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Various - Africa - South Of The Sahara FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Africa - South Of The Sahara
Released: 1958
Style: African
FLAC version ZIP size: 1234 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1634 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1595 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 128
Other Formats: FLAC ASF MMF APE TTA VOX VOC

Selected internet resources on Africa South of the Sahara. Contact: Karen Fung - kfung at stanford dot edu. Browse by country.

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The Rough Guide to the Music of South Africa is a world music compilation album originally released in 1998. Part of the World Music Network Rough Guides series, the album spotlights the music of South Africa. Liner notes were written by Tom Andrews and Rob Allingham, a discographer and music historian specializing in South Africa. Phil Stanton, co-founder of the World Music Network, was the producer

Because I largely looked at this as a diverse introduction to talented writers from Sub-Saharan Africa, I didn't need each story or excerpt to stand on its own and delight, just merely impress enough of some skill in the author, and more so themes tackled that seemed interesting to me. The voices and points of view are varied, as are the settings and tones.

States are unable, or do not want, to put an end to these practices, because its employees, at various levels in the hierarchy, are smugglers' accomplices. The very active underground trade between Niger and northern Nigeria in Hausa land is studied so as to bring to light the networks underlying this trade.

In 1980s black South Africa a local form of pop music evolved as the disco boom died down and slowly mutated. The album takes its name from the band Ashiko’s track of the same name Gumba Fire that features on the compilation. The term is derived from gumba gumba, the term given to the booming speakers of the old spacegram radios that broadcast music into South Africa’s townships and villages. The phrase later evolved into Gumba Fire to refer to a hot party. The real, real sounds of South Africa" MOJO. Parfaitement sélectionnées à la main, et avec amour!" Radio Nova, France.

Are you sure you want to remove Africa south of the Sahara from your list? Africa south of the Sahara. 2nd ed. by A. T. Grove.

Start by marking Africa South of the Sahara 2004 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Europa Publications. General Survey; New and revised analytical articles covering the issues affecting the area as a whole including: Reforming Africa: Continuities and Changes; Economic Trends in Africa South of the Sahara; The Privatization of Security in Sub-Saharan Africa and European Colonial Rule in Africa

2 o Essential Questions: How has physical geography affected where people have settled in Africa South of the Sahara? o Learning Target: IWBAT explain how West Africa’s culture is unique. 7 Niger Fun Facts – The Nigerian flag is perfectly square in shape and the colors of orange, white and green stand for the Sahara desert, purity and innocence, and green vegetation and fruitful agricultural areas of the country respectively.

Sahara: Sahara, largest desert in the world, filling nearly all of northern Africa. The southern reaches of the Sahara end in the Sahel, a semiarid buffer zone that separates the desert from the more temperate savanna biomes beyond. A number of other factors affect climatic variability within the Sahara as well: topography does so, as do ocean currents, the latter of which are responsible for the slightly cooler and more humid conditions found on the desert’s western margins. Some scientists estimate that the Sahara became arid about two to three million years ago, while others contend that it happened before this. Various hypotheses have been advanced to explain the phenomenon, such as those based upon the piezoelectric property of crystalline quartz, but the mystery remains unsolved. Sand dunes in the Sahara, Morocco.

Tracklist

A1 Zulu Zulu Song
A2 Swazi Swazi Song
A3 Chopi Chopi Timbila Orchestra
A4 Unknown Artist Amakwavi Song
A5 Bushmen Bushmen Song
A6 Bushmen Bushmen Song
A7 Tswana Bechuana Song
A8 BechuanaBechuana* Bechuana Song
A9 Bechuana* Bechuana Song
A10 Unknown Artist Luchosi Song
A11 Unknown Artist Gangele Song
A12 Tutsi Tutsi Song
B1 Tutsi Tutsi Drums
B2 Twa Twa Chorus
B3 Unknown Artist Hororo Flute
B4 Unknown Artist Shi Kasayi (Sansa)
B5 Kivu Bambuti* Kivu Bambuti Chorus
B6 Bambuti* Bambuti (Pygmy) Song
B7 Bambuti* Bambuti (Pygmy) Song
B8 Bambuti* Bambuti (Pygmy) Song
B9 Pindi* Pende Xylophone
C1 Pindi* Pindi Sansa
C2 Unknown Artist Sudanese Harp
C3 Unknown Artist Sudanese Song
C4 Mahafaly Mahafaly Song
C5 Unknown Artist Ibani Sansa & Horus
C6 Yoruba Yoruba Chorus & Mixed Instruments
C7 Bulu Bulu Chorus
C8 Bambara Bambara Minstrels
C9 Ewe Ewe Chorus
D1 Acoli* Acoli Voice & Lute
D2 Bakwiri* Bakwiri Song
D3 Unknown Artist Mboko Zither-Harp
D4 Makwa* Makwa Female Chorus
D5 Unknown Artist Boungomo Chorus
D6 Babinga* Babinga (Pygmy) Voices
D7 Wolof Wolof Drums
D8 Wolof Wolof Halam

Credits

  • Compiled By – Harold Courlander
  • Design – Ronald Clyne
  • Recorded By – Alan P. Merriam (tracks: B3-B5), Andre Didier* (tracks: D3-D6), Colin Turnbull* (tracks: B6-B8), David W. Ames* (tracks: D7-D8), Edwin Cozzens (tracks: C7), Gates Davison (tracks: C4), Harold Courlander (tracks: C2-C3), Howard Coyle (tracks: A2), Laura Boulton (tracks: A1, A5-A11, C8, D2), Leo Verwilghen (tracks: A12, B1-B2, B9, C1), Myron Sobel (tracks: A3-A4), Odeon (tracks: C5-C6), William H. Willis, Jr. (tracks: C4)

Notes

Comes in a box with a 12 page printed booklet.