Jimi Lee / Mona Finnih & The Sensationals, A Stroll In The Moonlight

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BIS => 2022 04 01
1LP - PMG
2016

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    TRACKLIST 

    A1 A Stroll In The Moonlight

    A2 Son Of A Man

    A3 Iya Alakara

    B1 I Love Myself

    B2 Toughts Dedicated To Mama

    B3 People Of The World


    DESCRIPTION

    Originally released in: 1980


    * One of the ultimate masterpieces of the 1970s Nigerian afro funk scene

    * For fans of The Funkees, Ofege, Witch, Afreka, Geraldo Pino, Mixed Grill, Akwassa, Donna Summer, Osibisa, Assagai

    * Filled to the last groove with catchy and captivating afro beat anthems with a silky touch

    * Excellent sound and performance by high class professional musicians

    * First ever official rerelease on vinyl and CD

    * Fully licensed

    * Remastered audio

    * LP housed in a superheavy 430g art carton cover

    * CD housed in a rock solid jewel case

    * Ultimate collectors item for fans of 1970s afro funk from Nigeria


    He was Nigerian guitar God, famous for his incendiary lead breaks with Aktion and Monomono. She was one of Nigeria’s first female band leader who went off to the US and became a big deal in the New Jazz scene there. It should be no surprise then that when Jimi Lee and Monah Finnih got together in 1980 for A Stroll In The Moonlight, an Afro Jazz cosmic funk masterpiece was born. Intricately arranged, beautifully produced and showcasing musicianship of the highest order, A Stroll In The Moonlight was a notch above anything else that was coming out of Nigeria at the time. ‘I Love Myself’ is the perfect amalgam of a tight, horn-driven Lagos groove and an American New Jazz sheen. ‘People of the World’ is pure Afro Funk, brightened by Jimi Lee’s sunny, twangy guitar. ‘Son of A Man’ brings reggae to the table and ‘Iya Alakara’ is a Lijadu Sisters style cosmic paean to beefcakes and plantains. Taking a stroll with Nigerian music’s oddest couple is a slinky, funky affair that comes highly recommended, but be warned: You’ll work up a sweat. – Peter Moore