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Boomkat Product Review:
**Cult Nigerian soundtrack of progressive afro-jazz fusion circa '78 with some amazing keyboard work and drumming. Presented in cool gatefold slipcase fedepicting stills from the film. We've rarely heard anything quite like it.** "Soundway Records are proud to present the original soundtrack to Ola Balogun's legendary movie Black Goddess from 1978. The film was written and directed by Balogun (recognized as one of Nigeria's most renowned directors) but shot and cast in Brazil. The soundtrack, Soundway's deepest venture into experimental afro-jazz, was composed and produced by one of Nigeria's most successful and original musicians Remi Kabaka (who has played with Steve Winwood, Paul Simon, Paul McCartney and Ginger Baker amongst others). The record was originally issued in both Nigeria and Brazil, but recorded in Lagos, using four of the Nigerian music scene's most innovative players: Remi Kabaka himself, alongside Biddy Wright, saxophonist Dele Okonkwo and Mono Mono frontman Joni Haastrup. The resulting soundtrack crated by these prestigious musicians is a truly unique and experimental afro-jazz recording that has been out of print for many years, until now."