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Lofiles is a music and mp3 blog contains a collection of songs I love. MP3s are for sampling purposes only. If you like the music as much as I do, please go out and buy the records! .If you have a complaint about the ownership of a track, please contact me directly and I will be happy to take it down ASAP.
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Voodoo funk of the month

November 8th, 2009

  

This is from Frank, The vinyl archeologist, the way he describes himself, with another Voodoo funk of the month, with a compilation of Ghana`s 70`s west African funk.
00:00 Gyedu-Blay Ambolley -this hustling world
04:10 Marijata -break through
09:10 George Danquah -just for a moment
12:48 Rob -more
18:00 The Apostles -black is beautiful
22:30 Ebo Taylor & Uhuru Yenzu -victory
26:40 K. Frimpong -kyenkyen bi adu m’awu
33:33 Ebo Taylor -peace on earth
41:10 Gyedu-Blay Ambolley -fa no dem ara
45:45 George Danquah -araba soso wo ndzema
49:58 Bunzu Soundz -zimabu
53:10 CK Mann -ahejde

This hustling world


Voodoo Funk part 2

January 20th, 2009

 

In 1996 I founded the infamous NYC sleazefest Vampyros Lesbos at Bar XVI in the East Village that lasted for 4 years until I moved back to Berlin where I launched the Soul Explosion, a night fueled by hard-hitting Funk 45s that soon became the best and the busiest Deep Funk party on the European mainland. In 2005 I turned the Soul Explosion over to my friend King Dynamite who to this day continues this heafy Funk night in Berlin.

Jumy of 2005, I moved to Guinea in West Africa in July 2005 and spent 3 years on an intense record digging road trip all over Guinea, Sierra Leone, Ghana and Benin. I found thousands of rare and astonishing records from the 1970s. Not only did I uncover uncountable Afrobeat and African Funk records but also loads of smoking Afro Latin and some blistering Nigerian Disco. August 2008, I returned from West Africa to NYC . – Frank

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