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The Daktaris - Soul Explosion flac album

MP3 1984 mb. | FLAC 1743 mb. | WMA 1999 mb.

Performer: The Daktaris
Title: Soul Explosion
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Afrobeat, Soul, Funk
Category: Funk, Soul
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: MMF AA MPC WMA WAV RA VOC

The Daktaris' 1998 debut, Soul Explosion, is dedicated to the memory of Fela Kuti, who pretty much single-handedly invented Afro-beat.

Artist: The Daktaris Album: Soul Explosion Genre: Afrobeat, Funk, Soul Label: Desco Records, Daptone Records Released: 1998/2006 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti 08. Daktari Walk 09. Voodoo Soul Stew 10. Upside Down.

Soul Explosion ‎(LP, Album, RE). Daptone Records, Desco Records. If this is all a big hustle i never feel cheated by having a copy of this album if anything i think the quality of the performances along side the dedication to the reproduction of the Afro sound makes this album an underground classic

Album · 1998 · 10 Songs. More By The Daktaris. See All. Soul Explosion (Remastered). Thunder Chicken. The Mighty Imperials. The Very Best of the New Birth.

Soul Explosion (Remastered), 1998. Musicawai Silt, 02:27. Quiet Man Is Dead Man, 02:36. Modern Technology, 03:57. In the MIddle, 03:32. Give It Up Turn It Loose, 03:10. Musicawi Slit, Pt. 2, 02:24.

The Daktaris - Quiet Man Is Dead Man 04:39. The Daktaris - Give It Up Turnit Loose 03:53. The Daktaris - Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti 05:07. The Daktaris - Musicawi Slit Part 2 02:24. The Daktaris - Daktari Walk 04:53. The Daktaris - Super Afro-Beat 03:45. The Daktaris - Voodoo Soul Stew 04:27. The Daktaris - Modern Technology 03:58. Soul Explosion - The Daktaris.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Musicawa Silt
Written-By – Wallias Band
A2 Musicawa Silt Part 2
Written-By – Wallias Band
A3 Quiet Man Is Dead Man
A4 Modern Technology
A5 Super Afro-Beat
B1 Give It Up Turnit Loose
Written-By – J. Brown*
B2 Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti
B3 Daktari Walk
B4 Voodoo Soul Stew
B5 Upside Down
Written-By – Fela Kuti

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Desco Records Inc.
  • Distributed By – Desco Records

Credits

  • Bass – Clement Apaokagi
  • Clarinet, Melodica, Bells – Gbenro "Mr Icee" Fakeye
  • Drums – Olu "Rocksteady" Owudemi
  • Drums [Congas], Vocals – Jo Jo Quo*
  • Flute – Martin Ogbede
  • Guitar [Lead] – Alaji Boniface Oluremi
  • Guitar [Tenor] – G. G. Vikey
  • Keyboards – Azouhouni Adou
  • Mixed By – Gabriel Roth
  • Percussion [Shaker] – Idowu Perkins
  • Percussion [Sticks] – Abou Sylla
  • Producer – Gabriel Roth, Mike Wagner, Phillip Lehman*
  • Saxophone [Alto] – Joe Hrbeck*
  • Saxophone [Baritone] – Femi "Dokita" Doolittle
  • Saxophone [Tenor] – Adrian Bako
  • Trombone – Neal Pawley
  • Trumpet [Trompette] – Alaji Milificent Agbede
  • Written By [Liner Notes] – Peter Franklin

Notes

"This album is respectfully dedicated to the memory of Fela Ransome Kuti, the Godfather of Afro-Beat."

"Musicawa Silt" is a cover of "Muziqawi Silt" by the Wallias Band which is incorrectly referred to as "Wallais band" on the cover.

Musician's Credits on the cover are all fake names for members of Antibalas as well as The Soul Providers and The Mighty Imperials respectively, which later became The Dap-Kings.

The track "Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti" spells "It Is All A Big Hustle" backwards. This is a reference to the fact that the album is not "Produced in Nigeria" as the cover states, but produced in New York by New York based musicians.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DAP-009 The Daktaris Soul Explosion ‎(LP, Album, RE) Daptone Records, Desco Records DAP-009 US 2006
DAP-RS001 The Daktaris Soul Explosion ‎(LP, Album, RE) Daptone Records DAP-RS001 US 2004
DAP-009 The Daktaris Soul Explosion ‎(CD, Album, RE) Daptone Records DAP-009 US 2006
DAP-900 The Daktaris Soul Explosion ‎(CD, Album) Desco Records, Daptone Records DAP-900 Australia Unknown
DSCD 003 The Daktaris Soul Explosion ‎(CD, Album) Desco Records DSCD 003 US 1998