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Ethiopia Super Krar

CD (Item 624598) World Music Network/Riverboat, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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Contemporary Ethiopian sounds – and some mighty nice ones at that – like finding a lost volume of the Ethiopiques series, with some of the best 70s styles that scene had to offer! There's nothing phony about these guys – as they get their instrumentation and vocals right on the money – and are produced in a stripped-down style that really preserves all the intensity of their performance – a quality that's really up-close and compelling. Titles include "Guragigna", "Oromigna", "Konso", "Wello", "Ende Eyerusalem", and "Ambassel".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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