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Dinizulu And His Africans - The Fiery Drums Of Africa: Songs And Dances FLAC album


Performer: Dinizulu And His Africans
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Fiery Drums Of Africa: Songs And Dances
Country: US
Style: Folk, African
FLAC version ZIP size: 1602 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1785 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1298 mb
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Drums – Gus Dinizulu, Imran Hussain, Richard Landrum. Vocals – Adwoa Ohemmaa, Ajile Greaves, Ayo Deele Beener, Eddy Waldron, Esi Ayisi Roper, Joseph Deas, Mickey Newby, Oserjeman Adefunmi. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.124, ELP 124. Dinizulu And His Africans. The Fiery Drums Of Africa: Songs And Dances ‎(LP, Album). Eurotone International Lt. Sparton.

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1979 DanceAfrica ‘79 Dinizulu African Dancers, Drummers & Singers Chuck Davis Dance Company Charles Moore and Dances & Drums of Africa International Afrikan American Ballet Little Black Heritage Dancers. 1978 A Celebration of Life Chuck Davis Dance Company Dinizulu African Dancers, Drummers & Singers Arthur Hall Afro-American Dance Ensemble Charles Moore and Dances & Drums of Africa International Afrikan American Ballet. 1977 Chuck Davis Dance Company Lepercq Space. DanceAfrica, DC is a jubilant annual celebration of the cultural vitality of Africa and its diaspora in DC. Inspired by the Brooklyn Academy of Music's festival and under the guidance of Dr. Baba Chuck Davis, Dance Place spearheaded its own unique format and traditions for this vital and vibrant celebration in 1987.

The Fiery Drums of Africa by and His Africans. The writings detail clearly an interview with Dinizulu whilst sat with him in Jail. Atkinson describes him as :" like his his father, Cetewayo, a big man who had a reputation of being able to eat an Ox,& stood 6 feet and weighed 18 stones",and goes on to describe the reverance with which his people held him as almost a God. By association, and by Patination, these staffs display great handling and usage, moreso than occassional dancing.

His sophomore album titled Ayo featured one of his biggest singles, Ojuelegba. This song set him apart as one of Africa’s most prominent musicians. Ojuelegba is a song that gets the crowd dancing and no party is complete without it. It has gathered the attention of rappers Drake and Skepta, who feature on the remix. The video for the song has received over 5 million views on YouTube. WizKid won many awards for this song

Music in Africa is very important when it comes to religion. Songs and music are used in rituals and religious ceremonies, to pass down stories from generation to generation, as well as to sing and dance to. Traditional music in most of the continent is passed down orally (or aurally) and is not written. In sub-Saharan African music traditions, it frequently relies on percussion instruments of every variety, including xylophones, djembes, drums, and tone-producing instruments such as the mbira or "thumb piano. Like the music of Asia, India and the Middle East, it is a highly rhythmic music.

With simple moves and a hook that is memorable, artists are now making hit songs that are proving to outlive their music careers. Some artists such as Tanzania’s Diamond and Uganda’s Eddy Kenzo have embraced dance as an important aspect in their music, with song after song introducing a new routine. Such are the kind of songs that even those with two left feet would get excited about in public and join the others on the dance floor doing the routine. Here is my top ten list of the best dance songs that we have had in Africa this far: 10. Azonto- Fuse ODG Ft. Tiffany & Donae’o

Talking drums, signal drums, songs, and the sagas of the historian griots each communicate different types of important information. A great deal of African traditional music as it occurred in African life and culture throughout the years, was performed by full-time musicians.

Tracklist

A1 Dinizulu
A2 Nago
A3 Peta Peta (Play Song)
A4 Yemaja
A5 Ago Fururu
A6 Nike-Nike And Yabae
B1 Ye Ye O
B2 Senyo-Yaro
B3 Asheko Song
B4 Ilongo
B5 Yama
B6 Saturday Night

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Sparton Of Canada Ltd.

Credits

  • Drums – Gus Dinizulu, Imran Hussain, Richard Landrum
  • Vocals – Adwoa Ohemmaa, Ajile Greaves, Ayo Deele Beener, Eddy Waldron, Esi Ayisi Roper, Joseph Deas, Mickey Newby, Oserjeman Adefunmi

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST-124 Dinizulu And His Africans The Fiery Drums Of Africa: Songs And Dances ‎(LP, Album) Eurotone International Ltd. ST-124 US Unknown