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Exact matches: 5
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Babatunde OlatunjiDrums Of Passion – The Beat ... CD CD format
Ryko, 1989. Used ... $0.99
(Out of print.)

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Babatunde OlatunjiLove Drum Talk ... CD CD format
Chesky, 1997. Used ... $5.99

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OlatunjiDrums of Passion (with bonus track) ... CD CD format
Columbia, 1960. Used ... $3.99
A classic session of pounding percussion – quite possibly the most successful entry into this earthy genre that hit the recording scene at the end of the 50s! Babatuned Olatunji is joined here by a great assemblage of players – including Montego Joe and Baba Hawthorne Bey on percussion, who further flesh out the rumbling, rhythmic groove at the bottom. There's also a group of vocalists on the record, soaring over the top of the percussion with a nicely righteous feel – and the record's a key crossover moment that heralds later African expressions in the American mainstream. Titles include "Odun De Odun De", "Oya", "Jin Go Lo Ba", "Baba Jinde", and "Shango". CD features a bonus track – "Menu Di Ye Jewe". CD
(BMG Direct pressing.)

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OlatunjiHigh Life – The New Dance Sensation ... LP LP format
Columbia, 1963. Very Good+ ... $6.99
One of the more obscure Olatunji sessions on Columbia – but a record that's still got plenty of firey percussion! Titles include "Bo Su Aye", "Ashafa", "Ojo Davis", and "Dyke Ko Dide". LP, Vinyl record album
(360 Sound stereo pressing.)

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Yusufu OlatunjiLate Yusufu Olatunji & His Sakara Group Vol 32 ... LP LP format
Zareco (Nigeria), 1979. Very Good ... $23.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)
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New Max RoachWe Insist! – Freedom Now Suite ... LP LP format
Candid, 1960. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the most righteous albums that Max Roach ever cut – and a monumental jazz release from the heart of the Civil Rights era! As you can guess from the cover and title, there's a very political bent to the record – served up in righteous lyrics penned by Oscar Brand Jr, and sung by Abbey Lincoln at her most biting – really stepping out here in just a few short years from her previous role as a straight jazz singer, and firmly grabbing up territory no other female vocalists had touched! For this momentous event, Roach gathered together a really special group for the record – players who include regular partners Booker Little on trumpet and Julian Priester on trombone – alongside surprising guests like Coleman Hawkins on tenor sax, Olatunji on percussion, and Ray Mantilla on congas. There's no piano at all on the record, and the tracks are all long ones – stretching out with soaring horn passages next to the vocals, and plenty of percussion at the bottom to get things moving! Titles include "Driva' Man", "Tears for Johannesburg", "Freedom Day", "All Africa", and "Prayer/Protest/Peace". LP, Vinyl record album