South Africa, 1978, avant-garde jazz / cape jazz

Johnny DyaniWitchdoctor’s Son: Just a straight-up fun album, with a lot of variety to hold the listener’s interest, ending with a beautiful, meditative vocal track, complete with yelps and trills. A perfect album for those who like deep bass grooves that sustain a rich musical soil from which soloing can grow and flourish. I’ll say it again: this album is fun, the kind that’s so good you shake your head in wonder as you are carried along by the… well, by the groove.

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