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  • Release Date 2014-08-11
  • Label BBE
  • Catalog BBE250ACD
The third instalment of our "Masters We Love" series, our crate-digging journey led us to the original producer Reindorf Oppong; of what could possibly be one of the most 'mysterious' Afro-Disco records produced in the late 70s; Nana Love's "Disco Documentary - Full Of Funk". The original master tapes were un-covered [and luckily in great shape] and in the process of restoring the tapes, un-released material was discovered, enriching this very special package.
Nana Love's work, is a testament to the music's most redeeming qualities: great musicianship, funky basslines and killer breaks. As a singer / songwriter in the leading role throughout, she [with production by Reindorf Oppong] lends a wonderfully balanced approach to the arrangements. The result is a set of tracks that are positioned carefully at the forward thinking crossroads of Disco, Boogie and Soul & Funk... Her band included 6 of the original Boney M members as well as the legendary Harry Mosco and was recorded in London in 1978, in the same studio as Boney M recorded alongside David Bowie. This album makes us think; would there ever have been a Studio 54 in Ghana in late 70s? If so these would have been the recordings that would have packed the dance floor with their deep root in Disco, Soul & Funk!

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Disco Documentary - Full Of Funk

  • Nana Love
  • Release Date 2014-08-11
  • Label BBE
  • Catalog BBE250ACD
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