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M’Bamina – “N’Zoumba” / “Baboko” single cover

Photo(s) by oopswhoops. Imported from Flickr on Nov 3, 2021. Artwork published in .
    M’Bamina – “N’Zoumba” / “Baboko” single cover
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    Orbit Shaded in use on the second single by M’Bamina. Record collector oopswhoops comments:

    Excellent Funk/Afrobeat double sider. 1974 French pressing on Barclay label.

    M’Bamina (“Lightning”) was formed in late 1972 by six emigres from Congo, Benin and Cameroon in Pavia near Milan, Italy. After the release of their debut album African Roll in 1975, they performed at a landmark concert at Cameroon’s Stade de Yaoundé together with Claude François and Manu Dibango. A year later, the band opened for a James Brown concert in Paris.

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