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The Polyversal Souls - Sad Nile

The Polyversal Souls Sad NileThe Polyversal Souls Sad Nile
The Polyversal Souls - Sad Nile
(7") Fryers Records FRY005, 2007-07-09

Tracklisting :
A1. Sad Nile
B1. Muswellhill Run

Note : The Polyversal Souls are also know as The Poets Of Rhythm...

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Press Release :
The polyversal souls are the legendary poets of rhythm under an assumed name, giving the world a heavy slice of ethio-funk! this bunch of funky hippies have been doing their thing for many years under a bewildering array of pseudonyms, always pushing the boundaries of the music and standing head and shoulders above most other contemporary funk acts. the polyversal souls is their newest incarnation - and they come off sounding like mulatu jamming with clyde stubblefield in the black forest! on the b-side, ‘muswell hill run’ is a low slung funk workout with a touch of afro flavor. anyone that saw the band on their recent uk tour will no doubt remember ‘sad nile’ as one of the standouts of their set, and the 45 is causing quite a stir in the funk world with advance copies getting heavily played up and down the country!


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