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Sidiku Buari

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BBE
Cat: BBE 583ALP. Rel: 17 Sep 19
International
  1. Music (5:52)
  2. Feelings (4:41)
  3. Anokwar (Truth) (8:04)
  4. Yayo Papa (Good Friend) (16:30)
  5. Let's Go Funky Town (6:03)
  6. Minsumobo (6:22)
  7. Sophisticated Jammer (4:18)
  8. Karambani (5:49)
  9. Power To My People (4:33)
  10. Rhythm Of Africa (3:18)
Review: Recorded in 1983 and '84 respectively, "Feelings" and "Sidiku Buari & His Jam Busters" were the last albums recorded by Sidiku Buari, a New York based musician who turned to music after a promising career as an athlete in his native Ghana. He initially rose to prominence making highlife and afro-disco, but by the early '80s Sidiku was in full-on Afro-boogie and electrofunk mode, offering up tracks rich in colourful synthesizer lines, punchy electronic drums and righteous vocals in his native tongue. There's much to set the pulse racing across both slabs of wax, from the squelchy, club-ready brilliance of "Music" and "Anokwar (Truth)", to the slap bass propelled flex of "Minsumobo", dub disco grooves of "Karambani" and flute-laden breeziness of "Rhythm Of Africa".
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 in stock $22.66
BBE
Cat: BBE 583ACD. Rel: 17 Sep 19
International
  1. Music
  2. Feelings
  3. Anokwar (Truth)
  4. Yayo Papa (Good Friend)
  5. Let's Go Funky Town
  6. Minsumobo
  7. Sophisticated Jammer
  8. Karambani
  9. Power To My People
  10. Rhythm Of Africa
Review: Recorded in 1983 and '84 respectively, "Feelings" and "Sidiku Buari & His Jam Busters" were the last albums recorded by Sidiku Buari, a New York based musician who turned to music after a promising career as an athlete in his native Ghana. He initially rose to prominence making highlife and afro-disco, but by the early '80s Sidiku was in full-on Afro-boogie and electrofunk mode, offering up tracks rich in colourful synthesizer lines, punchy electronic drums and righteous vocals in his native tongue. There's much to set the pulse racing across both slabs of wax, from the squelchy, club-ready brilliance of "Music" and "Anokwar (Truth)", to the slap bass propelled flex of "Minsumobo", dub disco grooves of "Karambani" and flute-laden breeziness of "Rhythm Of Africa".
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 in stock $11.00
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