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Various Artists - The Kings and Queens of Township Jive: Modern Roots of the Indestructible Beat of Soweto flac album

Various Artists - The Kings and Queens of Township Jive: Modern Roots of the Indestructible Beat of Soweto flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: The Kings and Queens of Township Jive: Modern Roots of the Indestructible Beat of Soweto
Style: African Traditions,Southern African
Duration: 51:13
Relesed: 1991
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 101
Other formats: AU WMA AHX WAV RA VOX

The Indestructible Beat Of Soweto, Various Artists, Vinyl, New, FREE & F Condition: New. Time left: 5d 22h 47m 43s. Ships to: Worldwide. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change.

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The term "township jive" generally means mbaqanga, a unique fusion of rural and urban music characterized by prominent electric bass, tightly arranged horns, and cascading guitar lines. The fourth volume in the Earthworks label's excellent Indestructible Beat of Soweto series focuses on early-'90s hits by the Soul Brothers, one of South Africa's finest mbaqanga groups, but it also includes tracks by such other eminent combos as Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens and Steve Kekana.

Dienstag, 22. Januar 2019. VA - The Indestructible Beat Of Soweto, Vol. 1. The Indestructible Beat of Soweto, later repackaged as The Indestructible Beat of Soweto Volume One, is a compilation album released in 1985 on the Earthworks label, featuring musicians from South Africa. This anthology of South African artists surprised everyone by becoming a best-seller. It introduced worldbeatniks to Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Mahlathini, and Moses Mchunu and paved the way for Paul Simon's "Graceland". The album was conceived by white South African expatriates Trevor Herman and Jumbo Vanrenen and released in 1985 on the British-based Earthworks label. Thank you for the Indestructible Beat of Soweto. Any chance to volumen 5 "Jive nation"? 28. März 2016 um 23:39.

THE KINGS AND QUEENS OF TOWNSHIP JIVE: MODERN ROOTS OF THE INDESTRUCTIBLE BEAT OF SOWETO (Earthworks) If the successors to Earthworks's epochal mbaqanga comp have been too professional, the predecessors from Rounder and such haven't been professional enough. So finally, here are the '60s/'70s hits. Whenever things get too skeletal a hook arises from the clatter-if not one of the preclimaxes dance rats live for, then maybe a laugh line, a tune, a Horace Silver sample.

Indisputably the greatest black vocal group of the modern era, this quintet created masterpiece after masterpiece of chugging, gospel-tinged soul. Anthology captures a slice of the Temps' prime, including "My Girl," "I Can't Get Next to You" and "I Wish It Would Rain. Newman draws on his roots in the blues and New Orleans boogie to uncorck this blistering portrait of the American South. He shows that he was pop's most cutting satirist on "Rednecks" – a song that doesn't spare Northern or Southern racism; Newman once said he still gets nervous playing it in some cities. Various Artists, ‘The Indestructible Beat of Soweto’.

Zulu jive recorded in the period 1981-84. p) 1987 Shanachie Records Corp. on back cover, (p) 1989 Shanachie Records Corp on disc label. Printed in Canada logo on insert. Address to request free African catalog is New Jersey, USA. Track durations from Windows Media Player.

1985 compilation album by various artists. The Indestructible Beat of Soweto. Compilation album by. various artists. Mbaqanga, maskanda, mqashiyo, isicathamiya Critical reception.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mubi Umakhelwane Abafana Baseqhudeni 2:21
2 Six Mabone Lulu Masilela Lulu Masilela 2:28
3 Okwami Okwezandla 2:44
4 Bophumthwalo Simon 'Mahalthini' Nkabinde Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens 2:48
5 Platform 14 Thomas Phale / David Thekwane Thomas Phale 4:56
6 Mantombazane David Masondo The Soul Brothers 3:37
7 Sadlula Thina Joseph Mthimkhulu Abafana Baseqhudeni 2:40
8 Marabi Bell 800 Rupert Bopape / West Nkosi West Nkosi 2:30
9 Dragon Special Thomas Phale / David Thekwane Thomas Phale 5:05
10 Izingubo Ezimhlophe Rupert Bopape / Marks Mankwane Mahotella Queens 2:56
11 Jive Makgona Rupert Bopape / Marks Mankwane Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens 2:51
12 Bayeza Zacks Mchunu The Soul Brothers 3:22
13 Sindiza Emoyeni Rupert Bopape / Marks Mankwane Mahotella Queens 2:33
14 Chillis 500 West Nkosi West Nkosi 2:57
15 Vusumuzi Nobesuthu Shawe Mahotella Queens 2:55
16 Big Daddy Thomas Phale / David Thekwane Thomas Phale 4:55

Credits

Abafana Baseqhudeni - Performer, Primary Artist
Dave Barton - Concept, Cover Design, Photo Remix, Photography
Rupert Bopape - Composer
Trevor Herman - Concept, Cover Design, Liner Notes, Photography, Producer
Joe Legwabe - Photography, Translation
Mahlathini - Performer
Mahlathini & the Mahotella Queens - Performer, Primary Artist
Mahotella Queens - Performer, Primary Artist
Marks Mankwane - Composer, Producer
Lulu Masilela - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
David Masondo - Composer
A. Mavuthela - Producer
Zacks Mchunu - Composer
Joseph Mthimkhulu - Composer
Simon 'Mahalthini' Nkabinde - Composer
West Nkosi - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Hamilton Nzimande - Producer
Thomas Phale - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Nobesuthu Shawe - Composer
The Soul Brothers - Performer, Primary Artist
Ray Staff - Mastering
David Thekwane - Composer, Producer
Marks Thekwane - Producer
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