Super Boiro Band – Samba (Guinea Conakry, 1976, Editions Syliphone Conakry)

Samba” is a very well known traditional folk song from the Wassoulou area (situated between Ivory Coast, Guinea and Mali), adapted here by the national legendary “Super Boiro Band” Guinean orchestra, leaded by the trumpetist Mamadou Niaissa.

This song talks about Samba, a young and unlucky taxi driver from Conakry (Guinea) who fall in love with one of his customers. He steals the earings of the girl to see her again, but the father of the girl finds out the craftiness of the young Samba and casts out the boy. After many adventures, everything goes finally in order when Samba asks the girl in marriage.

Several covers of this song, in different musical styles, were recording during from the 70s to the 80s, to traditional from afro rock and funk way – Hope you’ll enjoy this psychedelic one !!

Super Boiro Band – Samba

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/3pHdltzm7po

All the best,

Armand

Abdou El Omari – Fatine (Morocco, 1976, Disques Gam)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Fatine“, a psychedelic organ fusion track recorded in 1976 in the city of Casablanca by the underground moroccon genius Abdou El Omari who released one ultra hard to find album and 4 singles – Enjoy !

Abdou El Omari – Fatine

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/f0AELKH8LXg

Have a nice sunday, take care !

Armand

Robert Maalouf – Ana Wil Leyl (Lebanon, 1986, EMI Voix de L’Orient)

Today, I wanted to share with you “Ana Wil Leyl“, a song by the Lebanese composer Robert Maalouf, with catchy drums and Oriental strings, high sample potential – Enjoy !!

Robert Maalouf – Ana Wil Leyl

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/kkpq5Odkvwo

Armand

Musi O Tunya – N’Gombe Shalaya (Zambia, 1970s, Pathé)

For today, I wanted to share with you “N’Gombe Shalaya” a slow trance & deep psychedelic Afrobeat-esque track from Musi O Tunya, one my favourite Zambian band – Enjoy !!

Musi O Tunya – N’Gombe Shalaya

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/u3cvfIIxI1c

Have a really nice sunday !

Armand

Tchamy Patterson – Emigrate Problem (Cameroon, 1970s, Disques Bello, B4 612)

For today, I wanted want to share with you a not very well known psychedelic single from Tchamy Patterson, a musician from Douala (Cameroon) who recorded between Cameroon and France one album and several singles in the 70s – Enjoy !!!

Tchamy Patterson – Emigrate Problem

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/35y9eWFdiAM

Best regards,

Armand

Baligh Hamdy – Mawal (Egypt, 1973, Soutelphan)

Following to this article, I wanted to share with you “Mawal“, another short but beautiful early 70s Oriental surf track a la Omar Khorshid with sweets violin and flute parts from the Egyptian master Baligh Hamdy – Enjoy !!

Baligh Hamdy – Mawal

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/N6LHPLp6Tfw

Have a nice week !

Armand

Jay U Experience – Baby Rock (Nigeria, 1978, Emi Nigeria)

Justus “Jay U” Nnakwe is a musician native of the city of Enugu (Nigeria), who played and recorded a few singles with several rock band back in the 70’s, as the mighty Hygrades or P.R.O (People Rock Outfit).

Fan of European and American Heavy Metal and Rock artists such as Black Sabbath, Deep Purple or Led Zeppelin, Justus was really involved into this kind of sound at the time and tried to establish a “Nigerian Heavy Metal music scene”.

The principal result is the awesome album I wanted to present you here, “Enough Is Enough“, his one and only solo album released in 1978 on the mythical “Emi Nigeria” record label, a one of its kind mixture of reggae, jazzy afrobeat and heavy psych rock.

“Baby Rock”, the track selected here, is a devastating Heavy Afro Metal Rock track, with powerful vocals, devilish fuzzy guitar riffs and catchy organ parts – Enjoy !

Jay U Experience – Baby Rock

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/K7IEWZfunQ0

Best regards,

Armand

Anne-Marie Nzie – Djih Yang (Cameroon, 1975, Pathe Marconi)

For today, I decided to present you “Djih Yang”, a very deep folk bikutsi track with jazz reminiscences taken from the first album from the great Anne-Marie Nzié, my favourite singer from Cameroon and considered by many (that includes me) as the Queen of the Bikutsi (a traditional Cameroonian musical genre).

She passed away last year in 2016, may she rest in peace..

Anne Marie Nzie – Djih Yang

 

You can also listen to this track on my Youtube channel here : https://youtu.be/2TE8RRcMaoo

Have a nice evening,

Armand

ADP022 – Anadolu Mysteries – A Trip into the Psychedelic Turkish Musical scene of the 70’s

Hi Everyone !

It’s been a long, too long time without selections !
Sincerely sorry for that, im working a lot at the moment on something I can’t talk.. I was also digging, cleaning and organizing my records, and, also, very busy with my job (that is faaar away with records !)
So today we travel to the beautiful country of Anatolia (Anadolu) – also known as Turkey today – with a selection of 20 tracks taken from several 7 inches from my collection.
Hope you’ll enjoy this trip into the Turkish Psychedelic scene of the 70’s through those Rock, Jazz, Disco and Groovy Fuzzy tracks..
Armand de Preseau – Anadolu Mysteries
You can download this selection here !
See you soon for a next selection,
Armand