Raw and wild soul-funk-R&B-garage from 1970, recorded and released only in Algeria. Imagine James Brown fronting The Sonics. Born in Puerto Rico, Bob Destiny grew up in Harlem and, 1969, ended up teaching music in Algeria, which is where these legendary recordings were made. He was also involved with the creation of the first Pan African Festival with Mahboud Bati and Frank Pourcel. These 45s are very rare and were first discovered by the great Habibi Funk label a few years ago, who included "Wang Dang" on one of their compilations. For this Pharaway Sounds 45, the label has selected one track from his first 45 and another from his second one. Essential!!!