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Africa, A Musical Journey EUCD 2125
Africa, A Musical Journey
Pure, earthy and exhilarating African drumming and singing in many different styles and from many different countries, e.g. South Africa, Guinea, Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Mozambique. Explanations to each of the pieces in four languages.

1. Iphi Yeza (South Africa)
2. Wali (Guinea)
3. Tigari (Ghana)
4. Sindimba (Tanzania)
5. Wello (Ethiopia)
6. Isikuti (Kenya)
7. Bata (Nigeria)
8. Le Duo (Burkina Faso)
9. Digba (Ivory Coast)
10. Xigubo (Mozambique)

Price: € 13.50

Barry Van Zyl & The Bo Kaap Collective
Goema Music from Cape Town, South Africa EUCD 2133
Goema Music from Cape Town, South Africa
Goema [pronounce: "gooma"] music from the Bo Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa, as played today, still in its traditional format with voices, percussion, bass, banjo and guitar. The songs ("goema liedjies") have their origins in the early days of the cape; they are very much community music, full of social comment, humour and double entendre. Info in four languages. Afrikaans lyrics in the booklet.

1. Meisie met die kortste rokkie (Girl with the Shortest Skirt)
2. Nuwe jaar (New Year)
3. Alibama
4. January / February
5. Onder die piesang boom (Under the Banana Tree)
6. Loskop (Madcap)
7. Dans vannie maan (Dance under the Moon)
8. Boem Straat
9. Die jackals (The Jackals)
10. As die wind so waai (As the Wind Blows)
11. Die eilandje (The Little Island)
12. Op die skeffel (On the Scaffold)
13. Lekker Straat (Fun Street)
14. Noekies
15. Die blikkie se boom is uit (The Bottom Piece of the Little Tin Has Come Apart)
16. Die maan skyn so helder (The Moon Shines So Brightly)
17. Koeksusters sonder suiker (Cakes without Sugar)
18. Saterdag oppie stasie (Saturday at the Station)

Price: € 18.50

Voices from Southern Africa EUCD 1855
Voices from Southern Africa
Insingizi are a vocal group from Zimbabwe , presenting seventeen songs, a cappella or accompanied with African drums, in a rich vocal style, called Mbube (latterly made famous by Ladysmith Black Mambazo). In a world where the hype of western music appears to be stifling the growth of traditional African music, Insingizi assert that African music holds its own. The songs are presented in their native Ndbele language. Information in four languages.

1. Ingoma (Vusumuzi Vusa Ndlovu) - 2:39
2. Amasango (Blessings Nqo Nkomo) - 3:16
3. Ibele lendlela (Blessings Nqo Nkomo) - 2:22
4. Jerusalem (Gospel, arr. Vusumuzi Vusa Ndlovu) - 2:19
5. Isqoqodo (Blessings Nqo Nkomo) - 3:03
6. Nanziwe (Blessings Nqo Nkomo) - 3:21
7. Ngizobambelela (Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 2:41
8. Isiqholo (Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 3:22
9. Mama (Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 3:13
10. Ungangidluli Jesu (Gospel, arr. Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 3:22
11. Yint'enjani (Ndlovu / Nkomo / Moyo) - 2:57
12. Uthando lukajesu (Vusumuzi Vusa Ndlovu) - 3:15
13. Siyabonga (Gospel, arr. Blessings Nqo Nkomo) - 2:28
14. Uzoyidela (Vusumuzi Vusa Ndlovu) - 2:12
15. Ko Bulawayo (Vusumuzi Vusa Ndlovu) - 3:53
16. Vinqo (Trad., arr. Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 4:15
17. Mbonqane Groove (Dumisani Ramadu Moyo) - 3:16

Price: € 18.50

African Homeland - Voices & Rhythms from Zimbabwe & Southern Africa EUCD 2271
African Homeland - Voices & Rhythms from Zimbabwe & Southern Africa
Zimbabwe's multi award winning group IYASA presents powerful traditional songs, melodious voices (singing in Ndebele, Kalanga and Shona) and pounding southern African rhythms. 28-page booklet with original lyrics plus English translations, photos and rich information in four languages.

1. Sqomana Sodwa (We Love One Another) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
2. Siyalibingelela (We Greet You) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
3. Amazulu (The Zulus) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
4. Ikhona intombi (There is a Girl) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
5. Ihondo (War) (trad., arr. & additional text by Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
6. Iyasa Iyatsamaya (IYASA rocks) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
7. Makuwerere (It's Chaos) (trad.)
8. Ijongosi (The Maiden) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
9. Thalenta Lami (My Talent) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube) (an adaptation) - Innocent Dube)
10. Izwe Lethu (Our Country) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
11. Helele Mama (Oh Mama) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
12. Izenzo Zomhlaba (Evil Deeds of the World) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
13. Madodana (My Son) (Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
14. Umakoti (The Bride) (trad., arr. Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
15. Iqhude (The Cockerel) (trad., arr. & additional lyrics by Nkululeko Innocent Dube)
16. Chimurenga (The Revolution) (trad.)

Price: € 18.50

Tinashe Chidanyika
Sounds of the African Mbira EUCD 2233
Sounds of the African Mbira
Mesmerizing and intricate music of the southern African mbira (thumb piano). The instrument symbolises the spiritual life of the Shona people. Tinashe Chidanyika is one of the great masters playing various different mbiras, accompanied on traditional percussion by Barry van Zyl. Extensive info in English, German, French and Spanish, lots of colour photos. Total playing time: 63:55 min.

1. Chemutengure
2. Chimanda
3. Mugara Ndenga Urombo
4. Chikende kuMbire
5. Chemutengure [Nyunga nyunga]
6. Nhemamusasa
7. Kuparara
8. Chamuminuka
9. Mahororo yakagara
10. Nyamaropa yeBvonga mupopoto
11. Ndotondera Gwenyambira
12. Taireva

Price: € 18.50

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