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Club Africa is a two-part music compilation of Afrobeat, Afro-Cuban music and jazz-funk music, compiled by Russ Dewbury by released by Strut Records.

The dance community from late 1990s saw a steady increase in the interest in Afrobeat. From Masters At Work, Ron Trent, Blaze, Soul Ascendants and Faze Action, Afrobeat was the flavour of 1999.

Club Africa, vol. 1

1. River luv lite - Oneness of Juju 2. Shakalaode - Kenya, Wganda 3. Eltsuhg ibal lasiti - Daktaris 4. Karam bani - Buari 5. Rhythm on rhythm - Sookie 6. Cheetah - Mandingo 7. Soul Makossa - Gaytones 8. Kenia - Mombassa 9. Silver Black Summer Day - Living Funk 10. Ritual - Nico Gomez Afro-Percussion Inc. 11. Jungle funk - Nkengas 12. Afro funk - Peter King 13. Everybody's groove - Ashantis 14. Samba - Miriam Makeba

Club Africa, vol. 2

1. Bananaticoc - Max B. 2. New Bell - Manu Dibango 3. Funky Crookie - Exile One 4. Long Ways from Home - Hugh Masekela 5. Jo Jolo - Peter King 6. Wuyé Wuy - West African Cosmos 7. Black Family - Roy Ayers 8. Let Your Mind Take the Place of Your Body - Living Funk 9. Precious Mother - Black Egypt 10. Ererimbot Ayafung Oko - Rex Williams 11. Takuta - Babatunde Olatunji 12. Simbarer - Antonio Carlos E. Jocafi 13. Dyambo - Hugh Masekela 14. Talking Drum - Africa Messengers 15. Mahlalela - Letta Mbulu



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