Exuma - Exuma
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1970 Ratings: #11
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Feels like i'm in a satanic tribe ritual.
#81 Of Jamal's Top 100 Albums

This album introduced me to the genre of freak folk where the most freaky things happend
Jokes aside this album is amazing and ahead of it time for the year it came out
It might not be as well known but it surely a must listen
I am not a very experienced listener of the Caribbean music scene, or any world style music for that matter. But I can tell when an album is something special. Exuma incorporates elements of traditional African folk music with heavy tropical instrumentation to create an album so weird and unique that it is incredible. I felt like I was on an island in the Caribbean, partaking in a ritual or celebration within a small tribe. And albums that can really put you into a situation are those that ... read more
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One of the lesser-known great folk albums of all-time. The staggering energy put into this record will make you feel like you're right in the middle of a tribe ritual. The production is surprisingly clean considering the origin and time period. The instrumentation is other-worldly. Everything about this is vigorous and very enjoyable.

Strong 8/10
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Added on: February 3, 2013