Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Footsteps

And yet another delightful recording from 1970s Zambia. This time the band is The Blackfoot, The album, The Footsteps. I don't have much info on this one, but if you have been following the Hearse's Zambian Psych posts you have probably stopped reading and hit the download link already.

18 comments:

Maundering mutterer said...

I'm grabbing it. I thought I was pretty well-informed about African Rock - especially in the seventies, but I've never HEARD of this. Thanks!

Grk! said...

*hits download link already*

Thank you!

SEANFORD said...

oh hell yeah.

Anthony said...

me like dis! tanx ace!

Anonymous said...

Keep this Zambia shit coming. It rules.

kk said...

Love the Zamrock... funny how these guys understood rocknroll better then most in the priveleged, music industried west.

i wrote an X on my hand with a sharpie said...

Doh! I thought it was Blackfoot of the classic "train train" song at first. This should be fun like listening to Frenchy rapper MC Solaar.

Anonymous said...

Track listing?

A1 The Foot Steps
A2 When I Needed You
A3 Send Me the Flowers
A4 Washinga Here?
A5 Mwe Bafyashi
B1 Jefferson
B2 Pumpa Joe
B3 Lonely Highway
B4 Sounds in My Sleep
B5 Kanyamawodi

Great shit, thank you kindly sir.

Anonymous said...

Oh, God, I love this stuff. LOVE IT.
Thanks to my fellow Anon for the tracklisting.

Mari said...

Amazing!!! Thanks a lot!

some dude said...

yeah dude, i'm saying.

Brandude said...

I read the description after downloading and realized you already knew thats what I was going to do.

t-rocc said...

knew i'd dig it when you posted it, and that is bearing out now as i'm listening... thanks again man

Anonymous said...

Love this record! Thanks, man.

Jah Soldier said...

this is brilliant! this Zambian stuff is amazing.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all these Zambian music posts. The mix of rock with the African twists they give it are always fantastic and always have such a heartwarming vibe. Still, nobody sounds as stoned as Amanaz.

MarkPhillips said...

Thank you this stuff can always be a dice roller. You seem pretty good at finding the rough diamonds

Todd said...

Best thing I've gotten from the hearse in awhile! Thanks, Aesop.