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Friday, Jan 30 2015 | 03:25
Image: 1595044 Supafrico unearths another superb collection of impossible to find Afro Disco rarities. South Africa's legendary songstress Margaret Singana is up first with her indemand cover of the Stretch classic 'Why Did You Do It', a super-funky take on an already great song, previously only available on her 1977 'Tribal Fence' LP. Next up is the sizzling brass and guitar-laden afro-funk of 'Hey Macumba', by Guinean disco king John Ozila, plucked from his acclaimed 1978 LP 'Africa Goes Disco'. The flip side features another couple of excellent cover versions, Sweet Talks' party-starting Afro disco version of Andy Gibb's hit 'Shadow Dancing' and the highly sought-after 'Disco Push' from late Seventies South African band The Movers - a great floor filling take on Marvin Gaye's 'Got To Give It Up'. Quality stuff!


A1. Margaret Singana - Why Did You Do It
A2. John Ozila - Hey Macumba
B1. Sweet Talks - Shadow Dancing
B2. The Movers - Disco Push Available from 15.05.2015
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