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v/a - brand new wayo; funk, fast times & nigerian boogie badness 1979-1983 - comb & razor sound

CRZR 1001CD - uscd

Genre: African

1. Mixed Grill - A Brand New Wayo 
2. Kris Okotie - Show Me Your Backside 
3. Murphy Williams - Get On Up 
4. Joe Moks - Boys and Girls 
5. Amas - Slow Down 
6. Oby Onyioha - I Want To Feel Your Love 
7. Dizzy K. Falola - Excuse Me Baby 
8. Chris Mba - Funky Situation 
9. Bayo Damazio - Listen to the Music 
10. Martha Ulaeto - Music Alone 
11. Segun Robert - Big Race 
12. Amel Addmore - Jane 
13. Honey Machine - Pleasure 
14. The Stormmers - Love or Money 
15. Emma Baloka - Let's Love Each Other 

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With this release, Comb & Razor Sound launches its exploration of the colorful world of popular music from Nigeria, starting with the post-disco era of the late 1970s and early 80s. Comes with a Very nice 80 page booklet with extensive linernotes. Check the trailer Here! Tip!!
The years between 1979 and 1983 were Nigeria�s Second Republic, when democracy finally returned
after twenty-three years of uninterrupted military dictatorship. They were also the crest of Nigeria�s oil boom, when surging oil prices made the petroleum-producing country a land of plenty, prosperity and profligacy. The influx of petrodollars meant an expansion in industry and the music industry in particular. Record companies upgraded their technology and cranked out a staggering volume of output to an audience hungry for music to celebrate the country�s prospective rise as global power of the future.
While it was a boom time for a wide variety of popular music styles, the predominant commercial
sound was a post-afrobeat, slickly modern dance groove that retrofitted the relentless four-on-thefloor bass beat of disco to a more laidback, upbeat-and-downbeat soul shuffle, mixing in jazz-funk, synthesizer pop and afro feeling. At the time, it was still mostly locally referred to as �disco,� but has since been recognized as its own unique genre retrospectively dubbed �Nigerian boogie.� A Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times and Nigerian Boogie Badness collects 15 pulsing Nigerian boogie tracks in a lovingly compiled package chronicling one of the most progressive and creative eras in the history of African popular music.