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Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Best Of Ladysmith Black Mambazo

    Whether they were singing hymns or secular songs, Ladysmith Black Mombazo always raised their voices in glorious harmony. They are the unmatched masters of South African a cappella and this release documents their vocal prowess. This album is comprised of their very best performances from over a long and prestigious and celebrated career. It covers from when they burst onto the scene when they participated with Paul Simon on his hugely successful "Graceland" album and launched their years of worldwide touring to appearances on venues like Saturday Night Live, and providing music for movies with major stars like Michael Jackson and Dolly Parton. Their unparalleled artistry won them great fame and five Grammy awards. They also always found time to lend their voices in Support of South Africa's Struggles away from apartheid rule.


    A1. Izithembiso Zenkosi
    A2. Kubi Ukungalaleli
    A3. Uphi Umhlobo
    A4. Yimani
    A5. Silgugu Isiphambano
    A6. Limnandi Izulu
    B1. Ayanqikaza Amagwala
    B2. That's Why I Choose You
    B3. Isimanga Salomhlaba
    B4. Ungikhumbule
    B5. Amafutha Esibane
    B6. Udla Nge'nduku Zabanye

    Rita Marley

    Harambe - 2024 Reissue

      Rita Marley, as wife of Bob Marley, key member of his I-Three backing vocal group, and long-time recording artist in her own right, was dubbed "The Queen of Reggae" in the wake of Bob Marley's passing in 1981.

      She scored a massive crossover hit with the single "One Draw," which projected her into the international limelight. Harambe is Rita Marley's second solo album, released after the massive success of her first album and the hit single "One Draw," as well as her first international solo tours. Highlights of Harambe include the infectious Afro-Caribbean title track, the gorgeous "The Beauty of God's Plan," which was the flip side of the Jamaican release of "One Draw," Bob Marley's "Fussin' and Fightin" and originals by Rita such as "King Street."


      1. The Beauty Of God's Plan
      2. Fussin' And Fighting
      3. Harambe
      4. King Street
      5. There'll Always Be Music
      6. My Kind Of War
      7. Who Is Your Neighbour
      8. Love Iyah
      9. Retribution
      10. Who Can Be Against Us

      Alpha Blondy

      Apartheid Is Nazism

        Born and raised in the Ivory Coast, Alpha Blondy was influenced by the sound of Bob Marley. "Apartheid Is Nazism", Alpha Blondy's third album offers hard hitting global issues reggae style. He and his Solar System take the essence of Marley and The Wailers sound and injects it with supple African accents. Blondy sings in English, French, Dioula and Pidgin in order to reflect his trans-cultural identity.


        All Things Considered

          Voted the folk band of the year in the BBC folk awards, Danu are one of the best Irish traditional bands to emerge internationally in the last few years. A seven piece outfit, their stunning instrumental work is complimented by the high, clear voice of Ciaran O Gealbhain.

          David Wilkie And Cowboy Celtic

          The Drover Road

            With "The Drover Road" their third Cowboy Celtic recording, David Wilkie and his band take another journey into the territory shared by Celtic and western music. The results will delight fans of Celtic, folk and cowboy music alike. David Wilkie has been called Canada's premier mandolin virtuoso and an elder statesman of Alberta's traditional music scene.

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