KEMFA, JOE - JUNGLE JUICE

KEMFA, JOE - JUNGLE JUICE

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Label: PMG

Release date: 28/11/2016

Barcode: 0710473191500

Catalog no.: PMGCD0000042

Item ID: 440690

Here's a reissue of a fine funk/soul/disco LP from Nigeria. The
album was originally released by Afrodisia Records in 1978. Hailing from Warra in Nigeria's Delta region, Joe Kemfa made his name with The Junkers and the Don Bruce Band. He recorded a few singles with Larry Ifedioranma from Ofo The Rock Company before disappearing to Europe. He returned in 1978 with two Germans in tow and, together with Cameroonian drummer Ali Ringo, they formed Aura, Joe's backing band on 'Jungle Juice'.

Also available: JUNGLE JUICE (LP).

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