(LP + MP3) George Danquah's Hot And Jumpy is one of the most collectable, funky gems to come out of the incredible music scene in Ghana during the 70s. Today original copies can easily fetch over $300. He appears to have arrived out of thin air, recorded one of the funkiest albums in African history, and then vanished. However, this isn't entirely true. Before recording this album he toured all over West Africa playing in such bands as Benya Beats, Blue Monks, and the legendary Uhuru Dance Band. He honed his skills playing with some of the country's greatest musicians and arrangers. Hot and Jumpy is the culmination of many years of hard work and musical exploration. As the cover art states, Hot and Jumpy offers up "New Dimensions in African Hustle! Reggae! Native! Soul!" Each LP is hand assembled, hand numbered, and placed in a re-sealable dust jacket. Tracks: Mbesiafo (Part One), African Reggae, Just for a Moment, Araba Soso Wo Ndzema, Chain of Love, Why Worry - Let's do "Highlife", Mbesiafo (Part Two-Vocal), Mese Medo No, Onyame Sane.