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1Oda Mimian
Written-By – Guilbert
Written-By – Jones
Written-By – Hudson
Written-By – Abel
5Ozan Koukle
Written-By – Guilbert
Written-By – Young
7Alow Aton
Written-By – Guilbert


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
1715Ice Afro Agban (The Afro-Instrumental LP) ‎(LP, Album)Max 1715Turkey1974


  • Photography ByIvy Ney
  • ProducerBerjot


While there is no date on the album cover or inner labels, the catalog number falls between a Louis Armstrong album and a release by The Guess Who which were both released by Musidisc in 1974.


  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): MU 3734 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): MU 3734 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MPO 3734 A P1 = MU 1325 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MPO 3734 B P1 = MU 1325 B


  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Printed By – Imprimerie JAT, Chatillon



Формируйте собственную коллекцию. Ice - Afro Agban The Afro-Instrumental LP 1974. MUSICAS DE FLAUTAS BAMBU - Продолжительность: 1: full album. View all Ice 3 albums. Afro Agban The Afro-Instrumental LP. Ice 3. 7 tracks. Released in 1974. It's The Afro Blast - Johnny Afro. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Media : LP. New or Used : original used. Common information to all CD and LP - Music Web Service's sites. Search all items of ICE. Back to the listing. is the Music Guide dedicated to Groovy Music. Music Guide. Afro is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, released in 1954 on the Norgran label. Gillespie worked with many Cuban musicians on the album. A later small-group session features the trumpeter with an all-Latin rhythm section and flutist Gilberto Valdes. it is well worth acquiring. Racubah, The Gap, and Ozan Koukle are taken from 1974's smoking all-instrumental Afro Agban. Seven of the ten cuts from 1975's mostly brilliant Frisco Disco are here, as is a complete Latin jazz-cum-disco version of the jazz standard Autumn Leaves from 1977's Seven Americans in Paris. Alas, the three-part Louisiane Suite from that album has been omitted for limitations of space. From The Album Afro Agban - The Afro-Instrumental LP - 1978 - Musidisc . D SONGS NAME: -Madonna - Die Another Day -Tatsuya Oe - Cold Sweat Captain Funk Dry Mix -Bob James - Farandole -Ice - Racubah -Neuer Kuenstler Havikoro - Break Beats 05 -Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger -Neuer Kuenstler Havikoro - Break Beats 07 -Jeep Beat Collective - Stop Ya Skemes JB Scratch Remix -James Brown - Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose Remix -Def Jef - Poet With Soul -Fatboy. Johnny Afro. Harder Than the Firmament. Taste of Reality. Flatober Fest. Mercury Retrograde. Helium Hoax. The African Beat - Art Blakey, The Afro-Drum Ensemble

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Afrobeat, Funk
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"Ozan Koukle" might be covered by another artist. Does anyone know who covered this? Anyway, the song is brilliant!
So the album is recorded in France right? Did is possible that Michel Fugain Co-writen a title on it? The title "Ozan Koukle" have vocal on it who seems to be a Fugain's signature sound (make of "lalalala"). This is the era when Fugain was popular in France. I say that because the vocals really have a French signature. From my french ears!
Here is an album that harkens back to the two albums this band recorded under the name The Lafayette Afro Rock Band; Soul Makossa and Malik. The similarities are not only in the musical style of afro-jazz-rock but also in the fact that many of the song titles are African sounding. While there seems to be no date on this album, my best guess would be circa 1973/4 as the recording date. I have seen it listed on the internet as 'released in 1973', but that seems perhaps too early considering the fact that we know Each Man Makes His Destiny is a 1973 release and the fact that after only that one album under the name Ice, they changed their name to The Lafayette Afro Rock Band for their next 2 albums.

These are all very solid compositions with the excellent rhythms and soloing found on their first 4 albums. For those unfamiliar, their first album was recorded in 1972 using the name Ice. It has different titles depending on the continent it was released on; Ice in the USA and Each Man Makes His Destiny in Europe. For their 2nd and 3rd albums, Soul Makossa and Malik respectively, they changed the band name to The Lafayette Afro Rock Band. Their 4th album entitled either Import/Export in the USA or Frisco Disco in Europe was made under the band name Ice. This album, Afro Agban (The Afro-Instrumental LP), was most likely recorded during the sessions for either or both Soul Makossa and Malik. This is perhaps their best album overall, with the pieces stretching out into Jazz Rock territory.
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