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Fighting For Survival
Yoruba Singers
Fighting For Survival
Cultures Of Soul
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December 2018
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A 1981 LP from Guyanese band The Yoruba Singers gets reissued courtesy of Cultures Of Soul (SJOB Movement, Asha Bhosle). Having been going for a decade by the time they released this album, the group’s sound on Fighting For Survival is a fine-tuned mix of soul, funk, reggae and calypso. Potent protest tracks such as ‘Revolution Day’ are balanced out by more celebratory numbers like ‘Drums Make The World Go Round’.

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  1. 1 Frustration 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  2. 2 Revolution Day 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  3. 3 Lingo 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  4. 4 Abiola 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  5. 5 Bleeding With Hate 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  6. 6 Fighting For Survival 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  7. 7 Drums Make The World Go Round 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  8. 8 Me Selwyn Buddy Clyde 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  9. 9 Amara Joe 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  10. 10 Zamin 2:00 Yoruba Singers
  11. 11 Swarie: A Country Festival 2:00 Yoruba Singers

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