This moody, experimental, extraordinary offering from teenage Ghanaian afro rock outfit Edzayawa is one the more obscure and unique releases that Soundway have brought back to life. Having been taken under Fela Kuti’s wing after arriving in Lagos during the spring of 1973, they were signed by EMI Nigeria's visionary producer Odion Iruoje. Over two days in May 1973 they recorded “Projection One” which would be their sole release before disbanding two years later. The majority of their songs were based around a 6/8 rhythm influenced by the music of the Ewe people from the South East of Ghana and Western Togo. With themes that draw heavily on traditional folklore and deep philosophy the album has a heavy feel that sets itself well apart from the much of the lighter happier highlife of the previous decade.