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A Ghanaian athlete turned musician with over 16 albums to his name he shook his country's music industry up as the chairman of the Ghanaian Copyright Society and now president of the Musicians Union of Ghana and the vice president of International Federation Of Musicians. He can also lay down a mean hook; "Anokwar Truth " is a firing slice of late 70s synth-infused afrofunk while "Music" comes a little later in the 80s with its rapid synth boogie groove and big Fanti chants.

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The prolific Rolando Bruno hails from Buenos Aires and following a stint in punk act Los Peyotes, decided to refocus attentions on the Afro-Peruvian Psicodelico movement that's been buzzing LP South America under the name Rolando Bruno Y Su Orchestra Midi, armed with just an electric guitar and self-made backing tracks. Read more. Review: New York City label Ostinato Records make their impressive debut with this compilation of Haitian Jazz and Electric Folklore spanning two decades from the sixties onwards.

Allegedly compiled from an array of private collections and radio archives in Brooklyn and several digging trips throughout Haiti, this track selection offers an Album) overview of the country's musical diversity in this period. Musical innovation is matched by percussive potency as Ostinato tell the story of a "vibrant laboratory of colliding influences" in the best way possible; with some truly delightful music! A 10 plus group of musicians dedicated to bringing the sounds of the vintage Tropical dance floor to life and our partners at countless musical forays.

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The band carried on under singer Mbuya Makonga and Dekula Kahanga a. Kahanga started his career in Orch. As Ronnie Graham says, "A lead guitarist with a new sharp sound, Vumbi revitalized the band and put them back on top with their late 80s hit 'Ngalula,' heard on Tanzania Dance Bands vol 2. Assosa wrote some of the hit songs of Maquis, such as "Makumbele" and "Ngalula"; those songs also showcased guitarist Dekula Kahanga's talent.

Kahanga would later become a successful guitarist on his own; he has now relocated in Sweden. Lead singer Tshimanga Assosa also left for a while in the 70s to return to Kinshasa; back in Tanzania he joined orchestra Makassy and wrote their international hit "Mambo bado.

In June they were sentenced to life imprisonment. The facts of the case suggest they were not given a fair trial, that the prosecution gave inconsistent and uncorroborated evidence. Court documents suggest there was a vendetta against Nguza and his son as two other defendants were released on appeal, and defense witnesses were not heard in the trial.

The Nguzas were granted clemency and released by the president in December Together they approached a businessman who ran a bar and restaurant and also owned musical instruments and after discussions it was agreed that they perform at the bar. During the following six years of hard work they acquired enough money to purchase their own musical instruments.

In the band's name was changed to Orchestre Maquis du Zaire and the following year, while on a tour of countries neighbouring Zaire, they decided to settle in Tanzania's capital of Dar es Salaam where they received a wonderful reception from musical lovers.

The group now has a large following in Tanzania and through their company OMACO Limited they have purchased property including acres of farmland. Orchestre Ma Quis Du Zaire's popular music has been exposed through the airwaves on state-owned Radio Tanzania, but until recently not had the chance of being cut on discs to reach fans in neighbouring countries.

The group, Album) has thirty-six members twenty eight musicians, three stage show girls and five officialsfinally made its first appearance in Nairobi at the beginning of May for recording sessions at the CBS studio Unfortunately they were unable to give live performances.

They did however make some TV appearances. Special Thanks: Godfrey Zimba for his unquestionable contribution, Tido Mhando for his company and sparing time until the late hours of the night at the border; Peter Bond for his encouragement during the trying time; Simon Ndesandjo and Peter Musaka for the role played during the session.

Sleeve design by Avelino Fernandez. Nguza Viking from back cover of Karubandika. But see Stefan's take. It was in that the group Orchestre Super Gabby came together and began performing in a local bar. Nearly ten years later, that same band, having changed their name to Orchestra Maquis du Zaire made their first appearance in Dar es Salaam in It was love at first sight or sound as the band received a warm reception from Tanzanian music lovers -- so much so that the band stayed on in Dar making it their home.

