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SJOB Movement - A Move In The Right Direction



SJOB Movement A Move In The Right Direction
SJOB Movement - A Move In The Right Direction
(CD/LP/MP3) Academy LPs ALP002, 2009-12-21

Extreme Afro-Funk-Rock rarity. Aside from a few scattered blog entries, we’ve never seen this one given the attention it deserves. One track from their second LP was included on Soundway’s Nigeria Disco Funk Special compilation from last year. Some deep and spacey afro-funk rhythms from four heavy weight Nigerian musicians, and the first ever reissue of their 1974 classic album!

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SJOB Movement A Move In The Right Direction
SJOB Movement - A Move In The Right Direction
(CD/LP/MP3) Academy LPs ALP002, 2009-12-21

Tracklisting :
A1. Country Love 7:27
A2. No One Cares 5:47
A3. You Only Live Once 5:16
B1. Omo Oloro Ito Nje Eyin Awoi 9:09
B2. Stone Funk 5:55

Credits :
Bass, Agogô, Percussion [Sekere] - Hima Blackie Ottay
Composed By, Arranged By, Performer - SJOB Movement
Engineer [Recording] - E. Odenusi, K. Salami
Guitar [Lead & Rhythm], Congas - Spark Abiloye
Lead Vocals, Drums, Bongos - Prince Bola
Organ, Piano, Synthesizer [Moog] - Jonnie Woode Olimmah
Producer - Odion Iruoje
Producer [Reissue] - Mike Davis
Remastered By - Tim Warren
Vocals [Chorus] - Roy Spiff, SJOB Movement

Notes :
Recorded and remixed at the EMI Studio Apapa.
Licensed from Ivory Music Nigeria, courtesy G&A Music.
Originally released in 1975.
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