Alula “Soul Love Peace”

Alula “Soul Love Peace”

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Soul Love Peace
Axum Records (Germany) 1980
1071 (LP) Coated jacket
sleeve : EX(SOC,One corner rubbed)
media : EX/EX-(a slight dust noise,B4:two light petal noises)

This is the first album released in 1980 by Alula, a singer and songwriter who is probably French of Afro-Caribbean descent. Her original songs incorporate various genres such as disco, reggae, folk, and blues, as well as covers of Jamaican and African traditional music. The light-hearted disco number A1 and the lilting reggae tunes A4 and B1 are good, but the blues number B4, sung roughly with a sense of poetry while ticking a minimalist riff on a single guitar, is definitely the one I recommend.

A4: Uhm, Uhm, Uhm
B1: Ethiopia
B4: Mama, lovely Mama

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