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Ice - Bobo Step / Time Will Tell (free MP3 download)



Ice Bobo Step Time Will Tell
Ice - Bobo Step / Time Will Tell
(7") Creole Records CR135, 1976

A great 45, especially for "time will tell" track in a afro funk disco way, by this band known for changing their name many times (Ice, Captain Dax, Krispie And Company, Lafayette Afro Rock Band, Wall Of Steel...). Compiled on "Opération Héritage" (Hutch Production, 1999), "Africafunk: Return To The Original Sound Of 1970s Funky Africa" (Harmless, 2000), "Pulp Fusion African Funk - Original Full Length Afro Funk Classics" (Harmless, 2007), "Darkest Light / The Best Of Lafayette Afro-Rock Band (Remastered Edition)" (Strut, 2009)

Ice Bobo Step Time Will Tell
Ice - Bobo Step / Time Will Tell
(7") Creole Records CR135, 1976

Tracklisting :
A1. Bobo Step 2:54
B1. Time Will Tell 4:35

Note : produced by Pierre Jaubert

Download a free MP3 of Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Time Will Tell on rcrdlbl.com


ICE- Time Will Tell - extract from the american TV show Soul Train


Ice - Time Will Tell - 1976 - 7inch - Epic
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