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✨✧ VariousPantsula – The Rise Of Electronic Dance Music In South Africa 1988 to 1990 ... CD
Rush Hour (Netherlands), Late 80s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Electro soul from a key moment in the South African scene – that point in the late 80s when it really seemed like there was some light at the end of the tunnel, and the nation's music seemed to hit a new vibe to match! The grooves here are unabashedly catchy, and seem to revel in the kind of instrumentation that was bit in American indie soul a few years before – lots of beats, basslines, and keyboards – often in support of vocals that flow nicely along with the groove, augmenting the sound with the kind of approach that must have been especially strong on the dancefloor! Most tracks here are from the Music Team label, who had a great ear for this stile at the moment – and titles include "Watsotsama" by Scotch Band, "Sisonke" by Kakappa, "Ma Hero (dub)" by Spirro, "What Next (dub)" by Jivaro, "Ushelakanjani" by Jazino, "New Lover" by The Equals, "Ayoba-Yo" by The Hard Workers, "Sorry Bra" by Ayobayo Band, "Sobohla Manyosi" by Rush, and "Go Siami" by La Viva. (Global Grooves, Funky Compilations) CD

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CD, LP, Vinyl record album cover art
✨✧ VariousPantsula – The Rise Of Electronic Dance Music In South Africa 1988 to 1990 ... LP
Rush Hour (Netherlands), Late 80s. New Copy 2LP ... Out Of Stock
Electro soul from a key moment in the South African scene – that point in the late 80s when it really seemed like there was some light at the end of the tunnel, and the nation's music seemed to hit a new vibe to match! The grooves here are unabashedly catchy, and seem to revel in the kind of instrumentation that was bit in American indie soul a few years before – lots of beats, basslines, and keyboards – often in support of vocals that flow nicely along with the groove, augmenting the sound with the kind of approach that must have been especially strong on the dancefloor! Most tracks here are from the Music Team label, who had a great ear for this stile at the moment – and titles include "Watsotsama" by Scotch Band, "Sisonke" by Kakappa, "Ma Hero (dub)" by Spirro, "What Next (dub)" by Jivaro, "Ushelakanjani" by Jazino, "New Lover" by The Equals, "Ayoba-Yo" by The Hard Workers, "Sorry Bra" by Ayobayo Band, "Sobohla Manyosi" by Rush, and "Go Siami" by La Viva. (Global Grooves, Funky Compilations) LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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