Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story 1975-1993


Soul Love Now: The Black Fire Records Story 1975-1993

  • Label: Strut
  • Catalogue number: STRUT238LP
  • Format: 2 x LP
  • Genres: Afro, Afro Funk, Funk, Funky Jazz, Instrumental, Jazz, Jazz Funk, Modal Jazz, Soul Funk, Soul Jazz, Spiritual Jazz
  • Origin: United Kingdom



  1. Theatre West - 'Children Of Tomorrow's Dreams'
  2. Oneness Of Juju - 'Soul Love Now'
  3. Byard Lancaster - 'Drummers From Ibadan'
  4. Juju - 'Nia (Poem: The Complete Circle)'
  5. Lon Moshe - 'Doin The Carvin For Thabo'
  6. Wayne Davis - 'Look At The People'
  7. Southern Energy Ensemble - 'Third House'
  8. Oneness Of Juju - 'African Rhythms' (live)
  9. Okyerema Asante - 'Follow Me'
  10. Experience Unlimited - 'People'

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Black Fire was an influential spiritual jazz and conscious soul label that is now the subject of a first ever compilation. It has been put together by Strut and covers the years 1975 to 1993, showcasing a rich mix of jazz, deep African polyrhythms and empowering lyrics across plenty of classics and rarities. The highlights are plentiful and the comp also comes with extended sleeve notes around the black-owned label's rich history, as well as a reprint of one of the original Black Fire magazines published by founder Jimmy Gray. This is a real piece of black music history.