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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Soundway fans first got a taste of Jay-U's infectious beats with the track 'Some More', featured on the Soundway compilation Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound Of The Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79. Originally released by EMI Nigeria in 1977, this now-rare album was written by Jay-U and engineered by disco-boogie artist Goddy Oku. Opening with the up-tempo reggae number "Reggae Deluxe", the album descends into mind-blowing jazz-funk featuring several killer saxophone solos. The journey ends with a trip into psych-prog rock, with a sound not dissimilar to that coming out of the early '70s British rock scene.
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Soundway fans first got a taste of Jay-U's infectious beats with the track 'Some More', featured on the Soundway compilation Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound Of The Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79. Originally released by EMI Nigeria in 1977, this now-rare album was written by Jay-U and engineered by disco-boogie artist Goddy Oku. Opening with the up-tempo reggae number "Reggae Deluxe", the album descends into mind-blowing jazz-funk featuring several killer saxophone solos. The journey ends with a trip into psych-prog rock, with a sound not dissimilar to that coming out of the early '70s British rock scene.
5056032309494
Enough Is Enough [180 Gram]
Artist: Jay-U Experience
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Soundway fans first got a taste of Jay-U's infectious beats with the track 'Some More', featured on the Soundway compilation Nigeria Disco Funk Special: The Sound Of The Underground Lagos Dancefloor 1974-79. Originally released by EMI Nigeria in 1977, this now-rare album was written by Jay-U and engineered by disco-boogie artist Goddy Oku. Opening with the up-tempo reggae number "Reggae Deluxe", the album descends into mind-blowing jazz-funk featuring several killer saxophone solos. The journey ends with a trip into psych-prog rock, with a sound not dissimilar to that coming out of the early '70s British rock scene.
        
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