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Comment Faire L'amour Avec Un Negre Sans Se Fatigu Manu Dibango Milan S 513, 1985
Comment Faire L'amour Avec Un Negre Sans Se Fatigu album cover

Let's start straight off with a description of what this is not. It's not a funk soundtrack. Having got that out of the way, we can talk about what it is: a really absorbing listen, with many diverse elements of jazz, soul, funk and African music. Dibango solos over a mainly electronic percussion landscape, backed by a tight and restrained jazzy band. There are some excellent slower numbers and beautiful fretless bass, plus an outstanding African piece. If you're open-minded you'll like it - if you're looking for funk and breaks exclusively, it's not for you.

Overall Rating: 4

Track listing:

On vit de femmes | Pour commencer | Bolingo city | Theme d'Ecrivain | Pusher | Belzebuth | Montreal festival | Blues | Be my wife | Miss Suicide | Kabassale feeling | Long pusher | Fun love | Rumba club | Theme d'Ecrivain (long) | Pusher 1 | Montreal jazz festival | Katmandou | Night in blue | Drama pusher | Parc 2 | Parc 1 | Bolingo 2 reggae city | Ecrivain 30 | Cool Blues (Charlie Parker) | Lokobobe |

 

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