Friday, April 24, 2009

Dancin' with the Obeah Man

I'm actually flying to San Francisco for the weekend today, so I'm going to keep this short and sweet with a one of my personal favorite tracks, "Exuma, The Obeah Man" by Exuma , off of the Soul Jazz released compilation tribute to Nicky Siano's The Gallery. I've now owned this compilation for a few years now, and it still remains to be one of my most listen to records. I was enjoy this Exuma track from 1970 the other night, with much enjoyment I might add, so I thought I post it today. Hopefully you enjoy this classic cut, which tends to crossover between many different genres, as much as I do. Enjoy!

Exuma - Exuma, The Obeah Man

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disco outcast said...

hey, thanks for including me on your blog links. love you r bog & your edits.. if you ever in the uk, i would love you to come & play at one of our parties. love from manchester, stefan (disco outcasts)

Robert said...

I've got this CD too, and it's great. I like that it collects songs the pre-date the heyday of the disco era with many rare titles.

Pat Les Stache said...

Hey Robert,

I completely agree. It does a nice job showcasing some of the motown and soul influences on disco before it even really had a genre name. A great re-cap of the kind of music Siano and other early disco deejays played during the early days of disco.

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