Jin-go-lo-ba

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For the Santana album, see Jin-Go-Lo-Ba.

"Jin-go-lo-ba" (or "Jingo") is a song by Nigerian percussionist, Babatunde Olatunji, and was featured on his first album Drums of Passion (1959).

It has been covered by Serge Gainsbourg, under the title Marabout and with no credit given to Olatunji, on his Gainsbourg percussions LP (1964), by Santana, on their first album (1969), by James Last on his album Voodoo-Party (1971), by Pierre Moerlen's Gong on their Downwind album (1979), and by Fatboy Slim on his album Palookaville (2004). A disco version was also covered by Latin percussionist Candido. A cover version was also released by independent dance act the Ravish Brothers (featuring a Hot Funky Daddy Groove) in 1988, in Lightwater, Surrey. The song was also featured in the Hindi serial "Chandrakanta" that aired on DD.