With the recent success of their smash single "Karubandika", Maquis are rapidly extending their popularity throughout Eastern and Central Africa. This LP is a selection of some of the most recent Maquis recordings. Get down and enjoy the Zembwela beat! Mozili Etonda Na Zambo a2. Zobela Ngai Polela b1. Serieux Ya Mukoko also released as a 45 b2. Baba Willy 2. Makumbele No. Kalenga B1. Yarabi Nafsi 2. Bonale 3. Kibulwa no. Mayanga 2. Selina 3. Nenee B1. Mathy Matii 2.

Dunia Mzunguko 3. Mpenzi Scolla [via Peter Toll]. Kadiri ka nsimba 2. Wakati nilikuwa Ntambwa - Sunburst (6) - Ave Africa (Vinyl 3. Karubandika 4. Sofia 5. Ni Wewe Pekee 6. Sumu ya mapanezi Album of some of Viking's hits.

Also available digitally here. Karubandika Kasolo Kyanga 2. Mpenzi Lutta Mtombo Lufungula 3. Sofia Field Marshall Nguza Viking 5.

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  1. Strut presents a definitive collection of recordings from one of Tanzania's most revered bands of the early s, Sunburst. Covering their output from to , this first retrospective features their singles for the Moto Moto and TFC labels, their sole album, 'Ave Africa' and an unreleased radio session recorded in Tanzania in Check!

  2. First ever retrospective of short-lived but brilliant East African Afro-rock collective Sunburst, Includes all songs from their one studio album 'Ave Africa', all of their music released as 45s, and a previously unreleased radio session.

  3. Jun 24,  · Buy Ave Africa: The Complete Recordings by Sunburst on Bleep. Sunburst ReleaseProduct Ave Africa: The Complete Recordings Label Strut Catalogue Number STRUTD Play 6 Clips LP Pre-order. Artist Mary Lattimore ReleaseProduct Collected Pieces:

  4. Massive, track suite of sun-drenched, psychedelic Afro-soul “Strut presents a definitive collection of recordings from one of Tanzania’s most revered but short-lived bands of the s, Sunburst. Covering their entire output from to , this first retrospective features their singles for Moto Moto and TFC, their sole album, ‘Ave Africa’ and an unreleased radio .

  5. Ave Africa Lp () A1. Kitoto Sound A2. Ukuti Ukuti A3. Ba Motoka Na Castle A4. Kamungulwe A5. Your Day Will Come* A6. Ani Uni* B1. Wakulu Wa Kuno B2 We Need Each Other B3. Alhamdullilah B4. Ntambwa B5. How Can I Get To You* B6. Ave Africa Tfc & Moto Moto 45S () C1. Simba Anguruma C2. Kipato Sina C3. Vijana C4. Banchikicha C5. .

  6. Strut presents a definitive collection of recordings from one of Tanzania’s most revered bands of the early s, Sunburst. Covering their output from to , this first retrospective features their singles for the Moto Moto and TFC labels, their sole album, ‘Ave Africa’ and an unreleased radio session recorded in Tanzania in

  7. Sep 12,  · Artist: Sunburst (6), Sunburst Title: Sunburst Ave Africa Vinyl 2 LP Label: Strut; Released: 24/06/ Please note this release date may be subject to change and also stock arrival can be subject to delays, in particular if this is an overseas release.

  8. Jun 24,  · Ave Africa: The Complete Recordings by Sunburst, released 24 June 1. Kitoto Sound 2. Ukuti Ukuti 3. Ba Motoka Na Castle 4. Kamungulwe 5. Your Day Will Come 6. Ani Uni 7. Wakulu Wa Kuno 8. We Need Each Other 9. Alhamdullilah Ntambwa How Can I Get To You Ave Africa Simba Anguruma Kipato Sina Vijana

  9. May 06,  · Strut is extremely proud to present a definitive collection of recordings from one of Tanzania’s most revered but short-lived bands of the s, Sunburst. Covering their entire output from to , this first retrospective features music from their 45 RPM singles “Moto Moto” and “TFC,” as well as their sole album, Ave Africa.

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