Afrojazz has been produced by late 80s acidjazz crazy activists Gilles Peterson and Eddie Piller. This is the case with this track from the quintet led by Bukky Leo, a nigerian sax player based in UK. I am not aware of any other release of this tune than in this Totally Wired acid jazz compilation (JAZ ID 13LP).
Bukky Leo released more recently a kind of "new afrobeat from london" album (Mr bongo 2006), nice but not to be compared to this junglejazz trip...
The Bukky Leo Quintet - Olumo Rock:
Bukky Leo: saxes
Winston Clifford: drums
Roland Perry: keyboards
Gary Hammond: perc
Ernest Moley: bass
Following are original pictures from acid jazz late 80s parties in London, The Dingwalls Jazz Possee, sunday afternoons, Camden Lock N.W.1, and Adam Friedman's great work on the period.
I really like the "right attitude" adviced on the back cover:
"Enough trouble all around the world.
Go out, go party, don't worry about it.
Go home, think, do something about it.
This album is for people with the right attitude.