An excellent entry to this great series – and an essential piece of Afro Funk! Russ Dewbury – the man responsible for Africa Funk and volume one of Club Africa – put this set together, and it's an all-out batch of tasty rare cuts that really pushes past previous volumes. Russ takes the Afro Funk tag loosely, and includes some great bits from the UK, Brazil, and America that sound every bit as tasty as the stuff coming out of Africa during the 70s. Loads of these tracks never show up in any format, either – and titles include "Let Your Mind Take The Place Of Your Body" by Living Funk, "Bananaticoco
(live)" by Max B, "A Long Way From Home" by Hugh Masekela, "Wuye Wuye" by West African Cosmos, "Talking Drum" by Ginger Johnson & His African Messengers, "Jo Jolo" by Peter King, "Funky Crookie" by Exile One, "Black Family" by Roy Ayers, "Precious Mother" by Bukky Leo, "Takuta" by Babatunde Olatunji, "Simbarare" by Antonio Carlos & Jocafi, "Mahlalela" by Letta Mbulu, and "Ererimbot Ayafung Oko" by Rex Williams.