The Daktaris

The Daktaris, whose name means "doctors" in Swahili, were an Afrobeat revival group based in Brooklyn. The group no longer exists today, though some of its members have gone on to be part of Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra.
Basing its sound on the style of 1970s African musicians like Fela Kuti, The Daktaris are today known for the faked Nigerian origin of their album Soul Explosion, which included Africanized personnel names, a vintage cover, and a "Produced in Nigeria" label. They make reference to their forged backstory in the track title " Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti", which is "It Is All A Big Hustle" backwards. Soul Explosion was originally recorded in 1998 and released under the Desco label. It was reissued by Daptone Records in 2004.

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Eltsuhg Ibal Lasiti (Remastered)Soul Explosion (Remastered)5:06
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Modern Technology (Remastered)Soul Explosion (Remastered)3:57
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Upside DownSoul Explosion4:13
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Voodoo Soul StewSoul Explosion4:27
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Upside Down (Remastered)Soul Explosion (Remastered)4:14
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Up Side DownBlack Man’s Cry: The Influence and Inspiration of Fela Kuti3:33
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Daktari WalkSoul Explosion4:53
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Musicawi Slit Part 2Soul Explosion2:24
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Give It Up Turn It Loose (Remastered)Soul Explosion (Remastered)3:10
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Give It Up Turnit LooseSoul Explosion3:53
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