The Orations – Sound Of Orations (South Africa, 1977, Love Love)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Sound Of Orations“, an uplifting breezing psychedelic Afro Soul Surf Mod Funk guitar instrumental track recorded in 1977 by the obscure South African band “The Orations” that only seemed to have recorded 2 singles (one in 1975 and this one in 1977), and that included the musicians Marks Mbuthuma & Simon Falatsi from the band Marumo, and was produced by the very prolific mythical South African producer & saxophone player David Thekwane – Enjoy !

The Orations – Sound Of Orations

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Armand de Preseau

Bayo Damazio – Listen To The Music (Nigeria, 1985, Phonodisk)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Listen To The Music“, a catchy 80s Afro Disco Boogie dancefloor burner driven by crazy synth parts, taken from the only album recorded & released in 1985 by the Nigerian composer & singer Bayo Damazio and backed by legendary Nigerian & Cameroonian musicians such as Emmanuel “Emma” Baloka & Tony Essien – Enjoy !

Bayo Damazio – Listen To The Music

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Orchestre Bembeya Jazz National – Ne Fais Pas De Sacrifice (Guinea Conakry, 1978, Areito)

For today, I wanted to share with you « Ne Fais Pas De Sacrifice », a deep breezing psychedelic Afro Funk Soul Manding Jazz track by the famous Guinean orchestra Bembeya Jazz National (formerly « Orchestre De Beyla », the area where its members come from), co-founded in the 1961 by Sekou Bembeya DiabateAboubacar Demba CamaraSékouba Bambino Diabaté amongst others.

This song is one of the hardest to find from the band, because it was only released in 1978 on the compilation presented here, recorded between Cuba & Guinea Conakry & only out localy in La havane at the time, to commemorate the historical musical friendship between those two countries – Enjoy !

Orchestre Bembeya Jazz National – Ne Fais Pas de Sacrifice

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Armand de Preseau

Tony Grey & The Super 7 – Yem Efe (Nigeria, 1975, EMI Nigeria)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Yem Efe“, an awesome powerful Psychedelic Afro Rock Funk track with crazy fuzzy guitar parts & afrobeat flavors, taken from the 3rd album of the Nigerian musician & composer Tony Grey and backed by his “Super 7” band, issued in 1975 on the legendary label “EMI Nigeria” – Enjoy !

Tony Grey & The Super 7 – Yem Efe

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Armand de Preseau

Les As Du Golfe – Tsi Ma Leto (Togo, 1970s, Cocorico Music Productions)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Tsi Ma Leto“, a furious syncopated percussive Afro Funk Folk track with Afrobeat flavours, devastating horns & guitar riffs taken from the only album recorded in the 70s by the obscure Togolese band “Les As Du Golfe” – Enjoy !

Les As Du Golfe – Tsi Ma Leto

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Armand de Preseau

Papa Koné – Yengué (Mali, 1982, WAM – West African Music)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Yengué“, a deep psychedelic Piano Mandingo Funk Jazz Folk track taken from the only album recorded in 1982 by the obscure Malian musician & composer Papa Koné, accompanied by the Ivorian musician Richard Abadi and his orchestra “Neo Star” – Enjoy !

Papa Koné – Yengué

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Armand de Preseau

The Super Eagles – Love Is A Real Thing (Gambia, 1969, Decca)

The Super Eagles” was a band of 8 Gambian & Senegalese musicians (West Africa) that joined together in 1967. They recorded a few singles on the Ghanaian record label “Ghana Film” and one LP on the english label “Decca“.

For today, I wanted to share with you “Love Is A Real Thing“, a beautiful Bluesy Afro Soul track with psychedelic accents taken from their only LP, recorded in 1969 during a tour they did in England.

The band splited up a few years ago, and some of the members formed a new band called Ifang Bondi (feel free to check to that post for more infos about that one).

Nothing to add, the instrumentation, the voices, everything seems just as it should be in this track, perfect – Enjoy !

The Super Eagles – Love Is A Real Thing

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Armand de Preseau

Ndo Clement Et Ses Titans – Nkul Wo Nlon (Cameroun, 1970s, Disques Africambiance)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Nkul Wo Nlon“, a breezing Afro Folk Makossa Soukous track with psychedelic flavours recorded in the 70s by the Cameroonian musician Ndo Clement and backed by his band “Les Titans“.

This song is one of my personal favorite from that country, hope you’ll enjoy it too !

Ndo Clement Et Ses Titans – Nkul Wo Nlon

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Armand de Preseau

Amara Touré & L’Orchestre Massako – Gnekelhe Mohi (Gabon, 1980s, Mass Pro)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Gnekelhe Mohi“, an instant feel-good Afro Latin Masterpiece recorded in the 80s the military Gabonese Orchestre Massako led by the musician & producer Jean-Christian Makaya (better known as Mack Joss), and driven by the bewitching voice of the Guinean singer Amara Touré – Personal dancefloor favorite here, enjoy !

Amara Touré & L’Orchestre Massako – Gnekelhe Mohi

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Armand de Preseau

Daouda Koné “Le Sentimental” – Chant De La Savane (Ivory Coast, 1980, Maikano)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Chant De La Savane“, a beautiful syncopated Afro Soul track from Ivory Coast (West Africa) with Afrobeat flavours & awesome flute parts from the singer & guitarist Daouda Koné, better known as “Le Sentimental“.

This album was recorded in 1980 on the very well known Ivorian record label Maikano, run by the legendary Maïkano Adamou – Enjoy !

Daouda Koné – Chant De La Savane

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Armand de Preseau