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'Nigeria 70: No Wahala: Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987' (2019)
'Nigeria 70: No Wahala: Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987' (2019)
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'Nigeria 70: No Wahala: Highlife, Afro-Funk & Juju 1973-1987' (2019)

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From the publisher:
“As part of their 20th Anniversary celebrations, Strut [Records] present the first new volume in their pioneering ‘Nigeria 70’ series for over 8 years, bringing together rare highlife, Afro-funk and juju from the ‘70s and early ‘80s. Compiled by collector and DJ Duncan Brooker, this new selection of tracks is receiving its first international release outside of Nigeria.
The compilation returns to a fertile heyday in Nigerian music when established styles like highlife and juju became infused with elements of Western jazz, soul and funk and musicians brought a proud new message post-independence. Brooker places the spotlight particularly on some of the incredible Ukwuani musicians from the Delta State region as guitarist Rogana Ottah and Steady Arobby’s International Brothers Band forged their own fluid brand of highlife and soulman Don Bruce drew on the US R&B greats for a series of great albums and explosive stage shows at his residency at Hilton Hotel in Abuja.”

 

12-inch | LP vinyl record
 
Released through British record label Strut Records, Nigeria 70 forms part of a larger series compilation. With its first release in 2001, the label describes the series as “the first compilation of its kind to explore in depth the fertile music scene in Lagos as domestic artists mixed highlife and traditional rhythms with soul, funk, rock and jazz".