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Issued in 1975, this is the articulation of Zambia’s Zamrock ethos. While other albums - Rikki Ililonga’s Zambia, WITCH’s Lazy Bones!!  - are competitors, it’s hard to best this album as it covers each major quadrant of the Zamrock whole: it came from the mines; its musicians were anti-colonial freedom fighters, it envelops Zambian folk music traditions, and it rocks - hard. 


A Side: Amanaz, I Am Very Far, Sunday Morning, Khala My Friend, History of Man, Nsunka Lwendo
B Side: Africa, Green Apple, Making the Scene, Easy Street, Big Enough, Kale
C Side: Amanaz (Reverb Mix), I Am Very Far (Reverb Mix), Sunday Morning (Reverb Mix), Khala My Friend (Reverb Mix), History of Man (Reverb Mix), Nsunka Lwendo (Reverb Mix)
D Side: Africa (Reverb Mix), Green Apple (Reverb Mix), Making the Scene (Reverb Mix), Easy Street (Reverb Mix), Big Enough (Reverb Mix), Kale (Reverb Mix)