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Artist: Paul Ngozi
Format: Vinyl


Rel. Date: 07/12/2024
UPC: 659457525811

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Vinyl LP pressing. "Celebrated Zambian guitarist and bandleader Paul Ngozi's concept album about the struggles of those living in Africa's 1970s townships. Includes oversized eight-page booklet that details Paul Ngozi and the Ngozi family's arc, including rare photographs, discography, and annotation. The third entry in an era-defining reissue series on Now-Again centered around this Zamrock legend and his band - previous entries include Day Of Judgement and 45,000 Volts. Zamrock was a bona-fide rock scene: on the African continent, only Nigeria can claim one so comprehensive, and Nigeria's was largely catalyzed and funded by subsidiaries of the European major labels. Zamrock was as independent as the newly-named country, formerly known as Northern Rhodesia. Zamrock is starting in it's completeness, especially for a scene that emerged, unfurled and disappeared so quickly. From Musi-O-Tunyaís fusion of Fela's Afro-beat, Hendrix's rock, South African jazz and traditional Zambian melodies and rhythms to Salty Dog's acid folk/rock, Zambia's rock scene contained all of rock's subgenres. Zamrock was much more than an imitation of American and European rock music: it quickly became a uniquely Zambian movement, befitting of it's name. WITCH, Paul Ngozi, and Amanaz sound nothing like other rock music from the African continent - or elsewhere."