Shango: Shango Funk Theology, LP (Vinyl)
Shango: Shango Funk Theology, LP (Vinyl)
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Shango
Shango Funk Theology

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
produced by/featuring Afrika Bambaataa and Material/Bill Laswell
  • Celluloid
  • (CELL 6100)
  • 5 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX-
  • used
  • edge wear on cover

tracks

A1

Shango Message

Vocals
  • Bernard Fowler
  • Max Wells
7:44
A2

Thank You

Guitar
  • Nicky Skopelitis
Horns
  • Robert Aaron
Vocals
  • Bernard Fowler
7:35
A3

Soca Fever

Percussion
  • Nicky Marrero
2:27
B1

Zulu Groove

Trombone
  • Craig Harris
Trumpet
  • Olu Dara
Vocals
  • Jimmy Mac
9:10
B2

Let's Party Down

Guitar
  • Nicky Skopelitis
Percussion
  • Nicky Marrero
11:20

Credits

Bass
  • Bill Laswell
Other
  • Bill Laswell
Co Producer
  • Material
Percussion
  • Bill Laswell
  • Michael Beinhorn
Producer
  • Afrika Bambaataa
  • Material
Written By
Synthesizer
  • Michael Beinhorn
Drum Programming
  • Michael Beinhorn
Clavinet
  • Michael Beinhorn
Vocals
  • Afrika Bambaataa
  • Amad Henderson
  • Fred Fowler

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