Mad grooves from the Ethiopian scene of the 70s, featuring work by the enigmatic Mulatu, plus some of the other extra cool artists on that countrys groundbreaking soul and funk scene! Mulatu plays Fender Rhodes and organ on his tracks ? grooving with a slow, snakey approach thats almost a bit like the work of Sun Ra, but which also has distinct African touches. The sound here is quite different than the Nigerian funky work of the 70s ? much more laidback and open ended, with less American influences, and a really unique approach! Titles include Yekermo Se, Yegele Tezeta, Munaye, Metche Dershe, Kasalefkut Hulu, and Tezeta by Mulatu Astatque, Heywete and Bemgnot Alnorem by Bahta Gebre Heywet, and Yetesfa Tezeta by Tesfa Maryam Kidane. Vinyl release of tracks pulled from the Ethiopiques CD only series!!