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  • Performer: Ju Ju
  • Title: A Message From Mozambique
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AAC MP2 AA FLAC MP4 VQF MPC
  • Released: 1973
  • MP3 album: 1558 mb
  • FLAC album: 1624 mb
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 592
Ju Ju - A Message From Mozambique album FLAC

This album was made out of political anger at the world's total neglect of the war in Mozambique, at a time when everyone seemed to be focusing more on what was going on in Vietnam. On the back of that you have a very angry album that was basically meant to shock, be uncomfortable and hopefully educate. Musically, well it's obviously not an album you chuck on in a whim, but there's two major high-points: "Struggle Home" and "Soledad Brothers", which luckily are what makes up the A side.

Morceau d'ouverture épique de A Message From Mozambique de Ju Ju, plus connu sous son nom complet Oneness Of Juju. Parmi les membres, on retrouve l'exemplaire Babatune Olatunji pour les drums/percus, l'un des musiciens ayant le plus contribué à apporter à la musique des Etats-Unis les rythmes et le folklore musical africain; largement repris dans le jazz, entre autres, dans les années 60 et 70. A Message From Mozambique est un très bon disque sorti chez Strata East en 1973 et qui s'ouvre sur ce (Struggle) Home, tout en urgence free et en énergie pure.

Singer: Ju Ju Album's name: A Message From Mozambique Label: P-Vine Records ‎– PCD-3896 Type: CD, Album, Reissue Country: Japan Date of released: 2001 Category: Jazz Style: Soul-Jazz, Space-Age, Jazz-Funk. Ju Ju - A Message From Mozambique MP3 version. 1680 downloads at 15 mb/s. Ju Ju - A Message From Mozambique FLAC version. 1915 downloads at 11 mb/s. Ju Ju. A Message From Mozambique ‎(LP, Album).

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 (Struggle) Home
Written-By – Plunky Nkabinde
16:10
A2 Soledad Brothers
Written-By – Al-Hammel Rasul*
5:15
B1 Freedom Fighter
Written-By – Jalango*
3:25
B2 Make Yor Own Revolution Now
Written-By – Lon Moshe
11:05
B3 Father Is Back
Written-By – Babatunde*
2:05
B4 Nairobi/Chants (Traditional)
Written-By – Ndikho Xaba
8:00

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – JuJu Raga
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Strata-East Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Strata-East Records, Inc.
  • Published By – JuJu Raga
  • Published By – Nonkosi Music

Credits

  • Artwork [Back Cover] – Suzi*
  • Bass, Double Bass, Flute [Wood] – Ken Shabala
  • Congas, Drums – Babatunde*
  • Design, Layout – Collis H. Davis, Jr.
  • Flute, Piccolo Flute, Vibraphone – Lon Moshe
  • Mixed By – Marzette Watts
  • Percussion, Vocals – Juju
  • Photography, Liner Notes – Thulani Nkabinde
  • Piano, Shekere – Al-Hammel Rasul*
  • Producer – JuJu Raga*
  • Recorded By – Marty Payne
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Plunky Nkabinde
  • Timbales – Jalango Ngoma

Notes

Recorded: September, 1972. S.F. Cal.
Group properly credited on release as Ju Ju
A1-B3: JuJu Raga - BMI
A4: Nonkosi Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (B): SES 19735 B
  • Matrix / Runout (A): SES 19735 A
  • Matrix / Runout (A, B): S/W
  • Rights Society (A1, A, B1 to B3): BMI
  • Rights Society (B4): ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SES 19735 Ju Ju* A Message From Mozambique ‎(LP, Album) Strata-East SES 19735 US 1973
PCD-3896 Ju Ju* A Message From Mozambique ‎(CD, Album, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-3896 Japan 2001
SES-19735 Juju A Message From Mozambique ‎(LP, Album, RE, TP) Black Fire SES-19735 US Unknown
SES-19735 Juju A Message From Mozambique ‎(LP, Album, RE) Black Fire SES-19735 US Unknown
NB19735 Juju A Message From Mozambique ‎(CD, Album, RE) N.A.M.E. Brand Records NB19735 US 1994



Reviews about Ju Ju - A Message From Mozambique (1):
Rose Of Winds
This is a very 'out' recording that was described by Plunky as rhythmically free, not melodically free. However you want to call it though, it's certainly no easy ride. This album was made out of political anger at the world's total neglect of the war in Mozambique, at a time when everyone seemed to be focusing more on what was going on in Vietnam. On the back of that you have a very angry album that was basically meant to shock, be uncomfortable and hopefully educate. Musically, well it's obviously not an album you chuck on in a whim, but there's two major high-points: "Struggle Home" and "Soledad Brothers", which luckily are what makes up the A side. Plunky has admitted to being a Pharoah Sanders freak, and "(Struggle) Home" is very obviously inspired in that direction, so much so that it could be from any early Pharoah Sanders Impulse recording. "Soledad Brothers" on the other hand is a much gentler affair, a beautiful melodic vamp with free-form, but subtle vibes and percussion running through it. The B side though is a serious percussion frenzy, pretty much right through, and definitely not anything I'll be playing again anytime soon. I'm a huge fan of Plunky and all the variations of the Oneness of JuJu, but I think I would go for the two Ju Ju albums over any of the others he made. They just seem more focused on message and not commercialism. No disrespect intended, as albums like African Rhythms are serious releases, but I just find the search for a more listener friendly music when they became Oneness of Juju kind of softened them a bit.

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