Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro

Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro

Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro

  • Label: Jazzman
  • Catalogue number: JMANCD029
  • Format: CD
  • Genres: Funk
  • Origin: United Kingdom

Availability: In stock



  1. Time Has Come
  2. Yellow Soul Force
  3. The Changes
  4. The Bunch
  5. ~Interlude~
  6. Baggy Pants
  7. Don't Touch, Just Watch Me!
  8. D.F.T.
  9. ~Interlude~
  10. Big Pig Affair
  11. Blue For The Kilimanjaro
  12. Black Dog, Black Cat, Black Bird
  13. Eastwood Magic City
  14. Why Am I Standing Here?

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There are plenty deep funk bands around the world, but have you heard of many from Japan? ! The dons of funk reissues Jazzman came across Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro when on tour out there and were impressed enough to get their album sorted for UK release.

We've all heard the Dap-Kings from the USA, the Poets of Rhythm from Germany, and the New Mastersounds from the UK. Well now it's time to make way for a neat dose of super duper hard 'n heavy funk from JAPAN it's the debut UK album from MOUNTAIN MOCHA KILIMANJARO!

Although these funk sides were recorded over a year ago, the reserved nature of the Japanese music scene has kept MMK recordings hidden from the ravenous ears of funk fans around the world. That's until Jazzman Gerald & Fryer went on a DJ trip to Tokyo recently where they stumbled across an MMK album & an amazing secret privy only to the ears of Japan's burgeoning funk scene. We instantly knew we had hit upon something big, This stuff is awesome - we must release it in the UK now!!! Upon our return no time was wasted - the wheels were set in motion and a deal was struck!

Jazzman has already excited funk fans the world over with their many superb deep funk reissues, but none yet has caused such excitement as the the incredibly dope Japan-themed super-size big-hole white vinyl 10" single that's just been released and taken from this very album. And now's the time for that album to be unleashed upon the world - you get no less than 14 proper good original hardcore deep funk party bangers on one CD! Even James Brown couldn't manage that!