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It was King Sunny and not Fela who became the first Nigerian artist to find major success in the West. His first international release, Juju Music, was released in 1982 and rightly praised for its subtle and distinctive mix of West African dance rhythms and guitar work. The Aura album is more experimental, with electronic percussion mixed in with the talking drums, and doesn’t have quite the same intensity. Even so, there are some great songs here, with a rousing burst of harmonica from Stevie Wonder on Ase, percussion from the great Tony Allen on Oremi, and further reminders of King Sunny’s skills as a guitarist on the stirring Gboromiro. These albums helped to change Western attitudes to African music back in the 80s, and it’s great to hear them once again.