Various ‎– Mogadisco (Dancing Mogadishu - Somalia 1972​-​1991)

Label:
Analog Africa ‎– AALP 089
Series:
Analog Africa (2) – No. 29
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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Tracklist

A1 Dur-Dur Band Daradaa Muxibo 5:20
A2 Omar Shooli Hab Isii 5:36
A3 Mukhtar R. Iidi* Check Up Your Head 5:51
B1 Bakaka Band Geesiyada Halgamayow 5:50
B2 F. Qassim* & Shareero* Waakaa Helaa 6:22
B3 Iftin Band Sirmaqabe 6:29
C1 Mukhtar Ramadan Iidi Baayo 5:36
C2 Shimaali & Killer Hoobeya 5:12
C3 Dur-Dur Band Shaleedayaa 3:44
D1 Dur-Dur Band Ladaney 5:06
D2 Bakaka Band Godonimada Jira 8:34
D3 Iftin Band Ii Ooy Aniga 3:37

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Notes

Gatefold sleeve with 16-page LP-size booklet and download code.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 260126 061354
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): Mogadisco V+ The Carvery BJ 79600-01 A1 AALP089-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): Mogadisco V= The Carvery BJ 79600-01 B1 AALP089-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): Mogadisco The Carvery BJ 79600-02 C1 AALP089-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): Mogadisco The Carvery BJ 79600-02 D1 AALP089-D

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Bradx

Bradx

May 25, 2020

A good companion album to Various - Sweet As Broken Dates: Lost Somali Tapes From The Horn Of Africa .
Disco, soulful grooves, hints of reggae and funk. A large booklet gives you background on the artists, a window into the political situation in Somalia and the awe-inspiring (and terrifying) story of how the tapes were obtained. The compiler had to go through a lot to get hold of the audio for this package. A really wonderful collection.
uglystupidbaby

uglystupidbaby

January 6, 2020

If you are not familiar with Analog Africa, you should be and this is a good introduction, if you at familiar with Analog Africa, this is a worthy addition to their venerable archive. Definitely get a copy with the booklet if you can, the stories of what everyone at Mogadishu Radio went through, to record, and preserve the music, and what the folks at Analog Africa went through to distribute it, it really drives home how privileged we are to have access to this music.