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ALI, MEHR -& SHER ALI- - ESSENCE OF DESIRE

ALI, MEHR -& SHER ALI- - ESSENCE OF DESIRE

 

BARE, ZANMARI - VOUN

BARE, ZANMARI - VOUN

 

BCUC - EMAKHOSINI

 

BKO - MALI FOLI COURA

 

FANNA-FI-ALLAH - MURAQABA

 

GANGBÉ BRASS BAND - GO SLOW TO LAGOS

Gangbé Brass Band came about in 1994 in Cotonou, Benin, stemming from the friendly collaboration of passionate musicians in a spirit of solidarity and mutual sacrifice. The group ise considered one of the major brass bands in Africa. In 20 years of existence, the ... read more »

 

GEBREYES, ASNAKE - AHADU

 

HALGAN, SAHRA -TRIO- - FARANSISKIYO SOMALILAND (+DVD)

Sahra Halgan is an emblematic artist from Somaliland, a territory situated in the north of Somalia, de facto independent since 1991 (following a bloody civil war). Her songs, written in a pure un-artificial musical form, are dedicated to the people of Somaliland, their ... read more »

 

KUKU - BALLADS & BLASPHEMY

American-born Lagos-bred Nigerian singer-songwriter Kuku bridges the gap between his Yoruba roots and the western world. After years of touring and four independent releases in the US, Kuku relocated to France. His haunting and nostalgic voice is continually mentioned in ... read more »

 

NADI IKHWAN SAFAA - POETRY IN MOTION: 100 YEARS OF ZANZIBAR'S...

'Poetry In Motion' explores the music, poetry, history and personalities of the esteemed East African orchestra Nadi Ikhwan Safaa. This group of performers of taraab (poetry sung in Swahili), Nadi Ikhwan Safaa ("The True Brotherhood Club"), celebrated its 100th ... read more »

 

ORCHESTRA ETHIOPIA - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 23

ORCHESTRA ETHIOPIA - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 23

The story of Orchestra Ethiopia (1963-1975) is unusual and compelling in more ways than one. Just as modern music was reaching the peak of its excellence and popularity, at the very same moment, via Orchestra Ethiopia's unlikely undertaking, traditional music acquired a ... read more »

 

UKANDANZ - YEKETELALE

UKANDANZ - YEKETELALE

 

UKANDANZ - YEKETELALE

UKANDANZ - YEKETELALE

'Yeketelale' is the third album from Franco-Ethiopian group uKanDanz, combining a heady brew of rock energy, saxophone zigzags and Ethiopian melodies, all fronted by veteran singer Asnake Gebreyes grooving harder than ever.

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 1: THE GOLDEN AG

The influences of American soul and blues are obvious here, the former quite apparent in the Memphis groove of MULUQEN MELLESSE's 'Wetetie Mare' with its smoking bassline. But the most revolutionary pieces are those that go utterly against history, making the piece relevant ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 2: TETCHAWETI

Once the explicit strangeness of first hearing Ethiopian pop wears off, its uniqueness starts to sink in. Because traditional Ethiopian songs delight in wordplay, double entendres and extended metaphors, pop arrangements tend towards starkness, the better to spotlight the ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 3: THE GOLDEN AG

The third installment of Buda's 'Ethiopiques' series is one of the best, an unlikely occurrence as most of this material was released in 1975, a year after the fall of emperor Haile Selassie and the rise of a repressive military regime that quickly brought to an end the ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 4: ETHIO JAZZ 69

An album of instrumentals, 'Ethiopiques 4' is a case study in the inventive blending of the influences that comprised the Ethiopian groove. Strains of funk and reggae permeate the thick, chunky basslines, multiple saxophones swirl with the hypnotic, sounds of the East and ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 5: TIGRIGNA MUSI

This volume of the 'Ethiopiques' series is the one that veers the closest to what Westerners think of as the traditional modern sound of Africa. The cycling stringed instruments, chanting vocals and handclaps all remind one of juju music. Tigrigna music, dominant in Tigray ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 10: TEZETA

Even more than the earlier soul-influenced compilations geared toward dancing, these brooding love blues laments cut to the emotional score essence of the country's music. The music sound distinctively Ethiopian, like it could be from no other place on the planet. The ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 12: KONSO MUSIC

'Konso Music and Songs/Kirba afaa Xonso'. Traditional music, celebration and ritual songs from the Konso region in Ethiopia.

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 15: JUMP TO ADDIS

From the early 60s until 1974, Ethiopia lived its 'wild years'. As soon as the military leaders rose to power, record production dropped off rapidly, only to end altogether in 1978. Censorship, curfews, propaganda, harassment of musicians, forced exile of many artists ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ETHIOPIQUES, VOL. 18: ASGUEBBAH!

18th Volume of this successful series. Featuring artists like ZEWDITOU YOHANNES, TEDJE TESFAHOUN, TADDESSE ANDARGUE, ETENESH WASSIE, ABBEBE FEQADE and others, who were on tour in Europe in March 2004 together with Dutch band THE EX and ALEMU AGA (known from Ethiopiques 11).

 

WANDEL SOUMAH, MOMO - MATCHOWÉ

WANDEL SOUMAH, MOMO - MATCHOWÉ

 

WARO, DANYEL - AOU AMWIN

 

 


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