4 Track Recording Session
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There is one track in English-- "Towering Inferno". I can't be sure, but I suspect they're actually singing about the movie of the same name! The fuzz guitar is choice, and this track is quickly becoming my favorite.
If you're a guitarist, you can do worse things than listen to this album. It's a different approach to guitar work, and it's bound to give you ideas.
When my brother returned from a year abroad in Ghana in the 1980s, he turned me on to African pop. First it was Ghanaian pop, then King Sunny Ade and earlier Juju bands, then Fela Kuti, the Malian and Senegalese pop crossover kings, and eventually Soukous, surely one of the great butt-shaking musics of all time. By the mid-1990s I was listening to East African guitar musics. Not until about 2000 did a friend introduce me to the great South African and Zimbabwean pioneers. Until 2008, however, I had never heard the Green Arrows. This is some of the finest Afro Pop of all time! Perhaps the greatest hook in all of modern rock and roll is found in "No Delay" on this album. I can never get enough of those 2:52 of awesomeness. I only wish I had known about this band twenty years ago.
Do yourself a favor. Buy this amazing testament to the creativity of Zimbabwean fusion. Warning: Hips will move.