"As a working musician, Khoza's peregrinations took him to Cape Town and eventually Johannesburg, where he was employed at the Pelican Club in Soweto. As the nightclub's stage manager, he was responsible for overseeing cabaret shows and jam sessions and played an instrumental role in cultivating the era's soul, funk and jazz scene. After participating as a session musician for the As-Shams recording of Tete Mbambisa's Big Sound album and in the wake of a life-changing trip to Malawi following his father's death, Khoza convinced Rashid Vally to get behind his new Afrocentric sound and assembled his Pelican musical compatriots at Gallo Studios in September 1976 to put it down." (Tooth Factory)
Re-mastered from original tapes. Originally released in 1976.
A2 Zumbwe (Baby Tiger)
B1 African Jive (Moto)
B3 WD 46 Mendi Road