|A1||Farming Is The Most Important Occupation Today|
|A2||If You Have Something Today, Try And Enjoy It, For Tomorrow You May Not Be Alive To Do So|
|A3||Let Us Love One Another|
Originally featured on the 1985 cassette Drumming For Creation, here is the full set played by the Walo Shatan Gwari ensemble at the July 1984 African Music Village, held in Holland Park, London. Led by Malam Walo, the ensemble comes from an agricultural region of Northeastern Nigeria. With thanks to the National Sound Archive, the Commonwealth Institute who hosted the event, and Dr. Akin Euba.
Track titles do not appear on the release and are sourced from the label's website.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): TRANSITION BD03131-01 A1 T33.3V A2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): TRANSITION BD03131-01 B1 T33.3V B2