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9 thoughts on “ Ekuseni - Various - Jazz From The Township (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jul 04,  · The SACD sounds like an improved version of the album I fell in love with in and which I had on constant repeat in the late 90s. There are other Miles records where his horn can be too piercing on some remasters like E.S.P. from , but when it's handled right like on the original Japanese E.S.P. CD from , it's no issue and.
  2. Strut follow their recent forays into Nigerian and Ethio grooves with a brand new wide-ranging three-part series exploring underground South African music during the late ‘60s and ‘70s, NEXT STOP SOWETO - Volume 1 explores the vibrant energy of the township jive sound, whilst Volumes 2 and 3, released across Spring and Summer , cover rare SA soul, funk & Hammond R&B and the country’s.
  3. Aug 15,  · Various Artists Jazz Jamaica From The Workshop (Studio One LP, ) Listen / Buy. Jamaican jazz has an A-grade pedigree stretching back to the s and artists including saxophonists Joe Harriott and Wilton Gaynair and trumpeter Dizzy Reece. By the start of the s, these musicians were living abroad, but a new generation had emerged.
  4. Various Township Jazz'N'Jive CD, Compilation European release. Format: CD Label: Nascente Release: Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus CD Condition: Very Good PlusVery Good PlusMissing: Ekuseni.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jazz City Presents on Discogs.4/5(1).
  6. This album " Ethio Jazz " by Mulatu Astatké is a jewel of the modern Ethiopian music and a mythical album. An album incredibly groovy recorded between in a record of Ethio groove in which we find some US soul, the jazz, the Latin accents and especially the oriental rhythms.5/5(9).
  7. Oct 28,  · A delightful and historically important compilation of early fifties township jazz - close-part harmonies, yodelling cowboy Tim Mkize, the Lo Six, Havana Swingsters, a little penny-whistling, and a great Dolly Rathebe track from the movie “Jim comes to Joburg”.

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