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African Rhythms 1970-1982

Label: Strut Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Oneness Of Juju - African Rhythms (Album Version); Oneness Of Juju - Follow Me; Oneness Of Juju – Space Jungle Funk; Juju & The Space Rangers – Got To Be Right On It (Original 45 Version); Okyerema Asante feat. Plunky – Sabi (Black Fire Mix); Interlude: Rhythms Timelessness; Roach Om – No Name #3/ Love Is…/My N*Gg*R & Me; Oneness Of Juju – West Wind (Previously Unreleased); Juju – Freedom Fighter; Oneness Of Juju – Be About The Future; Oneness Of Juju – Nooky; Interlude: African Rhythms; Plunky & Oneness Of Juju – Every Way But Loose (Original Version);Oneness Of Juju – Bootsie’s Lament (Unreleased Version); Oneness Of Juju – Chants / Don’t Give Up; Oneness Of Juju – River Luv Rite; Plunky & Oneness Of Juju – Higher; Interlude: African Rhythms Chant; Juju – Nairobi / Chants; Okyerema Asante feat. Plunky – Asante Sana; Interlude: African Rhythms II; Juju & The Space Rangers – Plastic (Original 45 Version); Oneness Of Juju – African Rhythms (Original 45 Version: Part 1); Juju – The End Of The Butterfly King.


Oneness Of Juju: African Rhythms 1970-1982

Read "African Rhythms 1970-1982" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

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