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Ticklah / Antibalas - K-Leg / R.O.C.



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Ticklah / Antibalas - K-Leg / R.O.C.
(12") Purpose Records PRUP011, 2006-02-20

Tracklisting :
A1. Ticklah - K Leg
B1. Antibalas - R.O.C.

Notes :
A1. produced by Ticklah, written by Victor Axelrod, Martin Perna, Del Stribling and Abraham Amayo
B1. produced by Antibalas, written by M. Perna, V. Axelrod, L. O'Malley, G. Roth

Press Release :
Antibalas kicks it in with a Purpose Records single - making for a fantastic 12" that only further intensifies their groove! "K-Leg" is a highly percussive number produced by Ticklah - one that may well be the group's roostiest number so far - with lots of heavy drums on the beginning, building into jazzy solo work on trombone, tenor and guitar - all hitting a really great 70s Afro Funk mode! "Roc" has the group hitting a similar groove - one that's nice and lean, with some especially great electric piano work that resonates with an older Fela sound! (Courtesy of Dustygroove)
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