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Kalita are proud to announce the first ever official re-release of Mpharanyana & The Peddler’s 1979 South African disco and funk recordings ‘Disco’ and ‘Freak Out With Botsotso’, backed by a devastating extended edit of ‘Disco’ courtesy of Rotterdam-based DJ and producer Jamie 3:26.
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Kalita are excited to release the first ever official reissue of Muchos Plus’s highly sought-after 1979 12” reggae disco masterpiece ‘Nassau’s Discos’! Over forty years after initial release, and long the envy of collectors, DJs and dance music connoisseurs, the time is now right to share the music and the group’s story once more.
Nassau’s Discos (Long Version)
Originally privately released in a small run on bandleader Rudy Mills’ own label U-Solo Records, the single features both the long and short versions of their devastating disco take on The Beginning of the End’s smash hit ‘Funky Nassau’, plus their own reggae funk slow jam ‘Love Misunderstood’.
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It’s grail time! Kalita are honoured to officially release for the first time since 1983 Marcy Luarks & Classic Touch’s mythical American-Nigerian Afro boogie masterpiece ‘Electric Murder’, accompanied by extensive liner notes based on interviews with Marcy’s family and producer Daniel Irabor.
The product of the then husband and wife team of Marcy and Dan, ‘Electric Murder’ brought together both the former’s American and the latter’s Nigerian roots; recorded in London with UK-based session musicians, this mix of heritage and styles resulted in an Afro disco album unlike any other.
With original copies turning up for sale roughly once every few years, and with an eye-watering four-figure price tag to match, Kalita for this year’s Record Store Day saves you the never-ending search for this true holy grail.
Accompanied by extensive liner notes based on interviews with producer Dan Irabor and Marcy and Dan’s daughter KayeCee, as well as a 12″ x 12″ poster.