Mango Groove - Mango Groove FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music / Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: Mango Groove
Country: South Africa
FLAC version ZIP size: 1273 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1800 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1332 mb
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Mango Groove is the self-titled debut album of Mango Groove, a South African pop fusion band whose sound is influenced by township music. Seven of the eleven songs on the album were released as singles. The album sold extremely well, breaking national sales records and maintaining a high rank in the radio charts for a year. The band dedicated the album to Mickey Vilakazi, a bandmate who died in June 1988.
Another Country is the third album by South African Afropop fusion band Mango Groove. It was released in 1993, near the end of the negotiations to end apartheid in South Africa. The album was released in South Africa on cassette and CD by One World Entertainment, an imprint of Tusk Music. Mango Groove recorded music videos for three songs from the album: "Another Country", "Nice to See You", and "Tropical Rain".
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Mango Groove is an 11 piece Afropop group formed in Johannesburg, South Africa and fronted by lead singer Claire Johnston. While in her last year at school, Claire Johnston joined Mango Groove (founded in 1984 by John Leyden, who teamed up with Andy Craggs and ‘Big Voice Jack’ Lerole’). She quickly established herself as the face and voice of Mango Groove. For the next two decades, they had an enormous impact on the South African music scene.
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|A2||Dance Some More||3:18|
|A4||Under A Lover's Moon||3:33|
|B1||Too Many Tears||3:48|
- Recorded At – Audio Lab, South Africa
- Mixed At – Audio Lab, South Africa
- Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
- Licensed From – Stave Record Productions
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation – SR
- Accordion – Nico Carstens (tracks: B4)
- Backing Vocals – The Siyagida Gumboot Dancers (tracks: A5), The Soweto Harmonies (tracks: B6)
- Bass [Additional] – Bakiti Khumalo* (tracks: B6)
- Bass Guitar, Vocals – John Leyden
- Drums, Percussion – Gavin Stevens
- Drums, Percussion [Additional] – Ian Herman
- Executive-Producer – Robert Schroder
- Flute [Pennywhistle], Alto Saxophone – Mduduzi Magwaza
- Guitar – George Lewis
- Guitar [Additional] – Alistair Coakley, Jethro Butow
- Keyboards, Piano – Alan Lazar
- Lead Vocals – Claire Johnston
- Percussion – Isaac Mtshali (tracks: B6)
- Photography By – Fiona Mac Pherson*, Mduduzi Magwaza
- Producer – Alan Lazar, Chris Birkett, John Leyden
- Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – Sipho Bhengu
- Trombone – John Davies
- Trumpet – Banza Kgasoane
- Vocals – Beulah Hashe, "Big Voice" Jack Lerole* (tracks: A2), Marilyn Nokwe, Phumzile Ntuli
- Vocals [Additional] – Faith Kanana (tracks: B5)
NotesChromium Oxide cassette
Fold-out J-card with individual track publishing credits.
US Reissue with different cover art from South African version.
J-card spine: "Lent for Promotional Use Only"
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 7567-91374-4 9
|TUSC3||Mango Groove||Mango Groove (LP, Album)||Tusk Music||TUSC3||South Africa||1989|
|JO TOT 760 227, JD 760 227||Mango Groove||Mango Groove (CD, Album, RE)||Totem Records , Totem Records||JO TOT 760 227, JD 760 227||France||1990|
|ZTUC 3||Mango Groove||Mango Groove (Cass)||Tusk Music||ZTUC 3||South Africa||1989|
|913742||Mango Groove||Mango Groove (CD, Album, RE)||ATCO Records||913742||US||1990|
|CSCS-5187||Mango Groove||Mango Groove (CD, Album, Promo)||CBS/Sony||CSCS-5187||Japan||1990|