Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (Drums of Passion)  

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Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (Drums Of Passion) (1959), often shortened to Jingo is a musical composition by Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji.

Covers

The song "Jin-Go-Lo-Ba" (or "Jingo") has been covered without credits by Serge Gainsbourg, under the title "Marabout" on his Gainsbourg Percussions LP (1964); by Santana on their first album, Santana, (1969) (credited Aaron Copland); by James Last on his album Voodoo-Party (1971); by Pierre Moerlen's Gong on the album Downwind (1979); and by Fatboy Slim on his album Palookaville (2004).

The best-known version was released in 1979 by Candido Camero on his album Dancin' and Prancin'.

See also




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