving along for a massive eleven and a half minutes, this super-heavy Nigerian disco cut splices raw sounding horns with choirs and chants. Seriously epic. Flip over for 'Don't Do It' from Bongi Makeba, a mesmerising afro-funk workout with her powerful voice weaving in and out of the grooving bass and spaced-out sax. Last up is the sought-after 'Mangous Ye' from Black Soul. Originally the B-side of a 1976 release on tiny but top-quality NYC label Beam Junction, this Tom Moulton mixed slice of high-octane percussion-soaked afro-disco hit big on Italy's Cosmic scene as well as the clubs of New York. Another surefire hit from the Supafrico imprint.

A1. Shina Williams & His African Percussionists - Agboju Logun (11.30)
B1. Bongi Makeba - Don't Do It
B2. Black Soul - Mangous Ye (12" Disco Version)
Available from 17.05.2013
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