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Tswana And Sotho Voices Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, 1951, '57, '59
Singing, amongst ditlhaka reedpipes, and the lesiba mouth bow.



Northern And Central Malawi Nyasaland, 1950, '57, '58
The bangwe zither, the one-stringed karigo lute, the kubu bow, the kalimba, malipenga gourd-kazoo marching music, choral and polyphonic singing.



Southern And Central Malawi Nyasaland, 1950, '57, '58
The bangwe board zither, gourd kazoo big bands, tuned likhuba drum ensembles, virtuoso xylophone, a capella singing.



Other Musics From Zimbabwe Southern Rhodesia, 1948, '49, '52, '57, '58, '63
Assorted mbira, mouth bows, karimba, story-songs, mulanji flutes, panpipes, drums.



Kalimba And Kalumba Songs Zambia And Northern Rhodesia, 1952 And 1957
The kalimba is part of the mbira family, a 'thumb-piano'; the kalumbu is a one-string gourd bow related to the Brazilian berimbau.



Les Mangalepa Endurance
Scintillating East African dance music, from seventies Nairobi. The band's name mangles 'marquez le pas', meaning 'mark time': sure enough, the beat is irresistible.



Gwigwi Mrwebi Mbaqanga Songs
'The South African folk music that makes people glad to be alive!'
With Dudu Pukwana and Chris McGregor.



Menwar Ay Ay Lolo
Menwar is a political and cultural spokesperson for the Creole minority in Mauritius, refreshing traditional musical forms like sega to put his messages across. The sound is lightly rootsy, dominated by drums and v...



Mzansi Music Young Urban South Africa
House, JA dancehall, techno and hiphop SA hybrids.



Zanzibara 1: Ikhwani Safaa Musical Club
Swahili music from the eastern coast of Africa Lamu, Mombasa, Tanga, Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar and the Comoros. Archival in amongst contemporary recordings.



Zanzibara 2: 1965-1975, The Golden Years Of Mombasa Taarab
Spicy, deep, sensual Arab, Black and Asian styles, lipsmackingly mixed together in classic Taarab when electric guitars, bass guitars, organs and kit drums kicked orchestral instruments out of bed.






Letta Mbulu Letta Mbulu Sings / Free Soul
Both albums produced by David Axelrod.



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