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|1.||"Life Is High" (0:50)|
|2.||"Nobody Said It Would Be Easy" (5:06)|
|3.||"Havana Rhythm Dance" (feat Andrew Ashong) (3:53)|
|5.||"Lights In The Northern Sky" (2:21)|
|6.||"Western Princes" (3:00)|
|7.||"Inga's Choir" (2:36)|
|1.||"Cape Town Jam" (5:51)|
|2.||"One Guitar" (feat Dan Mugula) (3:28)|
|4.||"Magic Stones" (skit) (1:09)|
|5.||"Mame's Story" (feat Mame Ndiack) (6:44)|
The Highlife party by Brian d'Souza (aka Auntie Flo) in his hometown of Glasgow has been integral in establishing a new style of club music - merging electronic and world influences. He joins the Brownswood roster to deliver his third and most ambitious album: a natural companion piece to his Radio Highlife show on Worldwide FM (run by Brownswood boss Gilles Peterson) and the club night which he co-founded - known playing music from West Africa and Latin America. Contributions on the album come from a globetrotting cast of friends, including the inimitable Andrew Ashong, Laurie Pitt of local outfit Golden Teacher, Senegalese multi-instrumentalist Mame Ndiack and Cuban percussionist Yissy Garcia.
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