Jagga, Ben: Hold On Pretty Woman

Jagga, Ben SKU: 39296092
Jagga, Ben: Hold On Pretty Woman

Jagga, Ben: Hold On Pretty Woman

Jagga, Ben SKU: 39296092

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Hold On Pretty Woman
Artist: Jagga, Ben
Label: Barely Breaking Even
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 193483626925
Genre: International

Vinyl LP pressing. Ben Jagga's long-deleted sole solo release is the epitome of Tabansi/Taretone soul-funk-boogie-disco in it's prime, and is very much a family affair. This is the first-ever reissue. Producer is Ephraim Nzeka (of Brother To Brother fame, as 'Ephraim'), and backing vocals come courtesy of artists all with their own solo efforts out on the label: Bummy Olajubu, Judith Ezekoka, Zak Roberts, Eric Kol and Nkem Njoku (see the BBE reissue catalogue for killer LPs from the last two artists, in particular). Instrumentation is a tight, stripped-down unit: bass, guitar, drums and keyboards - and the mixdown man is Martin Ikebuaku, one of the unsung geniuses of the West African boogie sound, with literally hundreds of well-regarded sessions on almost every major Nigerian label under his belt.

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