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Dickson M. Odida - Orchestre Ratego Jazz - Music From East Africa (Vinyl, LP)


Download Dickson M. Odida - Orchestre Ratego Jazz - Music From East Africa (Vinyl, LP)
1975
Label: Agu Iroko Sound - AGLP 1 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Kenya • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: African


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  4. Fenriran says:
    Based on the blues and gospel music soul jazz pulsating African-American spirituality. Most of the great jazz organists came on the scene in the era of soul jazz: Jimmy McGriff, Charles Erland, Richard “Groove” Holmes, Forest McCain, Donald Patterson, Jack McDuff and Jimmy “Hammond” Smith. All of them were in the s, their groups.
  5. Duran says:
    More Congo classics via Nigeria here! Music From Zaïre Vol. 3 (Soundpoint SOP , ) opens with "Ngalula Marthe" by Orchestre Elegance Jazz, a song that provokes fond memories among West Africans of a certain age. A quick scan of the internet produces numerous comments about it, including these: "I dreamed of my childhood in Sierra Leone.
  6. Kagagore says:
    Orchestre Les Hi-Fives, originators of the popular Kibushi sound, were one of many Congolese dance bands who, fleeing political turmoil, made their way east to Tanzania and Kenya. They were founded as Bana Kibushi Batano by Vicky Numbi in Lubumbashi, Congo. In they moved to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, and two years later to Mombasa to join the burgeoning Congolese exile music scene in .
  7. Kagul says:
    Formed in Wirral, Merseyside with Paul Humphreys (synthesizers) and Andy McCluskey (vocals and bass guitar). They played their first gig in at Eric's (Liverpool), then had a run of UK chart hits after swapping labels from Factory to the Virgin owned label DinDisc starting with the .
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  9. Zoloran says:
    Jun 28,  · Restricted, repressed and even imprisoned, black jazz musicians in ’70s and ’80s South Africa were forced underground. But they were never silenced. In a political and social climate where playing and listening to jazz was a form of political resistance, every record became a document of struggle and a statement of freedom. One of those [ ].
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