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Complete with analogue moog style synthlines and ’80’s signature’ syndrum hits, this 12″ comes served up as one tasty slab of Nigerian Disco reissued and dished up in a colourful picture sleeve via the Voodoo Funk label.
Inject the funk!

Here’s some info on the artist and the record:

“Originally from Warri where he stayed throughout most of his career, Tony’s first band was the Famous Latin And His Dominant Seven. He gigged for a while as a James Brown imitator with The Great Peters, before his breakthrough fronting the Magnificient Zeinians, with some amazing 45s on EMI’s HMV imprint — best of all the psych-rock-funk monster Ije Udo. From the early to mid 1970s, his EMI sides range from Afrobeat to rock and pop. All Tony’s records are great. He came up with various names for his backing bands — the Black 7, the Super 7, the Black Kings…
From the early-eighties, with the Ozimba Messengers, Grey’s two recordings here were originally released on different LPs: irresistible Afro-disco, layered with delirious syn-drums and sick keys, and featuring a horn-line bumptiously whipped from Louis ‘Thunder Thumbs’ Johnson’s bass-playing on MJ’s Workin’ Day And Night.”

Complete with 12″ ‘x24’ Poster inside the sleeve!

£8.49
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