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Artist: Various Artists Title:Soul Safari presents Township Jive & Kwela Jazz (1940-1960) a collection of rare gems from the ILAM Archives, Grahamstown.
Soul Safari presents volume Two of the Township Jive & Kwela Jazz compilation, featuring 18 rare gems from South Africa,. Vinyl - Grab your copy!
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African Jazz 'N' Jive: An Authentic Selection of South African Township Swing Classics from the 50s & 60s. 2000. Shuffling drum beats, serene horn lines, and sweet vocal melodies all come together in the vintage sounds of township jive and South African jazz. Featured on the superb African Jazz n' Jive compilation, these styles originally evolved out of a complex web of local and global influences. From traditional Kwela flute music and improvisatory Marabi, to bass-heavy Mbaqanga and very influential American jazz recordings, both township jive and South African jazz were born.
Various Artists "AFRICAN JAZZ 'N' JIVE" (Gallo, 2000) An excellent collection with two dozen prime tracks from the jive scene of the '50s and '60s.
1. Dinokza - Elite Swingsters. Listen to Township Swing Jazz!, Vol. 2 in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 1991 Gallo Record Company.
Young Japanese musicians were as entranced by US jazz during the 1980s as were festival audiences, andJ Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1984 perfectly captures their febrile embrace of the music.
The Watts Prophets - Rappin' Black In A White World (LP, Album, RE) Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Blue (12").
Consider jazz in the 1970s, and the years surrounding the decade. Ideas about harmonic openness, electric instruments, funk, samba, and the entire career of John Coltrane had now thoroughly infused the mainstream. That, and the ongoing concerns of black people in the United States, helped to foster a subset of sounds now loosely lumped under the umbrella of cosmic or ecstatic or, occasionally, spiritual jazz. This music was often energetic and aspirational, giving the impression of great possibility within lax, permeable limits. A new compilation called J-Jazz: Deep Modern Jazz From Japan 1969-1984 portrays that extended decade in a country where, in the wake of post-World War II American occupation, the jazz community grew enormously. In particular, J-Jazz highlights independent releases never before issued outside Japan, mostly by artists who haven’t seen much international attention.
|A1||–Spokes Mashiyane||Kalla’s Special
Written-By – Spokes*
|A2||–Lo Six||Habotle Rebobakate
Written-By – Tommy Ramkgopa
|A3||–The Royal Players||Ematyeni
Written-By – Themba Shozi
|A4||–The Harmony Crotchets||Icingo
Written By – T. Nkomondi
|A5||–Martha Mdenge And The Black Four||Ekuseni
Written By – S. SelopeWritten-By – M. Mdenge*
|A6||–Timothy Umlaba Mkize||Madlamini
Written-By – T. Mkize*
|B1||–Simon "Blues" Ntaba And The Harmony Crotchets||I’ll Never Say Never Again
Written-By – H. Woods*
|B2||–Pietersburg Star Boys||In The Mood
Written-By – Joe Garland
|B3||–African Mills Brothers||Nansi Van Enkulu
Written-By – Bonwell Mandini
Written-By – Eric Nomvete
|B5||–King Cole Boogies||Mpefumlo Wami
Written-By – Amos Ndebe
|B6||–Dolly Rathebe With The African Inkspots||Nozizwe
Written-By – Sam Molle*
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