William Onyeabor – Good Name (Nigeria, 1983, Wilfilms Records)

Following to that former post, I wanted to share with you for today “Good Name“, a killer catchy psychedelic Lo-Fi Electronic Afro Disco Synth track taken from an ultra hard to find LP recorded in 1983 by the legendary mysterious Nigerian musician & producer William Onyeabor on his own Wilfilms record label – Enjoy !

William Onyeabor – Good Name

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Armand de Preseau

Max Massala – Mamaye (Gabon, 1980s, Max Massala Self-Released)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mamaye“, a dope Tropical Afro Soukous Funk track taken from an ultra hard to find album recorded & self-released in the early 80s by the Gabonese artist Max Massala – Enjoy !

Max Massala – Mamaye

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Armand de Preseau

David Scholastique – Intro… Moutia (Seychelles, 1975, Self-Released)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Intro… Moutia“, an hypnotizing syncopated trance Moutia trace (the traditional dance from Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, not far from Sega) taken from an obscure self-released album by the Seychellois musician David Scholastique – Enjoy !

David Scholastique – Intro… Moutia

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Armand de Preseau

Sahoua Marinette – Youofa (Ivory Coast, 1985, Ambiance Ivoirienne Production)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Youofa“, a dreamy Afro Soul Funk Synth ballad with beautiful flute & saxophone parts, recorded in 1985 by the obscure Ivorian singer Sahoua Marinette (probably self-released) – Enjoy !

Sahoua Marinette – Youofa

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Armand de Preseau

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou (Cameroun, 1984, Ebassa)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Mboutoukou“, a nice spiritual syncopated Afro Funk track with Bikutsi flavours recorded in 1984 by the Cameroonian musician Bertrand Mialet on an obscure private label (probably self-released) and backed by great Cameroonian musicians such as Moustik, Mbida Douglas & Valerie Lobe – Enjoy !

Bertrand Mialet – Mboutoukou

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Etubom Rex Williams & his Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry (Nigeria, 1977, Love Day)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Don’t Be In A Hurry“, a deep Afrobeat Highlife Funk track with amazing horns & mesmerising guitar parts by the Nigerian legendary musician Etubom Rex Williams and taken from an ultra hard to find LP – Enjoy !

Etubom Rex Williams & His Nigerian Artistes – Don’t Be In A Hurry

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Armand de Preseau

The Steneboofs – Simigwado (Ghana, 1975, Agoro Records)

For today, I wanted to share with you “Simigwado“, a funky Afro Funk Highlife track with Afrobeat flavours, initially recorded in 1973 by the Ghanaian musician Gyedu Blay Ambolley and his former band “The Steneboofs” (that only recorded a unique single), compiled in 1975 amongst other song on the marvelously sleeve designed album presented here – Enjoy !

The Steneboofs – Simigwado

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Armand de Preseau