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Natural Self Ghana Soundz Remixes EP

Natural Self Ghana Soundz RemixesNatural Self Soundway Remixes
Joe Mensah - Africa is Home (Natural Self Re-edit)
Oscar Sulley and the Uhuru Dance Band - Olufeme (Natural Self Remix)
on Natural Self Ghana Soundz Remixes EP
(12") Soundway 12SDW5, 2005-12-06

Tracklisting :
01. Joe Mensah - Africa is Home (Natural Self Re-edit) 5:54 | Download MP3 extract
02. Oscar Sulley and the Uhuru Dance Band - Olufeme (Natural Self Remix) 4:17 | Download MP3 extract

Press Release :
Following the success of the first Ghana Soundz remixed 12", we are proud to present another slice of updated Ghanaian grooves. The talented Natural Self (Breakin' Bread Records) gets to grips with two tracks from Ghana Soundz Volume 2 and puts a modern spin on the proceedings. The Joe Mensah edit stretches out the percussive intro of the original and locks into a bumping afro groove that has been burning up dancefloors on CD-R for some time. Natural Self's characteristic drum-heavy sound takes Olufeme on a club-friendly journey, giving it extra instrumentation (in the form of talented musicians John Styles and Jonny Hughes) underpinned by a tough beat and deep bass. This 12" continues our mission to bring overlooked sounds into modern clubs, bridging the gap between the old and the new.

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