Fly Cherry Fly /
Hey! Hey! Hey!
- 12inch 2150 yen (税込)
バブルガム、クワイトとよばれ、ディスコ、ハウスの影響を受け、南アフリカで発展した、80sアフロハウス、シンセサウンドのスペシャリスト、ヨハネスブルグのDJ Okapiによるマニアック再発レーベルAFROSYNTHから、ヒューマスケら当も手がけた、当時、EMIの専属プロデューサーだったというSelwyn ShandelがプロデュースしたCAPTAIN MOSEZの12"。80sシンセポップの影響もううかがえるようなカラフルなシンセサイザー・プロダクションがフレッシュ。
|A1.||Fly Cherry Fly (Extended Vocal) (7:13)||sample|
|A2.||Fly Cherry Fly (Single) (4:06)||sample|
|B1.||Hey! Hey! Hey! (Extended Vocal) (7:20)||sample|
|B2.||Hey! Hey! Hey! (Dub Version) (8:24)||sample|
Re-issued for the very first time. Up until now the Captain Mosez 12" remained a highly sought after S.A. disco obscurity ( apparently going for the big $ on the collector market), but Afrosynth do the right thing in the right way and bring this edition for us all to enjoy.
In 1985 a young musician named Moses Mafiri walked into EMI Studios in Johannesburg. Working with Selwyn Shandel, then one of the label’s prolific in-house producers, the two tracks they recorded – ‘Fly Cherry Fly’ and ‘Hey! Hey! Hey!’ - reflect the range of international influences in South Africa’s burgeoning ‘bubblegum’ sound – Italo disco, electro-funk, even rock.
“I remember Moses as a very quiet, talented and gentle guy. He never really had a great voice but he used to come up with excellent melodies and lyrical concepts,” remembers Shandel today, admitting that he never saw or heard from him again after that session. Mafiri never released as Captain Mosez again, although he would later resurface in the backing band of internationally renowned Vusi Mahlasela.