Yeah, I know we’re late on this one.

The legendary 1974 “Rumble in the Jungle” between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Zaire was preceded by a three-day concert, “Zaire ’74,” featuring some of greatest musical artists of the time: James Brown, B.B. King, the Spinners, Bill Withers, the Fania All-Stars, Miriam Makeba and a variety of Zairian artists, like François “Franco” Luambo Makiadi. The heavyweight bout was immortalized by Leon Gast’s superb 1996 documentary “When We Were Kings,” and now there is a stunning new film co-produced by Mr. Gast and dedicated to the unique and, until now, oddly overlooked musical event.

Houston folks, catch Soul Power on it’s last three days this week at The Angelika downtown. Showtimes here.

Editor’s Note: NYers can catch this at Cinema Village this week. It ends Thursday. Showtimes here.