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Various - Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music Album

Various - Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music Album
Title:
Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music
Performer:
Various
Style:
African
Released:
1972
Country:
Kenya
MP3 album size:
2226 mb
FLAC album size:
1372 mb
Genre:
Label:
Sapra Studio

Tracklist


1LuoLuo Troubadour
2Kikuyu Song (After Harvesting)
3AkambaAkamba (South-Eastern Kenya)
4TirikiCattle Song (Western Kenya)
5KuriaKuria Elder (Northern Tanzania)
6MasaiMasai Youths (Cattle Song)
7AbaluyiaSong (Hummed)
8Unknown ArtistConch-Shell Horn (Coast Kenya)


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneUnknown Artist Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music ‎(7")Sapra StudiononeKenyaUnknown
noneVarious Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music ‎(7")Sapra StudiononeKenyaUnknown
noneVarious Heartbeat Of Africa - Series 2: African Folk Music ‎(7", EP)Sapra StudiononeKenyaUnknown


Notes


Front Sleeve: "Descriptive Brochure in French, German and Italian INSIDE"
Published by Sapra Studio, Nairobi, Kenya.

Track A1; Akamba, of Kenya, sing the "ng`etha" and stomp out the strong rhythm of a traditional dance.
Track A2; Abaluyia Group, with one-stringed fiddle, and a song hummed at night.
Track A3; Kikuyu people, a song in praise of their leaders, sung by the woman after harvesting.
Track A4; Conch-shell horn played in this strange style can be heard at the Kenya coast.
Track B1; Luo Troubadour, sings to his "Nyatiti" harp accompaniment.
Track B2; Masai youths, sing as they tend their cattle.
Track B3; Kuria elder, tells the district news over his single-stringed instrument.
Track B4; Tiriki musicians from western Kenya, sing wryly of their cattle in a sophisticated African rhythm.
(The Tiriki are one of sixteen tribes of the Luhya people.)


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): SS/CH-17-1/E 11.9.72
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): SS/CH-18-2/E 11.9.72


Companies


  • Published By – Sapra Studio
  • Printed By – Kenya Litho Ltd.


Album


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