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70s Soul

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1. Changes
2. Come back to me
3. Mpenzi nirudie
4. No love to buy
5. Afro disco music
6. Bahari
7. I'll be there
8. Let there be love
9. Live in peace and happiness
10. The world
11. Something good
12. Gimme something love
13. We need a little time
14. Peace
15. This world

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1. Changes - 3:53 2. Come Back to Me - 4:30 3. Mpenzi nirudie - 5:12 4. No Love to Buy - 3:48 5. Afro Disco Music - 3:02 6. Bahari - 4:10 7. I'll be There - 3:23 8. Let There be Love - 3:46 9. Live in Peace and Happiness - 3:28 10. The World - 3:49 11. Something Good - 4:44 12. Gimme Something Love - 4:17 13. We Need a Little Time - 4:50 14. Peace - 3:17 15. This World - 4:04 Total playing time: 60:57 min. Solid soul and funk music from the African continent of the late 1970s. Powerful sax harmonies, catchy guitar riffs, and the mighty voice of Slim Ali, concentrating in this album on Slim Ali's ballads. Great music in the spirit of soul and funk of Memphis and the American South.

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A hybrid of two albums – the “heavy echo” tracks detract from the musical flow. 24 août 2014
Par Steve Ramm - Publié sur Amazon.com
As I post my review – the second one for this title – I see the one posted by my fellow reviewer DJ Joe Sixpack. While Joe seems to be quite familiar with the music of this “soul” singer from Nairobi in Kenya, I can’t say the same for me. Honestly, I never heard of him. So my review is based on my hearing this 60-minute album with 15 tracks for the first time.

In reading the brief liner notes (they are in both English and German) I learned that Ali recorded three albums. They included slow ballads as well as funkier numbers. The ARC label chose to split the music styles and put the slow ones on this disc and the faster ones on a title listed as 70s Soul. (I have not hear that album, which contains Ali’s one big hit).

Because the contents here come from two different albums and one was recorded with echo (LOTS of echo on “Let There Be Love”, the album doesn’t have a flow to it. And the recording volume on track 6 is much louder than on track 5. Most of the songs are in English and the words “peace” and “love” are prominent. There’s a strange title named “Afro Disco Music” which has nothing to do with disc.

Ali bases his style after artists like Percy Sledge and Teddy Pendergass. And Otis Redding. Track 11 – “Something Good” has the same feel as Otis had and is the one track I liked here.

If you know Ali’s music this might be for you, but I’m afraid it didn’t do much for me. And the jarring “echo chamber” tracks really turned me off. But listening is subjective.

I hope you found this review both informative and helpful.
Steve Ramm
“Anything Phonographic”
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Mellow soul music from 1970s Africa 14 août 2014
Par DJ Joe Sixpack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Slim Ali & The Hodi Boys
"70s Soul!"
(ARC Music, 2014)
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Mellow soul and '60s/'70s-style R&B from Kenyan singer Slim Ali, a regional star who divided his efforts between Kenya and the Middle East... Heavily influenced by American soul pioneer Otis Redding, Ali worked in a number of styles, mostly spacy-sounding ballads with hints of Philly soul and classic lovers reggae, and a bit of more standard-sounding African pop. It's sung mostly in English, and only rarely (alas) sung in a local dialect. Mostly this is too laid-back for me, although there is still a fascinating appeal, an intensity and conviction to his performances that transcends the apparent limits of the Kenyan studio scene. Unfortunately this disc does not include his 1977 hit, "You Can Do It," though that can be heard on a separate release, 70s Pop!. Fans of African funk and soul will want to check this out, although it should be noted that this leans heavily on melody and less so on rhythm -- much more soul than funk-oriented. (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue Guide To World Music)
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