Heads Funk, Cold Fire

    20,00 € 20,00 € 20.0 EUR

    20,00 €

    Cette combinaison n'existe pas.

    Ajouter au panier

    1LP - PMG
    2017


    International : Standard / Express delivery
    France : Franco de port 125€HT 

    Conditions générales
    Shipping: 5-10 Business Days

    TRACKLIST 

    A1 Out Of Sight

    A2 Cold Fire

    A3 I Need Your Loving

    A4 Got To Know

    A5 Funky Port Harcourt

    B1 Intro

    B2 Be With Me

    B3 Not Yours Anymore

    B4 Put On Your Funky Shoes


    DESCRIPTION

    Originally released in: 1976


    * Power funk from one of the most popular Nigerian Funk acts

    * For fans of Mother’s Finest, Mighty Flames, Betty Davis, Geraldo Pino, Funkadelic, Temptations

    * Filled to the last groove with catchy tunes that feature awesome harmonies

    * Killer fuzzed out lead guitars

    * An original affair for fans of groovy Nigerian afro funk

    * Excellent sound and performance by high class professional musicians

    * First ever rerelease on vinyl and CD

    * Fully licensed

    * Remastered audio

    * LP housed in a superheavy 430g art carton cover

    * CD housed in a rock solid jewel case

    * Ultimate collectors item for fans of classic afro funk.


    The self-proclaimed funkiest band on the west coast of Africa, the Heads Funk Band, could arguably make that claim for the whole continent. Featuring the slick guitar of Felix ‘Feladey’ Odey, the slinky drumming of Eddie Offeyi and the swirling keyboard chops of Kevin ‘Fortune’ Coburn, nobody was funkier. And that’s not even taking into account the dance floor monsters they were releasing at the same time as Akwassa. Cold Fire was their second album as the Heads Funk Band. Where their first album, Hard World, was in a hurry to get you on the dance floor, on Cold Fire the funk is given room to breathe. The title track has a dark ghetto groove, straight from the mean streets of New York. ‘Got To Know’ has a loose, feel good vibe. ‘Put On Your Funky Shoes’ and the instrumental, ‘Funky Port Harcourt’ live up to their names. With Feladey laying down a hybrid chicken scratch/wah-wah sound over Eddie Offeyi’s assured drumming, and ‘Fortune’ Coburn supplying the free-range keyboards, this is a band at the height of their powers. Cold Fire is killer stuff and proof that in the mid-seventies Nigeria was producing the funkiest bands in the world. – Peter Moore

    Partager





    Recently viewed Products