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I have written about them before but it seemed that the timing is now even more serendipitous than it was the last time since I have never posted their music.

Here are Extra Golden with the track Obama

via the fantastic Jamhuri Wear blog (I am currently taking out a second mortgage to pick up some of their amazing stuff).

Thank you for your patience people, I should be back to regular transmission shortly.

One last thing before we go, Todd Hart who runs the blog Dalston Oxfam Shop left a comment with a link to his excellent blog (although the background did cause me to have an epileptic seizure, although in all truth, it is not as bad as John’s).

Be sure to take a second to check out his excellent blog

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9 Responses

  1. S. Oloo says:

    Please check out the website http://mwanasimba.online.fr/
    The site has excellent Congolese music (Veve, Franco, Somo Somo, etc.) from the 1970s plus photos of the vinyl disks. Also lots of Swahili music. You can navigate the site in English by clicking the British flag at the bottom. I am glad I did.

  2. Reggie Oakwood says:

    please help me with yokolo

  3. Douglas says:

    Extra Golden have just released their third album, Thank You Very Quickly. http://www.thrilljockey.com/catalog/?id=103768

  4. jared says:

    jambo mingi steve ndugu yangu! Asante sana kwa muziki nyingi ya zama tha Iam able to listen to, courtesy of your sharing generosity . iam asking if anybody out there has a song called “SAILA” i do not remember ni nani aliimba , but as far as my memory can recall, it was an ASL labelĀ“. Ni ya around 80s.

  5. gilly says:

    @ Jared

    Though i dont have the track, im certain that Saila is a work of Vatta Mombasa and Nyboma recorded when based in West Africa( Abidjan) late 1970s. It is where they also did the classic Double double.

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  7. Tina says:

    Hey Steve Jambo! whatever happened to putfile and mwanamuziki, would you know? It was another source of rare songs besides yours. I’m also looking for songs from Mpongo Love’s ‘Souvenir Souvenir’ album, anybody know? please also help on Verkey’s ‘lucani’ and ‘zonga andowe’. By the way thanks for recent posts on Tabu Ley.

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