Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro - In A Afrobeat StylePerformer: Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro
Title: In A Afrobeat Style
Label: Not On Label (Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro Self-released), P-Vine Records
Size MP3 version: 1766 mb
Size FLAC version: 2176 mb
Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro - In A Afrobeat Style
- Written By [Uncredited] – Fela Kuti (tracks: 1b, 2)
Includes a P-Vine sheet which announces the release of the Uhuru Peak album.
Recorded Live at Family, Shibuya, Tokyo, December 06, 2009
Tracks 1A and 1B are aurally separate but appear as one 8:57 long CD track.
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