The Coyote Kings - Music Page 4
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CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE: "Kipenda Roho" by Remmy Ongala & Orchestre Super
Hamza: "Man, now this song is really the bee's cheese. Absolutely splendiferous
bouncy Zairean-style guitar, kot-tam-happy-to-be-alive vocals, and a
rhythm-section potency that says 'jump up and get down!' 'Kipenda Roho' is my
soundtrack this morning . . . a morning when sunshine woke me up and gave me
life and got me packing and got me biking on these grey-tone, deep-moan, raw
funk streets, leaf-shadow-dappled, taste-in-my-mouth Snappled. It's a bebop/hip
hop/jump shot kinda morning, when the whole world is opening up like a wise
man's laughter, like a child's smile. Because I'm on my way with all 10-speeds to
meet this knock-out amazing funktacular dream-girl by the name of Sheremnefer."
CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE: "Theme to Rocket Robin Hood" (Euro-Canada)
The original manuscript featured the actual lyrics to Rocket Robin Hood, but
because at the time of the original publication, I couldn't find who (if anyone)
controlled the rights to this 1960s Canadian animated series, I was forced to write
my own. Enjoy the original!